and suspended animation - Hugo Baillie-Johnson (UK) shares a simple
project to study the amazing recovery of rotifers from their dried cysts
which are common in birdbaths.
Adventures - Bill Amos (USA) describes the wonders of the smaller critters'
activities in the garden that can be observed and enjoyed with modern close
DIC - Wim van Egmond (The Netherlands) shows how to create Nomarski
like effects with simple filter techniques.
Forest - David Richman (USA) presents an illustrated essay on his fascinating
experiences of rain forests visited when collecting smaller arthropods.
notes on the collection, cleaning and mounting of the foraminifera
- Brian Darnton (UK) gives a wide ranging and valuable overview of these
photographic improvements. Part 2 - In this series for beginners Paul
James (UK) offers some practical tips when storing images and the use of
parameters like white balance, sharpening and resizing.
and collecting micro-organisms safely - Richard Howey (USA) provides
plenty of valuable practical advice for the microscopy enthusiast in this
two part essay.
in the woods: Photographic wanderings in an English autumn - Ian Walker
(UK) presents some attractive macro photographs taken with a Nikon Coolpix
your microscopic subjects. Part 2 - Walter Dioni (Mexico) offers for
download some sheets of high quality scales and grids which will be very
useful for the microscope when drawing or taking measurements.
tips 13: Calibrating a condenser iris - Ian Walker (UK) shares a tip
to label the preferred condenser iris settings for each objective when