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GGE Photo Album - 2000

The UNB GGE GPS team on the occasion of the visit of Annie Biron and Boussaad Akrour, students from Université Laval, to UNB.

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By popular demand (actually, it was just a suggestion by Dr. Nichols; but she's pretty popular), we present photos of the folks who serve up the GGE web site.

Click on the WWW icon and feast your eyes, 46 KB.


The UNB Geodetic Research Laboratory GPS group on the occasion of the visits of Holger Jannasch (Germany) and Julio Farret (Brazil).

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Retreat 2000 took place on 13 and 14 April at the Holiday Inn near the Mactaquac dam just upstream from Fredericton.

Click on the thumbnail image to get a better look at the attendees, 52 KB.


Between 4 and 10 April 2000, the most recent multibeam course took place at the Travelodge Hotel in Burlington, Ontario, under the auspices of the Canadian Hydrographic Service Central Region.

Click on the thumbnail image to look at a couple of photos taken during the course, 81 KB.


Both graduates and undergraduates participated in the Spring 2000 Student Technical Conference that took place 30 and 31 March 2000.

Click on the thumbnail image to get a better look at some of the participants, 29 KB.


Between 23 and 26 March 2000, a team of reviewers who represented the Canadian Council of Land Surveyors was in our department. The team was here to decide whether the cadastre option of our undergraduate program should be re-accredited. One of the exercises the team conducted was a session with a cross section of our students who were given the option of revealing to the team just what was good, bad, indifferent, or excellent about our department.

Click on the thumbnail image to look at a couple of photos of the team with some of the undergraduate students who participated in the round table discussion, 54 KB.


Brent Curtiss, systems manager in the Geology Department at Ohio State University, came up to talk to several UNB departments about their use of GIS and remote sensing software.

"My main interests are from a support point of view:

"I want to visit UNB and other institutions to get a feel for how our department stacks up as far as its computing resources go and to get fresh ideas for implementing computing technology."

He really enjoyed his visit here and came away with several good ideas.

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A famous Czech aristocrat (Petr Vaníček) brings in the new millennium in style - even though it is still a year away by official reckoning.

A famous marine geophysicist and his wife (Larry and Susan Mayer) were spotted at the same party (note that Larry has on a TIE!!!). (Paparazzo: Dave Coleman, 31 December 1999)

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