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R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



A Zodiac inflatable boat is lowered over the side of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya to carry scientists and supplies to the Copacabana field station.
Location: Admiralty Bay, King George IslandPhoto Credit: Mattias CapeYear Taken: 2007Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8897.jpg

NOAA Ship, R/V Surveyor



Scientists lower a small net off the back of the R/V Surveyor, used by the AMLR Program from 1990 to 1995.
Location: South George IslandPhoto Credit: George WattersYear Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8076.jpg

NOAA Ship, R/V Surveyor



The NOAA ship Surveyor stands before a dramatic landscape in the South Shetland Islands. The R/V Surveyor was used by the AMLR Program from 1990 to 1995.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: George WattersYear Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8084.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



Dr. George Watters enjoys a brisk day on deck.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: George WattersYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8091.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



A team of AMLR scientists and Russian crew pull in trawling nets during the 1997 demersal fish survey.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: George WattersYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8096.jpg

RV Yuzhmorgeologiya



AMLR scientists work diligently through inclement weather at the catch sorting station on the stern of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: George WattersYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8098.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The Russian ship R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya was chartered by the AMLR Program from 1996 through 2009.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: George WattersYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8099.jpg

NOAA Ship, R/V Profesor Siedlecki



Hydrocast from the starboard bucket, R/V Profesor Siedlecki.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Valerie LoebYear Taken: 1988Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8190.jpg

NOAA Ship, R/V Surveyor



The NOAA Ship Surveyor was used by the AMLR Program from 1990 through 1995.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Valerie LoebYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8229.jpg

Soviet trawler



Soviet krill trawler near Elephant Island. 
Location:  South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1990Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8494.jpg

Soviet trawler



Soviet krill trawler near Elephant Island.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1990Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8495.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



AMLR scientists and Russian crew peer over the bow of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya as the ship slowly makes it way through icy waters in an Antarctic snowstorm.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Cassandra BrooksYear Taken: 2008Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8605.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



A Russian crew member watches the fish net as it is deployed off the stern of the ship.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Christopher JonesYear Taken: 2006Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8614.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



Deploying trawl off the R/V Professor Siedlecki in 1986, the first year of the AMLR Program.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Kevin HillYear Taken: 1986 Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8629.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



Deploying trawl off the R/V Professor Siedlecki in 1986.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Kevin HillYear Taken: 1986Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8630.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya awaits scientists who are running small boat operations from the Cape Shirreff field station on Livinston Island.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Kim DietrichYear Taken: 1999Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8633.tif

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



A view of the bow R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya taken from one of the AMLR Program's small boats as it approaches this ship gives a unique perspective on the size of this ship.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Malte DamerauYear Taken: 2009Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8650.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



An iceberg is visible through the A-frame of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Malte DamerauYear Taken: 2009Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8653.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya sits in Admiralty Bay, awaiting scientists who are offloading supplies to the Copacabana field station on King George Island. A recreational sailboat sits in the foreground, offering perspective on the size of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya.
Location: Admiralty Bay, King Goerge IslandPhoto Credit: Maria Paz Andrade MartinezYear Taken: 2009Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8662.JPG

R/V Moana Wave



The R/V Moana Wave sits off the coast of King George Island while scientists offload supplies to the Copacabana field station.
Location: Admiralty Bay, King George IslandPhoto Credit: Summer MartinYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8673.jpg

R/V Moana Wave



A view from the bow of the R/V Moana Wave provides spectacular Antarctic glaciers and calm seas, a rare occurence in the Southern Ocean.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Summer MartinYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8675.jpg

R/V Moana Wave



During rough seas, waves crash over the side of the R/V Moana Wave flooding the stern of the ship. Scientists and crew prepare for inclement weather by securing everything on the aft deck.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Amy Van CiseYear Taken: 2010Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8733.JPG

Argentine Base Primavera, Antarctic Peninsula



AMLR scientists visit the Primavera Base on the Antarctic Peninsula during an annual survey.
Location: Antarctic PeninsulaPhoto Credit: David RammYear Taken: 1992Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8776.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya is visible from the shores of the Antarctic Peninsula as it awaits scientists visiting the Primaver Base.
Location: Antarctc PeninsulaPhoto Credit: David RammYear Taken: 1992Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8777.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya sits tied to the dock at Pratt Pier in Punta Arenas, Chile, where the AMLR Program stocks up on fuel and food every 30 days during the field season.
Location: Punta Arenas, ChilePhoto Credit: David RammYear Taken: 1992Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8778.jpg

NOAA Ship, R/V Surveyor



The NOAA Ship R/V Surveyor sits off the coast of Seal Island while AMLR scientists offload supplies to the AMLR field station there.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: David SandwellYear Taken: 1987Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8783.jpg

NOAA Ship, R/V Surveyor



The upper deck of the NOAA ship Surveyor, South Shetland Islands.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: David SandwellYear Taken: 1987Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8785.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



AMLR scientist Adam Jenkins drives a Zodiac near the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya.
Location: Admiralty Bay, King George IslandPhoto Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2004Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8824.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The aft deck of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2004Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8825.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



Please don't slam the doors. AMLR scientists and Russian crew worked diligently to maintain good communication, even under less-than-ideal conditions.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2004Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8826.JPG

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



A scientist looks at an iceberg from the aft deck of the R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Mattias CapeYear Taken: 2007Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8891.jpg

AMLR Program small boat operations



AMLR Program scientists bring supplies to the Copacabana field camp using a Zodiac inflatable boat. These boats are used to access areas that the ship cannot reach.
Location: Admiralty Bay, King George IslandPhoto Credit: Mattias CapeYear Taken: 2007Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8893.jpg

Commercial Trawler



Krill catch aboard a commerical trawler.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish9054.jpg

R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya



The R/V Yuzhmorgeologiya South Shetland Islands, Antarctica.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger Hewitt Year Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish9037.jpg