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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

5300 thumbnail picture
Razor clams being moved from the dock to the cannery
Alaska, Chisik Island 1940 August
5301 thumbnail picture
Cans of razor clams being readied for packing
Alaska, Chisik Island 1940 August
5302 thumbnail picture
Women on the clam processing line
Alaska, Chisik Island 1940 August
5303 thumbnail picture
Cans of Pioneer Sea Clams being readied for shipment
Alaska, Chisik Island 1940 August
5304 thumbnail picture
Processing razor clams
Alaska, Chisik Island 1940 August
5305 thumbnail picture
Processing razor clams
Alaska, Chisik Island 1940 August
5306 thumbnail picture
A Passamaquoddy Bay sardine cannery
Maine, probably Eastport or Lubec
5307 thumbnail picture
The herring reduction plant at Port Armstrong
Alaska, Port Armstrong 1960 April
5308 thumbnail picture
Fish canning machine.
Alaska, Sand Point 1940 circa
5309 thumbnail picture
A floating cannery ship SANTA FLAVIA owned by the Alaska Fisheries Co-operative Packing Company.
Alaska, Bristol Bay 1938
5310 thumbnail picture
Tagging striped bass
1963
5311 thumbnail picture
Tagging jumbo striped bass
North Carolina, Cape Hatteras 1958 winter
5312 thumbnail picture
Measuring striped bass
North Carolina, Beaufort 1963
5313 thumbnail picture
Tagging jumbo striped bass
North Carolina, Cape Hatteras 1958 winter
5314 thumbnail picture
James E. Sykes on left and William S. Davis tagging striped bass from USFWS trap.
North Carolina, Scotland Neck on the Roanoke River 1956 May
5315 thumbnail picture
Tagging a striped bass with a nylon streamer tag attached with nylon thread.
North Carolina, Beaufort 1958 January 8
5316 thumbnail picture
Tagging a large striped bass
North Carolina, Beaufort
5317 thumbnail picture
Biologist tagging large striped bass to determine the coastal migration patterns of these fish.
North Carolina, Cape Hatteras
5318 thumbnail picture
Tagging large striped bass
North Carolina, Cape Hatteras
5319 thumbnail picture
Forceps extracting gonad through vent of striped bass for sex determination.
North Carolina, Beaufort
5320 thumbnail picture
Scientist weighing ova obtained from striped bass
North Carolina, Beaufort 1963 circa
5321 thumbnail picture
Fish tagged with nylon streamer tag caught in a nylon gill net.
Atlantic coast United States 1958 January 8
5322 thumbnail picture
A large striped bass ovary used in study of fecundity
North Carolina, Beaufort 1963 circa
5323 thumbnail picture
Top - striped bass larva 7mm long, 16 days after hatching. Middle - 18-day-old striped bass larva 8 mm in length. Bottom - 23-day-old striped bass larva, 12 mm long. Anal, second dorsal, and caudal fin rays well developed. Air bladder shwon immediately above fore-part of stomach.
North Carolina, Beaufort
5324 thumbnail picture
Recovering gear aboard the M/V BERTHA ANN during a winter research cruise
North Pacific Ocean 1962
5325 thumbnail picture
Big Creek Hatchery
5326 thumbnail picture
Big Creek Hatchery
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5327 thumbnail picture
Feeding juvenile salmon
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5328 thumbnail picture
Feeding juvenile salmon
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5329 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5330 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5331 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5332 thumbnail picture
Salmon in holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5333 thumbnail picture
Salmon in holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5334 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5335 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5336 thumbnail picture
Salmon raceway
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5337 thumbnail picture
Salmon raceway
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5338 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens and raceway
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5339 thumbnail picture
Salmon holding pens and raceway
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5340 thumbnail picture
Big Creek Hatchery
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5341 thumbnail picture
Big Creek Hatchery raceway
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5342 thumbnail picture
Big Creek Hatchery raceway
Oregon, Astoria, Big Creek 1968 September
5343 thumbnail picture
Juvenile or adult bigeye
Georgia, Brunswick BCF Laboratory
5344 thumbnail picture
Biological research - tagged stones. Tagged stones were regularly examined to determine the number of aquatic insects important as fish food. Records of insect abundance before and after the stream watershed has been sprayed with DDT enabled BCF biologists to evaluate the effect of pesticides on fish populations.
Alaska, Prince of Wales Island 1962 circa
5345 thumbnail picture
Biological research - soft X-ray equipment. Through the use of soft x-ray equipment, biologists are able to determine the skeletal structure and patterns of development in extremely small fish specimens. This in turn helps to understand changes taking place in development and place fish in their proper taxonomic order.
Georgia, Brunswick BCF Laboratory
5346 thumbnail picture
Biological research - a limnologist analyzing water samples.
5347 thumbnail picture
A biologist examining a specimen through a microscope
Massachusetts, Woods Hole BCF Laboratory 1962 circa
5348 thumbnail picture
Biologists preparing specimens for X-ray examination
5349 thumbnail picture
Clyde Mackenzie, fisheries biologist, and shellfish industry workers experiment with a chemical treatment to remove competitive plant and animal growth from oysters during a transplanting operation.

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