30 October 2016

No more forams

It took a while, but I've sorted through all the forams our master students Ben and Zoe collected for their projects. There were a fair few of them: Zoe collected about 3700 of them, and Ben no fewer than 8300. In an ideal world I would not have to do this, but well, the world isn't always ideal. Now they should be consistently analysed according to a given taxonomy. A bit later than I would have liked, I can now start looking at what it means! And time is running out. That contract of mine won't last forever...

Organised microslides

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