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

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Two squid and a fish.
2008 October 1 2104
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Squid crashing #1.
2008 October 1 1333
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Squid crashing #2.
2008 October 1 1333
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Squid over bottom.
2008 October 1 1742
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Squid in close proximity to bottom.
2008 October 1 1749
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Squid swimming over bottom.
2008 October 1 1801
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Squid ink? fish excrement? in water column.
2008 October 1 1949
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Squid ink? fish excrement? in water column.
2008 September 23 2200
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Lobate ctenophore in the water column.
2010 October 18 031420
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Appears to be a huge bamboo whip coral.
2010 October 18 031438
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A ctenophore and perhaps a jelly looking like galaxies in the darkness of the deep.
2010 October 18 033148
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A squat lobster on a diverse garden of corals, sponges, and other biota.
2010 1021.054215
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A large sea star in the midst of a highly diverse community. A large rope is in the center of the image emphasizing the ubiquitous nature of marine trash and debris.
2010 1021.071439
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An orange "black" whip coral, a white octocoral with a large ophiuroid brittle star, and large cerianthid anemones.
2010 October 19 215943
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A large globular sponge, brown cerianthid anemones, and a large ophiuroid brittle star on a Callogorgia americana coral.
2010 1020045650
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A large white sponge on a sediment substrate.
2010 1020114219
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Various corals, yellow crinoids, white anemones, and two squat lobsters at opposite ends of the squat lobster size spectrum. The white curlicues to the right are brittle star arms extended in a feeding posture.
2008 September 29 1624
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A large white sea star, orange octocorals, yellow crinoids, white anemomes, and a purple pyrosome in the left background.
2008 September 29 1826
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Dead sediment covered lophelia, orange octocorals, yellow feather star crinoids (one white one on the far left), orange venus flytrap anemones, a large white basket star, and a white anemone.
2008 September 29 1828
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A large burrow with a distinct color difference between the excavated material and the overlying sediment.
2008 September 29 1852
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An odd appearing assemblage of diverse biota - sponges, black corals, and tube worms
2008 September 27 143
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An area of strong current with corals, brittle stars, and marine snow? shooting by. A yellow sea lily crinoid is seen in the bottom center bent almost over to the left attesting to the current strength.
2008 September 22 2032
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A weird assemblage of material in the water column apparently in motion in virtually every possible direction.
2008 September 22 2218
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Camera motion combined with motion of material in water gives a bizarre effect.
2008 September 22 2220
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An odd thing in the water column.
2008 September 22 2238
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A beautiful garden of corals, anemones, and seemingly robust brittle stars on the white bamboo coral.
2008 September 22 1530
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Looking over the ROV to various corals and anemones. Look closely in the center of the image and you will see a large squat lobster with extremely long claws (chelipods) and two different brittle stars - the smaller one over a much larger one of a different species.
2008 September 22 1727
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Bushes of Callogorgia americana octocorals, large ophiuroid brittle stars, and large white anemones on the seafloor. Arms of yellow feather star crinoids are seen in the foreground while complete animals are seen in the center distance.
2008 September 22 1848
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A type of salp over bushes of white "black coral" Leiopathes glaberrima.
2010 1022.020227
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White Lophelia pertusa scleractinian coral, orange "black" coral Leiopathes glaberrima, and a large orange anemone.
2010 1024.210504
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A blackbelly rosefish (Helicolenus dactylopterus), orange and white "black" coral (Leiopathes glaberrima), large white anemones with orange mouths, white Lophelia pertusa, lollypop sponges, at least one pencil urchin on the far right, and a number of anemones.
2010 1024.212356
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Large white anemones with orange mouths, lollypop sponges, a large white and brown sponge, white bamboo coral, and white brittle stars with arms extended in feeding posture. Arms of a yellow feather star crinoid are seen below the large sponge to the right, and an orange venus flytrap anemone is seen in the left center.
2008 October 1 1352
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Sponge
2008 October 1 1352
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Orange encrusting sponge, white lollypop sponges, and a number of cerianthid anemones.
2008 October 2 0109
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A pencil urchin and a small purple pyrosome. The white finger-like life form might be a type of sponge.
2008 October 2 0211
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Lophelia pertusa coral, brown and orange anemones, and brown and orange feather star crinoids. A small orange and white squat lobster is seen in the upper right center.
2010 1024.221745
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Lophelia pertusa hard coral, white "black" coral Leiopathes glaberrima, and a bamboo coral bush to the right. Large orange venus flytrap anemones, white anemones with orange mouths, a small white anemome, and a variety of sponges including lollypop sponges. This is a repeat observation station as noted by the anchored float with yellow polyethylene rope.
2010 1026.094349
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Pyrosome
2008 September 30 0144
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Pyrosome
2010 1024.215433
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Pyrosome
2008 September 29 1836
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Pyrosome
2008 September 29 1823
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Pyrosome
2008 September 29 1823
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Pyrosome
2008 September 29 1824
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Looking down on an area devoid of large biota but having numerous small white sponges and other biota.
2010 1022115038
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Sea urchin or holothurian trails in soft unconsolidated sediment.
2010 1030055308
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A large burrow with numerous starts to smaller burrows within the large one. What could cause this relatively large hole?
2008 September 23 1856
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Large burrow in a sediment bottom.
2008 September 23 2002
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Clumpy mudstone lying on the bottom. Where did these chunks of material come from?
2008 September 23 2039
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Clumpy mudstone lying on the bottom. Where did these chunks of material come from?
2008 September 23 2040
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Must be the hole that the clumpy mudstone in expn1615 and expn1616 were excavated from. What could have done this?
2008 September 23 2040

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