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

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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Iceberg in the vicinity of South Shetland Island. Plate 70. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. An iceberg. Plate 71. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. An iceberg. Plate 71. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Storm petrels and skuas at Deception Island. Plate 74. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. The METEOR at South Georgia Island. Plate 83. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. A glacier and spectacular mountain scenery at South Georgia Island. Plate 83. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. The harbor at Rio de Janeiro during the visit of the METEOR. Plate 100. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. The METEOR in the harbor at Rio de Janeiro. Plate 101. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. METEOR sailors performing ceremony for Brazilian officials visiting ship. Plate 102. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Deploying a Merz current meter from the METEOR. Plate 103. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Deploying a current meter from the METEOR. Plate 103. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Deploying an instrument over the side of the METEOR. Plate 103. Library Call Number Q115.D45 1928.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. The METEOR returning home to Willhelmshaven after completing its two year cruise in the South Atlantic Ocean 1925-1927. Plate 127. Library Call Number C/La S755.
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In: "The Meteor Expedition," by F. Spiess, German Atlantic Expedition 1925-1927. Results of the METEOR expedition. This simple diagram, showing a cold pool on the west side of the Atlantic with different salinity, established the continuity of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a step on the road to formulating the theory of seafloor spreading. Library Call Number C/La S755.
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Frontispiece to "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912. Prince Albert and crew posing on the deck of the PRINCESS ALICE with a dissected cetacean. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912. Frontispiece. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Launching a meteorological kite on the PRINCESS ALICE. This ship was the earliest to conduct upper-air studies at sea. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912. Figure 21, p. 28. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Filling a meteorological kite with hydrogen on the PRINCESS ALICE. This ship was the earliest to conduct upper-air studies at sea. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912. Figure 23, p. 30. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Testing the lift of a meteorological kite filled with hydrogren on the PRINCESS ALICE. This ship was the earliest to conduct upper-air studies at sea. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912. Figure 24, p. 30. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Two meteorological balloons ready to launch from the PRINCESS ALICE. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 25, p. 32. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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The instrument package being launched by the balloon is shown above the sailors. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 26, p. 33. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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The PRINCESS ALICE at Cross Bay, Spitzbergen. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 36, p. 48. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Three sailors sailing on the oceanographic yachts of Prince Albert of Monaco. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 37 p. 48. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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The Museum of Oceanography at Monaco begun by Prince Albert of Monaco. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 38, p. 49. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Physalia physalis - Portuguese Man of War. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, p. 57. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Inspecting a small plankton net. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 49, p. 61. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Seafloor dredging. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 50, p. 63. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Emptying the trawl of its catch. Prince Albert is standing by watching in the upper center of the photograph. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 52, p. 67. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Plesiopeneus edwardsianus. A small shrimp with long antennae. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, p. 72. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Trawling apparatus deployed on the PRINCESS ALICE. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 60, p. 73. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Deploying the doors of the trawling apparatus. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912 Fig 61, p. 74. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Sorting the catch obtained while trawling. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 62. P. 74. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Preparing to deploy a fish trap. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 63. P. 75. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Deploying a fish trap. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 64. P. 75. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 74. P. 85. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Displaying part of the catch. Even Prince Albert is holding a shark. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 75. P. 85. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Descent of a vertical net which will then be pulled straight up on the return. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 76. P. 88. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Recovering the vertical net. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 77. P. 89. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Preparing the cannon and harpoon for whale hunting. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 83. P. 93. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Firing the harpoon. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 84. P. 94. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Deploying the Bouree net. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 89. P. 99. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Recovering the Bouree net. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 90. P. 100. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Deep sea fish: Opistoproctus grimaldi and Stomias. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, P. 104. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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A deep sea fish: Cololepis longidens. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 98. P. 105. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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A giant squid observed off Teneriffe in November 1861. Perhaps the inspiration for Jules Vernes' "20,000 Leagues under the Sea." In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 108. P. 115. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Dr. Richard acquiring specimens from a small plankton-sampling net. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig.110. P. 127. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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The laboratory on the Princess Alice with Dr. Richard, Dr. Portier, and Monsieur Tinayre. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 113. P. 129. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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The L'HIRONDELLE, the first ship used by the Prince Albert, at anchor. In: "From the Surface to the Bottom of the Sea" by H. Bouree, 1912, Fig. 116. P. 134. Library Call Number 525.8 B77.
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Piano-wire sounding maching developed by Sir William Thomson, later Lord Kelvin. This machine was used by George Belknap to sound from the U. S. S. TUSCARORA in a cable survey across the North Pacific. He shipped it to Charles Sigsbee on the C&GS Steamer BLAKE who modified the machine to become the Sigsbee Sounding Machine. In: "150 Years of Service on the Seas ...." Call No.GC29.2.U5 P5.
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A sounding record from the U. S. S. TUSCARORA. In: "150 years of service on the seas : a pictorial history of the U. S. Naval Oceanographic Office", by Marc Pinsel, 1982. Library Call Number GC29.2.U5 P5.
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A diagram of the old wiredrag system as developed by Nicholas Heck, Jean Hawley, and others in the U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Prior to the development of sidescan sonar, this was the only method to find protrusions from the bottom that occurred between sounding lines.

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