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NOAA Ship Fairweather Crew Members at Work
June 15, 2016
Type: Media: Image

Chief Boatswain Leslie Allen (right) and a fellow crew member aboard NOAA Ship Fairweather, a hydrographic survey vessel.

Type: Media: Document

Marine Operations, in the Office of Marine and Aviation operations (OMAO), will develop, implement, maintain, and ensure continual improvement via safety and environmental management systems.

Staging a Trawl Net for Deployment from NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson
May 25, 2016
Type: Media: Article

NOAA research vessels use trawling for many of the agency's fisheries surveys every year, providing important data that have helped the U.S. become a model of sustainable fisheries. 

Staging a Trawl Net for Deployment from NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson
May 25, 2016
Type: Media: Image

Crew on NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson prepare to deploy the trawl net on the back deck while the ship adjusts its heading based on the wind and sea conditions.

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster's Chief Engineer as Ship Enters Havana, Cuba
May 17, 2016
Type: Media: Article

The Charleston, S.C.-based ship is the first U.S. Government vessel to visit Cuba since diplomatic relations were restored.

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster's Chief Engineer as Ship Enters Havana, Cuba
May 9, 2016
Type: Media: Image

Chief Engineer Tim Olsen aboard NOAA Ship Nancy Foster looks toward Old Havana as the ship pulls into Cuba on May 8, 2016 for the first time.

Dr. John Lamkin Discussing NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Mission
May 9, 2016
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Fisheries marine biologist Dr. John Lamkin (right) provides an overview on May 9, 2016, of the science conducted aboard NOAA Ship Nancy Foster to U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Jeffrey DeLaurentis of the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba.

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster's Commanding Officer Describing CTD
May 9, 2016
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster's Commanding Officer Lt. Cmdr. Jeffrey Shoup (left) and Dr. John Lamkin (right) of the Southeast Fisheries Science Center describe one of the technologies scientists use to study the water column to U.S. Chargé d'Affaires Jeffrey DeLaurentis (center) during the ship's visit to Havana, Cuba, May 8-10, 2016.

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Crew and U.S. Embassy Personnel with the ship in Havana, Cuba
May 9, 2016
Type: Media: Image

U.S. Chargé d'Affairs Jeffrey DeLaurentis, U.S. Embassy personnel, and crew members from NOAA Ship Nancy Foster pause for a photo on 9 May 2016 with the ship during its visit to Havana, Cuba.

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Survey Tech Recovering CTD
May 7, 2016
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Ship Nancy Foster Survey Technician Nickolas Mitchell recovers a marine science instrument used to sample the water column during a test off the Florida coast.

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