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NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown small boat launch
January 12, 2022
Type: Media: Image

BGL Ryan Walker, AB Cody Higgins, and SCI Steve Kunze are launched via the small boat to repair equipment.

SCI Steve Kunze uses sound signals to communicate with buoy
January 12, 2022
Type: Media: Image

SCI Steve Kunze uses sound signals to communicate with a buoy and release it from the sea floor.

Chief SCI Reneylls Perez (AOML) and Lt.j.g Jeffrey Calderon look on while a scientific mooring is being prepped for recovery.
January 12, 2022
Type: Media: Image

Chief SCI Reneylls Perez (AOML) and Lt.j.g Jeffrey Calderon look on while a scientific mooring is being prepped for recovery.

AB Cody Higgins and Ensign Logan Dodson working on the deck of NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown
January 12, 2022
Type: Media: Image

AB Cody Higgins instructs Ensign Logan Dodson on how to safely use the ship's equipment while recovering a scientific mooring

GVA Derrick Mitchell salutes the camera while working on deck
January 12, 2022
Type: Media: Image

GVA Derrick Mitchell salutes the camera while working aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown crew recovers scientific buoy
January 12, 2022
Type: Media: Image

SCI Steve Kunze (PMEL) and Lt.j.g. Jeffrey Calderon stands by as the cable mooring the scientific buoy to the seafloor is recovered on board

December 27, 2021
Type: Media: Video

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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.

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