B-Roll: Gray Whale Necropsy in Seattle on 1/24/2015
Select footage from a gray whale necropsy conducted by the Marine Mammal Stranding Network on January 24, 2015 in Seattle, WA. The cause of death for this whale was a ship strike, and lacerations from a propeller can be seen on the whale's right side
B-Roll: Stormwater Runoff Effects on Coho Salmon
Select raw footage showing research on effects of stormwater runoff on survival and behavior of coho salmon. Salmon are exposed tanks filled with clean water control, unfiltered stormwater, and filtered stormwater.
B-Roll: Marine Debris, Entanglements, & Cleanup
Topside/underwater footage of marine debris (bags, bottles, buoys, nets, lines, traps) animals entangled in marine debris (fur seals, barracuda, coral, albatross, crabs), and removal of debris from coral reefs. Download at https://vimeo.com/50258695
B-Roll: Pinto Abalone Outplanting in Puget Sound
Select footage from pinto abalone outplanting in north Puget Sound. Abalone were transported from NOAA NWFSC Mukiteo lab and outplanted in select habitat by divers.
B-Roll: Herring Spawn Research in Puget Sound
Select footage of herring spawn research conducted in Quilcene Bay, Hood Canal, Puget Sound. Collection features topside and underwater footage.
B-Roll: Science at Sea - CTDs, ROVs, Whale Research
Select footage of science onboard the NOAA Ship McArthur, including CTD sampling, plankton net tows, side scan sonar, ROV operations, and humpback whale surveys.
B-Roll: Humpback Whale Research in the North Pacific
Footage of humpback whale research conducted off the coast of Washington state in the OlympicCoast National Marine Sanctuary. NOAA research vessel McArthur was the research platform.
B-Roll: Northwestern Hawaiian Islands Research and Wildlife
NOAA Ship Hi'Ialakai in the northwest Hawaiian islands conducting research including shark tagging and multibeam sonar mapping. Also includes underwater wildlife shots of dolphins, sharks, eels, fish, coral, slipper lobster, and turtles.
B-Roll: Northwest Hawaiian Islands Maritime Heritage
NOAA archaeologists survey wrecks in the Northwest Hawaiian islands. In order of appearance, the wrecks are the Pearl & Hermes Whaler--sunk in 1822, the Carrollton, an American sailing bark--sunk in 1906, and the USS Macaw--sunk in 1943.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Aboard NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson
NOAA Ship Thomas Jefferson conducts oceanographic observations in the Gulf of Mexico as part of the Deepwater Horizon BP/Gulf Oil Spill response. Filmed in June, 2010.
B-Roll: Deepwater Horizon Seafood Sample Prep
NOAA Fisheries scientists take samples of fish and prepare them for testing at NOAA's Southeast Fisheries Science Center in Pascagoula, MIssissippi. Filmed on May 6, 2010.
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