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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
Catalog of Images

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Inside GEORGE F. BOND habitat, renamed AQUARIUS before its first deployment.
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Schematic of the HELGOLAND habitat operations to study herring off New England.
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16th century painting of Alexander the Great, lowered in a glass diving bell.
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In 1680, physicist Giovanni Borelli attempts to recycle his own breathing air.
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CAV (Construction Assistance Vehicle) could transport a ton at over 2 knots.
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TEKTITE I undersea habitat was built by General Electric in 1969.
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EDALHAB habitat and support ship Lulu during FLARE project.
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Roman Vegetius' impractical vision of a leather helmet and umbilical for war.
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Lethbridge diving machine, 1715-- a one atmosphere system.
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Model of TEKTITE habitat, circa 1970.
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Inside TEKTITE I habitat, used by NASA to study drew performance.
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SEALAB III and support ship USS Elk River-- fatality ended operations early.
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An AUV as the first line of event response
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Long-term observatories serve as bases for various undersea operations.
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An early diving bell used by 16th Century divers during salvage operations. The book this came from is a text on ship salvage and includes diving information. In: Regola generale di soleuare ogni fondata naue & nauilii con ragione" by Niccolo Tartaglia.
Mediterranean Sea 1562 publishing date of book.
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NURP was formed based on a 1980 National Research Council review.
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Logo of the National Undersea Research Center at UNCW, Southeast region.
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Gulf of Mexico showing continental slope and Flower Gardens Banks.
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Conch Reef, FL, home of the AQUARIUS undersea lab.
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NURP logo as of 1997.
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Undersea technologies from other countries.
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National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), NURP's agency.
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1975 cover of the NOAA Dive Manual.
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Cover to 1990 NURP brochure.
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Deep sea submersibles, 1960-1990.
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Inventory of undersea habitats, 1973.
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Aquaculture facility on Lee Stocking Island, run by NURP's Caribbean center.
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Schematic of NURP's former center at the Univ. of S. California.
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Chart showing world's largest mountain range - the mid-ocean ridge system.
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Axial Volcano, site of an observatory that monitors seismic activity.
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USS MONITOR the night it sank off Cape Hatteras
Offshore from Cape Hatteras, North Carolina 1862 December 31
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Chart showing the Juan de Fuca and Gorda Ridges, hydrothermal vent sites.
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Regions of responsibility for the NURP centers.
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Charter research F/V Mirage at sunrise at Pt. Conception
California, Point Conception 2004 November 11
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Camera flash reflecting off PFDs during deployment of towed acoustic multibeam array aboard R/V THOMAS G. THOMPSON.
California, West of San Clemente Is., Cherry Bank 2004 October 12
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Cruise ship at sunset during a flight home after a successful NOAA-led humpback whale disentanglement.
Alaska, Southeast, Chatham Strait 2006 August 29
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The ALBATROSS with surface and dipnets in use. In: "Dredging and Other Records of the Fish Commission Steamer ALBATROSS", compiled by C. H. Townsend, 1901. Library Call Number QH91.57.R47 A4 1901.
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Plate 29. Plans of the deck and apparatus of the BLAKE. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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Plate 31. View of the BLAKE's deck, looking aft from the starboard side of the pilot house, ready for dredging. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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Plate 32. The forward side of the dredge reel and its engine. The reel having on it 2700 fathoms of the steel rope recommended by Professor Alexander Agassiz. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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Plate 33. View of the main hoisting engine from the starboard side. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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Plate 15. The Sigsbee Sounding Machine in Position: Run out for Work. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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Plate 15. The Sigsbee Sounding Machine in Position: Run out for Work. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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Plate 10. The Sigsbee Sounding Machine rigged for paying out. In: "Deep-sea Sounding and Dredging" by Charles D. Sigsbee, 1880. Library Call Number GC75.S53 1880.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. The lines represent the ship's tracklines. Cover to "The Meteor Expedition." Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. A bow view of the METEOR. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Alfred Merz, Director of the Meereskunde in Berlin and planner and organizer of the METEOR Expedition. Unfortunately he died in Buenos Aires in 1925 at the beginning of the expedition. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Starboard side of the METEOR and a view looking aft on the upper deck. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. View looking aft from the foremast; the engine;a laboratory; and the captain's quarters on the METEOR. Plate 13. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. The decorative stern of the METEOR with the German Iron Cross; a view looking aft from the bow to the pilothouse of the METEOR. Plate 15. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.

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