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 An outbound ship passes under Verrazano Narrows Bridge as a NOAA modified catamaran takes mobile current profiles with an acoustic data collection platform (ADCP).
 Taken from the NOAA Ship SURVEYOR
 NOAA Ship RAINIER returning to home from field season.  The ship is in the locks between Puget Sound and Lake Union.
 Petersburg from the air - NOAA Ship RAINIER anchored off harbor
 NOAA Ship RAINIER crew beach party at Chowiet Island in the Semidi Island group southwest of Kodiak Island.  RAINIER in background.  Transportation  to and from beach in the foreground.
 NOAA Headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.  The NOAA Central Library is in the large rectangular building in the center of the photograph.
 NOAA Ship MALCOLM BALDRIGE.
 The Seattle space needle from the bow of the NOAA Ship RAINIER
 Isla Cocos as seen from the NOAA Ship McARTHUR during STAR 2000 project.
 High school teacher on NOAA Ship RAINIER as part of NOAA Teacher at Sea Program.
 Looking over the reef to Palmyra Island.  The NOAA ship Hi' ialakai is offshore in the left of the image.
 A scene along the Inside Passage seen from the NOAA Ship RAINIER.
 NOAA satellite GOES-J mounted on an Atlas Centaur rocket ready for launch. Satellite was launched on May 23, 1995 and became GOES-9 when operational.
 Aerial view of Fort Jefferson with NOAA Ship FERREL anchored offshore in background.
 Palmyra Island seen looking astern from the NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai as it proceeds to its next project area.
 A blue-footed booby stops for a rest on the NOAA Ship RESEARCHER.
 NOAA Ship RAINIER survey launch headed out for a day's work in the Rudyerd Bay area.  What a great place to work.
 NOAA Headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland.  The NOAA Central Library is in the large rectangular building in the center of the photograph.
 A contingent of red-footed boobies keeping pace with the NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown near sunset. Half-moon seen to the left.
 NOAA Ship RAINIER crew beach party at Chowiet Island in the Semidi Island group southwest of Kodiak Island.
 A bird's eye view of sediment being pumped onto the marsh platform. This image was used in the NOAA Restoration Center brochure that was published in May 2001.
 A waterspout in the Gulf of Mexico photographed from the NOAA Ship RUDE
 Puffy cumulus illuminated by late afternoon sun far below a NOAA P-3 returning to base at after a mission.
 The arcuate beach at Fish Ranch Bay.  A survey boat from the NOAA Ship RAINIER is waiting for a shore survey party to complete its work.
 NOAA ships at the NOAA National Marine Fisheries Laboratory pier.
 NOAA Corps Ensign Doug Krause with deck hand Mike Theberge at the Carara Biological Reserve.
 Cape Hatteras, Chesapeake Bay, and Delaware Bay as observed from a NOAA satellite with an infra-red sensor.
 Eric Hutchins, NOAA, discusses restoration alternatives with a group of potential contractors and restoration partners.
 The bow of the NOAA Ship ALBATROSS IV heading towards the rising sun.
 Giant sandwaves as seen from NOAA helicopter during SHOALS Lidar survey.
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