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Picture This!

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May 19, 1999 Share This!

RICHLAND, Wash. — Looking for high-quality science and technology photos? Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's "PictureThis" photo library offers hundreds of high-resolution tiff files and smaller jpeg files (for reporters, editors and others). A concise caption, background information and links to related web sites are included with each photo.

The photo library, which debuted on May 18, includes photos of research in the areas of environmental science, pollution remediation and prevention, health, agriculture, national security, energy production and conservation, materials science and more. The photos are sorted by subject category, image type and title. And there's a search mechanism and index. Photos can be downloaded and used for free.

Editor's Note: As of April 2017, images are now available on PNNL's Flickr channel.

Tags: Energy, National Security, Energy Production

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