Oregon State University (OSU) Department of Oceanography's 80-foot research vessel, R/V Acona, seen in waters off Newport, Oregon, United States. Using a boom on the foredeck, the crew lowers a container, takes a water sample and retrieves it. (Note: Reportedly, one of the two persons seen near the end of the footage may be Hugh Dobson, a technician from BC Canada, who worked for OSU Professor Kilho Park.)
One of the two persons near the end of the footage looks like Hugh Dobson who was a technician from BC Canada who came to OSU to work for Professor Kilho Park (this insert provided by Iver Duedall, OSU graduate student 1963-66; spent time on Acona on cruises--most of the time I was seasick)
People participate in free style Ice Skating championship in Canada. Men and women perform on the ice ground. A man performs on the ground who has been a world champion several times. People cheer and applaud. Lights flashed on the stage. A couple performs the free style skating.
Test drive of a Saunders Roe SRN2 (Saunders Roe Nautical Two) hovercraft in Canada. The hovercraft with lettering "Westland" (for Westland Aircraft Ltd.) moves over a marshy area. Men operate the controls of the hovercraft. The hovercraft underway in Saint Lawrence River. The passengers seated inside the hovercraft which can accommodate 70 persons. The hovercraft underway in the river. A head of a passenger inside the hovercraft. The hovercraft moving across the water
118 people die in crash of a Canadian four engine Jet in Montreal, Canada. A water body. Ruins of the crashed jet. Men lay a temporary road with a bulldozer. U.S. Aviation experts and Canadian experts dig through ruins of the crashed jet while investigating. Investigators around a car.
View of men and women mountain climbing on mountains near Banff in Alberta Canada. Another mountaineer tying ropes. Several views of mountaineers practicing tying knots, and then climbing using ropes. Climbers at the top of a mountain enjoy the view.
An air-cushion vehicle 'Westland' tested at Saint Lawrence River in Canada. The 27 ton hovercraft is a land and water bus that travels on a cushion of air. The hovercraft at the land and then at water. Two men at the controls of hovercraft. Passengers are seated in the hovercraft. The hovercraft visualized by the Canadians for oil exploration.