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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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Graphic of Antarctic Ozone Hole for two dates in September 1998.
1998 September
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Sunset over sea ice at the marginal ice zone as NATHANIEL B. PALMER headed south.
1996 December
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Antarctic sea ice cover in February 1998 and September 1998. Graphic derived special sensor Microwave Imager satellite data.
1998
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NATHANIEL B. PALMER cutting through thin ice.
1998 November
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Pancake ice as seen from the bridge of the NATHANIEL B. PALMER. Largest pancake is approximately four feet across.
1998 December
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Small ice floes in open water as seen from the bridge of the NATHANIEL B. PALMER. Ice is melting at time of this picture.
1998 December
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Fast ice (attached to land) in McMurdo Sound. 77 30 S Latitude 165 E Longitude.
1990 December
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A zodiac boat departing the NATHANIEL B. PALMER to collect ice samples for biological studies.
1996 December
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Personnel basket putting people out on the ice for sample collection from the NATHANIEL B. PALMER.
1996 December
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Collecting ice cores to collect biological samples.
1998 December
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Net trawl for benthic (bottom-dwelling) biota.
1996 December
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Spoils of net trawl. Numerous holothurians (sea cucumbers) and other marine life on deck.
1997 December
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A new species of snail fish discovered by Joe Eastman.
1997 December
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Antarctic sushi party!
1996 December
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Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) rosette and water sample bottles being deployed from "Baltic Room" on the NATHANIEL B. PALMER.
1996 December
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Drawing a water sample from Conductivity-Temperature-Depth (CTD) rosette water sample bottles.
1998 December
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Scientist conducting phytoplankton taxonomy research.
1998 December
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Preparing an Interocean Current Meter in the Ross Sea for deployment from a fixed mooring.
1996 December
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Preparing a mid-water sediment trap for deployment in the Ross Sea. For collecting biological particles as they fall to the sea floor.
1996 December
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Preparing to deploy mooring floats for current and sediment studies from the NATHANIEL B. PALMER.
1996 December
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Ringing in the New Year with the drop of a mooring anchor at 00:00:00 on January 1, 1997.
1997 January 1
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Recovering a box core with a bottom sample for biological studies.
1997 January
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Science is hard work!
1997 January
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Antarctic beach party. Football, frisbee, and baseball below the Antarctic Circle.
1997 December
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Antarctic beach party and barbecue.
1997 December
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Grounded tabular iceberg at Cape Washington, Victoria Land.
1996 December
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Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer image of Ross Ice Shelf.
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Edge of the Ross Ice Shelf as seen by the NATHANIEL B. PALMER.
1996 December
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Edge of the Ross Ice Shelf as seen by the NATHANIEL B. PALMER.
1997 December
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales - the point where Amundsen staged his successful assault on the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
1998 December
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales - the point where Amundsen staged his successful assault on the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
1998 December
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales - the point where Amundsen staged his successful assault on the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
1998 December
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Large tabular icebergs grounded in the Ross Sea.
1998 December
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NATHANIEL B. PALMER breaking sea ice in the Ross Sea.
1996 December
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Vince's Cross at Hut Point Peninsula, McMurdo Station, Antarctica. Named for George Vince, a member of the Scott Discovery Expedition, who drowned nearby.
1996 December
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Cross on Observation Hill erected as memorial to Robert Falcon Scott.
1990 December
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Scott's Hut with the NATHANIEL B. PALMER in the foreground and McMurdo Station in the background.
1996 December
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Stuffed emperor penguins on display in the Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand.
1996 December
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Mount Erebus shrouded in clouds from McMurdo Sound.
1996 December
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The Ross Ice Shelf at the Bay of Whales - the point where Amundsen staged his successful assault on the South Pole. 78 30 S Latitude 164 20W Longitude.
1998 December
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Bust of Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd at McMurdo Station.
1996 December
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Shrine to _____ Williams who lost his life during Navy Antarctic operations in the 1950's when his tractor broke through the sea ice and he was drowned.
1996 December
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Small ice floes in open water as seen from the bridge of the NATHANIEL B. PALMER. Ice is melting at time of this picture.
1998 December
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The NATHANIEL B. PALMER set in ice.
1996 December
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The front of a melting glacier.
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Large tabular ice bergs
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Cape Adare, the northwest corner of the Ross Sea. 71 40 S Latitude 170 30 E Longitude.
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Mount Melbourne - an active volcano. 74 21 S Latitude 164 42 E Longitude.
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The Campbell Ice Tongue protruding into the Ross Sea.
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A segment of the Transantarctic Mountains

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