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Surprising Sights and Wondrous Wildlife in the Gulf of Maine

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Field Biologist Emma Fowler shares some of her favorite moments from the fall 2023 Cooperative Gulf of Maine Bottom Longline Survey.
January 03, 2024 - Survey ,
wo commercial fishermen wearing foul weather gear, blue rubber gloves, and baseball hats smile ear-to-ear while one holds a large golden tilefish. The golden tilefish has a white underside and its dorsal side, head, and dorsal fin are flecked with yellow and gold tones. Captain Phil Lynch and mate Danny DeRose proudly displaying a golden tilefish they caught onboard the F/V Mary Elizabeth. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jacob Wilson

Most Wow-Worthy 2022 Bottom Longline Survey Moments

Field Fresh Blog: Science in Motion

Marine resource specialist Giovanni Gianesin asked fellow survey participants what their most wow-worthy moments were this fall. From eerie fog and a regurgitated octopus, to huge fish and a feeding frenzy, their answers do not disappoint!
November 29, 2022 - Survey ,
In the foreground, in slight silhouette, a scientist wearing rubber gloves and foul weather gear holds a cage-like piece of equipment at the rail of a boat. Behind him, the sun sets on the horizon of a slightly choppy sea. Field biologist Ben Church deploys an underwater camera system onboard the F/V Tenacious II. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Giovanni Gianesin