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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Frozen tuna awaiting processing
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Cases of canned tuna at Columbia River Packers Association warehouse
Oregon, Astoria
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Cases of canned tuna at Columbia River Packers Association warehouse.
Oregon, Astoria
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Frozen tuna awaiting processing
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Fresh water paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) 45.5 inches in length, 15 pounds.
Iowa, Fairport
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Fresh water paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) 45.5 inches in length, 15 pounds.
Iowa, Fairport
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Paper nautilus caught off Virginia Key. 5-inches in diameter.
Florida, Miami 1971 circa
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Paper nautilus caught off Virginia Key. 5-inches in diameter.
Florida, Miami 1971 circa
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Red parrotfish (Sparisoma abildgaardi)
1956 circa
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White-banded parrotfish
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Parrotfish
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Red parrotfish (Sparisoma abildgaardi)
1956 circa
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Pearl cameo shell - Sardonyx helmet shell with a portrait of Columbus.
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Yellow perch on deck.
Wisconsin, Green Bay
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A large catch of Pacific Ocean perch made during exploratory trawling off Oregon coast. Catch is alongside of USFWS Ship JOHN N. COBB.
Oregon
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A large catch of Pacific Ocean perch made during exploratory trawling off Oregon coast. Catch is alongside of USFWS Ship JOHN N. COBB.
Oregon
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A floater of Pacific Ocean perch alongside the USFWS ship JOHN N. COBB. This catch, about 8,000 pounds, was taken off Central Oregon during deep-water trawl operations.
Oregon
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Young ocean perch collected with a mid-water trawl in the Gulf of Maine for a study of the growth characteristics of the species. Fish in left column collected in the first week in August. The fish in the right column were collected in the middle of September.
Massachusetts, Woods Hole 1965 circa
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Yellow perch (Perca americana) drawn by H. L. Todd. A fresh water species.
1950 circa photo
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Perry PC 8 submarine being deployed
1971 circa
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John McHone of Old Dominion University, Institute of Oceanography, at observation bubble of Perry Submarine PC 8.
New Jersey northern coast 1971 October 7
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Retrieving Perry PC 8 submersible.
New Jersey northern coast 1971 October 7
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Perry PC 8 submersible underwater.
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Non-described area studies for project out of Boothbay Harbor Laboratory. Possibly dive locations.
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U.S Forest Service, Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and Bureau of Commercial Fisheries personnel assembled at Skowl Arm for aerial spraying experiment in connection with pesticide studies.
Alaska, Polk Inlet 1963 June 18
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National pesticide monitoring sites.
1970 circa
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Plankton sampling device developed for use in an estuary's peripheral marshes. Estuaries provide critical primary nursery areas for small fish and
Texas, Galveston
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Pigfish (Pomodasyss fulvomaculatus)
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Northern pike (Ecox lucius). Drawing by G. T. Sundstrum.
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Wall-eyed pike (Stizostedion vitreum). This is a fresh water fish ranging from Alaska to Labrador and lives in streams and lakes.
1943 photo
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Porpoises captured in tuna seine net. Such occurrences led to the development of nets designed to allow the escape of these marine mammals which were caught incidentally to tuna fishing.
1971 circa
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School of porpoise in the tropical East Pacific Ocean.
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Plankton net recovery on board USC&GS OCEANOGRAPHER during its 1967 global expedition.
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Scientists from sixteen countries participated on various legs of the 1967 scientific global expedition of the USC&GS OCEANOGRAPHER. L-R: Mr. Juanito Fernandez of the Philippine Bureau of Mines; Dr. Philip Kyan Myint, Burma; and Dr. Gatot Rahardjo, Institute of Marine Science of Indonesia. They are examing in the haul taken by a plankton net.
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Plankton net recovery on board USC&GS OCEANOGRAPHER during its 1967 global expedition.
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Mr. Juanito Fernandez of the Philippine Bureau of Mines (on left) observes deployment of Hardy automatic plankton sampler on board the USC&GS OCEANOGRAPHER during its around the world maiden voyage.
Western Pacific Ocean 1967
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Dr. Eric Hagmeier of Kiel University recovering plankton net on board US Coast Guard Cutter CASCO during EQUALANT II.
1963 August
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Vertical sampling plankton net being deployed.
1965 circa
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Collecting sample following three-hour tow of High-speed micronekton net used to collect organisms in surface waters. The net is made of an open weave, nylon, woven mesh. on-board Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship EXPLORER cruise from Seattle to Norfolk, the first international expedition of the USC&GS.
1960 March
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High-speed micronekton net used to collect organisms in surface waters. The net is made of an open weave, nylon, woven mesh. on-board Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship EXPLORER cruise from Seattle to Norfolk, the first international expedition of the USC&GS.
1960 March
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High-speed micronekton net used to collect organisms in surface waters. The net is made of an open weave, nylon, woven mesh. on-board Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship EXPLORER cruise from Seattle to Norfolk, the first international expedition of the USC&GS.
1960 March
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Plankton net being deployed on C&GS Ship PIONEER - probably during 1964 Indian Ocean Expedition.
1964 March 20
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Recovering plankton sample
1965 July 15
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Plankton net recovery on board USC&GS OCEANOGRAPHER during its 1967 global expedition.
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Plankton samplers on display.
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General view of marine biological laboratory at the University of Delhi.
India, University of Delhi
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Hypophysectomy being performed on fish at the University of Delhi in a NOAA supported international project.
India, University of Delhi
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The separation of hundreds of thousands of fish larvae from the plankton samples taken on nine THEODORE N. GILL cruises required many hours of tedious and careful microscope work.
Georgia, Brunswick
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The sorting of fish larvae to major groups and sizes and the identification of the hundreds of species of fish occurring the study area is a monumental task requiring careful microscopic examination of larvae and constitutes a major effort of the South Atlantic Biological Investigations personnel.
Georgia, Brunswick
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Plankton unusually rich in mixed fish species.
Mexico, gulf of California 1971 circa

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