B-Roll: Spiny Lobsters in California
Select footage of spiny lobsters in California's Channel Islands.
B-Roll: Observer Training in the Northeast
Select clips of fisheries observers-in-training preparing for the job with rigorous safety training, species identification, classroom instruction, and hands-on training at sea.
B-Roll: Relocation of Hawaiian Monk Seal RQ58 ("Koalani")
On August 19, 2022, NOAA Fisheries and partners successfully released Hawaiian monk seal pup RQ58 ("Koalani") on a remote Oʻahu shoreline, after relocating him from busy Kaimana Beach in Waikīkī.
B-Roll: NEFSC Sandy Hook Laboratory
The Northeast Fisheries Science Center is made up of five labs spanning from Maine to New Jersey. Get to know the facilities in Sandy Hook, New Jersey!
B-Roll: NEFSC Woods Hole Laboratory
The Northeast Fisheries Science Center is made up of five labs spanning from Maine to New Jersey. Get to know the facilities in Woods Hole and Pocasset, MA!
B-Roll: Fisheries Surveys in the Northeast U.S.
Surveys form the backbone of fisheries management. NEFSC researchers take stock of 50 fisheries from Maine to North Carolina–and monitor the overall health of the ocean. Go behind the scenes on our bottom longline, bottom trawl, and scallop surveys!
B-Roll: NEFSC Narragansett Laboratory
The Northeast Fisheries Science Center is made up of five labs spanning from Maine to New Jersey. Get to know the Narragansett, Rhode Island facilities!
B-Roll: NEFSC Milford Laboratory
The Northeast Fisheries Science Center is made up of five labs across New England and the mid-Atlantic. Get to know our facilities in Milford, Connecticut!
B-roll: Fishing Gear Design
Go behind the scenes with the NEFSC gear design team and partners as they test gear designed to safeguard endangered whales and sea turtles.
B-Roll: Release of Hawaiian Monk Seal R7AF
NOAA Fisheries and partner, Hawaii Marine Animal Response, release a monk seal that was treated for fishing gear ingestion.
B-Roll: Disentangled Whale Off Kauaʻi
Raw footage from January 28, 2022, after a NOAA-led team freed an entangled humpback whale from 300–500 feet of trailing fishing line.
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