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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

1150 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert M. White and Earnest A. Rodney at the National Weather Records Center.
1964
1151 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert H. Simpson, Gerald L. Barger, Dr. Robert M. White, and Dr. Helmut Landsberg prepare to enter the clean photo processing room of the National Weather Records Center.
1964
1152 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert H. White and Ashby Craft, MIC of WBAS Nome, Alaska, on the runway at Nome.
1965
1153 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White visiting a Central Radio Propagation Laboratory facility at Elmendorf AFB in Alaska, shortly after the formation of ESSA, a marriage of the Weather Service and Coast and Geodetic Survey. With him are Commander Eugene Richards, Captain Gerald Short, and Captain Harley Nygren of the C&GS and Dr. Robert Knecht in the left center.
1965
1154 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White, Administrator of ESSA, shaking hand of Dawaine Shoemaker, WB technician in charge at Kotzebue during Alaska inspection trip.
1155 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White, Administrator of ESSA, during between stop flights during Alaska inspection trip. Left to right: Captain Harley Nygren, ESSA Corps; Mac Emerson, chief of Alaska Region Weather Bureau; and Dr. White standing.
1156 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White in cockpit of aircraft during Alaska inspection trip.
1157 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White with Mac Emerson, Alaska Region WB Director, on umiak off Nome, Alaska.
1158 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White in decorative Eskimo coat with representatives of ESSA and FAA at Nome, Alaska.
1159 thumbnail picture
Dr. Roger Revelle with Dr. Robert White and his wife Mavis on the occasion of White's retirement from NOAA.
1160 thumbnail picture
Dr. Robert White with wife Mavis and Dr. Francis Reichelderfer to his left on occasion of White's retirement.
1161 thumbnail picture
The great ecologist Robert Treat Paine taking field notes on Tatoosh Island.
1162 thumbnail picture
The great ecologist Robert Treat Paine taking field notes on Tatoosh Island.
1163 thumbnail picture
Rear Admiral Jonathan Bailey, NOAA Corps, speaking on the occasion of the decommissioning of the NOAA Ship JOHN N. COBB.
1164 thumbnail picture
Fredrik Adam Smitt - led Swedish Josephine Expedition, the first scientific expedition to discover a seamount as the direct result of scientific exploration . This seamount was surveyed under the direction of Smitt on 2 July, 1869.
1165 thumbnail picture
Dr. Harvey Hayes, Navy scientist who invented the Hayes sonic depth finder, the first practical acoustic depth measuring device. Dr. Hayes was associated with the United States Navy Naval Engineering Department.
1166 thumbnail picture
Lieutenant Commander Bruce William, commanding officer of the USC&GS PATTON, checking fathometer as compared to leadline.
Alaska, Southeast 1967
1167 thumbnail picture
Surveying technician on the USC&GS Ship PATTON with sounding book.
Alaska, Southeast 1967
1168 thumbnail picture
Survey boat coxswain on USC&GS Ship PATTON on a cold Alaska morning.
1967
1169 thumbnail picture
Survey boat coxswain on USC&GS Ship PATTON on a cold Alaska morning.
1967
1170 thumbnail picture
Boatswain preparing to operate winch for bottom sampling operations on USC&GS Ship PATTON.
1967
1171 thumbnail picture
Engineer on USC&GS Ship PATTON.
1967
1172 thumbnail picture
Electronics technician Dan Twohig posing by Alaska snowman.
1967
1173 thumbnail picture
Earl Hosking, Pacific Marine Center Instrument Repair Man, at work in the machine shop.
1967
1174 thumbnail picture
A Coast and Geodetic Survey Chief Electronics Technician with three gold hash marks denoting over 12 years of service and no disciplinary actions. After 12 years service gold hash marks were worn instead of red.
1967
1175 thumbnail picture
A Coast and Geodetic Survey Chief Electronics Technician with three gold hash marks denoting over 12 years of service and no disciplinary actions. After 12 years service gold hash marks were worn instead of red.
1967
1176 thumbnail picture
Two Chief Electronics Technicians, Dan Twohig on right with red hash mark denoting four years service.
1967
1177 thumbnail picture
Dan Twohig, Chief Electronics Technician of the USC&GS Ship PATTON, in dress blue uniform.
1967
1178 thumbnail picture
Ed Jones of Pacific Marine Center Electronics Branch.
1967
1179 thumbnail picture
Ed Jones, center, of Pacific Marine Center Electronics Branch, and other electronics engineers posing with the brand new "Iron Ensign", an electronic plotting device that would plot "smooth sheets" of hydrographic surveys. This was one of the first devices of this nature used by the hydrographic community.
1967
1180 thumbnail picture
Commander Wesley V. Hull, holding BOMEX Tenacity Trophy. The trophy shows a model of the deep anchoring and mooring system developed for BOMEX, the first great ocean-atmosphere experiment. Commander Hull went on to become RADM (UH) and the head of the descendant organizations of the Coast and Geodetic Survey.
1969
1181 thumbnail picture
Dr. Kenneth Sherman, father of the concept of Large Marine Ecosystems.
2010 circa
1182 thumbnail picture
Graduating class of the USCG Oceanography School. Coast and Geodetic Survey Technician Elmer Larsen is third from left. He scored the highest overall grade attained in that class since its inception in 1964.
1968
1183 thumbnail picture
ESSA newsletter announcing C&GS Survey Technician Elmer Larsen had highest score in Coast Guard Oceanography course since inception of the course.
1968
1184 thumbnail picture
Commander Ray Schoppe, USC&GS, probably at San Juan Observatory.
1185 thumbnail picture
An unidentified chief, probably on the USC&GS RANGER. A salty old dog.
1186 thumbnail picture
Unknown officer.
1187 thumbnail picture
Lt.(j.g.) Frank Johnson.
1188 thumbnail picture
L-R - unknown, unknown, Lt.(j.g.) Frank Johnson.
1189 thumbnail picture
Lt. (j.g.) H. Arnold Karo, destined to be a Coast and Geodetic Survey Vice Admiral.
1190 thumbnail picture
Willie Weidlich, the last licensed mate on USC&GS ships.
1191 thumbnail picture
Unknown officer.
1192 thumbnail picture
Chief Engineer taking it easy on a USC&GS ship.
1193 thumbnail picture
Wardroom of USC&GS Ship DISCOVERER.
1925 circa
1194 thumbnail picture
Wardroom of USC&GS Ship DISCOVERER.
1925 circa
1195 thumbnail picture
From L to R: Arnold Karo, Frank Johnson, unknown, unknown, Ray Schoppe.
1196 thumbnail picture
From L to R: Unknown, Arnold Karo, Ray Schoppe, unknown, unknown Chief Engineer.
1197 thumbnail picture
Lieutenant Ray Schoppe on the USC&GS Ship RANGER.
1920
1198 thumbnail picture
Chief Engineer Locke, Mr. Howes? and Lieutenant Ray Schoppe in the wardroom of the RANGER.
1199 thumbnail picture
Chief Engineer Locke and Lieutenant Ray Schoppe in the wardroom of the RANGER.

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