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

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Survey technician spinning wheel for appropriate answer when bridge asks " when will we be on line, get it fixed, get it calibrated, etc. etc. During multi- beam sounding operations from the NOAA Ship SURVEYOR north of San Francisco.
California Coast 1988
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Loading supplies on Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship SURVEYOR at San Diego.
California Coast 1969
702 thumbnail picture
Seaman Jesse Byrd digging a hole to place batteries for Del Norte super-high- frequency navigation system. Batteries would be placed in box and chained to stand. If left out, they were subject to disappear.
Georgia's Golden Isles
703 thumbnail picture
Shore party leaving ship in zodiac at Icy Bay from NOAA Ship RAINIER.
Icy Bay, Alaska
704 thumbnail picture
Survey launch in Puale Bay.
Puale Bay, Alaska
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Survey launch in Puale Bay.
Puale Bay, Alaska
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Bill Neff jet skiing at Icy Bay.
Icy Bay, Alaska
707 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship Rainier offshore from Larsen Bay on the north side of Kodiak Island.
Larsen Bay, Alaska
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Survey launch get-together for talking over the day's work.
Larsen Bay, Alaska
709 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship Rainier offshore from Larsen Bay on the north side of Kodiak Island.
710 thumbnail picture
Shore party on Zodiac launch at Larsen Bay.
711 thumbnail picture
Fisheries Steamer FISH HAWK at Woods Hole.
712 thumbnail picture
Deck of the FISH HAWK showing hoisting and reeling engine and winch used by Spencer Fullerton Baird and Professor Verrill in the exploration of the New England coast.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole
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Steamer PHALAROPE at the Woods Hole fisheries laboratory dock. This vessel was used in the 1930's for daily collection of biological material.
714 thumbnail picture
Research vessel ALBATROSS III assigned to Woods Hole in 1948.
715 thumbnail picture
A Philippine Coast Guard vessel acquired for use by the Philippine Coast and Geodetic Survey following World War II.
Manila Harbor, Philippine Islands 1946 circa.
716 thumbnail picture
Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship EXPLORER at Punta del Gada, Azores. Federal buildings are in the background.
Azores Islands, Atlantic Ocean
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship EXPLORER at Ihla de San Miguel, Azores.
Azores Islands, Atlantic Ocean
718 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship PEIRCE in the Great Lakes at the west end of the Welland Canal. Lake Erie is in the background.
New York, Lake Erie 1982
719 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship PEIRCE passing through the locks at Sault Ste. Marie.
Great Lakes 1982
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NOAA Ship PEIRCE slicing through the waters of Lake Superior.
Great Lakes, Lake Superior 1982
721 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER offshore California.
California 1977
722 thumbnail picture
Large rock on east shore of upper Cook Inlet. Note tide gauge on top of rock.
Alaska, Cook Inlet 1976
723 thumbnail picture
Steam tug BLUELIGHT assigned to the Woods Hole Fisheries Laboratory for use by Spencer Fullerton Baird.
724 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER in Prince William Sound.
Alaska, Prince William Sound 1977
725 thumbnail picture
Launch and skiff from NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER prior to tide gauge installation. Upper Cook Inlet just north of East Foreland.
Alaska, Cook Inlet 1977
726 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER near Port Hueneme.
California
727 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER at pier in Long Beach.
California
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Looking astern on the NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER.
729 thumbnail picture
On the bridge of the NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER.
1977
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On the bridge of the NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER.
1977
731 thumbnail picture
Jensen survey launch lying to in Cook Inlet area. Launch off of NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER.
1977
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Jensen survey launches and small boats tied up at NOAA's Pacific Marine Center.
1977
733 thumbnail picture
Coxswain of Jensen survey launch off of NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER.
1977
734 thumbnail picture
A rough day in the harbor. Santa Ana winds blowing in Southern California.
1977
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Survey launch off NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER operating in Icy Bay area.
1977
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NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER offshore California.
1977
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The bow of the NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER in Alaskan waters.
1977
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Looking off the bridge wing of the NOAA Ship FAIRWEATHER somewhere in Alaskan waters.
1977
739 thumbnail picture
NOAA Ship WHITING at Craney Island Fuel Pier.
Norfolk, Virginia
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U. S. Fisheries Steamer OSPREY at Zarembo Island. In: Bureau of Fisheries "Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914", by E. Lester Jones. P. 70.
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U.S. Fisheries Steamer ALBATROSS at Resurrection Bay. In: Bureau of Fisheries "Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914", by E. Lester Jones. P. 70.
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Coal in gangway on deck of U.S. Fisheries Steamer ALBATROSS. In: Bureau of Fisheries "Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914", by E. Lester Jones. P. 73.
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Deck load of coal on forward deck of U.S. Fish Commission Steamer ALBATROSS. In: Bureau of Fisheries "Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914", by E. Lester Jones. P. 73.
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U.S. Revenue Cutter TAHOMA at Unalaska shortly before being wrecked at Agattu Island. In: Bureau of Fisheries "Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914", by E. Lester Jones. P. 149.
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Wreck of U.S. Revenue Cutter TAHOMA which struck an uncharted pinnacle rock off Agattu Island, western Aleutians, September 20, 1914. Island. In: Bureau of Fisheries "Report of Alaska Investigations in 1914", by E. Lester Jones. P. 149
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Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship PATHFINDER tied up at Anchorage. 30-foot tides are common.
Alaska, Anchorage 1961
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PATHFINDER tied up outboard of PIONEER at Kodiak.
1961July 4
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PATHFINDER and PIONEER at Kodiak.
Alaska, Kodiak 1961 June
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PATHFINDER leaving Seattle at beginning of season.
1961 Spring

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