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NOAA's Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Map showing dissolved oxygen in the Gulf of Mexico: 2010.
Gulf of Mexico
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Area of dissolved oxygen in the Gulf of Mexico: 1985-2010.
Gulf of Mexico.
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Simkins Dam on the Patapsco River in Maryland was bre3ached on October 21, 2010, opening up 20 miles of stream habitat and bringing it closer to being a thriving, free-flowing river.
Maryland, Patapsco River
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Boxes of frozen fillets of catfish of the genus Pangasius - called basa, swai, or sutchi - that were improted into the U.S. from Vietnam falsely labeled as sole to avoid anti-dumping duties. They were seized upon entry by NOAA Office of Law Enforcement and Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
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A researcher shows visitors microalgae tanks which supplies a steady supply of nutrients for young oysters.
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Mussels farmed in coastal areas and in the open ocean are one of the most promising sectors of the U.S. marine aquaculture industry. Workers harvest a mussel raft in Shelton, Washington.
Washington, Shelton
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Shellfish farming (oysters, clams, mussels) is the largest sector of the U.S. marine aquaculture industry and accounts for 2/3 of total U.S. marine aquaculture production. An oyster farm in the Damariscotta River.
Maine, Damariscotta River
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Jim Cook, a longline fishing boat owner and vice president of Pacific Ocean Producers, leads an early morning tour for MAFAC members and NOAA Fisheries staff at the Honolulu Fish Auction.
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Scientists from NOAA Fisheries Service and its state and nonprofit partners successfully used at-sea chemical sedation to help cut the remaining ropes from a young North Atlantic right whale. The sedative given to the whale allowed the disentanglement team to safely approach the animal and remove 50 feet of rope which was wrapped through its mouth and around its flippers.
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An adult Atlantic salmon from one of the world's most productive rivers, the River Teno in northern Norway.
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Atlantic cod.
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Atlantic sturgeon.
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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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