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Snapshots

  1. Diatom

    Snapshot Title: Diatom
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Characteristic sieve structure of diatoms.



  2. Radiolarian

    Snapshot Title: Radiolarian
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Example of a radiolarian retaining a spiracle



  3. Diatoms

    Snapshot Title: Diatoms
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Chatacteristic 'fingernail' appearance of some diatoms.



  4. Diatom

    Snapshot Title: Diatom
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Characteristic sieve structure of diatoms.



  5. Diatom

    Snapshot Title: Diatom
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Characteristic sieve structure of diatoms.



  6. Radiolarian Spiracle

    Snapshot Title: Radiolarian Spiracle
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Example of a spiracle broken off a radiolarian



  7. Air Bubble

    Snapshot Title: Air Bubble
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Example of an air bubble created when the cover slip is placed on the glass slide.



  8. Volcanic Glass

    Snapshot Title: Volcanic Glass
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    This green fragment is an example of volcanic glass. This material is produced during volcanic eruptions and transported via wind and ultimately deposited on the ocean floor.



  9. Volcanic Glass

    Snapshot Title: Volcanic Glass
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    These green schards are examples of volcanic glass. This material is produced during volcanic eruptions and transported via wind and ultimately deposited on the ocean floor.



  10. Broken Diatom

    Snapshot Title: Broken Diatom
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    Example of a fragmented diatom, which is a type of phytoplankton that incorporates silica (SiO2) into its cell walls.



  11. Edge of Slide

    Snapshot Title: Edge of Slide
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    This is the edge of the cover slip on the glass slide.



  12. No Overlap

    Snapshot Title: No Overlap
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    This is an example of what happens when you don't get complete coverage in the stiching process.



  13. No Overlap

    Snapshot Title: No Overlap
    Taken by: John Van Hoesen

    Image: 145 881A Smear Slide
    Image Owner: John Van Hoesen



    Description:

    This is an example of what happens when you don't get complete coverage in the stiching process.