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GGE Photo Album - 1996

Prof. Adam Chrzanowski (left) and Prof. Dr. Stanislaw Oszczak on the occasion of a Timbit party to celebrate Prof. Oszczak's visit to UNB. Prof. Oszczak is the head of the Institute of Geodesy at the Olsztyn Univeristy of Agriculture and Technology, Olsztyn, Poland. (Photo: Richard Langley, 10 October 1996)

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Demonstration of Sokkia GPS receivers by UNB alumnus Ahmed El-Rabbany (with back to camera), of Sokkia Canada. Others (left to right): Shelley Slade, Prof. Dr. Stanislaw Oszczak visiting from Poland, Attila Komjathy, Mark Knott, and Geoff Bastin. (Photo: Richard Langley, 10 October 1996)

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Prof. Alfred Kleusberg (left) with Prof. dr. ir. Peter Teunissen. Prof. Teunissen, chair of the Mathematical Geodesy and Positioning section of the Faculty of Geodetic Engineering, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, is spending part of his sabbatical leave at UNB. (Photo: Richard Langley, 8 October 1996)

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The UNB "geoid masters". Petr Vaníček and his three visiting scientists on the occasion of a welcoming "Timbits® and Coffee" party, 5 September 1996. From left to right: Mathijs Schouten (The Netherlands), Will Featherstone (Australia), Petr Vaníček, and Zdenek Martinec (Czech Republic). (photo: Richard Langley)

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The CSI MBL-1 loop (H-field) antenna used with the CSI MBX-2 DGPS marine radiobeacon receiver during kinematic tests on 22 August 1996. (photo: Richard Langley)

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Richard Langley adjusting the CSI MBL-1 loop (H-field) antenna used with the CSI MBX-2 DGPS marine radiobeacon receiver during kinematic tests on 22 August 1996. (photo: Patrick Lathion)

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Patrick Lathion (Switzerland) conecting the CSI MBL-1 loop (H-field) antenna to the CSI MBX-2 DGPS marine radiobeacon receiver during kinematic tests on 22 August 1996. (photo: Richard Langley)

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Rosa Tatasciore (Canada) and Linda O'Brien (Graduate Studies secretary). 22 August 1996. (photo: Richard Langley)

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Shooting footage (on 3 June 1996) for NB Now: The CBC News "Heaven and Earth" item on William Brydone Jack, first teacher of surveying at UNB (1840-1885) and UNB President (1861-1885); item aired 12 June 1996. Reporter: Neil Stairs, CBC Moncton. Left-to-right: Sunil Bisnath (Canada), Attila Komjathy (Hungary), Paul Collins (England), cameraman Ron Grant. (photo: Richard Langley)

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Stone pillar established in 1874 by William Brydone Jack on the astronomical meridian of his observatory "for the purpose of determining the variation of the Magnetic Needle, and for the testing of Surveyors' Compasses." The pillar sits in front of Aitken House on the UNB Fredericton Campus about 177 metres south of the Brydone Jack Observatory. (Photo: Richard Langley, 3 June 1996)

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Going-away "Timbits® and Coffee" party for Deane Mclay-Milne, 29 May 1996. Left-to-right: Rosa Tatasciore (Canada), Paul Collins (England), Deane Mclay-Milne (New Zealand), Li Xiaopeng (China).

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Going-away "Timbits® and Coffee" party for Deane Mclay-Milne, 29 May 1996. Left-to-right: Prof. Alfred Kleusberg (Chair), Deane Mclay-Milne (New Zealand), Dave Finley (Canada), Jonathan Beaudoin (Canada).

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Going-away "Timbits® and Coffee" party for Deane Mclay-Milne, 29 May 1996. Left-to-right: Rosa Tatasciore (Canada), Deane Mclay-Milne (New Zealand), Theresa Pearce (Secretary - GGE Graduate Studies), Dave Finley (Canada), Jonathan Beaudoin (Canada), Sandy Ross (Canada), Ted Bartlett (South Africa), John Hanley (Scotland), Li Xiaopeng (China), Paul Collins (England), Semme Dijkstra (The Netherlands).

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Left to right: Attila Komjathy (Hungary) and Stefan Schaer (Switzerland) on the occasion of Stefan's visit to Fredericton, 15-18 May 1996. This photo, with the New Brunswick Legislature in the background, was taken on 18 May just before leaving for the airport. (Photo: Richard Langley)

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Stefan Schaer (Switzerland) about to board an Air Atlantic AI(R) Jetstream 41 for his flight to Boston following his visit to Fredericton, 15-18 May 1996. (photo: Richard Langley)

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Students of the May 1996 variant of Survey Camp II pondering their data. (Photo: Paul Collins)

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Another view of students of the May 1996 variant of Survey Camp II pondering their data. Technician Howard Biggar (in the background) is lending a hand. (Photo: Paul Collins)

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Jessica Wilke (Germany) conducting observations during a static GPS survey on the UNB campus, Fredericton. March 1996. Photo by Matthias Stronk.

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Matthias Stronk (Germany) at the Gillin Hall roof-top reference station during a static GPS survey on the UNB campus, Fredericton. March 1996. Photo by Matthias Stronk.

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Paul Collins (England) and Jessica Wilke (Germany) preparing for a static GPS survey on the UNB campus, Fredericton. March 1996. Photo by Matthias Stronk.

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Chinese New Year 1996. Dave Wells in a flower market in Hong Kong during the Chinese New Year. Tara Wells and Dave Wells, Caroline and Michael Lee. Dave had been teaching at the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in Johore Bahru, Malaysia, from mid-January to the end of February 1996 and, with his daughter, Tara, was able to visit Y.C. Lee who is on leave of absence from UNB at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. (Photo: Y.C. Lee, 17 February 1996)

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