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Voyage To Inner Space - Exploring the Seas With NOAA Collect
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Figure 82. - Ventriculites simplex, Toulmin Smith. Section of the outer wall, showing the structure of the silicious network of this sponge. In: Thomson, Wyville. 1873. The Depths of the Sea. MacMillan and Co., London.
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Figure 83. - Coelosphaera tubifex, Wyville Thomson. Off the coast of Portugal. A strange sponge. In: Thomson, Wyville. 1873. The Depths of the Sea. MacMillan and Co., London.
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Figure 84. - 'Choanites'. In a flint from the white chalk. A fossil tunicate. In: Thomson, Wyville. 1873. The Depths of the Sea. MacMillan and Co., London.
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Sounding by hand with a Lucas sounding machine while approaching Antarctica on Scott's ship the Terra Nova. From: Cherry-Garrard, A. 1922. "The Worst Journey in the World."
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Brooke sounder as configured on the school ship MERCURY.
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Plate X of Volume LVII of the Siboga Expedition to the then Dutch East Indies led by Max Weber. "Pisces", i.e., fish.
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A crinoid observed on the Siboga Expedition to the Dutch East Indies led by Max Weber.
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The Dutch research ship SIBOGA seen with a net either being prepared for deployment or possibly being secured after fouling in some manner.
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Recovering a trawl net used for scientific sampling of marine biota on board the Dutch research vessel SIBOGA in the Dutch East Indies (modern day Indonesia). Dr. Max Weber was chief scientist of this expedition.
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Buffaloes Horn, a conspicuous mountain peak in the Dutch East Indies (modern day Indonesia). View from the Dutch research vessel SIBOGA under the direction of Dr. Max Weber.
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A remarkable discussion of possible disaster from a ship collision with an iceberg. The description of the danger was made by Captain Charles D. Sigsbee, Chief of the Navy Hydrographic Office, captain of the MAINE two years after this article was published which was 16 years before the TITANIC disaster. He commanded the BLAKE and wrote "Deep Sea Sounding and Dredging."
Alaska, Lynn Canal 1896, May 10
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Baseline measurement over the remains of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Baseline measurement over the remains of the engine of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Marine archaeologist taking measurements over the engine of the Coast and Geodetic SurveySteamer HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Boiler stays and end remains of the Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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An iron plate from the HASSLER's bow embedded in the rock pinnacle that sank the ship in 1898.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Remains of forward deck plates of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Dr. John Jensen of the Sea Education Association of Woods Hole, Massachusetts, and Dave McMahan, Alaska State Archaeologist, preparing to dive on the remains of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Details of the double hull of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Baseline measurement over the engine area of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Baseline measurement over the engine area of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Plan view of the engine area of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Baseline measurement over the engine area of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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An iron plate from the HASSLER's bow embedded in the rock pinnacle that sank the ship in 1898.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Tapering of hull space between double bottoms is evident at ship extremities.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Dr. John Jensen launching the Seabotix tethered robotic vehicle used on this mission to study the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Boiler stays of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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An iron plate from the HASSLER's bow embedded in the rock pinnacle mission to study the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Rudder of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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The shaft of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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The shaft of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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A marine archeologist measuring the baseline along the propeller shaft of the . HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Looking forward from the starboard quarter of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Dr. Hans Van Tilburg tending divers working on the HASSLER. Eldred Rock Lighthouse is in the background.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Bitts on the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Boiler face of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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A marine archaeologist taking measurements of the boiler face of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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A marine archaeologist taking measurements of the boiler face of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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A marine archaeologist taking measurements of the boiler face of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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A marine archaeologists sketch of the debris field of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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A view of the Seabotix ROV operating underwater studying the debris field of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Dr. Hans Van Tilburg documenting the dimensions and orientation of the rudder of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Dr. Hans Van Tilburg documenting the dimensions and orientation of the rudder of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Dr. Hans Van Tilburg documenting the dimensions and orientation of the rudder of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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An unidentified artifact in the debris field of the HASSLER.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Archaeological crew on Eldred Rock with the lighthouse in the background. L. to R. - Hans Van Tilburg, Dave McMahan, Tane Casserley, and John Jensen.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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The survey vessel LEGEND used to explore the remains of the S.S. CLARA NEVADA, formerly the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Steamer HASSLER, which struck near this rock and sank on February 5, 1898.
Alaska, Lynn Canal
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Exploring a derelict wrecked on the reef
Hawaii, Northwest Hawaiian Islands
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All that remains above water of an unnamed vessel wrecked on the reef long ago.
Hawaii, Northwest Hawaiian Islands
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Remains of a once noble vessel that has been battered by waves and storm for decades
Hawaii, Northwest Hawaiian Islands

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