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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Whale Sense Logo, signifying a joint endeavor of private industry, conservation groups, and NOAA to encourage whale-watch tour operators from Maine to Virginia to practice responsible viewing.
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Tagged dusky shark ready for release back to ocean.
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Angela Annino of Connecticut holds up an impressive striped bass, one of New England's most popular sport fish. Recreational anglers pumped more than $31 billion into the U.S. economy in 2006.
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Commercial catch of walleye pollock from the Bering Sea.
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Porbeagle shark
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Sandbar shark being released after measuring and taking tissue samples.
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Sockeye salmon
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Researchers removing very young salmon bound for the Atlantic from water-powered traps in a river.
Maine
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A submersible fish cage sitting on the surface for cleaning and inspection.
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Giant squid collected by NOAA off the Louisiana coast from the NOAA Ship GORDON GUNTER from a trawl at a depth of more than 1500 feet.
Louisiana offshore 2009 July 30
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NOAA scientists with giant squid aboard the NOAA research vessel GORDON GUNTER.
Louisiana offshore 2009 July 30
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NOAA scientists examining giant squid aboard the NOAA research vessel GORDON GUNTER off the Louisiana coast.
Louisiana offshore 2009 July 30
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Hunt's Mill Dam on the Ten Mile River. A project to build a migratory fish passage was begun here to help bring back blueback herring, alewives, and American shad.
Rhode Island, Providence.
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Public warning signs like these are posted in areas that have been closed due to high level of toxin in shellfish.
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NOAA seafood inspectors monitoring seafood to assure that it is safe and healthy.
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NOAA's new Southeast Fisheries Science Center's Pascagoula Laboratory.
Mississippi, Pascagoula
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Fisherman at mouth of Kennebec River.
Maine, Kennebec River
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Harmful algae Pseudo-nitzschia. This algae can adversely affect the razor clam fishery of Washington State.
Washington
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Dr. Cara Fields, an Audubon Wildlife Institute veterinarian, and Matt Boasso, a biologist with the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries , prepare to release a rehabilitated sea turtle into the Gulf of Mexico.
Gulf of Mexico 2010
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Dr. Brian Stacy, NOAA Fisheries veterinarian, prepares to release a sea turtle in federal waters off Louisiana.
Gulf of Mexico 2010
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Plastic particles are collected using a manta net that is towed on the surface of the water.
North Pacific Gyre 2010
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Sportfishing helps fuel coastal economies.
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Gloucester fishing port at sunset
Massachusetts, Gloucester 2011
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Map showing 2008 "Dead Zone" in Gulf of Mexico. Second largest dead zone with low oxygen content since measurements began in 1985.
Gulf of Mexico 2008
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Researches inspect survey sample of herring captured in the Lynn Canal.
Alaska, Lynn Canal 2008
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Researchers removing a black rubber strap that was wrapped around the head of a juvenile bottlenose dolphin, averting a life-threatening injury.
Georgia, Wilmington River 2008
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Researchers removing a black rubber strap that was wrapped around the head of a juvenile bottlenose dolphin, averting a life-threatening injury.
Georgia, Wilmington River 2008
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John Bartlett and his father show off a pair of mahi mahi caught near Oahu. Saltwater recreational fishermen are a boon to local economies.
Hawaii, Oahu 2009
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Young sport fisherman holding Atlantic salmon
Michigan, Lake Michigan
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Sport fisherman holding Atlantic salmon
Michigan, Lake Michigan
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Sport fishing in a dammed stream on a warm summer day
Michigan
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Silver carp caught by sport fisherman
Michigan
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Jumping carp
Michigan
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Globules of green algae
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A zebra mussel, an invasive species that causes much damage on the Great Lakes
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Zebra mussels, an invasive non-indigenous species.
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Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha)
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Quagga and zebra mussels collected from Lake Ontario
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Zebra mussels along Lake Michigan shoreline (near Ludington)
Michigan, Ludington
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Zebra mussels.
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Lake Michigan phytoplankton
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Zooplankton - Diporeia sp.
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Zooplankton - Diporeia sp.
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Zooplankton - Amphipod Gammaridae
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Zooplankton - Spiny water flea, Bythotrephes
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Zooplankton - Spiny water flea, Bythotrephes
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Zooplankton - Diporeia sp.
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Zooplankton - Daphnia mendotae with eggs
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Zooplankton - Naulpli.
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Zooplankton - Walleye, larval stage

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