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NOAA's People Collection
Catalog of Images

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Conrad Lautenbacher, the eighth administrator of NOAA (2001-2008)
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Jane Lubchenco, the ninth administrator of NOAA (2009-present)
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Rear Admiral James C. Tison, USC&GS, Dr. Robert White, Vice Admiral Arnold Karo, and Dr. George P. Cressman, the top management team at the formation of ESSA, the Environmental Science Services Administration, the forerunner of NOAA.
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Vice Admiral Arnold Karo and ESSA Administrator Dr. Robert White receive their respective commissions upon the formation of ESSA from the then Secretary of Commerce John T. Connor.
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Event marking signing of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Marine National Monument Memorandum of Agreement in the office of Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle. From L to R: Michael Snyder, NOAA Policy Advisor; Randy Kosaki, Emily Fielding, and Malia Chow of NWHI staff; NOAA Administrator Conrad Lautenbacher; Aulani Wilhelm, NOAA Superintendent, and Sean Corson, NWHI; Michael Tosatto, NMFS
Hawaii, Oahu, Honolulu 2006 December 6
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Producers of Treasures of NOAA's Ark 2007. Center is Fox News Reporter Holly Morris. NOAA personnel L to R: Dennis Feltgen, NWS; Gina Stoney, NOS; Lynette Joynes, CAO; Peter Fricke, NMFS; Linda Taylor NOS; Sasha Pryborowski, NOS; Morris; David Hall, NOS; John Nyberg, NOS; Cheryl Oliver, NOAA Preserve America; Bill Zahner, NMFS; and Sharon Sirkis, NOS.
Maryland, Silver Spring
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Greetings from NOAA NMFS West Coast Ground Fishery Observers. Immersion suit training. L to R: Eli Coplen; instructor John LaFargue; Steve Todd; Matt Drum; Chad Ivany; Michael Gonzalez; and instructor Johnathan Cusick.
Oregon, Yaquina Bay 2006 Circa
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NOAA Education Office with imagery and data visualization demonstration at Department of Commerce Hoover Building. L to R: Alyssa Gundersen, Jon Lilley, Einstein Fellow Judy Reeves; Kim Benson; Carrie McDougall, John McLauglin, Bob Hansen, Marlene Kaplan, Pam Polmateer, and Peaches Hodge.
Washington, D.C.
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NOAA marine ecologist Dr. Lisa Ballance of NMFS SWFSC at her workplace in Antarctica studying killer whales.
Antarctica, Ross Sea
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Greetings from the bridge of the NOAA Ship GORDON GUNTER tied up in Majahul, Mexico. L to R: 3rd Mate Judah Ropiak, Ens. Ryan Wattam, CDR James Meigs, Ens. Victoria Zalewski; Lt (jg) Tony Perry III, Lt (jg) Natasha Davis, and Lt. Michael Ellis.
Mexico, Majahul
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Greetings from Tampa Bay where local NOAA staff joined with habitat restoration partner Tampa Bay Watch for two days of oyster-reef building. Staff helped deploy 22 tons of oyster shell in 1,500 30-lb bags and built 330 linear feet of new oyster bars.
Florida, Tampa Bay
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Retracing George Davidson's footsteps on Point Conception are film team members Director John Brooks, NOAA NMS West Coast Region Maritime Heritage Coordinator Robert Schwemmer, and assistant cameraman Josh Brooks.
California, Point Conception
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Staff of Mount Holly WSFO after completing a renovation of its operational area. For this they received the NWS Eastern Region Team of the Month for February 2007. Rear L to R: Larry Robinson, Michael Gorse, Dean Iovino, Valerie Meola, and Keith Pugh. Front L to R: Michael Conrad, Larry Nierenberg, and Ray Kruzdlo .
New Jersey, Mount Holly
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SWFSC personnel studying the endangered coho salmon and steelhead in coastal California's Santa Cruz Mountains. Sean Hayes on left holds a female about to head out to sea with an archival tag. Andy Jones and Sarah Rick hold adults about to be released upstream to begin their spawning run.
California, Santa Cruz Mountains
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The NWS team in Bismarck celebrates some balmy weather with tropical attire following a winter season of blizzards, winter storms, and bitter cold. They wrote "We want to show folks how we surf in ND." Front L-R: Bill Abeling, Vic Jensen, Todd Hamilton, Nadine Glur, Charlene Prindiville, Rich Leblang, Len Pete rson. Back L-R: Becky Selzler, Janine Vining,Jim Meyer, Dave Derung,Paul Waliser
North Dakota, Bismarck
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Greetings from NMFS Alaska Region staff in Juneau. Shown as they battled high winds and blowing snow to display the 200th banner are L-R: Clay Robidoux, Scott Balovich, Ron Antaya, Marina Lindsey, Sheela McLean, and Pete Jones.
Alaska, Juneau
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Medford NWSFO personnel at U.S. Coast Guard Lifeboat Station Coos Bay after experiencing an hour waves and hazardous bar crossing conditions. This gave new insight into producing better marine forecasts - and also produced various shades of green complexions. L-R: Ryan Sandler, Frederic Bunnag, Mike W. Johnson, Katie, Burtis, and Sven Nelaimischkies.
Oregon, Coos Bay
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Field crew members of NOAA NOS COOPS prepare to clean and inspect the underwater portion of the tide station at Westport. Data from the station support the Seattle/Tacoma NWSFO, the Tsunami Warning Progam, and commercial and academic users. L-R: Steve Hudziak, Andy Moss, Rolin Meyer, and Andy Moss (again).
Washington, Westport
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NOAA Grand Rapids NWSFO Mark Walton manning a booth at the "Quiet Waters Symposium" in Lansing. The focus was on human-powered outdoor recreational equipment and activities. The exhibit highlighted NOAA Weather/All Hazards Radio and NOAA's 200th Celebration. Mark Walton delivered a presentation about weather safety for canoeists and kayakers.
Michigan, Lansing
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Director of NOAA's National Weather Service, Brig. General David Johnson, USAF (ret.), visits the West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer, Alaska. Top L-R: Michael Burgy, John Carrick, General Johnson, Justin Ferris, Laura Furgione, Paul Whitmore, David Hale, Paul Huang, Bruce Turner. Bottom L-R: Bill Knight, Heather Crowley, Guy Urban, Chris Strager, Cindi Preller, Kandis Boyd.
Alaska, Palmer
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Greetings from the beach at Barrow, Alaska.
Alaska, Barrow
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Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary dive team members are displaying the NOAA 200th banner during a REEF fish survey in the waters off Anacapa Island. Team members shown are Chris Mobley, Laura Francis, John Brooks, Danielle Lipski, Rocio Lozano-Knowleton and behind the camera Robert Schwemmer.
California, offshore Anacapa Island
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Personnel of the OMAO Marine Operations Center-Pacific proudly display the NOAA 200th Banner outside the headquarters building of the Marine Center. This was the primary NOAA West Coast ship base and ship support center.
Washington, Seattle, Lake Union
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Personnel from the NWSFO in Corpus Christi, Texas, helping install a temperature sensor and a rain gauge for new volunteer Cooperative Observers at their home in Sinton, Texas. L-R: Steve Smart, Hydrometeorological Technician and Nick Hampshire, an intern in the Student Career Experience Program.
Texas, Sinton
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Personnel of the NOAA Fisheries Large Whale Disentanglement Program helping disentangle an endangered North Atlantic Right Whale. The animal had ghost fishing gear wrapped around both flippers and encircling its entire body. On the bow is Dr. Stormy Mayo, Center for Coastal Studies; with the cutting tool, Jamison Smith of NMFS; and the coxswain is Chris Slay, Coastwise Consulting.
Florida, offshore Jacksonville
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NOAA Corps Refresher Training Class firefighting module. Rear L-R: LT Hector Casanova, CDR Don Haines, CDR Todd Schattgen, LCDR Rick Brennan, LT Jake Yoos, LT Monty Spencer, LCDR Brian Wagonseller, LCDR Joe Pica and LCDR Cecile Daniels. Front L-R: LT Dan Simon, LCDR Rick Fletcher, LT Stephanie Koes, LT Sarah Mrozek, LT Natasha Davis, LTJG Kelley Stroud.
New York, Long Island, Kings Point
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Greetings from Long Beach, California NOAA Southwest Regional Office. Exhibit hosted at the Fred Hall Fishing Tackle and Boat Show. Here Gabrielle Dorr of NOAA NMFS SW regional office and Marty Golden of the NOAA Recreational Fishing Services Team work at the NOAA exhibit.
California, Long Beach
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Greetings from the project inspection team for the newly constructed Ted Stevens Marine Research Institute, the new home of the NWFSC Auke Bay Laboratory. Shown from left: Tom Martin, Judi Jzyk, Mark Eberling, Rino Balatbat, Ken Bircher, and Tino Escalona.
Alaska, Juneau
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Chesapeake office of NOS COOPS with Jack Dunnigan, blue shirt middle boat, NOS Assistant Administrator.
Virginia, Chesapeake
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NOAA's National Geodetic Survey performing cooperative gravity measurements with Cayman Islands Lands and Survey Department. Daniel Winester of NOAA/NGS on left and Colin Rankin of Cayman Islands Lands and Survey Department.
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The Scripps Institution of Oceanography R/V Roger Revelle nose-to-nose with an Antarctic iceberg. NOAA researchers David Wisegarver, Eric Wisegarver, Dana Greeley, Robert Castle, Geoff Lebon, and Esa Peltola were participating in a NOAA/NSF sponsored cruise as part of the CLIVAR/CO2 Repeat Hydrography Program.
Southern Ocean
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NOAA researchers (from left) Amy Uhrin, Giuseppe DiCarlo, and Erika Hansen taking a lunch break from counting eelgrass flowers in the vicinity of Cape Lookout Lighthouse. They are affiliated with NOAA's Center for Coastal Fisheries and Habitat Research (CCFHR) based out of Beaufort, North Carolina.
North Carolina, Cape Lookout
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By coincidence, Juneau Alaska was hit by 200 inches of snow during NOAA's 200th Anniversary Year. Employees of the Juneau National Weather Service Forecast Office stand in front of Mendenhall Glacier, near Juneau. That winter they helped save lives and property when forecasting avalanches, 50-foot waves, and 100 mph winds.
Alaska, Juneau
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NOAA personnel including representatives of the NOAA Office of Education, National Weather Service, National Ocean Service, Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research, and National Environmental Satellite, Data Information Service surrounded ocean explorer Dr. Bob Ballard (striped tie) at National Science Teachers Association Conference that hosted over 10,000 teachers.
Missouri, St. Louis
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Members of NOAA's National Geodetic Survey at fillming of documentary on the 200 year history of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. NGS employees in the tent are historic re-enactors Joe Evjen, Bill Stone, and Casey Brennan, while Ocean Media Center employees (l to r) Paul Hillman and John Brooks are on outside. The theodolite in the tent is "Old 188", used during the 1800's.
Utah
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Boy Scout Troop 27 sends greetings from the Pueblo, Colorado, National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office (WFO). WFO staff members Eric Petersen, Makoto Moore, and Mike Nosko gave a tour of the facility and helped members of Troop 27 attain their Weather Merit Badge.
Colorado, Pueblo
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Greetings from the NOAA Ship David Starr Jordan off the coast of California. Fisherman Joao Alves looks on as Southwest Fisheries Science Center scientists Sue Manion and Ron Dotson deploy a bongo net on the ship's Winter California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations (CalCOFI). CalCOFI is one of the longest ongoing fisheries investigations conducted by NOAA.
California coastal waters
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Crew members of the NOAA Ships Miller Freeman and Oscar Dyson pose on the bow of Miller Freeman. While conducting echo-integration trawl survey for walleye pollock in the eastern Bering Sea, theyencountered heavy icing conditions and proceeded to Unalaska to escape freezing spray and a brief respite from pounding seas.
Alaska, Unalaska
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NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory Technician Emrys Hall just after arrival at the South Pole Station on a ski-equipped New York Air National Guard LC-130. This was the first flight of the year to arrive. ESRL has two people stationed at South Pole year-round to maintain continuous records of atmospheric variables .
Antarctica, Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station

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