Douglas Larson is a limnologist. He worked intermittently at Crater Lake from 1967-85 and laid the foundation for the current lake monitoring program.
- Douglas Larson oral history interview, Crater Lake National Park Oral History Series
- Larson honored for Crater Lake work – August 18, 2002 – Crater Lake News -Douglas Larson of Portland was awarded the Centennial Award for Excellence in Scientific Research at Crater Lake during ceremonies at Crater Lake National Park last Sunday.
- Centennial Award goes to Crater Lake researcher – July 22, 2002 – Crater Lake News – Douglas Larson of Portland has been awarded the Centennial Award for Excellence in Scientific Research at Crater Lake National Park by the Crater Institute board of directors.
|Douglas Larson poses on his first field trip to Crater Lake in July 1967. Photo by D. W. Larson|
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