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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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Skiff returning at sunset from marine mammal studies.
September 1992
2151 thumbnail picture
Salmon gillnetting cruise - studying smolts diurnal activities.
September 1992
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Gillnetting for smolts at night south of Douglas Island.
September 1992
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Gillnetting for smolts at night south of Douglas Island.
September 1992
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Gillnetting for smolts at night south of Douglas Island.
September 1992
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Gillnetting for smolts at night south of Douglas Island.
September 1992
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Gillnetting for smolts at night south of Douglas Island.
September 1992
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Gillnetting for smolts at night south of Douglas Island.
September 1992
2158 thumbnail picture
A "spaghetti" tag in a walleye pollock.
September 1992
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A walleye pollock.
September 1992
2160 thumbnail picture
A view of Juneau from the north. Lemon Glacier, a hanging glacier is in center of photo.
Alaska Southeast September 1992
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Taylor Glacier seen from Cross Sound.
September 1992
2162 thumbnail picture
Rugged Alaska coastline - possibly Lisianski Sound.
Alaska Southeast September 1992
2163 thumbnail picture
Scientists sorting salmon specimens for genetic research. Part of the U.S./Canada salmon study carried out on the JOHN N. COBB.
September 1992
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Sorting salmon for genetic research. An eye, heart, liver, and piece of flesh was taken and preserved from each specimen.
September 1992
2165 thumbnail picture
Storing sample material in a vile prior to storing in liquid nitrogen.
September 1992
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Removing an eye from a chum salmon for genetic research.
September 1992
2167 thumbnail picture
Scientists sorting specimens.
September 1992
2168 thumbnail picture
Deformed jaws of salmon caused by the spawning process altering their bodies.
September 1992
2169 thumbnail picture
Immersing specimen material in liquid nitrogen to preserve for future studies.
September 1992
2170 thumbnail picture
The inner harbor of Hoonah
Alaska Southeast September 1992
2171 thumbnail picture
Faruno Fathometer display while entering Hood Bay
September 1992
2172 thumbnail picture
Hood Bay
Alaska Southeast September 1992
2173 thumbnail picture
The magical power of that morning cup of coffee.
September 1992
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An Alaskan rainbow - note reflection on the water.
September 1992
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Glacier Bay area.
Alaska Southeast September 1992
2176 thumbnail picture
Upper reaches of Glacier Bay - looking at Mt. Fairweather to the west.
Alaska Southeast October 1992
2177 thumbnail picture
Scientists sorting specimens of salmon material for joint U.S./Canada genetic research project.
October 1992
2178 thumbnail picture
Rugged Alaska shoreline and mountains
Alaska Southeast October 1992
2179 thumbnail picture
Riggs Glacier, Muir Inlet, Glacier Bay.
October 1992
2180 thumbnail picture
Moonrise at Glacier Bay
October 1992
2181 thumbnail picture
Heading up the glacial valley from Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station
Austral summer 1960-1961
2182 thumbnail picture
The Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station traverse crew
Austral summer 1960-1961
2183 thumbnail picture
Large cup structures were used to find crevasses but were not too effective. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
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Looking ahead for crevasses. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2185 thumbnail picture
Herb Meyers observing sun azimuth for position information. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2186 thumbnail picture
Cups for crevasse searching mounted in front of vehicle. Pitons for human probing for crevasses on Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station
Austral summer 1960-1961
2187 thumbnail picture
Transit magnetometer used to measure magnetic declination and dip. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2188 thumbnail picture
Herb Meyers observing magnetic field. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2189 thumbnail picture
Herb Meyers observing sun azimuth. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2190 thumbnail picture
Herb Meyers getting ready to don the goggles to protect eyes from snow blindness. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2191 thumbnail picture
Tractor heading up a mountain slope. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2192 thumbnail picture
Observing station on the Antarctic Plateau. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station Traverse.
Austral summer 1960-1961
2193 thumbnail picture
Scientist with instrument to measure components of Earth's magnetic field
Austral summer 1960-1961
2194 thumbnail picture
Cat train embarked on Antarctic traverse
Austral summer 1960-1961
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Instruments set up for various measurements
Austral summer 1960-1961
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A hairy bunch of Antarctic explorers after coming back to a base camp from a traverse expedition
Austral summer 1960-1961
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Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station traverse crew. Herb Meyers, magnetic observer, kneeling in front.
Austral summer 1960-1961
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McMurdo Station to South Pole Station traverse crew. Ardo Meyer, magnetic observer and navigator was second from left in back row.
Austral summer 1960-1961
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Tractor-train on the move. Minnesota Camp to Byrd Station
Austral summer 1960-1961

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