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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Section of damaged piling, split lengthwise, showing numerous shipworm burrows. At this stage of infestation, pilings frequently collapse.
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Egg capsule of the lugworm (Arenicola cristata) from Tampa Bay
Florida, Tampa Bay
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California yellowtail (Seriola dorsalis)
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Knobbed whelk laying eggs
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The vessel JOSEPH & LUCIA II out of Gloucester was used for catching whiting at the time of this photo
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Conveyor system to move whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Conveyor system used to move whiting from the F/V JOSEPH & LUCIA II into the plant at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Processing H & B whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Whiting process line at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Processing H & B whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Can sealing machine at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Processing whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Processing whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries (heads being removed)
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Processing H & G whiting at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Packing H & G whiting in unlabeled cartons at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Packing line (H & G whiting) at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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H &G whiting ready for shipment to freezer at Ocean Side Fisheries
Massachusetts, Gloucester 1960 circa
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Whiting tagging (probably on ALBATROSS III)
Massachusetts offshore 1958 July 17
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Part of a 10,000 pound load of salmon arriving at Anchorage from Bethel for processing at the Alaskan Frozen Products Plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Salmon is processed by hand at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant in Anchorage.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Air shipped salmon in-the-round being off-loaded at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Silver salmon in-the-round are air shipped from Bethel to Anchorage for processing at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Off-loading a charter load (about 10,000 pounds) of salmon at Anchorage for processing at the Alaskan Frozen Products plant.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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The Alaskan Frozen Products plant in Anchorage where salmon-in-the-round are air shipped from the remote catch areas to be hand processed and air shipped to Japanese and European capitals.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Salmon
1967 October
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Salmon
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Chinook salmon (Onchorhynchus tshawytscha) . The chinook salmon spends most of its life in the ocean, but comes into fresh waters to spawn and die. While there is a run every year, the life span of each generation is about four years. Although the average weight is much less, these fish may attain a weight of over 50 pounds. Specimen from Columbia River.
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Chinook salmon
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Salmon
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Red salmon, or sockeye, adult male (Onchorhynchus nerka)
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Dog salmon or chum salmon (Onchorhynchus keta).
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Pink salmon in a spawning creek
Alaska Southeast
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Chum salmon in spawning colors
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Adult male silver or coho salmon (Onchorhynchus kisutch)
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Cleaning salmon at the Bumble Bee Co.
Oregon, Astoria 1969 September
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Unloading salmon from fishing vessel at the Bumble Bee Co.
Oregon, Astoria 1969 September
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Description not available.
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Salmon on the pier
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Dog salmon spawning in stream at the head of Hood Bay.
Alaska, Admiralty Island
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Salmon being transferred from small boat to large boat on which they are iced and hauled to cannery.
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Red salmon caught by Aleut natives being dried out later consumption.
Alaska, Aleutian Islands, Attu Island
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Loading fresh packed salmon in the cargo bay of a commercial airliner.
Oregon, Portland International Airport 1969 September
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Salmon jumping falls at Brooks Falls
Alaska, Brooks Falls
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Description not available.
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Chinook salmon spawning activity in Marsh Creek, Middle Fork Salmon River drainage near Stanley, Idaho.
Idaho, near Stanley 1960 August 8
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Hand cleaning silver salmon at the Alaska Frozen Products plant at Anchorage. Fish are individually frozen, boxed and air shipped to Japan and European capitals.
Alaska, Anchorage 1968 August
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Sockeye salmon smolt
Washington, Icicle Creek 1967 December 1
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Sockeye salmon smolt
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Salmon seiners laying-to, waiting for fish to show.
Alaska, Icy Straits area 1967 August
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Brailing with the net. This brail contained 20 to 30 salmon and a ton of jellyfish.
Alaska, Icy Straits area 1967 August

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