J.A. (Jarl) Nome

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Jarl Nome, ALS
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2004-present
Known for ALSA Scholarship Recipient

As published in ALS News upon receiving his commission in 2004

Jarl Anders Nome was born in Atherton, Queensland, Australia in September 1978. He entered Canada in June 1987, graduated from Caroline High School in 1996 and went on to receive a B.Sc. in Geomatics Engineering from the University of Calgary in 2001. In addition, Jarl received the ALSA scholarship in recognition of academic achievement in the geomatics engineering program at the University of Calgary.

Articles were served under Alberta Land Surveyors D.M. Haub and J.C. Sharpe. December 6, 2004 is the date that Jarl became an Alberta Land Surveyor. He is also an engineer-in-training with APEGGA.

Jarl has been a member of the Public Relations Committee since 2003 and participated in the Made to Measure/Surveyor in a Crate project.

All of Jarl’s surveying experience is with Midwest Surveys Inc. in Calgary. He worked for the firm on a part-time basis during the summer months from 1998 to 2000 and then full-time since May 2001. He has been the Calgary field operations manager for Midwest since May 2003.

Weightlifting, scrambling/mountaineering, camping and hiking are a few of Jarl’s leisure activities.