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

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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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The wreck of the schooner E. B. ALLEN. Bow.
Michigan, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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The wreck of the schooner E. B. ALLEN. Bow.
ichigan, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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The wreck of the schooner E. B. ALLEN. Windlass.
ichigan, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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The wreck of the steamer GRECIAN.
ichigan, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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The wreck of the steamer MONTANA.
ichigan, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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The wreck of an unidentified vessel. Bow and windlass.
ichigan, Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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Screen capture of bridge of submarine U166
Louisiana, Offshore Gulf of Mexico
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Screen capture of deck gun of submarine U166
Louisiana, Offshore Gulf of Mexico
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Fathometer record of a wreck showing 10 meters of relief and scour holes around wreck. It is rare that such a record is obtained. It is probable that this wreck was located by sidescan sonar and then passed over with the survey vessel operating its single-beam sounding instrument. Cove Point wreck.
Maryland, Cove Point
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Sidescan sonar record of ship on seafloor. The black is the reflection and the white area is shadow. The yellow line indicates where the least depth will probably be found on this wreck. Cove Point wreck.
Maryland, Cove Point
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3-D rendition of a sunken vessel obtained from processed multi-beam sounding information. This was the wreck of the ship BOW MARINER.
Virginia, Offshore
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3-D rendition of a sunken vessel obtained from processed multi-beam sounding information. This was the wreck of the ship BOW MARINER.
Virginia, Offshore
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Plan view of a sunken vessel obtained from processed multi-beam sounding information. This was the wreck of the ship BOW MARINER.
Virginia, Offshore
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Port side view of sunken ship BOW MARINER obtained by NOAA Ship RUDE using 100-meter sidescan sonar range.
Virginia, Offshore
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Sidescan sonar image of sunken vessel. Cargo hatches are apparent and possibly bowsprit. Large arcuate pattern would require divers inspection to determine cause.
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A higher resolution sidescan sonar image of the same vessel as seen in image expl4054.
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Sidescan sonar image of sunken schooner found in the Hudson River.
North Carolina, Off Cape Hatteras
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Multi-beam sonar image of sunken schooner found in the Hudson River.
New York, Hudson River
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Sidescan sonar image of the MONITOR. Note that the illuminated area is the reflection and dark is the shadow with this display system.
North Carolina, Off Cape Hatteras
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Digital terrain model of the MONITOR with 1/4 meter resolution. This image was derived from high-resolution multi-beam bathymetry. This is illustrative of the limitations of high-resolution vessel-mounted multi-beam sounding systems. The deeper the water for a given beam width, the lower the resolution as the beams spread out geometrically from the surface.
North Carolina, Off Cape Hatteras
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Submarine S5 sidescan sonar image.
Delaware, New Jersey - Off Delaware Bay
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Submarine S5 sidescan sonar image. This was obtained by knowing the orientation of the submarine and maneuvering the sidescan such that its track ran parallel to the vessel. Note that the illuminated area is the reflection and dark is the shadow with this display system.
Delaware, New Jersey - Off Delaware Bay
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A multi-beam sounding record of a sunken barge.
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Wreck of vessel discovered on Stratford Shoal SW of Bridgeport. Sidescan image.
Connecticut, Stratford Shoal
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Wreck of vessel discovered on Stratford Shoal SW of Bridgeport. String of lobster pots to right of sidescan track.
Connecticut, Stratford Shoal
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3-D multibeam imagery of eastern Stratford Shoal.
Connecticut, Stratford Shoal
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3-D multibeam imagery of north Stratford Shoal showing pockmarks similar to those found in Belfast Bay, Maine.
Connecticut, Stratford Shoal
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Photo mosaic of sunken vessel.
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Derelict fish trap as imaged by very high resolution multi-beam sonar
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High-resolution sidescan image of pile of tires dumped to produce a Delaware Bay fish haven.
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Tug with current scour marks around wreck. Large sand waves evident as well. Multi-beam image.

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