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2C2b Post- Paleozoic Radiolaria

Post- Paleozoic radiolarian ranges; uses: determining paleotemperatures and zones, paleocurrents and gyres, water depths (paleogeography) Primary aim: correl...

Ernst Haeckel - 3000 Radiolarian Species

Specimens of varied radiolarian forms, meticulously drawn by German biologist, artist, and naturalist Ernst von Haeckel, and published in 1862.

Radiolarian (salt water organism)

That is a Radiolarian. For more information on Radiolarians you can google it. Here are a couple of good sites: http://www.radiolaria.org/

Radiolarian 3 and Radio Cube 3 Follow Up and Demonstration

Follow Up and demonstration of the Shapeways puzzles Radiolarian 3 and Radio Cube 3. The puzzle simulator Gelatin Brain simulates the Radiolarian 3 as 2.1.2....

Radiolarian Micropalaeontology: Examining Radiolaria Under the Microscope.

Professor Simon Haslett discusses examining radiolarian microfossils under the microscope. Radiolaria are marine single-celled organisms that possess a silic...

Radiolarians

Radiolarians.

The Radio Nebula- Face Turning Icosahedron Twisty Puzzle - (Radiolarian 12)

This is the 12th in my series of increasingly deeper cut face turning icosahedrons. It has 617 parts, but only 362 are visible! You may have noticed that the...

Radiolarian Micropalaeontology: Collecting Radiolaria

Professor Simon Haslett discusses collecting radiolarian microfossils. Radiolaria are marine single-celled organisms that possess a silica shell and are pres...

Radiolarian Micropalaeontology: Extracting Radiolaria from Sediment

Professor Simon Haslett discusses extracting radiolarian microfossils from rocks and sediments. Radiolaria are marine single-celled organisms that possess a ...

Klaus Kemp Diatom Radiolarian Slide DIC

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3 news items

 
The Daily Galaxy (blog)
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 09:09:36 -0700

A paper by Qinglai Feng and Thomas Algeo entitled “Evolution of oceanic redox conditions during the Permo-Triassic transition: Evidence from deepwater radiolarian facies,” recently accepted in the journal Earth-Science Reviews details how tiny marine ...
 
Space Daily
Thu, 14 Aug 2014 08:11:15 -0700

A paper by Qinglai Feng and Thomas Algeo entitled "Evolution of oceanic redox conditions during the Permo-Triassic transition: Evidence from deepwater radiolarian facies," recently accepted in the journal Earth-Science Reviews details how tiny marine ...
 
Scientific American (blog)
Thu, 14 Aug 2014 06:18:45 -0700

The shells of deceased diatoms and some radiolarian skeletons are also made of silicon dioxide. Ocean sediment has sand grains, cast-off shells, and microbial skeletons to spare. If you can glue those puppies together — perhaps along with some of your ...
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