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Survey technician cleans oceanographic sensors
March 31, 2021
Type: Media: Article

In her own words, Sophia Tigges shares her journey from a young, budding science enthusiast to becoming a survey technician for The Nation’s leading federal scientific agency.

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown bridge crew
December 28, 2020
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Corps officers command the agency's research and survey vessels, including NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown.

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown and N43RF Survey the Ocean
February 10, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Here NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown and WP-3D Orion N43RF Miss Piggy are seen collecting data together for NOAA's ATOMIC (Atlantic Tradewind Ocean-Atmosphere Mesoscale Interaction Campaign) study. The project is focused primarily on studying how ocean moisture and temperature relates to cloud formation. 

Survey technician services buoy
February 2, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Survey Technician Sophia Tigges aboard NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown removing gooseneck barnacles that have made their home on the bottom of a buoy.

Survey technician cleans oceanographic sensors
February 2, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Survey Technician Sophia Tigges is seen here removing barnacles from oceanographic sensors that were attached to a moored buoy.

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
January 7, 2020
Type: Media: Article

Six-week scientific campaign in the Caribbean will include ships, aircraft, autonomous vehicles, buoys and other tools to study the interactions between the ocean and atmosphere.

NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
October 22, 2018
Type: Media: Article

Ronald H. Brown, NOAA's largest ship, returns to Charleston after more than eight months at sea.

Pictured: (top row, left to right) Reciprocity Diver Adam Brynes, NOAA Diver Lt. Brian Elliot, (bottom, left to right) Reciproci
July 17, 2017
Type: Media: Article

A team of NOAA divers from NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown serviced a series of buoys at Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.

Pictured: (top row, left to right) Reciprocity Diver Adam Brynes, NOAA Diver Lt. Brian Elliot, (bottom, left to right) Reciproci
July 17, 2017
Type: Media: Image

Pictured: (top row, left to right) Reciprocity Diver Adam Brynes, NOAA Diver Lt. Brian Elliot, (bottom, left to right) Reciprocity Diver Patrick Vandenabeele, Peter Talivaa (Deputy Superintendent, NMSAS), NOAA Diver Ensign Marisa Gedney.

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown returning to Charleston, S.C.
March 30, 2017
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown sailing into Charleston, S.C. on March 25, 2017 after its longest-ever deployment.

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