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NOAA's Restoration Center Collection
Catalog of Images

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Dixon Bay, oiled Spartina alterniflora in the wrack line of the marsh.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
701 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, an aerial image of degrading marsh in oil.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
702 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, boomed islands from the air.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
703 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled hyacinths
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
704 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled hyacinths covered in emulsion
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
705 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled hyacinths and Spartina alterniflora covered in emulsion at the wrack line.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
706 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled hyacinths and Spartina alterniflora covered in emulsion at the edge of the marsh.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
707 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, a close up of oiled Spartina alterniflora.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
708 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled vegetation against backdrop of boomed marsh.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
709 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled Phragmites and Spartina alterniflora.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
710 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, oiled hyacinths caught amid Phragmites australis.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
711 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, the southwest pass levee and base camp site in dense fog.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
712 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, the well site being capped.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
713 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, the barge that was used to decontaminate and collect oiled materials.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
714 thumbnail picture
Dixon Bay, clean-up activities at Sandy Spit.
Venice, Plaquemines County, Louisiana January 28, 1995
715 thumbnail picture
Harbor Island, East and West Waterways, the Duwamish River and the southwestern shore of Elliott Bay.
Seattle, King County, Washington
716 thumbnail picture
The Seattle City Light property. A portion of this site, right side of the image, was used to create the Hamm Creek project which daylighted the creek and created several meanders to improve the habitat function of this salmon-bearing stream.
Seattle, King County, Washington
717 thumbnail picture
A former, pre restoration, section of Hamm Creek choked by invasive vegetation.
Seattle, King County, Washington
718 thumbnail picture
A derelict ferry at the Turning Basin site adjacent to Kenco Marine and a Coastal America site. The ferry has since been removed as part of the restoration project.
Seattle, King County, Washington
719 thumbnail picture
Tribal fishermen on the Duwamish River.
Seattle, King County, Washington
720 thumbnail picture
Giant kelp, an important fisheries habitat can grow as much as two feet a day in depths at up to 150 feet.
Baja, California mid- 1980's
721 thumbnail picture
Giant kelp, an important fisheries habitat can grow as much as two feet a day in depths at up to 150 feet.
Baja, California mid- 1980's
722 thumbnail picture
Giant kelp, an important fisheries habitat can grow as much as two feet a day in depths at up to 150 feet.
Baja, California mid- 1980's
723 thumbnail picture
Giant kelp, an important fisheries habitat can grow as much as two feet a day in depths at up to 150 feet.
Baja, California mid- 1980's
724 thumbnail picture
Giant kelp, an important fisheries habitat can grow as much as two feet a day in depths at up to 150 feet.
Baja, California mid- 1980's
725 thumbnail picture
the existing siphon
Circa May 1996
726 thumbnail picture
back of Naomi Siphon
Circa May 1996
727 thumbnail picture
top of Naomi Siphon
Circa May 1996
728 thumbnail picture
Description not available.
Circa May 1996
729 thumbnail picture
Description not available.
Circa May 1996
730 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
731 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
732 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
733 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
734 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
735 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
736 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
737 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
738 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
739 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
740 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
741 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
742 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
743 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
744 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
745 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
746 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
747 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
748 thumbnail picture
This project was conducted to determine if geotube material could be used to as suitable substrate for oyster spat.
Circa June 1995
749 thumbnail picture
A potential land purchase. Land acquisitions are used in restoration to act as buffer areas for coastal wetlands and other significant fishery habitats.
Salem County, New Jersey Circa 1995

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