Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

eAUV post-deployment. Photo Credit: NOAA.
Alyssa and Austin at Sunset. Photo Credit Kelly Montero, NOAA.
Cruise team board aboard the Ronald H. Brown. Photo Credit: NOAA.
Different shades of blue ocean on IO7. Photo Credit: NOAA.
A beautiful sunrise I got to see while waiting for my turn at the rosette. Photo Credit: NOAA.
A full view of instruments attached to the platform. The LADCPs are the yellow instruments and the battery pack is the large cylinder sitting in front of the downlooker LADCP. Photo Credit: NOAA.
View from the botanical gardens in Victoria. Photo Credit: NOAA.
ANGARI VR Film to Premiere at NOAA. Photo Credit: ANGARI.
R/V MIARI. Photo Credit: JAMSTEC.
CTD Descending, Photo Credit NOAA
Surface drifter being deployed. Image credit: NOAA
Pete Mangelsdorf of Raytheon, Kelly Ryan and Joe Cione of NOAA/AOML accepting the Laureate Award. Image credit: NOAA
Following a buoyancy lesson, the kids were tasked with building their own buoy. The winning buoy held more than 33 golf balls! Image credit: NOAA
Plankton samples collected in a successful plankton tow. Image credit: NOAA
Panel of experts, from left to right: Laura Bracken, Dr. Rolando Santos Corujo, Dr. Chris Kelble, Dr. Tiffany Troxler, Matthew Smith and Xavier Cortada. Image credit: NOAA
Scientists deploying the CTD. Image credit: NOAA
Inside the eye of Irma on P3 Orion aircraft. This is referred to as the “stadium effect”. Image credit: NOAA
The GOMECC-3 science team. Image credit: NOAA
Oceanographer Claudia Schmid captures the solar eclipse from AOML. Image credit: NOAA
Group photo of the IMPACT students and mentors. Image credit: NOAA
Dr. Atlas presents Gladys with a gift. Image credit: NOAA
Sang-Ki Lee accepts his award. Image credit: NOAA
AOML Scientists teaching visitors about hurricane data collection. Image credit: NOAA
The ABIISS prototype successfully recovered after 18 months nearly three miles down on the bottom of the ocean. Image credit: NOAA
An eAUV is deployed during April 2017 CalCOFI cruise. Image credit: NOAA
Many scientists are needed to launch an ozonesonde. Image credit: NOAA
Underwater Glider. Image credit: NOAA
Child watches wave tank in action during take your child to work day. Photo Credit: NOAA AOML.
Side of the P3 decorations. Photo Credit: NOAA AOML.
Sunrise from the flying lab, tropical storm Hermine. Photo Credit: NOAA AOML.
Lights in Puerto Rico. Image credit: NOAA
View from the Walton Smith on the water. Image credit: NOAA
scientist casting green net over still water from the keel of a boat in the Florida Bay for the Juvenile Sportfish Research Project.
Underwater glider being recovered in the Caribbean Sea. Image Credit: NOAA
The Coyote UAS on the field at Marlins Park for CBS4's S.T.E.A.M. Day. Image credit: NOAA
Scientists working aboard the Nancy Foster research ship. Image credit: NOAA
The glider deployment team including AOML's Grant Rawson (second from right). Image credit: NOAA
NOAA Deputy Administrator VADM Manson Brown took a tour of AOML and the Southeast Fisheries Science Center on March 15th to learn about current research and addressed staff during a town hall session. Image Credit: NOAA
Students from Miami's Booker T. Washington High School participate in STEM activities directed by researchers at NOAA's AOML for My Brother's Keeper National Labs Week. Image credit: NOAA
Healthy coral and reef fish along the dive site. Image credit: NOAA
El Niño Rapid Response project members, including AOML's Jason Dunion (back, middle) at the Global Hawk Operations Center at Edwards Air Force Base. Image credit: NOAA
Image taken off the stern of the UNOLS R/V Endeavor as the vessel is underway. Image credit: NOAA
Students watch as their ocean drifters are tested for buoyancy and ability to hold a payload. Image credit: NOAA
An image of the successfully retrieved glider, including puncture marks from an encounter with a shark. Image credit: NOAA