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NOAA's America's Coastlines Collection
Catalog of Images

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The Seattle waterfront as seen from the NOAA Ship BELL SHIMADA.
Washington, Seattle
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The Seattle waterfront as seen from the NOAA Ship BELL SHIMADA.
Washington, Seattle
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The Seattle waterfront as seen from the NOAA Ship BELL SHIMADA.
Washington, Seattle
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Fish adorning seafood restaurant in Pascagoula area.
Mississippi, Pascagoula
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Fish adorning seafood restaurant in Pascagoula area.
Mississippi, Pascagoula
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Dormant oil rigs looming over the horizon
Mississippi, Pascagoula
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Restored intertidal marsh at the Lower Neches Water Management Area in Port Arthur, Texas.
Texas, Port Arthur
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A sign is placed to keep the public away from a wet prairie restoration site.
Texas, Port Arthur
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A family digs for clams in the Pacific Northwest. The local fishery of Dungeness crab an oysters contributes $72 million annually to local economies.
Washington coast
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Restored shoreline at Hempstead Harbor. This area was designated a superfund site and was used as a petroleum and hazardous waste storage site from 1930 to the 1970s.
New York, Hempstead Harbor
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Canoeing in the serene waters of the St. Louis River in Wisconsin is one of the favorite recreational activities in the new Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, which was officially designated part of the National Estuarine Research Reserve System on October 26, 2010.
Wisconsin, Pokegama Bay 2010
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The Pokegama Bay section of the Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve contains one of the largest municipal forests in the United States. Its 6,723 acres contain extensive forested wetlands, uplands, clay flats and submerged lands in the city of Superior, Wisconsin.
Wisconsin, Superior 2010
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A new NOAA rule prohibits boaters from pumping sewage into all waters of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Pump-A-Head stations are placed at marinas and docks for boaters to pump their sewage into a local sewage system for wastewater treatment.
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An oil recovery vessel flares gases during the summer 2010 oil spill. NOAA researchers and colleagues used atmospheric measurements during the spill to derive independent estimates of the recovery rate, oil spill rate and the fate of the spilled gases and oil.
Gulf of Mexico, Deepwater Horizon spill site.
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This aging, undersized culvert that conveyed Stony Brook under Route 6A restricted the tidal flow to the salt marsh and presented an obstacle for fish migrating to their freshwater spawning grounds.
Massachusetts, Cape Cod
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The new 18-foot box culvert restored tidal flow and allowed fish to migrate to their freshwater spawning grounds.
Massachusetts, Cape Cod
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A few of the 70 or so vessels waiting to transit the Mississippi River following the collision of a fuel barge and a chemical tanker resulting in the spill of 419000 gallons of oil. Over 85 miles of the river was closed to traffic during the incident.
Louisiana, Mississippi River 2008 July 24
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Oil spill viewed from the Riverwalk in New Orleans. Over 419000 gallons of oil were spilled as the result of a collision between an oil barge and a chemical tanker north of the Crescent City Bridge on July 23.
Louisiana, Mississippi River 2008 July 24
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Whitefish Point, Lake Superior
2009 July
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Gallup Park, Huron River, Ann Arbor, MI.
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Muskegon Lighthouse
Michigan, Muskegon
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Muskegon Lighthouse and Muskegon South Breakwater Light. NOAA GLERL Lake Michigan Field Station
Michigan, Muskegon 2009 July
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Lake Huron shoreline from Presque Isle lighthouse
2009 July
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Detroit River
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Lake Superior. Pictured Rocks
2009 September
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Lake Michigan (near Ludington)
2009 October 17
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Mackinac Bridge
June 2006
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A sand castle on the beach at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
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Lake Michigan
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Lake Michigan, south of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
Michigan, Frankfort 2003 October
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A cold and lonely lighthouse
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Sturgeon Point Light, Lake Huron
Michigan, Huronsville
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South Haven Lighthouse in a winter storm
2007 January 26
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Lake Huron shoreline near Presque Isle.
2008 July
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Straits of Mackinac, Mackinac Island
2008 July
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Lake Huron
2001
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Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Michigan, Grand Rapids
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Detroit River Lighthouse south of Detroit River on Lake Erie.
Michigan, Lake Erie
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Grand Haven, Lake Michigan
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Wetlands
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Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan's upper Peninsula
2009 July
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Sleeping Bear Dunes, North Bar Lake. Lake Michigan
2009 July
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Unidentified harbor at sunset
Great Lakes Region
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Navigation light at industrial facility harbor area.
Massachusetts, Cape Cod
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Logging in the Great Lakes region
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Dock pilings, remnants from Michigan's logging industry
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Farming, Port Oneida, Lake Michigan
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Quincy Copper Mine. Keweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior
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Quincy Copper Mine. Keweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior
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U.S. Steel Corp. on the Detroit River

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