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NOAA's Sanctuaries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Nihoa Island
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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Lehua Island
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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Lehua Island
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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Lehua Island
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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A spectacular late afternoon rainbow following the arc of a cloud formation
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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Sunset at sea with sun dogs on each side of the setting sun
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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A sun pillar following the setting of the sun.
Hawaii, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
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Brown chromis swimming over the reef at Bright Bank. An elephant ear sponge is to the right in the image
Gulf of Mexico, Bright Bank 2004 October 28
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Deepwater habitat at Bright Bank with creole fish, grouper, Spanish hogfish, and brown chromis swimming about.
Gulf of Mexico, Bright Bank 2004 October 28
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Deepwater corals at MacNeil Bank.
Gulf of Mexico, MacNeil Bank 2009 May 11
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A school of creolefish (Paranthias furcifer) in deepwater habitat at MacNeil Bank.
Gulf of Mexico, MacNeil Bank 2009 May 11
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A sponge-dominated area of deepwater habitat at MacNeil Bank.
Gulf of Mexico, MacNeil Bank 2009 May 11
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Whip-like corals decorate the sea floor at 28 Fathom Bank as scamp (Myteroperca phenax) swim about.
Gulf of Mexico, 28 Fathom Bank 2003 August 6
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Creolefish (Paranthias furcifer) swimming around some deep reef habitat at 28 Fathom Bank.
Gulf of Mexico, 28 Fathom Bank 2003 August 6
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Green, gray, and white bottle brush corals with a few other deepwater corals mixed in.
Gulf of Mexico, McGrail Bank 2009 May 12
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Butterflyfish explore deepwater habitat at McGrail Bank.
Gulf of Mexico, McGrail Bank 2009 May 12
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Description not available.
Gulf of Mexico, Flower Garden Banks
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Description not available.
Gulf of Mexico, Flower Garden Banks
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Description not available.
Gulf of Mexico, Flower Garden Banks
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Basket sea star (Gorgonocephalus eucnemisin) soft bottom habitat
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2002
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Cushion sea star (Pteraster tesselatus) in rocky reef habitat up close
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2002
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Blood star (Henricia leviuscula)
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2002
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Bat sea star (Asterina minuita)up close on rocky reef covered with invertebrates at 25 meters depth. Latitude 37 41 N., Longitude 122 59 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Leather star (Dermasterias imbricata) and bat stars at 30 meters depth.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Algae and invertebrate cover on boulder in sandy habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Invertebrate cover on boulder in sandy habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Sunflower sea star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) and fish eating sea anemone up close at 30 meters depth.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Sunflower sea star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) and shell hash in sandy boulder habitat at 30 meters depth.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Sunflower sea star (Pycnopodia helianthoides) at 30 meters depth.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Sea Star (Henricia leviuscula) up close on rocky reef habitat
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Sea star (Asterina sp.) up close in rocky reef habitat at 90 meters depth. Latitude 38 04 N., Longitude 123 28 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2004
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Bat Sea Stars (Asterina minuita) in rocky reef habitat at 31 meters depth. Latitude 37 41 N., Longitude 123 00 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2004
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Sea star (Asterina sp.) up close in rocky reef habitat at 31 meters depth. Latitude 37 41 N., Longitude 123 00 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2004
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Feathered crinoids (Florometra serratissima) and bat stars in sandy boulder habitat at 115 meters depth. Latitude 38 02 N., Longitude 123 29 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2004
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Seastar (Solaster spp.) on soft bottom habitat at 35 meters. Latitude 37 54 N., Longitude 122 -47 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2005
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Sunflower star (Solaster stimpsoni) in soft bottom habitat at 35 meters. Latitude 37 54 N., Longitude 122 -47 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2005
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Feathered Crinoids (Florometra serratissima)
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2002
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Feathered Crinoids (Florometra serratissima) at 74 meters depth. Latitude 38 03N., Longitude 123 28 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Pygmy rockfish (Sebastes wilsoni) and feathered crinoids (Florometra serratissima) in boulder habitat at 74 meters depth. Latitude 38 03N., Longitude 123 28 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Close up of feathered crinoids (Florometra serratissima) on boulder at 115 meters depth. Latitude 38 02 N., Longitude 123 29 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2004
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Cookie cutter sea star (Ceramaster patagonicus) and feather crinoids (Florometra serratissima) in boulder habitat at 115 meters depth. Latitude 38 01N., Longitude 123 29 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Brittle sea stars in boulder habitat at 115 meters depth. Latitude 38 01N., Longitude 123 29 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora) on boulder in rocky habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora) on boulder in rocky habitat at 25 meters depth. Latitude 37 41 N., Longitude 122 59 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora) on boulder in rocky habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora on boulder in rocky habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Unidentified tunicate, anemones, and rockfish at 25 meters depth. Latitude 37 41 N., Longitude 122 59 W.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora) on boulder in rocky habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora) on boulder in rocky habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003
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Fish eating anemone (Urticina piscivora) on boulder in rocky habitat.
California, Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary 2003

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