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Regional Field Initiative SE fieldwork FY16-19
Southeast Deep Coral Initiative (SEDCI): exploring deep-sea coral ecosystems off the Southeast U.S.
Located in Fieldwork Studies
Primnoa corals with a spiny dogfish and cusk
Spiny dogfish, cusk, and Primnoa corals were observed at outer Schoodic Ridges by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Primnoa corals with Acadian redfish and cod
Juvenile Atlantic cod, Acadian redfish, Primnoa and Paramuricea corals, and sponges were observed at Western Jordan Basin by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Gorgonians with an Acadian redfish
Acadian redfish, Primnoa and other octocorals were observed at Western Jordan Basin by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Wall of Primnoa corals
A "wall" of Primnoa corals was observed at outer Schoodic Ridges by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Primnoa corals and Arcadian redfish
Acadian redfish and Primnoa corals were observed at outer Schoodic Ridges by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Primnoa corals and anemones
Corals and anemones were observed at Western Jordan Basin by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Gorgonians and a goosefish
Goosefish and corals were observed at Western Jordan Basin by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Primnoa corals and anemones
Primnoa, other octocorals, sponges, and anemones were observed at Western Jordan Basin by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine
Primnoa coral and starfish
Starfish were observed on Primnoa coral at outer Schoodic Ridges by the Kraken 2 ROV in 2014. An abandoned fishing net was seen to the right of the coral. Credit: Gulf of Maine Deep Coral Science Team 2014/NURTEC-UConn/NOAA Fisheries/UMaine.
Located in Photo Gallery / Gulf of Maine