X-ray microtomography as a tool for investigating the petrological context of Precambrian cellular remains

  • Keyron Hickman-Lewis (Creator)
  • Russell J. Garwood (Creator)
  • Philip J. Withers (Creator)
  • Dave Wacey (Creator)

Dataset

Description

Supplementary information from the paper "X-ray microtomography as a tool for investigating the petrological context of Precambrian cellular remains", features in a Geological Society Publication in memory of Professor Martin Brasier, University of Oxford.

Datasets comprise:
-- A zipped Drishti volumes for all CT scans reported in the paper, which can be used for both 3D visualisations and to inspect the underlying data.
-- A .7z split zip file of one Drishti volume above 2GB.
-- An HDMI movie showing digital visualisations for all of the scans reported in the paper.
Date made available26 Oct 2016
PublisherZenodo

Cite this

Hickman-Lewis, K. (Creator), Garwood, R. J. (Creator), Withers, P. J. (Creator), Wacey, D. (Creator)(26 Oct 2016). X-ray microtomography as a tool for investigating the petrological context of Precambrian cellular remains. Zenodo. 10.5281/zenodo.58161