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mi·cro·pa·le·on·tol·o·gy
[mahy-kroh-pey-lee-uhn-tol-uh-jee, -pal-ee-]
NOUN
1.
the branch of paleontology dealing with the study of microscopic fossils.
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Micropaleontology - Wikipedia

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Micropaleontology is the branch of palaeontology that studies microfossils, or fossils that require the use of a microscope to see the organism, its morphology ...

Micropaleontology: Home

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Micropaleontology, v. 52, i. 5, p. 433-447, Published on December 2006, First Published on April 07, 2009, doi:10.2113/gsmicropal.52.5.433. » Full Text (PDF).

Micropaleontology | Micropress - Micropaleontology Press

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micropaleontology. ISSN print 0026-2803, online 1937-2795. Micropaleontology is published online, with print as an added option, in six issues per year ...

What is Micropaleontology? - Micropaleontology Press

www.micropress.org/what.html

Micropaleontology is the study of microscopic fossils. It is the largest discipline in paleontology, just as microfossils are by far the most abundant of all fossils.

The Micropalaeontological Society: Home

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The Micropalaeontological Society (TMS) exists “to advance the education of the public in the study of Micropalaeontology” and is operated “exclusively for ...

Micropaleontology - Department of Geosciences - UiO

www.mn.uio.no/geo/english/research/groups/micropaleontology/

Mar 7, 2011 ... The micropaleontology group studies variation in the distribution and community structure amongst microfossils from different environmental ...

MICROPALEONTOLOGY

www.geo.arizona.edu/palynology/mfossil.html

MICROPALEONTOLOGY. - the study of microsocopic fossils. The table below lists some common non- palynomorph microfossils, whose fossils remains are ...

Micropaleontology on JSTOR

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For 50 years, Micropaleontology has been the leading international peer- reviewed journal devoted to all aspects of the study of microscopic fossil remains. The .