NOAA Photo Library Banner
Takes you to the Top Page Takes you to the About this Site page. Takes you to the Contacts page. Takes you to the HELP page. Takes you to the Credits page. Takes you to the Collections page. Takes you to the search page. Takes you to the Links page.


NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

1300 thumbnail picture
Arktos Evacuation Craft being tested by US Coast Guard north of Point Barrow.
2012 August 13
1301 thumbnail picture
Arktos Evacuation Craft on land at Point Barrow. This vehicle is amphibious and able to maneuver in the pack ice, in open water, or on land.
2012 August 15
1302 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER inflatable boat in the pack ice on a foggy day.
2012 August 10
1303 thumbnail picture
Ice blink seen approaching pack ice north of Barrow.
2012 August 10
1304 thumbnail picture
Structures and tents along the beach at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1305 thumbnail picture
The beach at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1306 thumbnail picture
Looking south to the Brooks Range from the Beaufort Sea - Canada to the left, Alaska to the right in this magnificent panorama.
2012 August 18
1307 thumbnail picture
Looking down the beach at Demarcation Point. As Arctic ice retreats, this shoreline becomes increasingly vulnerable to equinoctial storms.
2012 August 18
1308 thumbnail picture
A whale vertebrae on the beach at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1309 thumbnail picture
Driftwood structures erected near Demarcation Point
2012 August 18
1310 thumbnail picture
A drift buoy off Demarcation Point with the Brooks Range to the south.
2012 August 18
1311 thumbnail picture
Photographers and bear lookout amongst the driftwood at Demarcation Point. As this is well above the Arctic tree line, the timber probably came from the Mackenzie River which debouches to the east in Canada's Northwest Territories.
2012 August 18
1312 thumbnail picture
Bear watch on the beach at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1313 thumbnail picture
Rigid hulled inflatable boat landing at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1314 thumbnail picture
Chief Survey Tech Tami Beduhn standing bear watch at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1315 thumbnail picture
Mirage on the Beaufort Sea giving appearance of inpenetrable wall of ice.
2012 August 12
1316 thumbnail picture
Mirage on the Beaufort Sea giving appearance of inpenetrable wall of ice.
2012 August 12
1317 thumbnail picture
Mirage on the Beaufort Sea giving appearance of inpenetrable wall of ice.
2012 August 12
1318 thumbnail picture
Mirage on the Beaufort Sea giving appearance of inpenetrable wall of ice.
2012 August 12
1319 thumbnail picture
Mirage on the Beaufort Sea giving appearance of inpenetrable wall of ice.
2012 August 12
1320 thumbnail picture
Mirage on the Beaufort Sea giving appearance of inpenetrable wall of ice.
2012 August 12
1321 thumbnail picture
Citizen of the North Slope returning to NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER from Demarcation Point. Note NOAA Ship BELL SHIMADA ball cap. A friend of NOAA.
2012 August 18
1322 thumbnail picture
Small iceberg melting in fantastic shapes.
2012 August 10
1323 thumbnail picture
Possibly methane bubbling up in a melt pool on the tundra at Demarcation Point.
2012 August 18
1324 thumbnail picture
Ice floe with polar bear in Beaufort Sea.
2012 August 17
1325 thumbnail picture
Icebergs in Jokullsarlon Glacial Meltwater Lagoon.
Iceland 2013 June 12
1326 thumbnail picture
Arctic aurora borealis
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 February 12
1327 thumbnail picture
Arctic aurora borealis
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 February 12
1328 thumbnail picture
Yukimarimo - balls of fine frost formed at low temperatures. This phenomenom was first noted in Antarctica in 1995. Temperatures between -59F and -72F. Caused by electrostatic attraction between ice crystals.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 1
1329 thumbnail picture
A halo is an optical phenomena caused by light interacting with ice crystals. This image has a faint 46 degree halo, and a 22 degree halo with an upper tangent arc.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 February 25
1330 thumbnail picture
Flight to Greenland, Summit Station. .
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 January 30
1331 thumbnail picture
"Greenland is a terrible land, a land that's never ever green." A view from the airplane heading to Summit Station on the island of Greenland.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 January 30
1332 thumbnail picture
Summit Station, Greenland.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 April 21
1333 thumbnail picture
The observatory at the Greenland Environmental Observatory at Summit Station. This observatory is at 3200 meters elevation on the Greenland Ice Sheet.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 April 21
1334 thumbnail picture
Fresh food supplies flown into the Greenland Summit Station.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 February 7
1335 thumbnail picture
Summer housing at Summit Station.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 April 21
1336 thumbnail picture
The science facility - the Temporary Atmospheric Watch Observatory (TAWO).
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 10
1337 thumbnail picture
Science to do list for Lieutenant Heather Moe at the Greenland TAWO
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 26
1338 thumbnail picture
Inside the TAWO science facility.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 30
1339 thumbnail picture
Ozondesonde recording instrument.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 13
1340 thumbnail picture
Measuring drifting and falling snow.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 10
1341 thumbnail picture
Snow sampling.
Greenland, Summit Station 2013 March 10
1342 thumbnail picture
Sea ice. On approach to Barter Island.
Alaska, Beaufort Sea 1949
1343 thumbnail picture
Base camp from bridge of beached LST.
Alaska, Barter Island 1949
1344 thumbnail picture
Harley Nygren with a group of Eskimos at Brownlow Point across from Flaxman Island.
Alaska, North Slope 1949
1345 thumbnail picture
A grounded ice berg.
Alaska, Beaufort Sea 1949
1346 thumbnail picture
Reconnaissance work at the beginning of the season. Note lack of gloves on Eskimo assistant.
Alaska, Beaufort Sea 1949
1347 thumbnail picture
Caterpillar train heading off to remote camps with wanigans and supplies in tow.
Alaska, North Slope 1950
1348 thumbnail picture
Caterpillar train towing wanigans and supplies to remote camp. Note wind- sculpted snow called sastrugi.
Alaska, North Slope 1949
1349 thumbnail picture
Base camp from the air. Low winter sun casting long shadows from tent city.
Alaska, Tigvariak Island 1949

PAGES - 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | 32 | 33 | 34 | 35 | 36 | 37 | 38 | 39 | 40 | 41 | 42 | 43 | 44 | 45 | 46 | 47 | 48 | 49 | 50 | 51 | 52 | 53 | 54 | 55 | 56 | 57 | 58 | 59 | 60 | 61 | 62 | 63 |


Publication of the U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic & Atmospheric Adminstration (NOAA),
NOAA Central Library
NOAA Privacy Policy | NOAA Disclaimer
Last Updated:
June 10, 2016