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Typed information accompanying negatives: Graham Law was one of the two employees on T-3 working for Lamont in the summer of 1969. I believe that he was a student at Columiba University. We flew to T-3 on one of the NARL DC-3s on June 1, 1969. We had never met before, but in an odd coincidence we had once dated sisters when we were in high school. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll F B&W negatives - June paradrop, 1969. There were three paradrops during the summer of 1969 performed by Navy C-130 planes from Elmendorf Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska. These are described in this website, http://www.firebirds.org/menu2/t3/t3_p02.htm On the receiving end of the paradrops on T-3, these days were the high points of...
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Typed information accompanying negative: The second load: This drop was also on target. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll F B&W negatives - June paradrop, 1969. There were three paradrops during the summer of 1969 performed by Navy C-130 planes from Elmendorf Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska. These are described in this website, http://www.firebirds.org/menu2/t3/t3_p02.htm On the receiving end of the paradrops on T-3, these days were the high points of the summer season. This roll documents the first paradrop, which occurred in late June on a cloudy day. The loads were delivered on target to the camp runway without mishap. The second paradrop was similar, one month later. The day of the third paradrop was windy...
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Typed information accompanying negative: The ice boat: Several of the crew constructed an ice boat with sails made from parachutes. These photos show the ice boat in action. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll I B&W negatives – August-September 1969 This roll shows activities during August and September 1969 on T-3. The summer season had now lasted two months. The weather grew cold. Photos by Dave Scorboria.
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Typed information accompanying negative: The ice boat: Several of the crew constructed an ice boat with sails made from parachutes. These photos show the ice boat in action. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll I B&W negatives – August-September 1969 This roll shows activities during August and September 1969 on T-3. The summer season had now lasted two months. The weather grew cold. Photos by Dave Scorboria.
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Typed information accompanying negative: Trail to the pressure ridges. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll I B&W negatives – August-September 1969 This roll shows activities during August and September 1969 on T-3. The summer season had now lasted two months. The weather grew cold. Photos by Dave Scorboria.
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Typed information accompanying negative: The second load: This drop was also on target. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll F B&W negatives - June paradrop, 1969. There were three paradrops during the summer of 1969 performed by Navy C-130 planes from Elmendorf Air Force Base in Fairbanks, Alaska. These are described in this website, http://www.firebirds.org/menu2/t3/t3_p02.htm On the receiving end of the paradrops on T-3, these days were the high points of the summer season. This roll documents the first paradrop, which occurred in late June on a cloudy day. The loads were delivered on target to the camp runway without mishap. The second paradrop was similar, one month later. The day of the third paradrop was windy...
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Typed information accompanying slides: Wreckage of abandoned huts, empty diesel drums, garbage, everything emerged out of the snow by the end of June. The ground was coated with soot from the generator smoke. June 1969. Similar to C-25. Link to this image listed in Web Links below. Note: T-3 Color slides - Roll C - Color slides June 1969. These photos were taken between June 6, 1969 and June 27, 1969 and developed in late 1969 into Kodacolor slides after returning from T-3. One slide has deteriorated. Photos by Dave Scoboria, except for C-6.
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Typed information accompanying slides: Gary Willinski and camera taking photographs of the Lamont work trailer move. June 1969. Note: T-3 Color slides - Roll C - Color slides June 1969. These photos were taken between June 6, 1969 and June 27, 1969 and developed in late 1969 into Kodacolor slides after returning from T-3. One slide has deteriorated. Photos by Dave Scoboria, except for C-6.
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Typed information accompanying slide: Telephone lines to the GM camp in the twilight. The colors at dusk were lovely. Similar to D-9. Link to this photograph is listed below in Web Links. Note: T-3 Color slides - Roll D - Color slides September 1969. These photos were developed in late 1969 after I returned from T-3 and made into Kodacolor slides. Photos by Dave Scoboria.
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Typed information accompanying photograph: Slide and print: USGS hydrohut with pressure ridges in the distance. Taken from the top of the Lamont hydrohut tower. Similar to B-16, but slightly different view. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll B - Color slides April 1969. These photos were developed into Ektachrome slides in May of 1969. Some have deteriorated. Some were printed as color prints and these may be in better condition than the slides. A few slides were copied into Kodacolor slides. Some images are missing. Photos by Dave Scoboria.
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Typed information accompanying slides: DC-3 planes were used for regular flights to T-3. These had limited payloads because of the long distance (800 miles) from T-3 to Barrow. The plane on June 6, 1969 was not supposed to be the final plane before the summer season. The weather bureau employee shown in this photo was scheduled to leave on the flight, but either because of payload issues or possibly training needed for the weather bureau summer crew, he chose to wait for the next plane. The weather warmed suddenly and the final plane could not land on the T-3 runway. He was stranded on T-3 for four months until the first plane of the fal season landed on October 3, 1969. Note: T-3 Color slides - Roll C - Color...
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Typed information accompanying photograph: Print only. Similar to A-1, but slightly different view. Lamont work trailer at early light, probably mid February, 1969. There were several weeks with dawn and dusk, but no daylight. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll A - Color slides - February - March 1969. These photos were taken during February and March of 1969 and developed into Ektachrome slides in May of 1969. Some have deteroriated. When the slides were new some of them were printed as color prints. Some prints don't have matching slides. A few slides were copied as Kodacolor slides some time during the 1970s and there are some duplicate slides. The Kodacolor slides have not deteriorated. Some images are missing....
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Information about photograph: USGS living quarters on T-3 Ice Island. 02/25/63. Art Lachenbruch, USGS, in photograph.
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Typed information accompanying photograph: Print and slide. Lamont hydrohut in the foreground, USGS hydrohut in the distance. Probably early March. Poor focus. Note: T-3 Photographs - Roll A - Color slides February - March 1969. These photos were taken during February and March of 1969 and developed into Ektachrome slides in May of 1969. Some have deteroriated. When the slides were new some of them were printed as color prints. Some prints don't have matching slides. A few slides were copied as Kodacolor slides some time during the 1970s and there are some duplicate slides. The Kodacolor slides have not deteriorated. Some images are missing. (Photos on Roll A taken by Dave Scoboria)
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NOAA’s Deep Sea Coral Research and Technology Program (DSCRTP) is compiling a national database of the locations of deep-sea corals and sponges, beginning in U.S. waters. The DSCRTP will make this information accessible to resource managers, the scientific community, and the public over the World Wide Web. The database fulfills NOAA’s requirements under the Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act (MSA) to identify and map locations of deep-sea corals and to submit this information for use by regional fishery management councils. At present, there is no comprehensive, national-scale data portal for deep-sea corals and sponges. Given the authorities outlined in MSA, NOAA’s Deep Sea Coral Research...