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NOAA's Restoration Center Collection
Catalog of Images

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Vincent Cheramie, monitoring manager, and Brian Kendrick, project manager at Mobile Canal, Point Au Fer Island. View from east to west.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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David Burkholder, project manager, Lake Chapeau. The image is taken at Point Au Fer from west to east at the breach area.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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Vincent Cheramie, monitoring manager for Point Au Fer, and Eric Web, monitoring supervisor, Thibodaux, Louisiana. The view is from the west to east at the breach.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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David Burkholder, project manager, Lake Chapeau; Eric Web, monitoring supervisor all projects; and Vincent Cheramie, monitoring manager. The view is from west to east at the breach, Point Au Fer.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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The old beach at Point Au Fer.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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The old beach at Point Au Fer.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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The old beach at Point Au Fer.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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Mobile Canal beach repair.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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Placement of oyster shell along the wooden plug.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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Shoreline stabilization was undertaken to protect the beach at Point Au Fer
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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A barge-mounted crane loads rock which will be placed to stabilize shoreline erosion.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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Point Au Fer after restoration.
Point Au Fer Island, Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana February 1998
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This image shows a "normal" rock sole. Compare with some of the images that follow.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This image shows a "normal" rock sole top and a "normal" English sole, bottom. Compare with some of the images that follow.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This image shows a rock sole with fin erosion.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This image shows a Starry flounder with fin erosion.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. Close up of a Starry flounder with fin erosion.
Washington, Duwamish River
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. Close up of a Barred Sand Bass with pectoral fin blunting.
Queensway Bay, Washington
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This fish has erosion of the fin.
Long Island Sound
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. The pathology of this Windowpane Flounder shows a liver nodule.
Raritan Bay
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of a "normal" winter flounder. Compare this image to several that follow.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of a winter flounder with liver nodules.
Massachusetts, Boston Harbor
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of a winter flounder with liver nodules.
Massachusetts, Boston Harbor
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of a winter flounder with liver nodules and fin erosion.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of a starry flounder, ventral shot, with fin erosion.
Washington, Duwamish River
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of an English sole with fin erosion.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of an English sole with fin retraction.
Washington, Duwamish River
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This is an image of an English sole with liver neoplasms.
Washington, Elliott Bay
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. This English sole has an ulcerated dorsal fin.
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The introduction of toxins into the marine environment have drastic effects on the organisms that live there. An English sole with epidermal neoplasm.
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A flounder swims through a healthy bed of seagrass.
Narragansett Bay, RI 1985-2000
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A juvenile American Lobster in natural cobble habitat in Rhode Island waters. The blue coloring in lobsters is thought to occur when the crustacean eats primarily one type of food in the lab. However, blue lobsters are occasionally found in the wild as a genetic anomaly.
Narragansett Bay, RI
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A bay scallop in its natural habitat, eelgrass or Zostera marina.
Narragansett Bay, RI July, 1978
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Metriolium senile, an anenome commonly found in Rhode Island waters. The anenome likes swift moving water and is frequently found in high current areas.
Narragansett Bay, RI Circa 1990
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Caribbean Spiny lobster, Panulirus argus. Range: western tropical Atlantic (North Carolina to Brazil, to depths of 90m).
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The MV Columbus Iselin grounded on Looe Key in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary in August 1994. When the ship grounded it caused extensive damage to the reef. This image shows a huge swath of coral rubble at the impact site.
Looe Key, FKNMS, Florida August 1994
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An overview of Dixon Bay in map form.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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An aerial of Dixon Bay
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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Dixon Bay Island from the air.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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A view of Dixon Bay from the west.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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The first in a series of aerial images of Dixon Bay. The wing of the aircraft is visible in the upper frame of the image.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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The second in a series of aerial images of Dixon Bay.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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The third in a series of aerial images of Dixon Bay.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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The islands after the booms were placed to prevent infiltration of oil into the marsh habitats.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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Dixon Bay - Phragmites boom as seen from the air. This image was taken in dense fog.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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Dixon Bay - Attempts to contain the spill included booms placed around the Spartina alterniflora marsh habitat.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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An aerial view of the boom used to contain the spill at Dixon Bay.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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Dixon Bay; the open bay. This image shows oiled vegetation and a fog bank in the distance.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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Dixon Bay, oil emulsion floating in the densely fogged marsh.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
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Dixon Bay, a close up of oiled Spartina alterniflora, emulsion and browned leaves.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995

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