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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Touring Dakar harbor fisheries vessels observing methods of industrialized fishing in Senegalese waters. Mending nets.
Senegal, Dakar
2601 thumbnail picture
Senegalese fisheries patrol vessel.
Senegal, Dakar
2602 thumbnail picture
Senegalese fisheries patrol officer uniform patch.
Senegal, Dakar
2603 thumbnail picture
Scale for measuring fish width for assurance of comliance with regulations.
Senegal, Dakar
2604 thumbnail picture
Artisanal fishing craft seen offshore.
Senegal, Dakar
2605 thumbnail picture
Artisanal fishing craft seen offshore.
Senegal, Dakar
2606 thumbnail picture
Artisanal fishing craft decorated with image of dolphin fish and bill fish. Perhaps this fisherman has had experiences similar to the Old Man of the "Old Man and the Sea."
Senegal, Dakar
2607 thumbnail picture
English language poster discussing aquaculture and the potential for harmful algal blooms in Senegalese waters.
Senegal, Dakar
2608 thumbnail picture
NOAA NMFS Fisheries representative Teresa Turk with Senegal fisheries representative.
Senegal, Dakar
2609 thumbnail picture
Students from the Ghana observer training
Ghana
2610 thumbnail picture
US Navy rescue diver providing instruction to Ghanaian observer trainees
Ghana
2611 thumbnail picture
Safety training for the Ghanaian observers
Ghana
2612 thumbnail picture
NOAA trainer John LaFargue instructing the Ghanaian observers on how to right the life raft
Ghana
2613 thumbnail picture
NOAA trainer John Lafargue holding the righting strap on the life raft
Ghana
2614 thumbnail picture
Ghanian observer trainee getting inside the life raft
Ghana
2615 thumbnail picture
Ghanian observer trainee getting inside the life raft
Ghana
2616 thumbnail picture
Fish drying at a local artisanal landing site
Ghana
2617 thumbnail picture
NOAA fisheries scientist Teresa Turk and Ghanaian observer, Richmond Quartey, standing next to drying fish operation
Ghana
2618 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian artisanal boats landing fish
Ghana
2619 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian fishing nets
Ghana
2620 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian fishing nets
Ghana
2621 thumbnail picture
Small pelagic fish caught by Ghanaian artisanal fishers
Ghana
2622 thumbnail picture
Ghanian observer trainee looking at small pelagic fish
Ghana
2623 thumbnail picture
NOAA fisheries scientist Teresa Turk and Ghanaian observer trainees at artisanal landing site
Ghana
2624 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian artisanal boats landing fish
Ghana
2625 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian artisanal boats landing fish
Ghana
2626 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian fishers mending nets
Ghana
2627 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian fishers mending nets
Ghana
2628 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian fishers mending nets
Ghana
2629 thumbnail picture
Ghanaian fishers mending nets
Ghana
2630 thumbnail picture
Artisanal landing site-outside Tema, Ghana
Ghana
2631 thumbnail picture
In the foreground, NOAA fisheries scientist Teresa Turk and Ghanaian observer, Richmond Quartey, looking at the fish drying operation outside Tema, Ghana
Ghana
2632 thumbnail picture
Local Ghana fisherman carrying outboard motor across the landing site
Ghana
2633 thumbnail picture
Gathering dried fish for market
Ghana
2634 thumbnail picture
Dried fish ready to be taken to the market
Ghana
2635 thumbnail picture
Tangled marine debris consisting of derelict nets, rope, and hooks.
2636 thumbnail picture
Removing marine debris from entangled right whale
Florida 2008 December 26
2637 thumbnail picture
Right whale towing marine debris
Florida 2008 December 26
2638 thumbnail picture
Right whale entangled with marine debris
Florida 2008 December 26
2639 thumbnail picture
Plastic marine debris collected inside the cod end of the manta net after a tow. This sample is dominated by very small plastic particles - the white particles are approximately 1/2 centimeter across.
Pacific Ocean 2010
2640 thumbnail picture
Plankton is collected on silk mesh as water flows through the continuous plankton recorder.
Pacific Ocean 2010
2641 thumbnail picture
The continuous plankton recorder being deployed from the NOAA Ship OKEANOS EXPLORER during a expedition across the Pacific Ocean.
Pacific Ocean 2010
2642 thumbnail picture
North Atlantic right whale that a team of state and federal biologists assisted in disentangling off Daytona Beach.
Florida, Daytona Beach 2010 December 30
2643 thumbnail picture
Aerial view of North Atlantic right whale that a team of state and federal biologists assisted in disentangling off Daytona Beach.
Florida, Daytona Beach 2010 December 30
2644 thumbnail picture
North Atlantic right whale that a team of state and federal biologists assisted in disentangling off Daytona Beach.
Florida, Daytona Beach 2010 December 30
2645 thumbnail picture
North Atlantic right whale that a team of state and federal biologists assisted in disentangling off Daytona Beach.
Florida, Daytona Beach 2010 December 30
2646 thumbnail picture
Scientists from NOAA Fisheries Service approaching a young North Atlantic right whale they disentangled on January 15 off Cape Canaveral.
Florida, Cape Canaveral
2647 thumbnail picture
North Atlantic right whale entangled in line, visible across the head and trailing in the water beneath the whale past its tail.
2003 May 20
2648 thumbnail picture
Small plastic debris visible from the surface of the water during an expedition in the Pacific Ocean on the OKEANOS EXPLORER. This material is practically indestructible in this form and can possibly harm marine organisms for years.
2010
2649 thumbnail picture
Karenia brevis algal bloom off the coast of Texas.
Texas coast

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