B-Roll: Crab Research Survey in Alaska
Select video clips from 2021 fisheries trawl survey onboard the F/V Alaskan Knight focused on crab research. Researchers separate crabs by age class, species, sex, and collect important information including size, weight, condition of eggs, etc.
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 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: 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: 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 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!
Channel Islands Glass Sponge Mounds Discovery
Footage from the ROV during the 2021 expedition when the glass sponge patch was first found. The various organisms in this video and layers of white sponge and brown skeleton reveal the diverse biology and complexity of the California coast
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: Discovery of the Ctenophore Duobrachium sparksae
B-Roll of an underwater expedition off the coast of Puerto Rico in 2015, led by the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research, where a new species of comb jelly was discovered. It is the first species solely identified using high-def video.
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.
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