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Joint Canada-US Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey Post #5

Joint U.S-Canada Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey

On September 6th, an international team of researchers assembled to survey deep-sea coral and sponge habitats on seamounts 300 miles offshore of the U.S.-Canada border in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Follow this blog to learn what they discover.
November 08, 2022 - Survey ,
In a large room, several scientists sit on chairs looking at different screens showing a black and white image of black coral on the seafloor. In the ship’s wet lab, the science crew is glued to the monitors during a drop-camera survey on Brown Bear Seamount, one of the seamounts that has never been seen by humans before. This was one of the final surveys of this expedition during which we watched live images of black coral. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Paul Hillman.

Joint Canada-US Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey Post #4

Joint U.S-Canada Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey

On September 6th, an international team of researchers assembled to survey deep-sea coral and sponge habitats on seamounts 300 miles offshore of the U.S.-Canada border in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Follow this blog to learn what they discover.
October 06, 2022 - Survey ,
Group of 9 common dolphins swimming rapidly in blue water. Rare sighting this far north of common short-beaked dolphins bow-riding the Canadian Coast Guard Vessel John P Tully. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Paul Hillman.

Joint Canada-US Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey Post #3

Joint U.S-Canada Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey

On September 6th, an international team of researchers assembled to survey deep-sea coral and sponge habitats on seamounts 300 miles offshore of the U.S.-Canada border in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Follow this blog to learn what they discover.
September 20, 2022 - Survey ,
Metal cage surrounding an underwater dual-camera housing with 4 underwater LED lights below. The stereo drop-camera rig. The two lenses along the top are the two cameras and the four lower cylinders are the LED strobe lights that flash when the cameras fire. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Paul Hillman.

Joint Canada-US Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey Post #2

Joint U.S-Canada Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey

On September 6th, an international team of researchers assembled to survey deep-sea coral and sponge habitats on seamounts 300 miles offshore of the U.S.-Canada border in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. Follow this blog to learn what they discover.
September 16, 2022 - Survey ,
photo of two people in hard hats and orange vests lowering stereocamera array overboard Deploying the stereo camera system over the starboard side of the Canadian Coast Guard Vessel John P. Tully. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Paul Hillman.

Joint Canada-U.S. Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey Post #1

Joint U.S-Canada Deep-Sea Coral Seamount Survey

On September 6th, an international team of researchers assembled to survey deep sea coral and sponge habitats on seamounts 300 miles offshore of the U.S.-Canada border in the Northeast Pacific. Follow this blog to learn what they discover.
September 14, 2022 - Survey ,
Photograph of ships bow crashing through rough water. The bow of the Canada Coast Guard vessel John P. Tully plowing through rough seas in the Northeast Pacific Ocean—150 miles west of the US-Canada border. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Paul Hillman.

A Voyage Through The Arctic Post #3

A Voyage Through the Arctic

Follow NOAA Fisheries Alaska Tribal Research Coordinator and partners collecting valuable data and information to further promote awareness of our precious Alaskan resources.
September 09, 2022 - Survey ,
View from ship with orange netgear on deck and sunlit islands in the distance Traveling west along the Aleutian Island archipelago. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Mabel Baldwin-Schaeffer

Innovation to Learn More About Alaska's Deep-Sea Corals and the Species that Live There Post #8

Innovation to Learn About Deep-Sea Coral Communities in the Gulf of Alaska

Some of our observations during this survey of deep sea coral ecosystems in the Gulf of Alaska
July 29, 2022 - Survey ,
A soft fan shaped coral sits surrounded by the rocky structures that have built upon each other for years as part of this unique ecosystem. Credit: NMFS/NOAA. Color correction applied by NOAA Fisheries