[Coral-List] MRI forams/coral

Lad Akins lad at reef.org
Fri Jul 14 09:18:20 EDT 2006

HI All,

This may have been what you were looking for Murray...   Here is a link to
DigiMorph at Univ of Texas.


I believe Doug Weaver and Forest Young scanned one of their mystery wrasses
from the Florida Keys or Flower Garden Banks  here.  Check the images out

Very nice!

Hope this helps,


Lad Akins
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In a message dated 7/12/2006 8:57:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
murray.ford at auckland.ac.nz writes:

I recall  seeing online a crowd in perhaps Texas that works with high
resolution  MRI's in geological and biological science. I can't for the
life of me  remember where I found this. If anyone can jog my memory or
know of any  other work in this field that'd be great. I am working with
spatial and  temporal patterns of taphonomic alteration of material on a
fringing  reef.

Bill Conchlin does X-rays of shelled creatures, somewhere on the SC coast
the US as art items, (not MRI my any means, but it may be a lead).  Not
if he still does this, and I do not have any contact info, maybe some of
benthic correspondants in that area can help out...


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