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Crewmember collects sediment core sample
October 19, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Emily Osborne collects a sediment core sample from aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown boring a tube into the seafloor and then bringing up a column, or core, of sediment intact within the tube. Caps can automatically seal off the ends of the core after it has pulled up a sample, protecting the sample and keeping it intact.

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown CTD deployment
July 7, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Crewmembers Bryce Dewees and Jon Sharp deploy a CTD (connectivity, temperature and depth) device from aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown.

Ceremony participants with shovels during NOAA Ketchikan Port Facility groundbreaking event
August 31, 2021
Type: Media: Article

Federal, state and local officials joined NOAA on Aug. 31, 2021, at a groundbreaking ceremony marking the start of a project to revitalize the agency’s port facility in Ketchikan, Alaska. NOAA awarded an $18.7 million contract in April 2021 to...

Ceremony participants with shovels during NOAA Ketchikan Port Facility groundbreaking event
August 31, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Participants in the Aug. 31, 2021 groundbreaking ceremony for the NOAA Ketchikan Port Facility revitalization project.

Serving aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker, U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds holds a sample of plankton that is sub
July 21, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Serving aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker, U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds holds a sample of plankton that is submerged in a preservation fluid.

U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds uses a fluorometer aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker to test the water samples fo
July 21, 2021
Type: Media: Image

U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds uses a fluorometer aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker to test the water samples for chlorophyll.

Working aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker, U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds collects water samples from a conducti
July 21, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Working aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker, U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds collects water samples from a conductivity, temperature and depth device to measure the nutrient, chlorophyll and salinity content.

Working aboard NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker, U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds collects water samples from a conducti
July 21, 2021
Type: Media: Article

In January 2021, U.S. Coast Guard officer Lt. j.g. Rebecca Edmonds, found herself in an unusual situation for a Coast Guard member: serving as an officer of the deck aboard a NOAA ship.

ENS Spruill raises NOAA Ship Fairweather's flag
July 7, 2021
Type: Media: Image

Enisgn Jessica Spruill raises NOAA Ship Fairweather's flag to half-mast, in honor of the late Admiral Brennan, before beginning the day's hydrographic survey operations in Kodiak, Alaska

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