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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia ?). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Sea-urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) , sea-star (Asterias rubens) and sea-star (Solaster endeca). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Sea-urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis) , sea-star (Asterias rubens) and sea-star (Solaster endeca). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Sea-urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis), sea-star (Asterias rubens) and sea-star (Solaster endeca) showing concentration at depth caused by desalination of the top layer of water. Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Actinia (Metridium senile) and sea-urchin (Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 15
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Ascidia (Ascidia Halocintia) and unknown eggs. Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 13C; air temp 7 C; depth 6 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Ascidia (Ascidia Halocintia) and unknown eggs. Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 13C; air temp 7 C; depth 6 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Ascidia (Ascidia Halocintia) and unknown eggs. Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 13C; air temp 7 C; depth 6 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Sea-star Crossaster papposus. Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 13C; air temp 7 C; depth 6 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia?). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 13C; air temp 7 C; depth 6 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia?). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 13C; air temp 7 C; depth 6 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Actinia (Metridium senile). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia?). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia?). Kislaia Bay, Lat. 69 18.0, Long. 33 40.5 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 3 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 16
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Red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 4C; air temp 9 C; depth 8 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 20
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia ?) and shrimp. Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 2C; air temp 9 C; depth 18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 20
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia ?) and shrimps. Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 2C; air temp 9 C; depth 18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 20
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Actinia (Actiniaria Tealia ?) and shrimps. Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 2C; air temp 9 C; depth 18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 20
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Running red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 3C; air temp 9 C; depth 12 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 May 20
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Returning with catch. Red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 4C; air temp 9 C.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 1
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Typical view of the coast of Kola bay in the spring. Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 4C; air temp 9 C.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 6
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Novice diver Vladislav A. Kartashov of theMMBI . Returning with catch. Red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 10 C.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 20
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The domestic crab (Lithodes maja) is becoming very rare. This specim is being displayed by MMBI post-graduate student Lyudmila Pavlova, a benthologist. Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 10 C.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 20
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The domestic crabs (Lithodes maja) and (Hyas araneus) are becoming rare. Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 6C; air temp 10 C; depth 12-18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 20
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Healing trace of an injury on a living female red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 4C; air temp 10 C; depth 18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 20
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Healing trace of an injury on a living female red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 4C; air temp 10 C; depth 18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 20
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Healing trace of an injury on a living female red king crab (Paralithodes camtschaticus). Kola Bay at Retinskoe, Lat. 69 7.2 N, Long. 33 24.2 E. Water temp 4C; air temp 10 C; depth 18 meters.
Russia, Barents Sea 2003 June 20
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Bongo nets being towed. These are used to capture plankton.
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Bongo net recovery. These are used to capture plankton.
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Bongo net recovery. These are used to capture plankton.
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Laboratory gear on NOAA Ship MILLER FREEMAN
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Preparing sample from Bongo net tow for microscopic examination
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Securing plankton from Bongo net tow for microscopic study
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Securing plankton from Bongo net tow for microscopic study
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Securing plankton from Bongo net tow for microscopic study
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Plankton samples for microscopic study. These were obtained during surface Bongo net tows.
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Scientist at microscope studying plankton obtained during Bongo net tow.
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Scientist at microscope studying plankton obtained during Bongo net tow.
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NOAA Fisheries employee John Harms determines the sex of a small Pacific Flatnose (Antimora microlepis) during the 2003 west coast groundfish trawl survey aboard the F/V Excalibur.
Pacific Ocean, West Coast United States 2003
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NOAA contracted welder installing a transducer housing on the chartered fishing vessel Noah's Ark during the 2005 west coast groundfish survey while in dry dock.
Pacific Ocean, West Coast United States 2005
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Phytoplankton - the foundation of the oceanic food chain.
New York Bight area 1973 ca.
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Phytoplankton - the foundation of the oceanic food chain.
New York Bight area 1973 ca.
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Phytoplankton - the foundation of the oceanic food chain.
New York Bight area 1973 ca.
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Marc Salyers displaying a lunker "striper" sea bass.
Maryland, Chesapeake Bay 2006

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