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

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Johnson Sea-Link subsmersible approaching the surface. Large fish are seen inspecting the submersible.
United States, Atlantic Ocean, Offshore Southeast 2005 October
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The view as the Johnson Sea-Link submersible breaks the surface.
United States, Atlantic Ocean, Offshore Southeast 2005 October
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The view from the Johnson Sea-Link submersible as it is approaching its cradle while secure to the A-Frame.
United States, Atlantic Ocean, Offshore Southeast 2005 October
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A small gold coral bush with various invertebrates in the area.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Large gold coral bushes.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Large gold coral bushes.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bubblegum coral and snake stars in the vicinity of the Eye-in-the-Sea (EITS).
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bubblegum coral, snake stars, and a dogfish in the vicinity of the Eye-in-the- Sea (EITS).
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bubblegum coral, snake stars, and a dogfish in the vicinity of the Eye-in-the- Sea (EITS).
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bubblegum coral, snake stars, and a dogfish in the vicinity of the Eye-in-the- Sea (EITS).
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Three sea lilies (Endoxocrinus maclearanus) flank a purple sea fan with a snake star.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A purple sea fan with a snake star.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Large gold coral bushes. Certain stands of this type of coral are claimed to be among the oldest living creatures on Earth with a lifespan of up to four thousand years.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Large gold coral bushes. Certain stands of this type of coral are claimed to be among the oldest living creatures on Earth with a lifespan of up to four thousand years.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Tall sea lily, Endoxocrinus prionodes, with its arms collapsed under slack current.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bubblegum coral with snake star. Plumarella and small lophelia bushes close to sea floor.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Closeup of bubblegum coral with snake star.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A tangled mass of arms on the basket star which gave rise to the genus name Gorgonocephalus.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bland colors characterize this assemblage of sea lilies, whip corals, lophelia, sponge and white crab. Perhaps these colorations have evolved because of proximity to white carbonate rocks and sediments.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Bland colors characterize this assemblage of sea lilies, whip corals, lophelia, sponge and white crab. Perhaps these colorations have evolved because of proximity to white carbonate rocks and sediments.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Sea lilies, Plumarella coral, and a five-armed Democrinus in top center with its stalk covered with hydroids.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Tall sea lily, Endoxocrinus prionodes, with its arms collapsed under slack current.Large orange sea anemone, large urchin, small lophelia bushes, and numerous other invertebrates can be seen in this image.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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White sponge and crinoids
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Sea whips and brittle stars
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A brittle star on a vertical stalked coral.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A brittle star on a vertical stalked coral.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A brittle star on a vertical stalked coral. Note all of the mounds and heaps and pock marks on the sea floor sediment which are indicative of burrowing marine life forms.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A sea anemone dominates this image but a close look will reveal many life forms on the bottom.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Brown coral polyps on a near vertical stalk, a large pink brittle star, and othe invertebrates.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A blue translucent holothurian.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A sea lily with arms collapsed because of slack current and coral branch with polyps extended.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A crinoid whose coloration blends in with the surrounding sediment.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Squat Lobster, Gastroptychus spinifer, on a sea whip.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Squat Lobster, Gastroptychus spinifer, on a sea whip.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Sea urchins on the white sediment of the Little Bahama Bank.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A coral bush, brisingid sea stars, brittle stars, and other invertebrates.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A coral bush, brisingid sea stars, brittle stars, and other invertebrates.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Gold coral, sea lilies, white to pink galatheid crabs, and a red brisingid starfish.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A yellow stalked crinoid with arms extended in the current.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A yellow stalked crinoid with arms extended in the current.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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The tree of life with numerous species dangling from its branches. The ripple pattern on the seafloor indicates a high current regime on the edge of the Gulf Stream. A basket star, numerous flytrap anemones, two brisingid sea stars, holothurians high in the branches, brittle stars, and numerous other creatures are evident in this amazing image.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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The tree of life with numerous species dangling from its branches. The ripple pattern on the seafloor indicates a high current regime on the edge of the Gulf Stream. A basket star, numerous flytrap anemones, two brisingid sea stars, holothurians high in the branches, brittle stars, and numerous other creatures are evident in this amazing image.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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Sargassum seaweed in the Gulf Stream.
Bahamas Islands, West side Little Bahamas Bank 2009 July
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A venus flytrap anemone observed during OKEANOS EXPLORER shakedown cruise.
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March
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Actiniid Bolocera-like sea anemone with a galatheid crab observed during OKEANOS EXPLORER shakedown cruise.
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March
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Venus flytrap (actinoscyphiid sea anemone) anemone on a boulder observed during OKEANOS EXPLORER
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March
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Closeup of tentacles of a large anemone observed during OKEANOS EXPLORER
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March
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A beautiful purple pelagic sea cucumber.
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March
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Red shrimp (benthic caridean likely nematocarcinid shrimp) observed during OKEANOS EXPLORER shakedown cruise.
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March
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Tripod fish (chlorophthalmid tripod fish) observed during OKEANOS EXPLORER shakedown cruise.
Hawaii, Off Kealakekua Bay 2010 March

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