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NOAA's Small World Collection
Catalog of Images

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Entering the Panama Canal on the NOAA Ship BELL M. SHIMADA
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Entering the Panama Canal on the NOAA Ship BELL M. SHIMADA
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A view of Taiohae Harbor.
Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva
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A pelican in paradise.
Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva
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Looking down on Anahoe Bay
Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva
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Hatiheu village or perhaps Taivipai Valley tikis - one modern, one ancient.
Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva
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A beautiful waterfall.
Marquesas Islands, Nuku Hiva
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A native hut at waters edge
American Samoa
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Fort D'Estrees on Goree Island, off the westernmost promontory of Africa. This fort was built by the French in the 1850's.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Columnar basalts at the westernmost tip of mainland Africa. As opposed to having been formed by the breakup of Pangaea, these basalts are dated as Quaternary period and associated with Mamelles Volcano.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Goree Island, from the 15th to the 19th century, it was the largest slave- trading center on the African coast. Portuguese, Dutch, English, and French ruled this area in turn. Today it is has been designated a World Heritage Site.
Senegal, Goree Island, Africa 2008 February
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Goree Island, from the 15th to the 19th century, it was the largest slave- trading center on the African coast. Portuguese, Dutch, English, and French ruled this area in turn. Today it is has been designated a World Heritage Site.
Senegal, Goree Island, Africa 2008 February
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Gates of the Presidential palace in Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Tame ostriches at the Bandia Game Preserve looking for dinner.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Tame ostriches and warthogs eating food provided by caretaker at Bandia Game Preserve.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Impala grazing at the Bandia Game Preserve.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Impala grazing at the Bandia Game Preserve.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Eland at the Bandia Game Preserve
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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White rhinoceros at the Bandia Game Preserve
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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An oryx at the Bandia Game Preserve
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Salt workers in the highly saline Lake Retbe, the "Pink Lake." The color comes from a cyanobacteria.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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A salt worker in the highly saline Lake Retbe, the "Pink Lake." The color comes from a cyanobacteria.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Some of the tools of the salt workers at Lake Retbe.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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A view of the pink waters and salt-encrusted shore of Lake Retbe. The color comes from a cyanobacteria.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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A taxi on the outskirts of Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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A bus on the outskirts of Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Horse-carts compete with modern trucks on the outskirts of Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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An open air market on the outskirts of Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Horse cart on the streets of Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Competing for space on a Dakar street with tank trucks, motorcycles, and passenger vehicles.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Competing for space on a Dakar street with tank trucks, motorcycles, and semi-trucks.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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Horse cart on the streets of Dakar.
Senegal, Africa 2008 February
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A rare occurrence of pahoehoe lava on this small island.
Galapagos Islands, Las Tintoreras 2012 June
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Be careful where you're wading. Sharks are often seen in this narrow channel coming from the sea.
Galapagos Islands, Isla Isabella 2012 June
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A white-tip shark seen in a narrow channel coming from the sea.
Galapagos Islands, Isla Isabella 2012 June
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With volcanoes in the background, the green mangroves, blue waters, black aa and white lichen makes for a very picturesque lagoon at Las Tintoreras.
Galapagos Islands, Las Tintoreras 2012 June
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Outrigger canoe excursion at Bora Bora.
1982
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The high peaks of Bora Bora.
1982
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Hotel rooms in a tropical lagoon.
1982
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The high peaks of Bora Bora
1982
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Hotel rooms on Bora Bora
1982
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Outrigger canoe adorns the entrance to the Hotel Marara.
1982
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Outlying island from main volcanic edifice of Bora Bora. Eventually the inner island will erode to sea level and all that will be left of Bora Bora is a low atoll with islands ringing the inner lagoon.
1982
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Tourist shelling during outrigger excursion to Bora Bora reef.
1982
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Lonely outpost on the west coast of Mexico.
West Coast of Mexico 1982
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Coastline of Pagan Island.
1982
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Coral islets undercut by wave action that will eventually lead to mushroom like rock structures suspended by narrow necks. Unidentified location but such structures are seen throughout the western Pacific Ocean.
Western Pacific coral island 2012

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