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NOAA's Fleet Then and Now - Sailing for Science Collection
Catalog of Images

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Fish and Wildlife Service Patrol Vessel TEAL.
Alaska
501 thumbnail picture
Fish and Wildlife Service Patrol Boat PELICAN.
502 thumbnail picture
Fish and Wildlife Service Patrol Boat PELICAN.
503 thumbnail picture
The Fish and Wildlife Service Research Vessel YAQUINA.
504 thumbnail picture
The Fish and Wildlife Service Research Vessel HUGH M. SMITH.
Hawaii, Kehei Bay, Maui
505 thumbnail picture
The Fish Commission Schooner GRAMPUS.
506 thumbnail picture
The Fish Commission Schooner GRAMPUS.
507 thumbnail picture
The Fish Commission Schooner GRAMPUS.
508 thumbnail picture
The Fish Commission Schooner GRAMPUS.
509 thumbnail picture
The Fish Commission Schooner GRAMPUS.
510 thumbnail picture
Launching of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship E. LESTER JONES.
Oregon, Astoria 1940 January 29
511 thumbnail picture
Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship DERICKSON.
512 thumbnail picture
Christening ceremony of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ships FAIRWEATHER and RAINIER.
Jacksonville, Florida 1967 March 15
513 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship RESEARCHER.
514 thumbnail picture
Part of crew of Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship PATTERSON in Alaskan waters
515 thumbnail picture
Lieutenant Commander Stacy Birk on bridge watch on the NOAA Ship McARTHUR.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
516 thumbnail picture
McARTHUR deck hand Michael Theberge fishing during free time in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
517 thumbnail picture
McARTHUR deck hand Michael Theberge with fish caught during free time off the NOAA Ship McARTHUR in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
518 thumbnail picture
McARTHUR deck hand Michael Theberge with Mahi mahi caught during free time off the NOAA Ship McARTHUR in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
519 thumbnail picture
NOAA Corps Ensign Doug Krause and Seaman Surveyor Leroy Johnson on bridge wing of NOAA Ship McARTHUR.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
520 thumbnail picture
McARTHUR deck hand Mike Theberge preparing for Pizza Night at sea on the NOAA Ship McARTHUR.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
521 thumbnail picture
Shipboard and scientific crew unite for the 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Pinata Festival on board the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during Project STAR 2000.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
522 thumbnail picture
McARTHUR deck hand Mike Theberge and NOAA Corps Lieutenant Alex von Saunder preparing pizzas on McARTHUR Pizza Night.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
523 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship McARTHUR offshore from native-owned pangas at Isla Gorgona during STAR 2000 project.
Isla Gorgona, Colombia 2000 Fall
524 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship McARTHUR anchored off Isla Cocos during STAR 2000 project.
Isla Cocos, Costa Rica 2000 Fall
525 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship McARTHUR anchored off Isla Gorgona during STAR 2000 project.
Isla Gorgona, Colombia 2000 Fall
526 thumbnail picture
Marine mammal observer Paula Olson of the NMFS Southwest Fisheries Science Center at the computer/recorder position during STAR 2000.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
527 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship McARTHUR deck hand Mike Theberge on the bridgewing.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
528 thumbnail picture
The NOAA Ship McARTHUR after a long four-month deployment in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
529 thumbnail picture
Deck hand Mike Theberge and seaman surveyor Leroy Johnson with fish caught off Clipperton Island during STAR 2000.
Clipperton Island 2000 Fall
530 thumbnail picture
A rainbow runner caught at Clipperton Island during STAR 2000.
Clipperton Island 2000 Fall
531 thumbnail picture
A rockfish caught at Clipperton Island during STAR 2000.
Clipperton Island 2000 Fall
532 thumbnail picture
A sea snake caught during dipnetting operations off the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000. These snakes are poisonous and very dangerous.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
533 thumbnail picture
Launching an inflatable boat from the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
534 thumbnail picture
Launching an inflatable boat from the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
535 thumbnail picture
Sunrise photography on the flying bridge of the NOAA Ship McARTHUR while conducting operations for STAR 2000 in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
536 thumbnail picture
Marine mammal observer with digitally enhanced boobie observing the observer. NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
537 thumbnail picture
Hanging out on the fantail for those not on watch. Note crewman in hard and life vest working on over-the-stern operations. On the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
538 thumbnail picture
Laura Morse working on the Big Eyes searching for marine mammals on Halloween. On the NOAA Ship McARTHUR conducting STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
539 thumbnail picture
Plastic bags are meant to discourage boobies from landing on the masthead. Apparently they don't work. Diners on deck below have to minimize upward looks upward and maximize cover over food. On the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
540 thumbnail picture
Plastic bags are meant to discourage boobies from landing on the masthead. Apparently they don't work. On the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean.
Eastern Tropical Pacific 2000 Fall
541 thumbnail picture
Seaman surveyor Leroy Johnson holding rainbow runner caught off Clipperton Island. On the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 operations in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean.
Clipperton Island 2000 Fall
542 thumbnail picture
Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer HASSLER
543 thumbnail picture
Launch RODGERS - named for Coast Survey Assistant Augustus Rodgers, brother of Civil War hero Admiral John Rodgers. Vessel is outfitted for current observations.
1928
544 thumbnail picture
Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship RANGER. This ship was obtained from the Navy following WWI and returned in 1931.
Virgin Islands 1925
545 thumbnail picture
Lake Survey Vessel SHENEHON. This vessel's home port was Detroit. Pre-NOAA photo.
1965 Circa
546 thumbnail picture
Lake Survey Vessel SHENEHON. This vessel's home port was Detroit. This photo was taken shortly after the Lake Survey came under the auspices of NOAA.
1972
547 thumbnail picture
Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship SIALIA. This ship was returned to the Navy after only a few months service with the C&GS because of mechanical problems.
1919
548 thumbnail picture
Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship STIRNI. This ship was named in memory of Lt. (j.g.) Joseph Stirni, USC&GS, who was killed while a Japanese prisoner of war in 1945. He was killed by a U. S. bomb hitting the ship he was being transported to Japan on from the Philippine Islands.
1956 November
549 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER at the pier at Cordova, Alaska.
Alaska, Cordova 1975 Circa

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