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Season | Activity | Responsibility | Remarks

Summer | 6. Cape Hatteras - Test flights and training flights to prove the practicability of some uses and to train observers at the autogiro's base to avoid costly delay at a distant park. | Person responsible for conduct of proposed work. | For example, to check practicability of taking a deer census at distant Acadia and to provide training, the Wildlife Technician could take a census during a test flight at Cape Hatteras. 

-- | 7. Cape Hatteras - Photographing sections of the beaches at periodic intervals to provide records of erosion which will be useful in planning. | Regional Engineer, Regional Geologist | Should be coordinated with work being done by Senior Engineer Preece.

-- | 8. Cape Hatteras - Control of mosquitoes with a larvicide other than fuel oil. | Wildlife Technician. | A method for spreading the larvicide will have to be devised.

-- | 9. Cape Hatteras - Observation flights for investigation of shallow pools used by shore birds to learn whether they are filling up. | Wildlife Technician. | A graphic record may be provided by aerial photographs taken periodically.

Fall | 10. Great Smoky Mountains NP - Flights for planning Soil and Moisture Conservation work. | Regional Engineer, Superintendent. | Assistant Agronomist D. W. Levandowsky and Senior Foreman (Forester) Frank Miller suggested as observers. While vegetation is in dormant stage.

-- | 11. Great Smoky Mountains Np - Observations with references to damage to forest stands by insects and diseases | Superintendent. | Observations would be made chiefly in connection with flights for other purposes.


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