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The Octopus Project, Mean Queen, Calico Vision, Botany - Flagpole Magazine


Flagpole Magazine
Since releasing its debut, Identification Parade, in 2002, The Octopus Project has unleashed five additional full-lengths of beatific, electronic-tinted indie pop, with the latest being last year's Memory Mirror. The Austin, TX group, known for its ...

Bugs and Birds: New Residents of a Greener Madrid - CityLab


CityLab
The flagship project of Madrid's quest for biodiversity is centered on the Manzanares River, a modest stream that flows across the city, and that has suffered from decades of bad ideas. In the 1950s, urban planners built seven floodgates along the ...

St. Paul senior plans to be marine biologist - Norwalk Reflector


Norwalk Reflector
“I chose this as my senior project because I want to be a marine biologist. Billions of pieces of plastic are polluting our oceans and killing the coral reefs,” she said. Cervantes is learning how to fragment existing coral to propagate new colonies ...

Foraminifera.eu Project

Hamburg - Germany

The Foraminifera.eu Project wants to foster the interest in foraminifera. Amateurs to senior scientists shall get a free platform where they find valuable information and may show off their results.

We build a high-ranked and popular webpage on foraminifera based on a well structured image-database and easy-to-use interfaces. In the background we are open for projects of any kind and beyond the mere web-presentation. We build project-teams where amateurs and scientists work together on well defined and scheduled projects.

The Foraminifera.eu Project is non-commercial. We as staff and our contributors do not get a financial compensation as our work is based on naturalist enthusiasm. We will use donations of money or equipment only to cover costs for material, equipment and services bought from third parties.

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This teaching and learning web-site is intended as an introduction to micropalaeontology. Micropalaeontology is the study of microfossils (any fossil generally less than 1mm in size). This page covers foraminifera.

Ucmp.berkeley.edu: Foraminifera
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United States

Profile of the single-celled organisms with the distinguishing features of net-like pseudopods called reticulopodia, and a shell-like outer protective layer, called a test.

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Information on how the amateur collector can find Foraminifera on the shore and can clean and mount them for display.

Finding the Chalk Makers: The Foraminifera
United States

Information and photographs of the organisms responsible for chalk deposits, how to find them, prepare and observe them under the microscope.

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ProWeb Project
United States

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The BioSharp Project
United States

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