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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Fisheries Biological Laboratory roadsign on U.S.70. NYA project. Letters cut from masonite pressed wood.
3901 thumbnail picture
Terrapin breeding pens on south side of Beaufort Laboratory.
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Captain Hatsell, foreman, feeding adult terrapin on scrap fish.
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The small male terrapin rates considerable respect as father of a family of 4 to 6 females which produce over 100 fertilized eggs each per year. If the females are separated from the male they will continue producing fertilized eggs for 3 years. The male eats considerable seafood for his size and has wives over 50 years old that produce as many eggs as the young ones.
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Drawing of Kemp's Ridley sea turtle
3905 thumbnail picture
Description not available.
3906 thumbnail picture
Description not available.
3907 thumbnail picture
Loggerhead turtle
3908 thumbnail picture
Full grown green sea turtle
1962
3909 thumbnail picture
BCF scuba diver brings up jumbo lobster
Maine, Boothbay Harbor
3910 thumbnail picture
Scuba diver inside tuna purse seine
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The submersible ASHERAH, a small two-man research vehicle operated by the University of Pennsylvania Penn Museum between 1964 and 1969. In spite of the caption, it appears it was primarily used for archaeological work in the Mediterranean.
1967 circa
3912 thumbnail picture
BCF diver collecting specimens.
New York, Long Island, Jones Inlet 1966 November
3913 thumbnail picture
Tuna seen from observation chamber of BCF research vessel.
Hawaii
3914 thumbnail picture
Tuna seen from observation chamber of BCF research vessel.
Hawaii
3915 thumbnail picture
BCF snorkeler inside of test seine net in pool
1968
3916 thumbnail picture
Scuba equipped fishing gear scientists from the Seattle Exploratory Fishing and Gear Research Base hang onto the headrope of a 400-mesh Eastern otter trawl to observe the reaction of fish entering the net.
3917 thumbnail picture
Studying net contrast by using a gray scale board.
California, San Diego
3918 thumbnail picture
Studying net contrast by using a gray scale board.
California, San Diego
3919 thumbnail picture
Shark cage for underwater photography
California, San Diego
3920 thumbnail picture
Shark cage for underwater photography
California, San Diego
3921 thumbnail picture
Tuna and other fishes frequently associate with drifting objects. A school of jacks (Carangidae) beneath a drifting log.
California, San Diego
3922 thumbnail picture
Tuna and other fishes frequently associate with anchored buoys. A school of fish underneath a buoy in a strong current.
California, San Diego
3923 thumbnail picture
Tuna and other fishes frequently associate with drifting objects. A school of jacks (Carangidae) beneath a drifting log.
3924 thumbnail picture
Photographing ripple patterns - a problem in underwater photography.
3925 thumbnail picture
Queen angel fish
Florida, Fort Jefferson
3926 thumbnail picture
White-banded parrot fish wrasse and staghorn coral
U.S. Virgin Islands, Buck Island
3927 thumbnail picture
Reef fish
Florida, Fort Jefferson
3928 thumbnail picture
Reef fish
Florida, Fort Jefferson
3929 thumbnail picture
Underwater sign depicting that a diver is in Buck Island National Monument
U.S. Virgin Islands, Buck Island
3930 thumbnail picture
Sign indicating optical effect of viewing objects underwater
U.S. Virgin Islands, Buck Island
3931 thumbnail picture
Staghorn coral
Florida, Fort Jefferson
3932 thumbnail picture
Scenes among massive elkhorn coral near underwater trail.
U.S. Virgin Islands, Buck Island 1966 August
3933 thumbnail picture
Sponge boat at Tarpon Springs.
Florida, Tarpon Springs
3934 thumbnail picture
Greek sponge fishermen on deck of sponge boat with drying sponges
Florida, Tarpon Springs
3935 thumbnail picture
Sponge boat ZULA with sponges drying
Florida, Tarpon Springs
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Cleaning sponges
Florida, Tarpon Springs
3937 thumbnail picture
Sponges drying in sun at rear of sponge house
Florida, Key West
3938 thumbnail picture
Sponges drying
Florida, Tarpon Springs
3939 thumbnail picture
Group of bull walrus in the water with fisheries observers on rocks.
Alaska, Togiak Bay
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Group of bull walrus on rocks
Alaska, Togiak Bay
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Suckling walrus calves from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, at the Seattle Zoo prior to transport to the New York Aquarium. Dr. Carleton Ray feeding.
1959 June
3942 thumbnail picture
Closeup of bull walrus
Alaska, Togiak Bay
3943 thumbnail picture
Atlantic walrus. Snout view of yearling male at the San Diego Zoo.
California, San Diego
3944 thumbnail picture
World record walrus tusk taken at Pribilof Islands, Alaska.
3945 thumbnail picture
Nesting Ridley turtle
3946 thumbnail picture
Rare white loggerhead turtle hatched at NOVA University's Ocean Science Center
Florida, Davie
3947 thumbnail picture
8-hour old loggerhead turtle making its way to the sea
Florida 1978 circa
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8-hour old loggerhead turtles finding their way to the sea
Florida 1978 circa
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8-hour old loggerhead turtles
Florida 1978 circa

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