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: Cook Inlet Beluga Whale Research
Select footage of aerial photogrammetry research in Cook Inlet beluga whales using a hexacopter drone, and beluga whales in Cook Inlet.
B-Roll: Green Sponge and Lab Research
NOAA footage shows NOAA Fisheries sponge/coral biologist collecting green sponge from Delta Oceanographic's submersible during a 2005 habitat survey in Alaska. Henry Ford Health System footage shows biomedical researcher Fred Valeriote working in his
B-Roll: Saildrone Launch and Shakedown Cruise
B-Roll: Octopus, Giant Pacific, Research in Alaska
B-roll of Giant Pacific Octopus underwater, research aboard boat.
Opah Fish Science with Nick Wegner
New research by NOAA Fisheries has revealed the opah, or moonfish, as the first fully warm-blooded fish that circulates heated blood throughout its body much like mammals and birds, giving it a competitive advantage in the cold ocean depths.
B-Roll: Southern Resident Killer Whales & NOAA Research
Select footage of southern resident killer whales in Puget Sound and NOAA Fisheries researchers collecting prey samples including fish parts and scales.
B-Roll: Aerial Hexacopter Footage of Northern Resident Killer Whales
For the first time, scientists have used an unmanned aerial vehicle to photograph killer whales from above. This gives scientists a new way to monitor killer whale health and reproduction. See the full story here: http://1.usa.gov/1saLzIG
B-Roll: Photogrammetry Research on Southern Resident Killer Whales
Select footage of photogrammetry research on southern resident killer whales using an unmanned hexacopter. Images will be used to measure body condition and health of these endangered whales, and the data will be used to help guide recovery efforts.
B-Roll: Winter 2015 Killer Whale Research Cruise on NOAA Ship Bell M. Shimada
Select video from research cruise off the Washington coast in late Feburary, 2015, and focused on studying the southern resident killer whale's winter behavior and feeding patterns. Footage includes L121, a baby born to L94 in late Februrary.
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