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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing Program


Found in 2 Records:

Land use final report & photographs, Douglas County, Kansas

Call Number: RH MS P850
Overview In 1976, the Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission contracted the Kansas Applied Remote Sensing (KARS) Program to complete a survey of Douglas County land use. KARS is a research program of the Kansas Biological Survey at the University of Kansas. The Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission and National Air and Space Administration (NASA) jointly funded the project. The collection consists of proof sheets of the aerial photographs taken over the 468 square miles of Douglas...
Dates: 1976

Records of the University of Kansas Center for Research

 Record Group
Call Number: RG 49

The University of Kansas Center for Research (variously called “CRINC,” “KU Research Center,” and the “KU Center for Research,” or KUCR) is the entity that has traditionally obtained outside funding and support for KU research endeavors. This record group includes records from a variety of mostly unrelated KU research projects, including correspondence, budgetary documents, and research reports.

Dates: 1953 - 2018

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Research -- Kansas -- Lawrence 1