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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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The remote-operated vehicle (ROV) AERG-8, being deployed from the research vessel.
Antarctica, South Georgia Island
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ROV being deployed from the R/V Surveyor.
Antarctica, South Georgia Island
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The current director of the AMLR program, Dr. George Watters.
Antarctica, Cape George
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The NOAA ship R/V Surveyor stands before a dramatic landscape in the South Shetland Islands. The R/V Surveyor was used by the AMLR Program from 1987 to 1995.
Antarctica, South Georgia Island, Godthul
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Whalebone debris on the shorelines of the South Shetland Islands testify to their former use as whaling stations.
Antarctica, South Georgia Island, Godthul
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Dr. George Watters next to a whale rib.
Antarctica, South Georgia Island, Godthul
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Crab trap.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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Crab trap.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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A catch of spino crabs.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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A black rockcod caught in a research trawl.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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Dr. George Watters enjoys a brisk day on deck.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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Variation in shell condition in male spino crabs.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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Patagonian toothfish, aka Chilean sea bass.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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Crab fishermen.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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Measuring spino crabs.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands
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A team of AMLR scientists and Russian crew pull in trawling nets during the 1997 demersal fish survey aboard the R/V YUZHMORGEOLOGIYA
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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The trawl net deployed from the R/V YUZHMORGEOLOGIYA
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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AMLR scientists work diligently through inclement weather at the catch sorting station on the stern of the R/V YUZHMORGEOLOGIYA
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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The Russian ship R/V YUZHMORGEOLOGIYA was chartered by the AMLR Program from 1996 through 2009.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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Sea stars, crabs and octopus in a benthic invertebrate catch.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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A haul of icefish from a research trawl.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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An Antarctic ichthyologist holds a fish sample.
R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya, South Shetland Islands 1997 austral summer
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Capturing gentoo penguins for tagging and diet analysis; the birds are then released unharmed.
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana 1985 austral summer
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An aerial view of Copacabana field station and surrounding penguin colonies.
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana
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A remote observation shack must be anchored with heavy stones because of strong katabatic winds.
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana 1984
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A pair of chinstrap penguins.
Antarctica, Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island 1985
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Opus and Berkeley Breathed at Martha Jane's grave.
Antarctica 1987
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Opus' Mom's grave with Berkeley Breathed.
Antarctica 1987
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A rock formation at King George Island, nicknamed the Sphinx.
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana 1989
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An early AMLR field camp at King George Island.
Antarctica, King George Island 1976
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Lenie station with "cave" attached.
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana 1986
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Krill sorting outside the Copacabana field station.
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana 1989
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"The Box" (with picture of basketball coach Bobby Knight).
Antarctica, King George Island, Copacabana
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Skua chick.
Antarctica, King George Island 1978
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A pair of skuas protect their nest from AMLR field biologist who diligently records the animals' activities throughout the breeding season near the records the animals' activities throughout the breeding season near the
Antarctica, King George Island, Admiralty Bay 1982
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A kelp gull with a nearly full-grown chick perch atop rocks covered in red and black lichens.
Antarctica, King George Island 1981
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A banded skua stands on colorful rocks covered in green grasses and orange lichen.
Antarctica, King George Island
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A rare white phase of Southern giant petrel nests at King George Island. About 8% of Southern giant petrels are white.
Antarctica, King George Island 1993
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A southern giant petrel guards its chick.
Antarctica, King George Island 1993
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A brown skua sits on its nest.
Antarctica, King George Island
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A tagged skua steals eggs from a nest as Adelie penguins look on in defense of their own nests.
Antarctica, King George Island 1987
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A cape petrel rests on the ocean's surface.
Antarctica, Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island 1988
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An adult skua stretches its wings, revealing identification tags used by AMLR scientists to study foraging behavior of an animal throughout a single breeding season. The tags are molted off with the feathers at the end of the season.
Antarctica, King George Island 1976
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An adult skua stands on a lichen-covered rock. Identification tags are visible on its wing and both legs.
Antarctica, King George Island 1978
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A brown skua sits on its nest, barely visible amid the mottled pattern of browns and oranges on the surrouding rocks. Skuas are often difficult to see on their nests.
Antarctica, King George Island 1977
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Antarctic krill (Euphausia superba) feeding at the ice edge.
Antarctica
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An adult gentoo penguin feeding its chick.
Antarctica 1990
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Full moon over Admiralty Bay.The reflection silhouettes a lone penguin.
Antarctica, King George Island, Admiralty Bay
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Pancake ice surrounding King George Island. A little better than 1/2 moon shines down during the night-time pink-hued twilight.
Antarctica, King George Island 1987
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A skua flies away from an Adelie penguin colony with a stolen egg. Breeding pairs of skuas hold feeding territories in penguin colonies, and use those colonies as their hunting grounds.
Antarctica, King George Island 1985

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