B-Roll: Type D Killer Whale Discovery and Sampling
Select footage from an expedition off Cape Horn, Chile that documented a new type of killer whale with different appearance. Researchers obtained a tiny bit of tissue/blubber that will allow them to determine if the “Type D” whales are a new species.
B-Roll: North Atlantic Right Whales with Calves
Select footage of North Atlantic right whale mothers and calves. Some clips include the mother and calf interacting with a pod of dolphins. All footage filmed off the southeast coast of the U.S. in February, 2019.
B-Roll: DTAG Research and Vessel Traffic Near Southern Resident Killer Whales
Select footage of NOAA scientists affixing a DTAG to a Southern Resident killer whale and vessel traffic near killer whales in Puget Sound. Research conducted under NMFS-authorized ESA/MMPA permit.
B-Roll: NOAA Disentanglement Efforts and Entangled Whales
Select footage of large whale disentanglement efforts by NOAA and whales entangled in fishing gear. Featured whale species include the North Atlantic right whale, humpback whale, and gray whale.
B-Roll: Southern Resident Killer Whale J50– Aerials of Breath Sampling, Antibiotic Administration, J Pod; Salmon Release
August 10 & 12, 2018. Aerials of the response team on a skiff tracking J50 for the collection of a breath sample and antibiotic administration; aerials of J Pod swimming; topside footage of Chinook salmon release through tube as an evaluation.
B-Roll: Southern Resident Killer Whale J50 - Tracking by Researchers
July 21, 2018. Approach of killer whale J50 from the J Pod for breath sampling. Puget Sound, Seattle, Washington, USA
B-Roll: Southern Resident Killer Whale J50 Feeding Trials
August 12, 2018. Live Chinook salmon feeding trials for J50.
B-Roll: Southern Resident Killer Whale J50 - Antibiotic Injection Prep & Breath Sampling
August 9, 2018. Approach of killer whale J50 from the J Pod for antibiotic injection and breath sampling. Puget Sound, Seattle, Washington, USA
B-roll: Saildrones Launch on Fisheries Mission
NOAA scientists joined in launching two Saildrones from Neah Bay on June 26, 2018, to find out if they can improve fisheries surveys off the West Coast. This is a partnership between NOAA Fisheries, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and Saildrone, Inc.
B-Roll: NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker
Select footage of the NOAA Ship Reuben Lasker sailing and conducting acoustic multibeam surveys near Catalina Island.
B-Roll: Atlantic Blue Marlin
NOAA researchers satellite tagging Atlantic blue marlin in Veracruz, Mexico.
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