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Survey technician services buoy
February 2, 2020
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Survey technician cleans oceanographic sensors
February 2, 2020
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Survey technician cleans oceanographic sensors
March 31, 2021
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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.

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NOAA Ship Whiting was built by the Marietta Manufacturing Company in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Commissioned on July 8, 1963, the ship was designed and outfitted for hydrographic and bathymetric surveys...
NOAA Ship Miller Freeman at anchor
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NOAA Ship Miller Freeman was built by the American Shipbuilding Company in Lorain, Ohio. Commissioned in 1974, the ship conducted fishery and living marine research. The ship normally operated off the U.S. Pacific...
NOAA Ship Hi'ialakai aerial view
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NOAA Ship Hi‘ialakai was built by the Tacoma Boatbuilding Company in Tacoma, Washington. Commissioned on September 3, 2004, the ship served as a multipurpose oceanographic research ship whose primary missions...
NOAA Ship Townsend Cromwell
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NOAA Ship Townsend Cromwell was built by the J.Ray McDermott Company in Morgan City, Louisiana. Commissioned in June 1975, the ship’s main operation included fishery and living marine resource research in support of...
NOAA Ship Rude underway
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NOAA Ship Rude (pronounced "Rudy") was built by Jakobson Shipyard in Oyster Bay, New York. Commissioned in March 29, 1967, the ship performed inshore hydrographic surveys along the U.S. east coast in support of NOAA...

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