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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Mapping Sackett Bank. The heavy line is the bottom and the snow-like display above the bottom is the reflection of biota in the water column.
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A sea pen octocoral (Pennatulacea) with an accompanying striped nudibranch (middle right) which feeds exclusively on sea pens.
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Nematode worms on a pollock liver. Most pollock caught had these parasites.
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The two large pink or orange lobes are female pollock ovaries.
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A HabCam display of a sandy bottom with many sand dollars, relatives of starfish , seen on the seafloor.
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The NOAA HabCam winch monitor display.
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Monkfish.
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Yellowbelly flounder.
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Cod, pollock, and haddock in baskets waiting to get counted and measured.
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Windowpane flounder being sorted and measured.
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Mackerel caught on the Scotian Shelf.
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Survey technician Adria McClain holding a spiny lobster,
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Juvenile sablefish stomach contents with age-0 walleye pollock
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The Niskin bottle rosette sampler being deployed from the NOAA Ship PISCES in the New York Bight area.
2013 February
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Sample expendable bathythermograph (XBT) temperature profile taken July 22, 2011.
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SeaCAT CTD sensor.
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Oxygen data acquired during CTD operations.
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Fluorescence data acquired during CTD operations. The green line effectively shows the amount of phytoplankton in the water column at different depths. The oxygen maximum and fluorescence maximum coincide.
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The thermocline, the location of a distinct break in the slope of declining water temperature with depth. In this example, the abrupt change in slope at 36 meters water depth, coincides with both oxygen and fluorescence maxima.
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Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Deploying Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Deploying Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Deploying Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Collecting oxygen sample from depth controlled Nansen bottle opening.
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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Recovering Oscar Dyson CTD Carousel Array
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A Niskin bottle attached to wire for deployment.
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A CTD rosette unit being retrieved.
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Resetting Oscar Elton Sette CTD Nansen Bottles for deployment
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Deploying Oscar Elton Sette CTD Carousel Array
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Deploying Oscar Elton Sette CTD Carousel Array
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A camera sled being deployed from the NOAA Ship NANCY FOSTER.
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Genevieve Davis and Chris Tremblay deploying a bottom mounted passive recording instrument called a MARU for Marine Autonomous Recording Unit.
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Deploying PIFSC moored video camera (note baited squid)
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Deploying PIFSC moored video camera (note baited squid)
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Deploying PIFSC moored video camera (note baited squid)
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Deploying PIFSC moored video camera (note baited squid)
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Deploying PIFSC moored video camera (note baited squid)
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Deploying PIFSC moored video camera (note baited squid)
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Setting a mid-water trawl on the NOAA Ship PISCES.
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An autonomous underwater vehicle being lowered to the water prior to sending on its maiden mapping voyage.
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The autonomous underwater vehicle begins its pre-set mapping mission.
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Deployment of a towed camera system.
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Straining bucket to capture zooplankton.
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Artist's conception of multibeam sonar on NOAA Ship NANCY FOSTER

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