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Props to Another Bottom Longline Survey Trip in the Books!

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Large swells, bad jokes, glorious sunsets, a persistent blue shark, and a lost boat prop are just a few of field biologist Emma Fowler’s memorable moments during the fall Bottom Longline Survey aboard F/V Mary Elizabeth.
November 15, 2022 - Survey ,
A boat propeller lies on the ocean floor. It has a light dusting of sediment and a few encrusting organisms have attached to its surface.

It’s the Little Things: Treasure from the NTAP Restrictor Rope Study

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Cooperative Research field biologist Emma Fowler blogs about her work aboard the F/V Darana R for the fall Northeast Trawl Advisory Panel restrictor rope trawl study.
October 24, 2022 - Survey ,
A close up of a gloved hand holding a fish. The fish is a cunner and its mouth is open and a row of pointy teeth along the top and bottom jaw can be seen.

Back in the Gulf of Maine on the Tenacious II

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Back on the water, Gulf of Maine Bottom Longline Survey!
May 25, 2021 - Survey ,
Gloves, measuring board, and cooler on deck. Sampling station at the ready. Credit: NOAA Fisheries

The Dogfish Didn’t Make it, but Sharks Need to Eat Too

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Scientist Christine Kircun relates a tale of nature, red in tooth and claw
October 28, 2019 - Survey ,
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