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Canadian Oceanographic Historical Photos (including Ships) Photos historiques de l'océanographie Canadienne (compris les navires)

Canadian Oceanographic Historical Photos (including Ships)

Photos historiques de l'océanographie Canadienne (compris les navires)


1935:

Pacific Biological Station, Nanaimo

 

 

 

 

 

 

1949:

CNAV Ehkoli

  1950s:

Pacific Oceanographic Group

 

  1950s:

M.V. Calanus in Ice

1953:

USNS Burton Island

 

1955:

HMCS Labrador

 


 


1960 - 1985:

Mesocosm History

CCGS Vancouver (Ocean Weather Station "Papa")

 

1962:

Sackville Cruise

View of Bedford Institute of Oceanography at Official Opening

 

1964:

Baffin Cruise

Fisheries Research Board Staff

 

1966:

Pacific Oceanographic Group

M.V. Salvelinus

 

1968:

M.V. Salvelinus

Slideshow of 
M.V . Salvelinus

 

1969:

Endeavour Cruise - 1969

 

1970:

The Institute of Oceanography, UBC - 1970

 

CGSS Hudson (video)


     

1974:

Institute of Oceanography, UBC

IOC Exec Meeting

 

1975:

Return of the Quadra from G.A.T.E.

1976:

Taking Soundings in Alberni Inlet

         

1982:

Military Oceanography Course, Royal Roads

 

1984:

Tully Medal

Dedication of CSS JP Tully

Aboard Parizeau

Intergovernmental Meeting, Paris

1985:

Reg Gilbert's Retirement

 
 

1987:

BIO 25th Anniversary - 1987 

     
     

1994:

Louis St Laurent at North Pole

 
 

1996:

DFO Science Sector & Maurice Lamontagne Institute, Quebec

 
 
       

2002:

Le baptême de Coriolis II
Launch of Coriolis II
Rimouski QC


 

2004:

Mike Eaton Receives Order of Canada

2005:

Veteran Oceanographers

 

2006:

Centenary Celebrations; Arctic Expedition

Parsons Medal Award Luncheon

Two Recipients of the TR Parsons Medal

 
 

2008:

Savi Narayanan Becomes CMOS Fellow

Presentation of CMOS President's Prize at Rimouski

Celebration of Chris Garrett's Birthday

 

2009:

Team Lagrange

GOAPP Workshop, Halifax

Group Photos - CMOS Congress 2009 - Halifax, NS

M.V. Calanus in Iqaluit

 
   

2012:

BREA Workshop, St. John's

           
  
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