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NOAA's Sanctuaries Collection
Catalog of Images

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California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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Swimmer's eye-view of the kelp beds off Monterey.
California, Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary
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Remains of an anchor at Cape Alava
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Remains of an anchor at Cape Alava
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Fuca Pillar at Cape Flattery, the northwest extremity of the Olympic Peninsula
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Fuca Pillar at Cape Flattery, the northwest extremity of the Olympic Peninsula An aerial view.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Tatoosh Lighthouse from offshore.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Tskawahyah Island at sunset
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Sunset along an Olympic Coast beach
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Sunset along the Olympic Coast
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Aerial view of Teahwhit Head and James Island
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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California mussel bed along the Olympic Coast
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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The rocky intertidal zone
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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A pair of Tufted Puffins on a cliff
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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A Black Oystercatcher.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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A Murre colony up close
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Tidal current patterns in the sand and sea grass at low tide
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS
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Mary Sue Brancato, Resource Protection Specialist for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, is setting a trap to monitor for green crab, an invasive species.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS, Neah Bay 2006 September 28
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Mary Sue Brancato, Resource Protection Specialist for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, is tagging a dead bird as part of the COASST (Coastal Observation and Seatbird Survey Team) monthly survey of dead birds on area beaches.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS, Hobuck Beach 2006 September 28
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Greg McCormack, Naturalist and Education Specialist for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, is talking to a group of volunteer docents about plants and animals found in tide pools. 15 miles west of Port Angeles.
Washington, Salt Creek County Park 2006 May 30
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Greg McCormack, Naturalist and Education Specialist for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, is talking to a group of volunteer docents about the structure and life cycle of a purple sea urchin. 15 miles west of Port Angeles.
Washington, Salt Creek County Park 2006 May 30
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Seabird observers Barbara Blackie and Scott Mills are searching for birds from the NOAA Ship McARTHUR II while it was operating in sanctuary waters.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS 2005 June 10
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Oceanographer Liz Zele prepares to deploy the CTD from the deck of the NOAA Ship McARTHUR II with the help of technician Lacey O'Neal.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS 2005 June 7
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Mary Sue Brancato, Resource Protection Specialist for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, is setting a trap to monitor for green crab, an invasive species.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS, Neah Bay 2006 September 28
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Ed Bowlby, Research Coordinator for the Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary, photographing humpback whales feeding just off the bow of the NOAA Ship McARTHUR II.
Washington, Olympic Coast NMS 2005 June 8
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A squid - Illex illecebrosus - cruising over a sandy area of the bank
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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School of fish
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A humpback whale breaching
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A Northern Right Whale on the surface
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A Wolf Fish - Anarhichas lupus - hiding in the rocks
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A Sea Raven - Hemitripterus americanus
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Divers Benjamin Cowie-Haskell and Deborah Marx climb back onboard the R/V Gannet after an investigation of the shipwreck Paul Palmer
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS 2006 July 26
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Divers Benjamin Cowie-Haskell and Deborah Marx are buzzed by a large mola mola or ocean sunfish while documenting the shipwreck of the coal schooner Paul Palmer
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS 2006 September 8
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Divers Benjamin Cowie-Haskell and Deborah Marx wait to be picked by the R/V Auk after a dive to the shipwreck of the coal schooner Paul Palmer
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS 2006 September 14
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NOAA divers return from a dive in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Marine debris on the shipwreck of the coal schooner Paul Palmer includes recreational fishing line and jigs.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A large trawl net was wrapped around the windlass on the shipwreck of the coal schooner Paul Palmer until it was removed by NOAA divers in 2006.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A trawl net cable sliced into the steamship Portland's bow before the fishermen lost his entire net.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A trawl net cable sliced into the steamship Portland's bow before the fishermen lost his entire net.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Fishing gear that is entangled historic shipwrecks harms the wreck's wooden structure as well as the marine life that reside there.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Derelict fishing gear
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Lost fishing gear still continues to fish
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Derelict fishing gear
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The coal schooner Paul Palmer's stern timbers
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The schooner Paul Palmer's wooden frames protrude up from the sandy seafloor of Stellwagen Bank
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS

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