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February 23, 2015
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The 72-foot research vessel Gloria Michelle at the dock at the Woods Hole Laboratory, surrounded by ice on Feb. 19, 2015. Photo credit: Shelley Dawicki, NEFSC/NOAA

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A Winter to Remember

The winter of 2015 has been one of the coldest, snowiest and memorable in recent weather history at the various laboratories of the Northeast Fisheries Science Center (NEFSC). The images shown here, taken during the past week, capture a bit of what winter looks like at some of our facilities from Orono, Maine to Sandy Hook, New Jersey.

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NEW! More videos added: "A Winter to Remember -- The Movie(s)"

A view Feb. 19, 2015 from the Woods Hole Lab of ice in Great Harbor, Woods Hole. Video by Shelley Dawicki, NEFSC/NOAA

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