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Voices from the Fisheries: Pioneers of the West Coast Tuna Industry

NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region worked with the Aquarium of the Pacific to record the oral histories of several pioneers of the West Coast tuna industry in San Pedro and Terminal Island. Their first-hand accounts provide important insights about the early days of the industry.

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A NOAA aerial survey crew gathers in front of a NOAA Twin Otter aircraft during a stop in Astoria, Oregon. A NOAA aerial survey crew gathers in front of a NOAA Twin Otter aircraft during a stop in Astoria, Oregon in 2014. From left: Lt. Michael Sandor Silagi, Office of Marine and Aviation Operations; Joel Schumacher, Scott Benson, and Tomoharu Eguchi, Southwest Fisheries Science Center; Camryn Allen, Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center; Dan Prosperi, Southwest Fisheries Science Center; and Lt. Shanae Coker, Office of Marine and Aviation Operations.