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

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Illustration accompanying lead-in to chapters on Deep Sea Fauna. P. 508. In: "Aus den Tiefen des Weltmeeres" by Carl Chun, 1903. Call No. Q115.V15 1903.
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Illustration at beginning of Chapter XXII, The Bottom Fauna of the Deep Sea. P. 510. In: "Aus den Tiefen des Weltmeeres" by Carl Chun, 1903. Call No. Q115.V15 1903.
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Pelagic and deep sea bottom crustaceans. Top: Gnathophausia sp. from Gulf of Gu inea, 4000 meters. Left: Pentacheles sp., from the Somali coast at 1289 meters. Top right: Aristaeopsis sp. Maldive Islands at 2253 meters. Middle right: Nematocarcinus sp., from 863 meters on the East African coast. Bottom right: Notostomus sp., Gulf of Guinea at 4000 meters. P. 536.
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New species of eight-tentacled octopus with wide arm suckers. From the East African Coast at 748 meters. P. 537. In: "Aus den Tiefen des Weltmeeres" by Carl Chun, 1903. Call No. Q115.V15 1903.
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Deep water fish. Top - Coelorhynchus fasciatus Guenther (Family Macruridae.) From Agulhas Bank at 500 meters. Bottom - Bathygadus longifilis (G. & B.) East African coast at 1289 meters depth. P. 540.
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Art work at end of Chapter XXII showing crustacean and strange fish. P. 541. In: "Aus den Tiefen des Weltmeeres" by Carl Chun, 1903. Call No. Q115.V15 1903.
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Art work at beginning of Chapter XXIII, "The Pelagic Deep Sea Fauna." In: "Aus den Tiefen des Weltmeeres" by Carl Chun, 1903. Call No. Q115.V15 1903.
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Megalopharnyx longicaudatus (Family Eurypharyngidae). Collected in the Gulf of Guinea at 3500 meters by a vertical net. P. 557.
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Pelagic deep sea fish. a - Melanostomias melanops; b - Gigantactis Vanhoeffini; c - Cryptosaras Couesi (?) Gill; d - Melanocetus Johnsoni G.; e - Melanocetus Krechi Brauer. P. 558.
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Dactylostomias ater, collected at 1000 meters in the South Indian Ocean. Macros tomias longibarbatus, collected from Gulf of Guinea at 1880 meters. P. 559.
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Artwork at introduction to Chapter XXIV, The Biology of the Deep Sea Organisms. P. 560.
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Glyphocrangon spinulosa Faxon. A deep sea crustacean with large eyes - from an older picture by Agassiz captured in 1200 meters off the American coast. Gigantactis Vanhoeffeni, captured in the western Indian Ocean by vertical net at 1500 meters. P. 567.
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Pelagic deep sea fish with telescoping eyes. Top: Winteria telescopa, caught in Gulf of Guinea in 1200 meters. Middle: Gigantura n. gen. Brauer, captured in Gulf of Guinea and west Indian Ocean at 2500 and 3000 meters respectively. Lower left: Opisthoproctus soleatus Vaill, captured in Gulf of Guinea at 4000 meters. Lower right: Argyropelecus sp., from off Somali coast in 5000 meters. P.576.
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Menu for the return home banquet on March 19, 1899. It includes small deepsea creatures, Maledivian reptile soup, New Amsterdam Roast Beef with Sargassakraut, chilled penguin mayonnaise, Dar-es-Sa Lamb chops, pickled botanical studies in sugar and oil, Antarctic ice, and Zebu cheese. The captain, a huge man, is parodied by the frog. P. 582.
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Northern Atlantic Ocean. The profile below is from the Joseph Dayman survey of 1857 and was still the best profile of the North Atlantic Ocean between Ireland and Newfoundland then in existence. The deep water arm extending across the center of the page, is a first indication of the Charlie Gibbs Fracture Zone, the largest in the North Atlantic. From: "The Ocean, Atmosphere, and Life" 1873.
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Salvage ship S.S. BLAKELY at dock prior to salvage attempt for treasure on the LUSITANIA which had been sunk off the coast of Ireland in 1915. In Scientific American1923.
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The Leavitt armored diving suit. Benjamin Leavitt claims to have dived to depths exceeding 300 feet in this suit, a forerunner of "Jim".
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Acoustic equipment used on merchant vessels ca. 1920's.
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A full-size replica of William Beebe's bathysphere on display at Mystic Seaport Aquarium.
Connecticut, Mystic Seaport
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Cover of "Instruction Book for Contour Scanning Set AN/SQN-1" 1949. Library Call No. 526.99 E24 C76.
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In: "Instruction Book for Contour Scanning Set AN/SQN-1" 1949. Library Call No. 526.99 E24 C76. Relationship of units.
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In: "Instruction Book for Contour Scanning Set AN/SQN-1" 1949. Library Call No. 526.99 E24 C76. General view of electronic stack.
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In: "Instruction Book for Contour Scanning Set AN/SQN-1" 1949. Library Call No. 526.99 E24 C76. Typical contour presentations.
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In: "Instruction Book for Contour Scanning Set AN/SQN-1" 1949. Library Call No. 526.99 E24 C76. Various electronic components.
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In: "Instruction Book for Contour Scanning Set AN/SQN-1" 1949. Library Call No. 526.99 E24 C76. General view of sonar transducer.
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Chain dredge being recovered with bag of volcanic rocks.
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Analog contour printout of Seabeam data neither adjusted for speed of vessel or georeferenced. Color of contours changes every 100-meters. This particular seamount appears to have two distinct peaks and is located at 21 35 N Latitude and 151 45 E Longitude which is northeast of the Mariana Trench.
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Plotted rough contour map of Seabeam data that has been georeferenced. Color of contours changes every 100-meters. This particular seamount appears to have two distinct peaks and is located at 21 35 N Latitude and 151 45 E Longitude which is northeast of the Mariana Trench.
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Submarine sound signaling apparatus in Knight's Modern Seamanship (Seventh Edition 1917). This system was first invented in the early 1900's. Long distance sound transmission in the ocean for navigational purposes preceded the use of acoustics for depth measurement.
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1952 publication on Bathythermograph Observations.
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Cartoon on cover of 1952 publication on Bathythermograph Observations.
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Starfish tile mural on the floor of the Oceanographic Museum at Monaco
Monaco
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Basketstar tile mural on the floor of the Oceanographic Museum at Monaco
Monaco
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Crab tile mural on the floor of the Oceanographic Museum at Monaco
Monaco
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Painting of launch of meteorological kite from stern of Prince Albert's vessel "Princesse Alice."
Monaco
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Bringing dolphin aboard for dissection and study. Prince Albert is the man leaning outward from the rigging.
Monaco
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Tile mural of Prince Albert's ship "Princesse Alice"
Monaco
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Bronze casting of Prince Albert directing the sorting of a dredge haul while on the "Princesse Alice."
Monaco
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Bronze casting of Prince Albert capturing a pilot whale from a whale boat of the "Princesse Alice"
Monaco
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Painting of Prince Albert manning the harpoon cannon while attempting to obtain marine mammal for study
Monaco
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Outside of the Oceanographic Museum at Monaco showing the name of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Ship BLAKE, one of nineteen ships thus honored.
Monaco
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The Oceanographic Museum at Monaco
Monaco
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A bronze casting of the likeness of Prince Albert of Monaco
Monaco
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A marble statue of the likeness of Prince Albert of Monaco
Monaco
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A bronze statue of Prince Albert of Monaco in heavy weather gear while at the helm of one of his vessels.
Monaco
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Catalog of Oceanographic Equipment Contained in the Collection of the Museum of Oceanography of Monaco. 1. "Photometers 2. Current Measuring Devices" by Christian Carpine. Bulletin de l'Institute Oceanographique , Vol. 73, No. 1437. 1987.
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Figure 1. H. Fol and E. Sarasin Photometers. 1. 1884 model. 2. and 3. 1885 model. 4. and 5. 1886 model as published in Fol and Sarasin, 1887. Photometers are instruments to measure light. They are used to study how far light penetrates into the water, sometimes the color of the water, and, also in modern instruments, bioluminescence.
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Figure 2. H. Fol and E. Sarasin photometer, 1884 model. Left: device closed. Right: Device opened. This instrument was used in 1885 to study the penetration of light in Lake Leman and after that in the Mediterranean. It was tried off Cape Ferrat, France, in between 200 and 400 meters water depth.
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Figure 3. H. Fol and E. Sarasin photometer, 1885 model. From top to bottom - Device closed; device open; the surface float. This model was designed to fix the weak point of the preceding model that was not able to execute a sole measurement at a given depth.
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Figure 4. H. Fol and E. Sarasin photometer, 1886 model. This instrument was tested at Villefranche-sur-Mer on board Fol's yacht, the AMPHIASTER. The results were not published.

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