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NOAA's Sanctuaries Collection
Catalog of Images

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The schooner Paul Palmer's auxiliary anchor
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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An ocean pout under the hide under the anemone covered wooden frames of the schooner Paul Palmer
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The Paul Palmer is an oasis of biodiversity
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A group of cod hide under the anemone covered wooden frames of the schooner Paul Palmer
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The Paul Palmer is an oasis of biodiversity
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Artifacts sit on the Frank A. Palmer's main deck.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Artifacts sit on the Frank A. Palmer's main deck.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The sink and toilet are still in place in the Frank A. Palmer's captain cabin.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The Frank A. Palmer's hull is covered with frilled anemones
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Artifacts sit on the Frank A. Palmer's main deck.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Artifacts sit on the Frank A. Palmer's main deck.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The Portland's steam release pipe
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Cups and plates in the steamship Portland's galley
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A ceramic mug sits amongst twisted pipes on the steamship Portland's main deck
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A ceramic pitcher sits on the seafloor next to the Portland's hull
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The open porthole reminds us of the 200 people lost when the Portland sank in 1898
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A cusk hides in the Portland's steam release pipe
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A fire hose sits on the edge of the Portland's hull
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Lanterns sit inside the Portland's hull
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Side scan sonar image of the steamship Portland
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Synthetic aperture sonar image of the steamship Portland
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A remotely operated vehicle (ROV) is used by NOAA scientists to study the seafloor, marine life, and shipwrecks.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The remotely operated vehicle Hela, operated by the Northeast Underwater Research Technology and Education Center at the University of Connecticut, has been used to monitor the health of the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary's ecosystem
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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The Northeast Underwater Research Technology and Education Center at the University of Connecticut operates the remotely operated vehicle KRAKEN 2. It is being prepared for a dive in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary .
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A side scan sonar is used to characterize the seafloor and locate maritime heritage resources
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Synthetic aperture sonar image of the collided coal schooners Frank A. Palmer and Louise B. Crary
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Anchor on seafloor.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Humpback whale feeding with baleen visible.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A levitating whale.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Levitating whale returning to the sea.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A soaring humpback whale at the beginning of its breach.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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A humpback whale in a graceful arc as it begins its descent to the sea from a near vertical breach.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Two breaching whales leaving behind their splashes and one still airborne.
Massachusetts, Stellwagen Bank NMS
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Marine archaeology dive team after return to surface from the shipwreck of the NORTHERN LIGHT.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver with lights approaching the bow of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver over the bow of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver below stern and upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Debris from the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Diver over wreckage of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS
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Upside-down rudder of the NORTHERN LIGHT, a shipwreck in 190 feet water depth. The NORTHERN LIGHT sank in 1930. It had been a Great Lakes freighter but had been converted to a barge in 1927.
Florida, Off Key Largo, Florida Keys NMS

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