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! Palaeobotany and Palaeontology Forums@

Abstracts Online@
! International Palaeobotanical and Palaeontological Institutions@
! Progress in Palaeobotany and Palynology@
What´s New, Articles for Palaeo- and Geoscientists@
Places of Palaeobotanical Research@
Temporary Exhibitions@
Access to Natural History Museums and Collections@
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Abstracts Online@
What´s New, Articles for Palaeo- and Geoscientists@
Places of Palaeobotanical Research@
Temporary Exhibitions@
Access to Natural History Museums and Collections@
Universities@
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Access to Palaeobotany, Palaeontology and Biology Mailing Lists


Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Canadian Association of Palynologists (CAP): Internet Discussion Lists of Interest to Palynologists. These Internet discussion lists may be of interest to palynologists. More Internet Discussion Lists. A catalogue of Internet discussion lists dealing mostly with Quaternary, geoarchaeology and related subjects.

! Paleobotanical Section, The Botanical Society of America: PaleoNews (news). A place for personalia, with the provison for responses.

! dmoz, Open Directory Project:
Computers > Internet > E-mail > Mailing Lists.
Computers > Internet > E-mail > Mailing Lists > Directories.

The International Association of Wood Anatomists (IAWA): The IAWA Forum. The purpose of the IAWA Forum is to facilitate science and community within the world of wood anatomy and related sciences. Anyone is welcome to join regardless of membership in the IAWA.

! James Maffrey and Chuck Daghlian: Paleobot. PALEOBOT (A Paleobotany Mail List) is intended for discussions of paleobotanical matters. It is maintained as a service to the Paleobotanical Section, Botanical Society of America. Members of this Section and all others interested in fossil plants are urged to make use of the list. Please take notice: Archives of PALEOBOT@LISTSERV.DARTMOUTH.EDU: 1998-2002. Paleobotanical Section list.

Florin Neumann, Department of Geology, University of Toronto: How do Internet Discussion Lists Work?

! Florin Neumann, Department of Geology, University of Toronto, and Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Canadian Association of Palynologists (CAP): Internet Discussion Lists of Interest to Palynologists. Internet discussion lists of interest to palynologists. From CAP Newsletter 17(2):27-29, 1994, and AASP Newsletter 28(1):20-21, 1995.

Doug Lundberg, Air Academy High School U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado: Amber Discussion Group. The listserv´s intent is a public discussion on amber formation, types, general questions, almost anything that relates to amber.

N. MacLeod, Department of Palaeontology, The Natural History Museum, London: PaleoNet. PaleoNet is a system of listservers, www pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among paleontologists. Go to:
! PaleoNet Listserver User´s Guide. PaleoNet is primarily a forum for public communication within the paleontological community. See also: PaleoNet Mailing List: NHM Paleonet List Archive. PaleoNet Mailing List Search are available from 1994 to 2003. See also here.

NATURE: Nature Debates. Nature debates aim to use the space and reach of the Web to map out and define the landscape of international scientific controversy. They are moderated and involve both invited contributions and email from interested readers.

PAGES (a core project of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP)): listservers.

Paläontologische Gesellschaft: PalGes-Listserver. An open forum for palaeontology (in German). See also: Paläontologische Gesellschaft Newsletter.

palaeo_de (YAHOO Deutschland). The German "palaeo" list server.

PalBoLat - Paleobotanica Latinoamericana (hosted by Avenir Technologies, LLC). PalBoLat, intended to be a discussion forum for people working on Latin American paleobotany, was born after IX Latin American Botanical Congress in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Go to: Archive for list palbolat.

Palclime. Listserver for discussions of paleoclimate and paleoecology for Late Mesozoic and Early Cenozoic periods.

The Paleolimnology Forum (a communications medium for the International Paleolimnology Association). The purpose of this listservice is to facilitate communication and the exchange of academic information on the topic of paleolimnology.

! The Panda's Thumb. The latest news and debates! The Panda's Thumb is the virtual pub of the University of Ediacara (an online virtual University). The patrons gather to discuss evolutionary theory, critique the claims of the antievolution movement, defend the integrity of both science and science education, and share good conversation.

Servicio de Listas de Distribución de RedIRIS, Spain: Archives of SKOLITHOS@LISTSERV.REDIRIS.ES. The forum on trace fossils.

Philip Taylor: Palaeobotany. A paleobotany listserver.

TAXACOM. Biological systematics and biocollections computerization discussion list. Visit the TAXACOM listserv archives.

Yahoo!Groups: Science > Other > palaeo_de German Palaeontology-Listserver. Induced by the "Paläontologische Gesellschaft" (in German).

! Yahoo!Groups: Send a newsletter or discuss! Go to: Science > Earth Sciences, or Science > Biology > Botany, or Science: Earth Sciences: Paleontology. See also:
Science > Biology > Botany > Plants > Trees. From this website you can link to other relevant discussion groups.











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Access to Palaeobotany, Palaeontology and Biology Mailing Lists
Directories of Mailing Lists
Abstracts Online@
! International Palaeobotanical and Palaeontological Institutions@
What´s New, Articles for Palaeo- and Geoscientists@
Places of Palaeobotanical Research@
Temporary Exhibitions@
Access to Natural History Museums and Collections@
Search Engines@


Access to Geoscience Mailing Lists

John C. Butler, Department of Geosciences, University of Houston: The VirtualCoffeeRoom. This is a free, subscription-only, electronic mailing list. Its purpose is to facilitate discussions on and about the potential of the Internet in the creation of learning environments.

Jeffrey W. Martz, Department of Geosciences, Texas Tech University: Friends of the Triassic. A mailing list dedicated to providing information and discussion on Triassic paleontology and stratigraphy.

Paläontologische Gesellschaft: PalGes-Listserver. An open forum for palaeontology (in German). See also: Paläontologische Gesellschaft Newsletter.

Ted Smith: GEOSCI-JOBS. GEOSCI-JOBS (a moderated list) is for posts of employment opportunity announcements in earth science, including geology, geophysics, seismology, engineering geology, geological engineering, civil engineering, paleontology, petroleum geology, petroleum engineering, mineralogy, mine engineering, hydrology, earth science, oceanography, physical geography, geomorphology, and geoscience education. Free of charge!

Wendy Van Norden, Harvard-Westlake School, Hollywood, CA, and Steve Kluge, Fox Lane High School, Bedford, NY: AP Geology Information Newsletter. A mailing list.

Tom Whitmore, University of Florida, Gainesville: The Paleolimnology Forum. The purpose of this listservice is to facilitate communication and the exchange of academic information on the topic of paleolimnology.

Yahoo! Groups: Yahoo! Groups (the former eGroups) is a free email group service that allows you to create and join email groups. Email groups offer a convenient way to connect with others who share the same interests and ideas. Go To: Science: Earth Sciences, or Science: Earth Sciences: Paleontology, or Science: Biology: Botany, or Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany.











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What´s New, Articles for Palaeo- and Geoscientists


Directories of Mailing Lists


! dmoz, Open Directory Project:
Computers > Internet > E-mail > Mailing Lists.
Computers > Internet > E-mail > Mailing Lists > Directories.

ListTool. This is a free tool that makes the process of subscribing, unsubscribing and sending commands to 878 mailing and discussion lists easy.

! L-Soft: CataList. A catalog of listserv lists. From this page, you can browse any of the 43,407 public listserv lists on the Internet, search for mailing lists of interest, and get information about listserv host sites.

! Norman MacLeod, Department of Palaeontology, The Natural History Museum, London: Palaeonet´s listserver.

Mineralogy Club of Antwerp, Belgium: Mineralogy mailing lists, a commented index.

OpenSubscriber. This is a mail-to-web gateway which archives and displays public mailing lists and groups.

Point Arrow. Point Arrow is a collection of communities based on mailing lists managed using Arrow Mailing List Server for Windows from Roger Smith Software.

TILE.NET: Go to /lists. The reference to Internet discussion and information lists.











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Access to Palaeobotany, Palaeontology and Biology Mailing Lists
Access to Geoscience Mailing Lists
Abstracts Online@
! International Palaeobotanical and Palaeontological Institutions@
What´s New, Articles for Palaeo- and Geoscientists@
Places of Palaeobotanical Research@
Temporary Exhibitions@
Access to Natural History Museums and Collections@
Search Engines@


Palaeontology and Geology Newsgroups

! Paleobotanical Section, The Botanical Society of America: PaleoNews (news). A place for personalia, with the provison for responses.

Technical University of Clausthal - Institute of Geology and Paleontology (via Gerhard): Newsgroups on Earth Sciences.

! Google Groups. Google Groups is a free online community and discussion group service that offers the Web's most comprehensive archive of Usenet postings. Go to: sci.bio.paleontology,
sci.bio.evolution,
sci.geo.geology,
sci.bio.botany, and
sci.bio.

Bret C. Rediker, Geology Link Page: Newsgroups.

sci.bio.paleontology

! SK ZAG (DFG), Senatskommission für Zukunftsaufgaben der Geowissenschaften (in German).
SK ZAG Newsletter.
Geo-Nachrichten.
! Weitere Kalender.

YAHOO Groups: Paleogeoarthropoda. Paleogeoarthropoda is referring to all non-marine arthropods (i.e., from brackish, freshwater, and terrestrial environments), including chelicerata (xiphosura, eurypterida and "arachnids"), euthycarcinoidea, myriapoda, hexapoda (insecta and others), and some crustaceans. To join, click "Join Group" and follow instructions to become a pending member.










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