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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Empty algae growth tank waiting to be stocked by students. at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Lighting system with simple screening to reduce light intensity. at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Handmade nets ready for algae growth. at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Close-up view of handmade net used in growing marine algae. at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School laboratory with spectroscope and other measuring equipment for monitoring water chemistry and quality at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School pathology lab where work is done on algae cultue and studies on finfish and shellfish diseases at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School bulletin board illustrating exchange activities with China at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School bulletin board illustrating student activities in boatbuilding and at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School satellite conference room where exchange education activities occur with local colleges as well as internationally at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School satellite conference room where exchange education activities occur with local schools as well as internationally at Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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School laboratory where weather activites for the northeast are monitored. At Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Scallops being measured by students at the Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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High School student hanging socks of scallop spat for grow-out in the harbor. At Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Rack called the Ikata system which was introduced to students through and exchange with Chinese scientists. In Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Students and staff on the National Marine Service Milford ship lowering sock nets with scallops for grow-out. In Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Shrimp being measured by students at the Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School at Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Picture of the Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Algae spores being added to the "soup" for growth on hand-made nets. Dr. Peimen Hei from China and Dr. Charles Yarish for U of Connecticut in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Microscopic view of young porphyra algae being cultured by students at the Bridgeport Regional Vocational Aquaculture School in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Connecticut, USA 2002
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Photo of plastic circular aquaculture tanks and greehhouses used for aquaculture
Florida 2001
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Photo of plastic circular aquaculture tanks and greehhouses used for aquaculture
Florida December, 2001
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Dr. Craig Watson giving an overview of the ornamental fish farm industry
Ruskin, Florida December, 2001
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Dr. Megan Davis, Aquaculture Director, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Inst. provides tour of systems used for clams and conch in recirculating systems
Florida, Harbor Branch December, 2001
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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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