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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Tomtates hiding in crevice.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Moray eel hiding under a sponge.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Coney with a parasitic isopod attached below its eye.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Two lionfish seen over a relatively barren bottom. Lionfish are an invasive species that are displacing indigenous species.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A spotted moray eel is viewed in the right center of the image.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A diverse scene of three types of "black corals", a small purple diodogorgia octocoral, and numerous sponges including a large white sponge.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Large hydroid "bushes."
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. A sandy bottom with what seems to be numerous tube worms.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Jellyfish in marine snow.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship PISCES. Hungry tarpon waiting for tidbits in the shallow nearshore of Frederiksted, St. Croix.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship HENRY BIGELOW. Flying fish.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A substantial catch of fish and invertebrates coming aboard for sorting.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A substantial catch of fish and invertebrates coming aboard for sorting.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A substantial catch of fish and invertebrates coming aboard for sorting.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Emptying the catch in the sorting baskets.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Emptying the catch of menhaden in a sorting bin.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. The trawl net captured a netful of menhaden.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Bruce Taterka shoveling menhaden.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Emptying another trawl net into sorting baskets.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A large catch (380 KG) coming aboard for sorting.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A full sorting bin after a 380 KG catch.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Otter trawl net extending off the starboard side of the OREGON II. When lowered into the water, the doors will spread the mouth of the net.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Otter trawl being recovered.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship DELAWARE II. A catch of herring at the cod end of the trawl net.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Otter trawl ready for deployment.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Otter trawl ready for deployment. n
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Otter trawl in water on a very calm day in clear water showing spread of net mouth and attitude of doors in spreading net open.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A large roughtail stingray (Dasyatis centroura) coming aboard in the trawl net.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Releasing the roughtail stingray (Dasyatis centroura) from the trawl net.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. After release, the roughtail stingray swam vigorously away.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. A huge sample (over 500 kg) collected after a 30-minute trawl.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship DELAWARE II. A dredge haul of rocks with little biota collected from the seafloor off New England.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship DELAWARE II. Dredge ready for deployment.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship DELAWARE II. Sorting through dredge haul of rocks, broken shells, clams, and scallops.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the R/V HUGH R. SHARP. A dredge load of scallops with a barndoor skate on top.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Trawl catch in the wet lab prior to sorting.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. Trawl catch in the wet lab prior to sorting.
2010
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OREGON II. O.5 kg and a lot of sargassum weed, a number of shrimp, a fish or two and a few salps was all that was obtained from this thirty minute trawl.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A trawl sample of pollock being conveyed into the wet lab for sorting and study.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the Skidway Institute of Oceanography R/V SAVANNAH. An octopus beak was found in the stomach of this scamp grouper while dissecting it.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. An otolith (ear bone) from an Alaska pollock.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. A comparison of otolith sizes. These otoliths were taken from pollock that were 12.5 cm, 24.5 cm, 30.5 cm, 39.0 cm, 55.5 cm, and 70.0 cm respectively.
2012
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Two otoliths from a pollock. The one on the left shows the convex surface, the other shows the concave surface.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. The MOCC apparatus being readied for deployment. MOCC stands for Multiple Opening and Closing Codend.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Preparing to deploy a trawl net.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Hooking the net to the A-Frame.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Preparing the "tangles" at the end of the net for deployment.
2011
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Teacher at Sea on board the NOAA Ship OSCAR DYSON. Unwinding the net from its spool.
2011

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