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  1. Palynology of the Miocene formations in the Yeoungill Bay District, Korea (Palaeontographica : Abt. B) by Kiyoshi Takahashi, 1979
  2. Palynology of Arid Lands by Aharon Horowitz, 1992-07-01
  3. Stratigraphic Palynology of the Palaeozoic of Saudi Arabia by Gulf Petrolink, B. Owens, 2000-09-01
  4. Palynology and stratigraphy by A. K Ghosh, 1964
  5. Palynology and the Independence Shale of Iowa, (Bulletins of American paleontology) by James B Urban, 1971
  6. Report - Israel Geological Survey, Paleontology Division ; no. Pal/1/66 by A Gorni, 1966
  7. Palynomorph preparation procedures currently used in the paleontology and stratigraphy laboratories, U.S. Geological Survey (Geological Survey circular) by L. Imogene Doher, 1980
  8. Aspects of Palynology by Robert H. Tschudy, Richard A. Scott, 1970-03-18
  9. Paleopalynology: Second Edition (Topics in Geobiology) by Alfred Traverse, 2007-11-14
  10. Sedimentation of Organic Particles
  11. Amazon Pollen Manual and Atlas by Paul A Collinvaux, Paulo E. De Oliveira, et all 1999-12-01
  12. Antarctic Paleobiology: Its Role in the Reconstruction of Gondwana by Thomas N. Taylor, 1990-01
  13. Anthropogenic Indicators in Pollen Diagr
  14. First Floridians and Last Mastodons: The Page-Ladson Site in the Aucilla River (Topics in Geobiology)

1. Earth Science Pages: Paleontology And Palynology
Paleontology and Palynology. Datasync Home Page Earth Science Paleontology and Palynology. What s New! Visit the WWW Virtual
Paleontology and Palynology
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2. Nearctica - Paleontology - Palynology And Paleoecology
palynology and Paleoecology. History Ecology Family Environment Evolution Home EducationHome Conservation Geophysics paleontology Commercial Organizations. .
Palynology and Paleoecology Special Segments Butterflies of North America Conifers of North America Eastern Birds List of N.A. Insects Home Eastern Wildflowers General Topics Natural History Ecology Family Environment Evolution Home Education Home Conservation Geophysics Paleontology Commercial Organizations Books about Fossils and Paleontology Palynology is the study of microscopic plant fossils. The dominant component of Palynology is the study of pollen grains in sediments from the Quartenary, but anything plant and small qualifies such as fungal spores and algal remains such as diatoms and dinoflagellates. Paleoecology has been included on this page because past ecological conditions and environments, particulary for the Quartenary, are commonly inferred from these palynological studies. Global Land Environments During the Last 130,000 years . Jonathan Adams. This extraordinary site has an absolute wealth of information on Paleoecology and Paleoclimatology for the last 130,000 years of the world including North America. You'll find vegetation maps for North America for different time periods and information on how the movement of vegetation types was influenced by the glaciations of the Quarternary. The site also has a series of articles on everything from vegetation types to glaciation. The site is on the technical side, but highly recommended.

3. Nearctica - Paleontology Including Dinosaurs, Trilobites, Amber, Fossils, Collec
paleontology Main Page. Special Segments. Books about Fossils and paleontology. THE BIG THREE. Dinosaurs. Amber. Trilobites. THE REST. General paleontology. The Geological Time Scale. Paleogeography and Plate Tectonics. Origins of Life. paleontology - Invertebrates. paleontology - Vertebrates. palynology and Paleoecology.
Paleontology - Main Page Special Segments Butterflies of North America Conifers of North America Eastern Birds List of N.A. Insects Home Eastern Wildflowers General Topics Natural History Ecology Family Environment Evolution Home Education Home Conservation Geophysics Paleontology Commercial Organizations Books about Fossils and Paleontology THE BIG THREE Dinosaurs Amber Trilobites THE REST General Paleontology The Geological Time Scale Paleogeography and Plate Tectonics Origins of Life ... Fossils - Commercial Organizations

The Shuler Museum of paleontology maintains research and teaching collections involveMesozoic and Cenozoic vertebrates and plant macrofossils, and palynology.
FACILITIES The Shuler Museum of Paleontology maintains research and teaching collections in microfossils, fossil invertebrates, fossil plants, and recent and fossil vertebrates. Active areas of current research involve Mesozoic and Cenozoic vertebrates and plant macrofossils, and palynology. Vertebrate collections in the Shuler Museum of Paleontology have special strengths in the Mesozoic and Cenozoic of Texas, Mesozoic of Southwestern U.S., and representative and research collections from active projects outside the U.S., including Kenya, Malawi, Cameroon, Pakistan, Mexico, and Yemen. The collections and personnel from the Shuler Museum are actively used and involved in outreach programs through area public museums. One such project is the development of a traveling exhibit with the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History entitled Lone Star Dinosaurs
Facilities of the Shuler Museum of Paleontology include laboratories for fossil preparation, molding and casting, pollen extraction and anlysis, and morphometric analysis. VISIT OF NORMAN SCHWARTZKOFF General Norman Schwartzkoff visited Shuler Museum laboratories to interview graduate student Elizabeth Gomani and Dr. Louis Jacobs for his segment on

5. Paleontology And Fossils Resources
PaleoNet Pages; PaleoNet Places to Go; Paleontological Links on theWWW; paleontology and palynology; paleontology Class Bookmarks

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Here is a selected list of Web pages dealing with Paleontology and Fossils. Enter on the name of the page to access it. Additions to this list are appreciated.
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6. Palaeos Paleontology : Palynology
Definition palynology. Abstract. xxx. Keywords palynology, palynomorph,acritarch, dinoflagellate, dinocyst, spore, pollen. Introduction.
Palæos: Palaeontology PALAEONTOLOGY Palynology
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Definition: Palynology
xxx Keywords: palynology, palynomorph, acritarch, dinoflagellate, dinocyst, spore, pollen
To a first-order approximation, palynology is the study of four major groups of ‘things’ - namely acritarchs, dinoflagellate cysts, spores, and pollen. But at a more practical level, palynology is defined by the broad methodology by which its subject material is prepared for study: digestion of clastic materials with various acids to yield an organic residue amenable to microscopic scrutiny.
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“Palynomorphs may represent parts of a sexual life cycle (spores and pollen of embryophytes, some fungi), parts of an asexual propagation strategy (other fungal spores), parts of a single animal organ (scolecodonts), animal remains of as yet unknown function or status (chitinozoans), algal reproductive parts (probably most acritarchs, some zygospores), algal colonies or coenobia ( Botryococcus Pediastrum ), and protist ‘whole skeleton’ remains (dinoflagellate cysts, prasinophytes, and foraminiferal linings = ‘microforams’)” (Traverse 1996, p. 11).

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8. Paleobotany And Palynology
Graduate degree programs in paleontology and Paleobiology Paleobotany and PalynologyStaff, Students and Alumni Paleontological resources Publications citing
Paleobotany and Palynology
at the Florida Museum of Natural History
Picture of Archaeanthus , a 100 million year old angiosperm.
Also, see the fossil.
Graduate degree programs in Paleontology and Paleobiology
Paleobotany and Palynology Staff, Students and Alumni

Paleontological resources
Paleobotany/Palynology Image Gallery

The FLMNH Paleobotanical Collection includes approximately 300,000 specimens. This is a conservative estimate that does not take into account the fact that an individual hand sample may contain more than one fossil of interest. In addition, the facility houses the John W. Hall paleobotanical collection (approximately 20,000 specimens) currently on a long-term loan from the University of Minnesota. The collection is international in scope, ranging from the Proterozoic to the Pleistocene, and including collections from 47 countries. Particular strengths of the collection are: Cretaceous of the US western interior, Cretaceous and Eocene of southeastern North America, Eocene and Oligocene of the Pacific northwest, and Pennsylvanian of Indiana and Illinois. Systematically the greatest strength of the collection is in Cretaceous-Tertiary angiosperms, which are represented by large numbers of well-preserved fruits and flowers as well as leaves and wood. A majority of publications generated by the collection have dealt with angiosperm systematics, but publications also have been generated on algae, fungi, lycopods, ferns, seed ferns, conifers, and insect mines and have been used to address questions of phylogeny, paleogeography, and paleoclimate.

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this course each year 25;; Practical (laboratory) sessions as parts of the coursesin Paleobotany, palynology, paleontology, Stratigraphy, Paleoecology
Dr. Mihai E. POPA
Senior Fulbright Fellow
  • Title: PhD, University Lecturer (a different status of the American Lecturer position, more similar to the Associate Professor position in USA). PhD in Bucharest, with the rank "Summa Cum Laude" (the highest in Romania), defended on 29 March 2000, with two supervisors: Dr. Ovidiu N. Dragastan (University of Bucharest) and Dr. Johanna H. A. Van Konijnenburg - Van Cittert (Utrecht State University). Title of the thesis: Early Jurassic Land flora of the Getic Nappe; Experience within the higher education system: more than seven years (since September 1994); Present address: Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Dickinson Hall, Palaeobotany Laboratory, PO Box 117800, Gainesville, FL 32611, USA; Tel: (352) 392-1721 ext. 232; Fax: (352) 392-2539; E-mail: Some photographs I care about
Project of the Fulbright Senior Award
The project is entitled " The Middle Cretaceous floras of USA and Romania: different lands, similar floras " and it has two aims: 1. the study the North American and Romanian Middle Cretaceous paleofloras with emphasis on conifer assemblages, and 2. improving the Romanian BSc, MSc and PhD programs in Geology and Palaeontology at the University of Bucharest after gaining detailed experience in the American higher education system in these fields.

10. Palynologist
A CAREER IN paleontology. palynology is the study of organic (ie, nonmineralized)microfossils, especially those in sediments, either of terrestrial (land
A palynologist is a person who examines minute microfossils and especially pollen grains and spores liberated from plant communities living in the geological past. These have accumulated in ancient sediments which are frequently lithified as rocks. Palynologists working in these ancient rock sequences will often assist other geologists working on the stratigraphic record to establish the age of these strata. This work is of great importance to the petroleum industry. Palynologists working in younger parts of the geological column can provide vital information about the nature and extent of plant communities living in the recent past. Here the pollen grains are preserved in unconsolidated sediments. The results from pollen analysis are used by archaeologists and Quaternary workers trying to establish paleoenvironmental records, and, most recently, by computer modellers reconstructing climate patterns in global change studies.
Alwynne B. Beaudoin

11. Wikipedia Palynology
Wikipedia Free Encyclopedia's article on 'palynology' palynology or Pollen analysis (also sometimes referred to as micropaleontology) is the from other fields such as geology, botany, paleontology, archaeology, pedology, and geography

Vertebrate palynology Lab (The University of Texas). The University of CaliforniaMuseum of paleontology Very impressive web site especially the online exhibits.
See Quaternary Data also.
American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists

Catalogue of Palaeontological Types in Austrian Collections

The "Catalogue of Palaeontological Types in Austrian Collections" is a database that includes types as well as figured specimens and reference material kept in Austrian institutions. It contains now about 42 000 animal and plant fossils. Dinosaur Excavation in Surrey
ENTER EVOLUTION: Theory and History

From the University of California Museum of Paleontology. Evolutionary Modelling from Family Diversity
By M.C. Boulter and D. Hewzulla Florida Museum of Natural History
Virtual Museum and Collection Databases (Ichthyology, Invertebrate Paleontology, Malacology and Vertebrate Paleontology). International Organisation of Palaeobotany (IOP)
Includes Plant Fossil Record Database, PalaeoTalk, IOP Newsletters and many other interesting presentations. Ivan Rakovec Institute of Palaeontology
Which features a catalog of fossil type specimens (text-and-photo page for each specimen) Kuban's Paleo Place
This site is intended as a springboard to web sites and other Internet resources on fossils, dinosaurs, paleontology, natural history, and related topics.

13. Paleontology Links
paleontology Glossary USGS; Phylogeny Biodiversity Endangered Species; Phylogeny; onCoccoliths, Conodonts, Foraminifera, Ostracods, palynology, Siliceous
PaleoLinks Topics in Paleobiology Adaptation and Functional Morphology

14. Palynology, Links For Palaeobotanists
New Mexico Museum Of Natural History Science Bulletin No.3, p. 7593.Datasync Home Page Earth Science paleontology and palynology. !
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Dinoflagellates, Silicoflagellates and Others ... Focused on Palaeoclimate@ Palynological Associations American Association of Petroleum Geologists
(AAPG) American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists
, (AASP): . See also: Meeting Information . This page contains information pertinent to the AASP annual meeting and the meetings of related societies. There is also access to the abstracts and programs of former meetings of the AASP. AASP Data Committee, American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists (this web site is made available by the Department of Geology at the University of Toronto): Palydisks . Downloadable collection of palynology files. Includes bibliographies, pollen diagrams, statistics, and various related programs. The Palydisks are in the "public domain" available for exchange, with explicit acknowledgement of the original author. Associazione Italiana Per lo Studio del Quaternario (AIQUA).

15. Triassic Palaeobotany, Palynology And Stratigraphy, Links For Palaeobotanists
palynology Group of The Micropalaeontological Society (TMS). Yang Hengren, Wang Zhen,Li Manying, Huang Baoyu, Nanjing Institute of Geology and paleontology, (
Home All about Upper Triassic Triassic Palaeobotany, Palynology and Stratigraphy
Insight into the Triassic World

Homepages of Triassic Workers

Sequence Stratigraphy and Facies of the European Keuper

The Rhaetian
Teaching Documents about Stratigraphy and Historical Geology@

Triassic Palaeobotany, Palynology and Stratigraphy ALBERTIANA
Albertiana 27 E-Albertiana is formated in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF). Anna-Lena Anderberg , Department of Palaeobotany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm: Rhaetian and Jurassic plants of Scania . This database includes the Rhaetian and Jurassic plant fossils from Scania, southern Sweden, housed in the Stockholm collections. Sidney Ash , Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (Science Magazine): A Late Triassic Trove of Fossil Plants Brian J. Axsmith , Michael Krings and Thomas N. Taylor A filmy fern from the Upper Triassic of North Carolina (USA) . Abstract, American Journal of Botany. 2001; 88:1558-1567. Brian J.

16. WWW Virtual Library: Anthropology: Specialized Fields: Paleontology
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Includes a palynology Specialist Group (contact MM Harley PaleoNet West (Berkeley,Ca) paleontology jobs, calendar, forum, internet resources, and much more
Many of the following web sites have extensive additional links to the Internet. Please inform the AASP WebMaster at if you know of other sites that should be added below. We also maintain a set links to mostly commercial sites
Affiliate Societies
  • AGU American Geophysical Union
  • GSA Geological Society of America
  • IFPS International Federation of Palynological Societies
Palynological / Paleobotanical Societies Palynology / Paleobotany in University and Government Departments

18. AASP Society News
Excellent academic record, proficiency in English, and a keen interest / experiencein Micropaleontology, paleontology, palynology, optimization techniques or
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    MS Thesis Support - Research
    The Department of Geology at EAFIT University (Medellin, Colombia) and the Colombian Petroleum Institute (ICP-ECOPETROL) - offshore research exploration team-, invite TWO geologists, biologists, statisticians or mathematicians recently graduated, that wish to undertake his (her) Master of Science thesis and participate in the research project: "Quantitative Biostratigraphy of the Guajira Peninsula, Colombian Offshore". The research project intends to build a biostratigraphic model for the Colombian Caribbean based on existing information. The selected students will investigate one of the following themes:
    Quantitative Biostratigraphy : Management and analysis of biostratigraphic databases using Graphic Correlation, RASC, constrained optimization and multivariate analysis in order to produce a biostratigraphic framework for the basin.
    Dinoflagellate Biostratigraphy : Exploration of the usefulness of dinocysts as a biostratigraphic tool in the Colombian Caribbean. The dinocyst biostratigraphic distribution of two exploratory wells during the Lower Miocene to Pliocene interval will be done.
    Selection criteria: Excellent academic record, proficiency in English, and a keen interest / experience in Micropaleontology, Paleontology

19. Palynology
change; Nearctica paleontology - palynology and Paleoecology; QuaternaryEnvironments Network - Review and Atlas of Palaeovegetation;
Home page CV Research Personal Interests ... Links Hibiscus pollen What is pollen? The pollen grain is the structure used to transport the male gamete (i.e. male DNA) to the female part of a flower. Pollen must be strong to protect the male gametes on their journey. The outer wall of the pollen grain, called the exine , is composed of a very unusual substance called sporopollenin which is very tough. The inner layer is made of cellulose and is similar in construction to an ordinary plant cell wall. Pollen grains are microscopic - usually about 15 to 100 microns - and just a pinch of pollen powder contains thousands and thousands of grains. General Structure of Pollen:
Ornemantation of Pollen Grains:
Layers of Pollen:
Light Micrographs of Pollen Grains Pick a family: Acanthaceae Clusiaceae Lamiaceae Papaveraceae ... Salicaeae
Paleobotanical/Palynological Institutes
Paleobotanical/Palynological Organisations
Palynological Resourses

20. ClayGate 560 : Paleontology & Paleozoology
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Paleontology AskERIC : Paleontology BBC Learning : Prehistory Best of History Web Sites : Prehistory BUBL Link : 560 Palaeontology ... Google Web Directory : Paleontology - Polar Regions
Paleobotany ; Fossil microorganisms Botanical Society of America. Paleobotanical Section Links Google Web Directory : Paleobotany International Organisation of Palaeobotany ... University of Würzburg. Institute of Mineralogy : Links for Palaeobotanists (compiled and maintained by Klaus-Peter Kelber) Virtual Paleobotany Links Yahoo! : Paleobotany Plant Fossil Record : Taxonomy ... Google Web Directory : Radiolarians
Fossil invertebrates Google Web Directory : Paleontology - Invertebrates Google Web Directory : Paleontology - Tribolites Science Net : Fossil Invertebrates Google Web Directory : Paleontology - Conodonts
Miscellaneous fossil marine and seashore invertebrates Science Net : Fossil Sponges, Coelenterates, Echinoderms, Corals

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