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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Empty plastic unit with mesh bottom used for holding clam spat at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Clam spat in plastic unit used for culture at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Dominic Preiswick NOAA OAR looks at veliger larva under a microscope at one of the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute laboratories.
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Clam spat being held in trays in a recirculating tank for grow-out at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Laboratory
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Pond grow-out at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Dr. Kelo Park, NOAA retiree, and Harbor Branch researcher during overview tour of systems at the laboratories.
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Circular tank with cover and insulation to maintain temperature control for culture of fish at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Harbor Branch staff showing pipe system used for recirculating tanks.
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Recirculating raceways being used for Southern Flounder culture Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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Recirculating raceways being drained for maintenance Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Florida, Harbor Branch December 2001
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Epcot Living Seas Aquarist, Jane Davis, discusses health procedures in the veterinary laboratory while Dr. Yasuaki Nakamura, UJNR Panel Chair, and others look on.
Florida, Disney World, Orlando December 2001
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Epcot Living Seas Aquarist, Jane Davis shows bulletin board where chemistry data for the aquarium is kept.
Florida, Disney World, Orlando December 2001
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Epcot Living Seas systems blueprint illustrating volume of water chilled and moved.
Florida, Disney World, Orlando December 2001
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Outside view of tanks and filtration systems for Epcot Living Seas Aquarium
Florida, Disney World, Orlando December 2001
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View of a Florida ornamental aquaculture greenhouse facility. Note the use of cement coffins for tanks culture. University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Protected herons feeding outside an ornamental pond culture facility at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Juvenile Atlantic sturgeon in a conservation culture project at the University of Florida, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Program
Gainesville, Florida December 2001
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Atlantic sturgeon held for broodstock in recirculating tank. University of Florida, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Program
Gainesville, Florida December 2001
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Snook, Centropomus undecimalus, in an aquarium at the Epcot Living Seas exhibit.
Orlando, Florida December 2001
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Dr. Yusuaki Nakamura, Japanese Panel Chair of UJNR meeting is given overview of control desk at the Epcot Living Seas Aquarium facility by Aquarium Director, Jane Davis
Orlando, Florida December 2001
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Outside view of tanks and filtration systems for Epcot Living Seas Aquarium
Florida, Disney World, Orlando December 2001
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Aquaculture researchers observe the circular plastic tank system at the Florida Stock Enhancement Research Facility.
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Filter unit in front of ornamental fish tanks at University of Florida Institute of Food and Agriculturl Sciences Laboratory
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Assembly line style fish tagging system at the Florida Stock Enhancement Research Facility
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Assembly line style fish tagging system at the Florida Stock Enhancement Research Facility
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Bucket of red drum fingerlings for stock enhancement program.
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Pond stocking of red drum fingerlings for Florida stock enhancement programs
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Pond stocking of red drum fingerlings for Florida stock enhancement programs. Netting covering ponds is to prevent bird predation on stock.
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Pond for stocking of red drum with netting for bird predation. Pond liner is visibile on sides and prevents erosion and weed growth.
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Wetland area for drainage and overflow of red drum grow-out ponds.
Port Manatee, Florida December 2001
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Ponds for fish culture with open framework showing. Frame is covered with plastic to moderate colder winter temperatures in Central Florida.
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Filtration unit for greenhouse re-circulating system in aquaculture.
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Greenhouse aquaculture tanks with algae culture containers for larval food distribution at end.
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Indoor aquarium system for ornamental fish culture.
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Japanese scientists study indoor aquarium system used for ornamental fish culture.
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Concrete coffins used for ornamental fish culture in central Florida.
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Ornamental being cultured for the Florida aquarium industry Clown Loach (Botia macracantha)
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Clown Loach (Botia macracantha) in an aquarium at the Florida Institute of food and Agricultue Laboratroy
Ruskin, Florida December 2001
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Dr. Megan Davis, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution discussing culture of culture queen conch, Strombus gigas,
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001
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Juvenile strombus gigas on sandy bottom in flow-through tank.
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001
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Clam hatchery and nursery at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute. Dr. Megan Davis is studying clam in hanging baskets in flow through system.
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001
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Close up of clams in hanging baskets in flow through system at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001
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Ornamental aquarium fish being cultured at the Harbor Branch Oceanographi Institute.
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001
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Juvenile Atlantic sturgeon in a conservation culture project at the University of Florida, Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Program
Gainesville, Florida December 2001
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Dr. Frank Chapman at the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences in Florida discusses the culture of Atlantic sturgeon.
Gainesville, Florida December 2001
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Circular tank at the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences aquaculture laboratory is covered to maintain temperature during Florida's winter months. Tank contains juvenile Atlantic sturgeon.
Gainesville, Florida December 2001
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Atlantic sturgeon grown from juvenile as part of conservation project at the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences aquaculture laboratory.
Gainesville, Florida December 2001
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A good picture of algae culture tanks with different colors showing different densities and different species being cultured for feeding to larval fish. Note full spectrum lights reflecting on tanks to stimulate growth.
December 2001
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Juvenile Strombus gigus on sandy bottom of tank. This is part of the shellfish culture program at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute.
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001
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Dr. Megan Davis, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, holds large Strombus gigas to illustrate size of adult while discussing culture of this mollusc with Dr. James McVey NOAA and others.
Ft. Pierce, Florida December 2001

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