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Images Dated 13th August 2003

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SUN SETS OVER JIMBARAN BAY ON THE RESORT ISLAND OF BALI Featured 13 Aug 2003 Print

SUN SETS OVER JIMBARAN BAY ON THE RESORT ISLAND OF BALI

The sun sets over Jimbaran Bay on the resort island of Bali August 13, 2003.
Last year's deadly bombing attacks dealt a body blow to a tourist industry
that provides a livelihood for 70 percent of the 3 million people living on
this island of surfing beaches and lush rice paddies. In the first half of
this year, only 411,864 tourists came to Bali, down 39.77 percent from the
683,765 in the same period last year, according to Indonesia's bureau of
statistics. In 2002, 1.35 million tourists came to Bali. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Bob Strong
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Banded iron formation Featured 13 Aug 2003 Print

Banded iron formation

Banded iron formation, polished surface. Banded iron formation (BIF) or banded ironstone is a rock formed from alternating layers of the minerals jasper, haematite and tiger eye. At greater than 3 billion years of age these are among the oldest rocks on Earth. They were laid down in shallow seas where primitive bacteria caused iron to be oxidised and precipitated. Subsequent deep burial of the rocks, and tectonic movements, have caused the rock to alter and deform. This sample shows a small section of rock has slipped down between two parallel faults and has thus become disjointed with the neighbouring sections of rock. Magnification: x2.5 at 4x5ins size

© DIRK WIERSMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Nerve cells from cerebral cortex Featured 13 Aug 2003 Print

Nerve cells from cerebral cortex

False-colour scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of neurones (nerve cells) from the cerebral cortex - the outer, heavily folded, grey matter of the brain. Neurones exist in varying sizes & shapes throughout the nervous system, but all have a similar basic structure consisting of a central cell body & 2 types of processes: a single axon (a nerve fibre) which is the effector part of the cell that terminates on other neurones (or organs), and one or more dendrites, smaller processes that act as sensory receptors. In the cerebral cortex, neurones of comparable structure are arranged in a variable number of layers. Magnification: x240 at 35mm, x480 at 6x7cm size

© Cnri/Science Photo Library