The CSRC GIS Laboratory Updates its Security                          (January 2003)
CSRC's Corporate Ski Team Says Goodbye to Jeremy!                          (February 2003)
The GIS Laboratory Library Gets Some New Additions                          (March 2003)
The GIS Lab Upgrades its Storage Capacity                          (April 2003)
CSRC Has a Sweet Tooth                          (May 2003)
The GIS Lab Has a Big Appetite                          (June 2003)
ArcGIS Training Scheduled for August                          (July 2003)
CSRC Paddles the Saco again on it's Fifth Annual Canoe Trip                          (August 2003)
CSRC Attends the 18th Annual NEARC Conference                          (September 2003)
The GIS Lab Goes to the Mountains                          (October 2003)
Fifth Annual GIS Day was a Great Success                          (November 2003)
The Morse Maniacs are now accepting Ski Team Sign-ups                          (December 2003)

The GIS Lab Updates its Security

The CSRC GIS and Remote Sensing Laboratory has recently updated the combination to the main door of the lab. If you need please contact the laboratory manager for the combination.

CSRC's Corporate Ski Team Says Goodbye to Jeremy!

With the close of the month of February CSRC's dynamic corporate ski team, the Morse Maniacs have finished off their season with a respectable finish and a sad goodbye to one of its team members. After skiing hard for the team over this past season, Jeremy Fontenault, one of the teams fastest skiers has taken a job offer out of the area and will not be returning to the ranks of the Maniacs in the 2004 season. This year's team consisted of Jenny Boles, Jeremy Fontenault, George Hurtt, Michael Rawlins, Michael Routhier, Bill Salas, Alexander Shiklomanov and Jamie La Vigne. If you would like to join the Morse Maniacs for the 2004 season please contact the team captain Michael Routhier.

The GIS Lab Library Gets Some New Additions

This March the GIS Laboratory Library has once again increased its collection of GIS / Geo-Science related books and references. New addition to the library include the ESRI Salton Sea Atlas, Under Sea with GIS, A System for Survival - GIS and Sustainable development, GIS for Health Organizations, and Mapping Census 2000 books. If you are interested in borrowing any of these books please contact the GIS Laboratory manager.

The GIS Lab Upgrades its Storage Capacity

This April the GIS Laboratory upgraded its storage capacity with the addition of new 100GB hard drives to most of its PCs. With the increasing size of new software and the creation of new datasets these new additions will come in quite handy to meet the labs up comming disk space requirements.

CSRC Has a Sweet Tooth

Once again CSRC could very well be on its way to having to see the dentist. This June several members of CSRC have once again participated in a new Bake Off. Several scrumptious entries were submitted and judged, but in the end Jenn Merriam won the competition with KK's Mocha roll. Congratulations Jenn!

The GIS Lab Has a Big Appetite

This June the GIS Lab celebrated the beginning of summer with a pot luck picnic. Though the weather didn't hold out for the members of the hungry crew they still enjoyed many a great fixens inside under the cover of the GIS Lab.

ArcGIS Training Scheduled for August

Once again Michael Routhier will be hosting a FREE in-house ArcGIS training class for any member of CSRC that wishes to participate. Training is scheduled to take place from August 11th through August 15th from 9am to 4pm daily. Space is limited so please contact Michael if you are interested in participating in this Summer's training class.

CSRC Paddles the Saco again on it's Fifth Annual Canoe Trip

Once again an adventure bound crew of seven employees from CSRC faced the mighty Saco river this August during this year's fifth annual canoe and kayak paddle. This adventure bound crew included Ellen Douglas Jason Ericson, Emily Faivre, Faith Gathui, Stanley Glidden, Ambele Mtafya and Michael Routhier. This group of fun seekers made it down the Saco in two canoes and two kayaks stopping along the way for a hearty lunch, some fun stories and few photo opportunities. After conquering the river the weary group relaxed with a great dinner and massive desserts at the Yankee Smoke House in Whittier, NH. If you're interested in joining the next adventurous group from CSRC on their next adventure keep your eyes on this web site for upcoming info.

CSRC Attends the 18th Annual NEARC Conference

This November 2-5th members of the CSRC GIS Staff attended the 18th annual North East ArcInfo User's Conference (NEARC) at the Goat Island Hilton in Newport Rhode Island. The attendees from Complex Systems included Jennifer Lessard, Sam Lingeman, Michael Routhier and Fay Rubin. All members were hosted to a series of professional talks and to a huge vendor hall featuring some of the GIS industry's top sellers and resellers of hardware, software and spatial data products.

The GIS Lab Goes to the Mountains

This October a group of six CSRC members, Family and Friends all went on an outdoor excursion to the White Mountains on one of the most beautiful Autumn day's this season. This fortunate group happen to visit the Whites at prime peak foliage on a seventy degree F day where there wasn't a cloud in the sky. This leaf peeping group visited North Conway, The White Mountain Valley, Crafford Notch State Park, Willey's Pond, Franconia Notch State Park, the Flume Gorge, the Kankamangus Highway and Rocky Gorge. To finish off the day this well traveled group stopped at their favorite familiar Bar-B-Que restaurant, the Yankee Smoke House in Whittier, NH for a great ending meal to what one can only describe as a day that will last in all of their minds for the rest of their lives.

Fifth Annual GIS Day was a Great Success

On November 19th, 2003 the New Hampshire Space Grant consortium and Complex Systems Research Center hosted their fifth annual GIS Day Geo-Spatial Science Conference and College Fair at the institute for the Study of Earth Oceans and Space on the University of New Hampshire campus. Hosted guests included over eight hundred participants including upwards of two hundred and fifty high school student and teachers from ten New Hampshire and Massachusetts high schools and home schooler groups and hundreds of Geo-Science professionals, university faculty, students and staff. Attending high schools included Bow High School (Bow, NH), Coe Brown Academy (Northwood, NH), The Community School (South Tamworth, NH) Contoocook Valley Regional High School (Peterborough, NH), Derry Home Schoolers (Derry, NH), Essex Agricultural and Technical High School (Hathorne, MA), Lebanon High School (Lebanon, NH), Merrimack, High School (Merrimack, NH), Newmarket High School (Newmarket, NH), Spaulding High School (Rochester, NH).

All GIS Day 2003 conference guests were hosted to many attractions and events including this year's featured attraction, the Library of Congress Historic Map Collection exhibition. This exhibition featured over one hundred large antique reproductions including over forty circa 1890 panoramic maps of many cities and towns throughout New Hampshire. This exhibition showed the evolution of these cities and towns by illustrating the development and nature of economic activities, educational and religious facilities, parks, street patterns, and transportation systems. All guests were also treated to a series of other attractions including this year's new GIS Day store which featured Geo-Science merchandise from Eastern Mountains Sports, Gulliver's Travel Bookstore and the University of New Hampshire Bookstore. Other attractions included Geo-Spatial Science related talks and presentations, a professional Geo-Spatial Science Vendor Hall, an extensive modern professional cartographic exhibition, a Geo-Spatial Science college fair and hands on tours of Complex Systems Research Center's state-of-the-art GIS and Remote Sensing laboratory.

The Morse Maniacs are Now Accepting Ski Team Sign-ups

It's that time of year once again for the Morse Hall Maniacs to hit the slopes and bring home victory for the EOS ski team. Due to a few people moving on to new jobs outside of the area the Morse Hall Maniacs are looking to fill some slots. If you're an interested skier or rider or a returning veteran and you want to participate in this year's fourth annual fun filled ski team antics please Contact Michael Routhier by Friday December 19th. The Maniacs are looking to have a team of eight people again this year. Each racer will have the chance to race and ski five nights over an eight week season. Races are any time between 5:30 an 8:00 on Wednesday evenings at Gunstock Ski area. The total cost of $80 for the season per racer includes free evening skiing (3:00 - 9:00), two timed runs through the race gates (They take your best time of the two) and free dinner for all racers that stay for apres ski activities (8:00 - 9:00) on race nights.

Last Update: Tuesday, 13-Jan-2004 14:38:24 EST
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