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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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20 & 60 cm Bongo frames, 505/335/153 micron mesh nets recovery
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20 & 60 cm Bongo frames, 505/335/153 micron mesh nets recovery
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20 & 60 cm Bongo frames, 505/335/153 micron mesh nets recovery
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20 & 60 cm Bongo frames, 505/335/153 micron mesh nets recovery
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20 & 60 cm Bongo frames, 505/335/153 micron mesh nets recovery
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20 & 60 cm Bongo frames, 505/335/153 micron mesh nets recovery
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multinet sampling frame with 5-depth sampling codends
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multinet sampling frame with 5-depth sampling codends
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multinet sampling frame with 5-depth sampling codends
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multinet sampling frame deployment
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multinet sampling frame deployment
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multinet sampling frame deployment
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multinet sampling frame with 5-depth sampling codends
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Neuston tow net on surface collecting plankton, algae, and small fish.
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Neuston tow net on surface collecting plankton, algae, and small fish.
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Hosing down the neuston net to collect plankton in the cod end.
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Deploying the neuston net.
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Deploying the neuston tow.
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Hoop net for collecting plankton.
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California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigation (CalCOFI) Vertical
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Bongo net being towed on surface.
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Bongo net being towed on surface.
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Neuston tow net on surface collecting plankton, algae, and small fish.
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Neuston tow net on surface collecting plankton, algae, and small fish.
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A sample from one of the bongo nets. It is apparent why images of individual organisms are difficult to acquire. There are thousands in this sample.
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Zooplankton Samples
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Zooplankton Samples
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Zooplankton Samples
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Zooplankton Samples
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Larval fish captured in net tow.
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Measuring larval fish - 8 millimeters in length.
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Krill and copepods under the microscope
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Hyperiid (Microsetella rosea)
2011
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A hooded nudibranch in a sample dish.
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A copepod and fish eggs seen under the microscope.
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Copepods, fish eggs and other "things" seen under the microscope.
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A mass of krill collected. The black dots are their eyes.
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These are all larval fish. Top left is a lizard fish. The bigger one in the center is a cutlass fish.
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Invertebrates and fish eggs collected in a plankton net.
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A sample acquired in a bongo net filled with zooplankton.
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Healthy pteropod
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Unhealthy pteropod showing effects of ocean acidification including ragged, dissolving shell ridges on upper surface, a cloudy shell in lower right quadrant , and severe abrasions and weak spots at 6:30 position on lower whorl of shell.
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Dissolution of surface of pteropod shell caused by ocean acidification as shown by scanning electron microscope.
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Marine debris - microchips of plastic permeating the upper surface of the ocean. These small chips and other debris can be ingested by small biota and lead either to their death or ultimately ending up in the food chain.
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Marine debris - microchips of plastic permeating the upper surface of the ocean. These small chips and other debris can be ingested by small biota and lead either to their death or ultimately ending up in the food chain.
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Marine debris - microchips of plastic permeating the upper surface of the ocean. These small chips and other debris can be ingested by small biota and lead either to their death or ultimately ending up in the food chain.
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Marine debris - microchips of plastic permeating the upper surface of the ocean. These small chips and other debris can be ingested by small biota and lead either to their death or ultimately ending up in the food chain.
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Marine debris - microchips of plastic permeating the upper surface of the ocean. These small chips and other debris can be ingested by small biota and lead either to their death or ultimately ending up in the food chain.
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Marine debris - microchips of plastic permeating the upper surface of the ocean. These small chips and other debris can be ingested by small biota and lead either to their death or ultimately ending up in the food chain.
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Marine debris - strands of plastic found in the upper surface of the oceans. Various forms of plastic and other virtually indestructible artificial materials are now found throughout the world ocean.

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