pan from geiger counter to biohazard sample.
PACIFIC OCEAN: 1940s: Geiger Counter in lab. Samples in lab.
PACIFIC OCEAN: 1940s: man users Geiger counter to record radioactivity on island. Man cuts palm tree. Men collect plant samples
biohazard tech or soldier sweeping a room with a Geiger counter
PACIFIC OCEAN: 1940s: tissue samples dried on hot plates in lab. Man reduces specimen in lab. Man counts radiation in ash.
PACIFIC OCEAN: 1940s: preparation of a radiation autograph on tissue sample.
1970s: UNITED STATES: miner tests rock samples. Miner labels samples.
PACIFIC OCEAN: 1940s: dried out tissues under infrared lamp. Radiation photograph of tissue sample
1940s: UNITED STATES: man looks at alpha activity of sample in lab. Man prepares sample slide under microscope. Man looks down microscope
1940s: UNITED STATES: man puts prepared sample into lead shield as part of radioactive decay reading
PACIFIC OCEAN: 1940s: man takes sample of coconut palm. Man strips plant flower. Coconut water