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#20 - U.S. Supports Shark & Ray Proposals
Loggerhead Turtle
#37B - Breaking News!
David Herring Moderates the 'Open EI Platform' Side Event
Zhiliang Zhu of USGS Explains the Impact of Fires
 Hundreds of Utah glider pilots rely daily on NOAA's National Weather Service Salt Lake City aviation services, including soaring forecasts and observed surface and upper air wind information. Here at the Flight Park State Recreation  Area, hang glider a
green turtles amid marine debris
 The pilot boat PUDU approaching the NOAA Ship RON BROWN in the Strait of Magellan.
 Whale studies off the NOAA Ship DELAWARE II.
Jellyfish, Texas
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 Plate 31. Clupea harengus membras L. Family Clupeidae. In: Fishery Resources of the USSR,  N.N.Kondakov, Artist Editor. 1957.  NOAA Central Library Call Number: SH91.R9 1957.
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Turtle hatchling heading for the ocean
 Taken from the NOAA Ship SURVEYOR
 Artist's conception of the NOAA Ship OCEANOGRAPHER.
Clam Harvest: Testing at Sea
sunrise over Eastern Island
 NOAA helicopter landing on helicopter pad of NOAA Ship SURVEYOR.
 Cave explored by NOAA Ship PEIRCE Boston whaler.
 Giant sandwaves as seen from NOAA helicopter during SHOALS Lidar survey.
 Photographer and bird go eye-to-eye on the NOAA Ship DAVID STARR JORDAN.
spinner dolphins
 Giant sandwaves as seen from NOAA helicopter during SHOALS Lidar
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 Plate 33. Clupea harengus pallasi n. maris-albi Berg. Family Clupeidae. In: Fishery Resources of the USSR,  N.N.Kondakov, Artist Editor. 1957.  NOAA Central Library Call Number: SH91.R9 1957.
February 6, 2013 A murky scene of abandoned fishing nets, Puget Sound
 Greetings from the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve where NOAA researchers recently conducted dart biopsy sampling of bottlenose dolphins.  L-R  back: Todd Speakman, Karen Coomer, Sarah Howlett, Lori Schwacke, J. D. Dubick; Front L-R: Er
 Graphic of briefcase sticker art lauding NOAA A-D, the first of the TIROS-N polar-orbiting satellites.  Only NOAA-A and NOAA-C ultimately became operational .
Clam Harvest: Testing at Sea
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