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Main Title Application of remote sensing to the Chesapeake Bay region : a conference jointly sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C., the Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., and the University of Maryland, College Park, Md., and held at Coolfont Conference Center, [Berkeley Springs, W. Va.], April 12-15, 1977 /
Author Chen, Wayne T
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Chen, W. T.
CORP Author United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; United States. Environmental Protection Agency.; University of Maryland
Publisher National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 1978
Report Number NASA CP-6
OCLC Number 03924511
Subjects Chesapeake Bay Region (Md and Va)--Remote sensing--Congresses ; Chesapeake Bay Watershed--Remote sensing--Congresses ; United States--Chesapeake Bay Region
Additional Subjects Remote sensing systems--Congresses ; Chesapeake Bay region--Remote sensing--Congresses
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJAM  G70.4.C6 1977 2 copies v 2 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 10/11/1996
EJBM  G70.4.C6 1977 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 05/11/2007
EJDD  CB 00568 Env Science Center Library/Ft Meade,MD 01/01/1988
ELBM  G70.4.C6 1977 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 12/30/2019
EMBD  NASA CP-6 v.2 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 02/04/1994
Collation 2 volumes : illustrations ; 27 cm
Includes bibliographical references. Sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Contents Notes
v. 1. Executive summary -- v. 2. Proceedings. Preface -- Introduction -- Session 1. Opening Session. Introduction / Dixie A. Pemberton -- The Chesapeake Bay: our regional resource / Hon. Charles McC. Mathias, Jr. -- The Chesapeake Bay Program: an opportunity to use an innovative monitoring technique / Leonard Mangiaracina -- Session 2. Role of Remote Sensing in Land-Use Planning in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Introduction / Robert M. Ragan and Dixie A. Pemberton -- Present status of landsat remote sensing / Phillip J. Cressy -- Activities of the U.S. Geological Survey in applications of remote sensing in the Chesapeake Bay Region / James R. Wray -- Operational programs in forest management and priority in the utilization of remote sensing / Robert W. Douglass -- Landsat and other sensor data for land-use planning in the Baltimore area / James Manley -- Remote sensing, geology, and land use / Kenneth N. Weaver -- Maryland automated geographic information system / Edwin L. Thomas -- The Chesapeake Bay: a challenge to the remote sensing community / C. Eugene James -- Mission of a remote sensing center / Robert M. Ragan, Dixie A. Pemberton, and Thomas D. Wilkerson -- Panel discussion -- Session 3. Resources in the Bay Region. Introduction / G. Daniel Hickman -- On measuring the state of the Bay / Peter E. Wagner -- Use of remote sensing technology provided by the NASA/WFC Chesapeake Bay Ecological Program / Dan M. Harman, Kent B. Fuller, and Dale B. Fuller -- Hydraulic model of the Chesapeake Bay / Alfred E. Robinson, Jr. -- Landsat sensors / Stanley C. Freden and Robert D. Price -- Remote sensing of water quality / Warren H. Hovis -- Acoustic remote probing of the environment / John Pijanowski -- Regional energetic coupling of man and his environment: data requirements / J.A. Mihursky, W.R. Boynton, W.M. Kemp, and M.L. Homer -- Relationship of land use to water quality in the Chesapeake Bay Region / David L. Correll -- Panel discussion -- Session 4. Pollution Problems of the Chesapeake Bay Region. Introduction / Thomas D. Wilkerson and Donald W. Lear, Jr. -- An overview of dredging operations in the Chesapeake Bay / Ronald H. Silver -- Remote in-situ elemental analysis systems for underwater application / Jacob I. Trombka and Kurt R. Stehling -- Thermal discharges and their role in pending power-plant regulatory decisions / Myron H. Miller -- Work on power-planet (air) plumes involving remote sensing of SOb2s / Charles L. White, Jr.. -- Lidar: a laser technique for remote sensing / Thomas D. Wilkerson and G. Daniel Hickman -- Water quality and shellfish sanitation / Max Eisenberg -- Eutrophication in the Chesapeake Bay / Robert E. Ulanowicz -- Inferring nutrient loading of estuarine systems by remote sensing of aquatic vegetation / Richard R. Anderson -- Sessions 5 and 6. Working Groups, Open Sessions, and Summary Reports. Introduction / Murray Felsher and Norman H. MacLeod -- Contribution of remote sensing to understanding the Bay as a system / Archibald B. Park, Chairperson -- Role of remote sensing in documenting living resources / Peter E. Wagner, Chairperson -- Use of remote sensing in facility siting / Milton L. Moon, Chairperson -- Role of remote sensing in documenting land use as it affects the Bay and Bay use as it affects the land / William F. Rhodes, Chairperson -- Role of remote sensing in Bay measurements / John P. Mugler, Jr., Chairperson -- Possible role of remote sensing for increasing public awareness of the Chesapeake Bay environment / Thomas D. Wilkerson, Chairperson, and Patricia Maher, Associate Editor -- Concluding Reflections. Reflections on the remote sensing workshop / Norman H. MacLeod -- Resource Contributions. NCSL Task Force findings on feasible state uses of landsat / Sally M. Bay -- Progress toward a circulation atlas for application to coastal water siting problems / John C. Munday, Jr. and Hayden H. Gordon -- Application of a computerized environmental information system to master and sector planning / John C. Stewart -- Appendix A - A multidirectional communications model / Leonard M. Lansky and Dixie A. Pemberton -- Appendix B - The Chesapeake Bay: intimately valued / Tom Wisner.