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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Bluefish (Pomatomus saltatrix) from drawing by H. L. Todd.
2151 thumbnail picture
Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus) from drawing by H. L. Todd
2152 thumbnail picture
Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus) from drawing by G. T. Sundstrom
2153 thumbnail picture
Sheep-head (Pacific) male (Pimelometopon pulchrum) from drawing by G. T. Sundstrom.
2154 thumbnail picture
Sheefish from George River, Alaska.
Alaska, George River 1955 circa
2155 thumbnail picture
Sheefish from George River, Alaska. close-up of mouth.
Alaska, George River 1955 circa
2156 thumbnail picture
Drying sheefish
Alaska, Kotzebue 1950 circa
2157 thumbnail picture
Drying sheefish
Alaska, Kotzebue 1950 circa
2158 thumbnail picture
Drying sheefish
Alaska, Kotzebue 1950 circa
2159 thumbnail picture
Drying sheefish
Alaska, Kotzebue 1950 circa
2160 thumbnail picture
Drying sheefish
Alaska, Kotzebue 1950 circa
2161 thumbnail picture
Anchor being retrieved on FWS patrol vessel SHEARWATER II. Frank Beals, manager of the Kodiak Wildlife Refuge, handles the line.
Alaska, Kodiak Island 1950 circa
2162 thumbnail picture
Black-spot disease in shrimp.
1955 circa
2163 thumbnail picture
Apparatus used in shrimp respiration studies
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2164 thumbnail picture
Respiration studies with Warburg respirometer. Zoula Zein-Eldin is the researcher in the photo who had an illustrious fifty-year career at the Galveston Laboratory NMFS Laboratory, retiring on July 7, 2004.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2165 thumbnail picture
By controlling temperature, food, and the quality of water, brown shrimp were reared in the laboratory from egg to juvenile stage.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2166 thumbnail picture
Reward poster for return of stained shrimp
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2167 thumbnail picture
Shrimp marking
Texas, Galveston 1961
2168 thumbnail picture
BCF biologist measures length of shrimp from market sample at Gulf coast port. Large amounts of data on sizes and kinds of shrimp entering commercial landings are used in research to determine the present and future status of Gulf Coast shrimp resources.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2169 thumbnail picture
Life cycle of shrimp. Spawned in the ocean, the larvae migrate to inshore nursery areas. As the shrimp grow, they return to sea where they comprise one of the most valuable of commercial fisheries.
Texas, Galveston 1955 circa
2170 thumbnail picture
Larval stages of the white shrimp (Penaeus setiferus)
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2171 thumbnail picture
Larval stages of the white shrimp (Penaeus setiferus)
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2172 thumbnail picture
Rechecking dimensions of marked shrimp recovered during mark- recapture experiment undertaken to evaluate rate of shrimp growth. Shrimp Dynamics Program.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2173 thumbnail picture
Shrimp
Texas, Galveston 1955 circa
2174 thumbnail picture
Preparing paper chromatograms for identification of shrimp postlarvae.
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2175 thumbnail picture
Sampling to determine food consumption of isolated shrimp
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2176 thumbnail picture
Shrimp staining
Texas, Galveston 1961 June
2177 thumbnail picture
Marking shrimp with tags and biological stains provides BCF scientists with information on migrations, growth, age, and fishing and natural mortality rates.
Texas, Galveston 1964
2178 thumbnail picture
Water table and water treatment apparatus used in larval shrimp rearing studies.
1960 circa
2179 thumbnail picture
Zeula Zein-Eldin adds water to containers used to rear larval shrimp
Texas, Galveston 1960 circa
2180 thumbnail picture
Measuring shrimp caught in research trawl
1960 circa
2181 thumbnail picture
Diagram of the life cycle of the white shrimp
1968 circa
2182 thumbnail picture
A school of dogfish sharks
1970 circa
2183 thumbnail picture
A school of dogfish sharks
1970 circa
2184 thumbnail picture
Dead porpoise being eaten by sharks under a cloud of dissolved bluestone.
California, San Diego
2185 thumbnail picture
Spinner or large blacktip sharks, some 7-footers, follow a shrimp boat to feed on bycatch thrown overboard during shrimping operations
Georgia, Brunswick 1960 circa
2186 thumbnail picture
Hoisting sandbar shark, Carcharhinus milberti, aboard shark fishing vessel
Florida, Salerno 1960 circa
2187 thumbnail picture
A commercial fisherman off the east coast of Florida preparing to remove the hook from the jaw of a 12-foot tiger shark
Florida, Salerno 1960 circa
2188 thumbnail picture
Soupfin shark gillnets
Oregon, Astoria
2189 thumbnail picture
Spinner or large blacktip sharks, some 7-footers, follow a shrimp boat to feed on bycatch thrown overboard during shrimping operations
Georgia, Brunswick
2190 thumbnail picture
Shark caught during shrimp trawling operation on FWS ship OREGON
Mississippi, Pascagoula 1955 circa
2191 thumbnail picture
Shark caught during shrimp trawling operation on FWS ship OREGON
Mississippi, Pascagoula 1955 circa
2192 thumbnail picture
Shark caught during shrimp trawling operation on FWS ship OREGON
Mississippi, Pascagoula 1955 circa
2193 thumbnail picture
Shark caught during shrimp trawling operation on FWS ship OREGON
Mississippi, Pascagoula 1955 circa
2194 thumbnail picture
Dissecting shark caught during shrimp trawling operation on FWS ship OREGON
Mississippi, Pascagoula 1955 circa
2195 thumbnail picture
Dissected shark on FWS ship OREGON
Mississippi, Pascagoula 1955 circa
2196 thumbnail picture
A shark long-line, baited, preparatory to setting. This line, entirely of chain , was formerly used in the Florida shark fishery. It was customary to set the line at full speed and handling was very tricky and dangerous.
Florida, Stuart
2197 thumbnail picture
A small portion of a record catch of dogfish taken by the ALBATROSS IV in 100 fathoms of water south of Nantucket. Note the dogfish sticking out of the meshes of the net. The weight of the total catch was in excess of 12,000 pounds.
Massachusetts, Nantucket Island area 1965 circa
2198 thumbnail picture
A school of dogfish sharks
1970 circa
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The "pigeye" shark, Carcharhinus azureus, bears plump live pups that are ready to forage upon birth.
California, San Diego

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