Teal Barmore

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Teal Barmore is a professional photographer and net mender based in Cordova, Alaska. Visit her website, tealbarmorephotography.com, to see more of her work.
Tiny copepods (1.5 mm) comprise the base of food web in the Prince William Sound and Gulf of Alaska. Swarms of these crustaceans can reach into the billions of individuals and provide food for fishes and whales. This specimen was collected from the Prince William Sound and photographed through a microscope at the Prince William Sound Science Center using a technique called focus stacking. (January 2016) Photo courtesy of Caitlyn McKinstry/Prince William Sound Science Center

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