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Indexes in Palaeobotany from Institutions and Departments of Palaeobotanical Research


ASOCIACIÓN DE PALINÓLOGOS DE LENGUA ESPAÑOLA (A.P.L.E.), UNIVERSIDAD DE SALAMANCA: PÁGINAS DE INTERÉS.

Asociación Latinoamericana de Paleobotánica y Palinología. In Spanish and Portuguese. Go to: Sítios relacionados.

Paleobotany Section, Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California at Berkeley: Paleobotany Links.

! The University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley, ((with support provided by the National Science Foundation and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute): Understanding Evolution. This is a non-commercial, education website, teaching the science and history of evolutionary biology. Go to: Resources Annotated Links.

BIAX Consult, Zaandam, The Netherlands: Links, Archaeobotany/Palaeobotany.

Biology-Nation. This website provides resources for anyone with an interest in biology. (see also Biology-Nation.com Whois Record). Go to: Introduction to Paleobotany.

Biome (a hub within the Resource Discovery Network (RDN), and funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC); created by a core team of information specialists and subject experts based at the University of Nottingham Greenfield Medical Library). BIOME is a collection of gateways which provide free access to evaluated, quality Internet resources in the health and life sciences. Go to: Natural Selection, and "Palaeobotany".

Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany (BSIP):
Palaeobotanical Repository. Palaeobotanical Repository (BSIP) is a service of the Knowledge Resource Center (KRC) of BSIP for collecting, preserving and disseminating the intellectual output of BSIP.

Czech Geological Survey: Palaeobotany.

Commission Internationale de Microflore du Paléozoique (C.I.M.P.). C.I.M.P. is an international federation of palynologists interested in Palaeozoic palynology. The commission aims to advance knowledge in palynology and related subjects by the promotion of international co-operation and meetings between scientists of all regions and countries.
Worth checking out: Links.ks.

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften (DGG):
Links & Dienste - Deutschland,
Links & Dienste - Europa,
Internationale Forschungseinrichtungen, and
Administrative Einrichtungen (in German).

UCD Plant Palaeoecology and Palaeobiology Group, Dublin, Ireland:
Links.

Evolving Earth Foundation Issaquah, WA: Paleobotany and Botany Links.

! Paleobotany and Palynology, Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville: Links to Other Paleobotanical Collections and Databases.

Geotimes. Geotimes article archive by topic, Paleobotany.

International Paleontological Association (IPA): The IPA PaleoLink database. This directory allows users to specify search criteria and generate a dynamic list of links to paleontology-related websites. Search for: "Paleobotany".

International Workgroup for Palaeoethnobotany (IWPG): Links.

The Internet Archive, San Francisco: Its purposes include offering permanent access to historical collections that exist in digital format. Now the Internet Archive includes texts, audio, moving images, and software as well as archived web pages. Go to:
Search results for "Fossil Plants".

Division of Paleobotany, Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, University of Kansas, Lawrence: Resources and References.

Libraries Unlimited (the Greenwood Publishing Group): Guide to Reference and Information Sources in Plant Biology. This Web site contains the URLs and annotations for all Web-accessible resources listed in the third edition of this book, published in December 2005. The guide lists and annotates nearly 1,000 books, journals, and Web sites. The Web sites have been chosen using the same criteria as the print material, namely that they are important, authoritative, have authors or sponsors with good credentials, and seem likely to remain available in the future. Go to: Plant Evolution and Paleobotany. <

Isabel C. Cookson Laboratory, School of Botany, University of Melbourne: Links.

! Palaeobotany group Münster, Germany: Some useful Links. Annotated palaeobotanical and palynological links.

National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII), maintained by the Center for Biological Informatics of the U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA. NBII is a broad, collaborative program to provide increased access to data and information on the nation's biological resources. Go to: Botany, Past and Future. A link directory about the history of botany, palaeobotany, and plant exploration.

Department of Environmental Science, Niigata University, Japan: Links.

The Paleontological Society of Austin: Other Web Sites. A link list: Go to: Plants.

! The Paleontology Portal (produced by the University of California Museum of Paleontology, the Paleontological Society, the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, and the United States Geological Survey, with funding from the National Science Foundation). The Paleontology Portal is a website providing a central, interactive entry point to North American paleontology resources on the Internet. Go to: Resources, and Fossil Gallery, Plants.

Paléobotanique, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris:
Sources documentaires (In French).
Provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

Project Exploration, Chicago, IL (a nonprofit science education organization that makes science accessible to the public): Links, Resources. Scroll down to "Plant Evolution and Paleobotany".
This expired link is available through the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

University Library, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Plant Evolution and Paleobotany.

Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm:
Department of Palaeobotany,
Fossilized plants.
Snapshots provided by the Internet Archive´s Wayback Machine.

ViFaBio, The Virtual Library of Biology (University Library Johann Christian Senckenberg, Frankfurt/Main, Germany):
! Internet Guide. Search for:
Palaeobotany.
Botany.
Palaeontology.
Ecology.

Palaeobotany Laboratory, Weston Observatory, Department of Geology & Geophysics, Boston College, Weston, Massachusetts: Links to Resources in Paleobotany and Palynology.
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! Chemistry Biology Information Center, ETH, Zürich: Links > Chemistry & Biology > Evolution > Plants.
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! Indexes in Palaeontology and Evolution@
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Indexes in Palaeobotany from Individuals


! Robert Anderson, Natural History Magazine: Paleobotany An Internet guide to the evolution of plants.

! Nan Crystal Arens, C. Strömberg and A. Thompson, Department of Integrative Biology, and Paleobotany Section, Museum of Paleontology (UCMP), University of California at Berkeley: Virtual Paleobotany, PALEOBOTANY LINKS. A collection of pointers to information on palaeobotany.

! Alwynne B. Beaudoin, Canadian Association of Palynologists (CAP): Internet Resources. Go to: World Wide Web Sites for Palynologists. The following list contains a selection of mainly WWW sites which may contain information of relevance to palynologists. Updated within the last 6 month. Excellent!

M.J. Benton and D.A.T. Harper: Companion Website: Introduction to Paleobiology and the Fossil Record. Go to:
! Web Links,
Fossil Plants.

! Goran Bogicevic, Department of Regional Geology and Palaeontology, Faculty of Mininig and Geology at Belgrade, Yugoslavia: Boggy's Geology Links. Go to:
Boggy´s Links to Fossil Plants.

Clayton William Bolitho, Heyward Library Web Team, La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia: ClayGate 2002. A catalogue of internet resources. Go to: 560 - Paleontology & Paleozoology, and Paleobotany. Updated within the last 6 month.

Anthony R. Brach, Raino Lampinen, Shunguo Liu and Keith McCree: The Internet Directory of Botany (IDB). IDB consists of two parts, an alphabetical directory and a categorical directory. This excellent site is also available via Essen, Germany. Not updated for a long time.

Richard Cowen, Department of Geology, University of California, Davis: Web pages for Chapters in History of Life, 3rd Edition. To give some idea of the dynamism in paleontology, here are Web pages to illustrate. Go to: Chapter Seventeen: Why Flowers Are Beautiful. A link directory. See also: Comparing Plant and Animal Evolution. An annotated link list.

Charles P. Daghlian, Paleobotanical Section, Botanical Society of America: Paleobotany-related links. Updated within the last 6 month.

! Owen Kent Davis, Department of Geosciences, University of Arizona, Tucson: Links to Palynology and Palynologists, Palynologist´s Pages, Palynology, and Explore the Palynology References. Updated within the last 6 month.

Farwest Geoscience Foundation (?): A Paleobotanical Visit To The Sailor Flat Hydraulic Gold Mine, and many other plant bearing localities. See also: Links To Paleobotany Resources On The Web.

Kathryn M. Gregory-Wodzicki, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University, Palisades, NY: Scroll down to: "WEB RESOURCES FOR PALEOBOTANISTS".
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Guido Grimm, Department of Palaeobotany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm: Links.

Andreas G. Heiss, Institute of Botany, University of Innsbruck, Austria: Archaeobotany and Palaeobotany Links.

E.J. Inglis-Arkell, ABCentral: Paleobotany.

Russ Jacobson, Illinois State Geological Survey, Champaign, Illinois, DINO RUSS´s LAIR, The Earthnet Info Server, Paleontology Links: Paleobotany.

Steven L. Jessup, Southern Oregon University: Origins and Diversity of Land Plants, Internet Resources, and Plant Evolution and Systematics Web Sites.

Elizabeth A. Kowalski, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, Rapid City, South Dakota: Some Links.

Glen J. Kuban, North Royalton, K-Paleo Kuban´s Paleo Place: Paleobotany (Fossil Plants).

Richard Leary, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, IL: paleobotany.org

Y.S. Liu, East Tennessee State University: Palaeobotany Links. See also here.

Cynthia Looy, Department of Integrative Biology, University of California Museum of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley: Looy lab, Resources.

Martin C. Mathes, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA: Links for Fossil Plants.

! J.C. McElwain, UCD Plant Palaeoecology and laeobiology Group: Links.

Jürgen Meyer and Uwe Dittmann, Pflanzenfossilien.de: Interessante Links zum Thema Pflanzenfossilien (in German).

John M. Miller, University and Jepson Herbaria, University of California, Berkeley: gigantopteroid.org. Go to: Links to Web Pages on Paleobotany, Paleogeography, and Palynology.

Jack D. Mount, Science-Engineering Library, University of Arizona, Tucson: PALEONTOLOGY & FOSSILS RESOURCES. Scroll down to the Paleobotany & Palynology rubric.

John Stephen Nix, About.com: Ancient Forests.

OergroenMuseum (Tim Wolterbeek, Utrecht). This is a blog dedicated to plant fossils and paleobotany. See also: Older Posts.

Kathleen B. Pigg, Department of Plant Biology, Arizona State University: Plant Fossils and Evolution, Links of Interest (via wayback link).

Mihai Emilian Popa, Department of Geology and Palaeontology, Faculty of Geology and Geophysics, University of Bucharest: Links.

Inez Ramsey, Library Science, James Madison University, Paleontology Resources for K-12: Fossil Plants (Paleobotany) (via wayback link).

! Scott Russell, Department of Botany and Microbiology, University of Oklahoma: Scott's Botanical Links - Subject Index.
Search for: Paleobotany.
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Schmidt, Diane, Allison, Melody M., Clark, Kathleen A., Jacobs, Pamela F. and Porta, Maria A., Libraries Unlimited (a member of the Greenwood Publishing Group): Guide to Reference and Information Sources in Plant Biology. This directory contains the URLs and annotations for Web-accessible resources. Go to: Plant Evolution and Paleobotany.

Paul Sereno (University of Chicago) and Gabrielle Lyon, Project Exploration, Chicago, IL; Resources, Paleobotany and Botany.

Doug Soltis, Amber Tilley and Hongshan Wang, Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH), University of Florida: Deep Time. A comprehensive phylogenetic tree of living and fossil angiosperms. Go to: Links.

Edith L. Taylor & Vents Ivanov, Bibliography of Paleobotany (Division of Paleobotany, Natural History Museum and Biodiversity Research Center, University of Kansas, Lawrence): Resources and References.

Bruce H. Tiffney (University of California, Santa Barbara), Access Excellance, BioForum 4: Web Index.

Jan C. van Dijk, København: Palaeontologi. An annotated link directory (in Danish).

Steve Wagner, Paleocurrents.com, Denver Museum of Nature and Science (DMNS): Paleobotany Sites.











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! Indexes in Botany and Biology@
! Indexes in Palaeontology and Evolution@
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Indexes in Palaeobotany from Search Engines and other Meta Directories


About.com: Forestry, Ancient Forests. A link directory (hijacked articles and resources).

Alexa (Alexa Internet, Inc., an Amazon.com Company). Alexa is a Web Information Company, perhaps best known for the Alexa Rank, the website ranking system which tracks over 30 million websites worldwide. Alexa focuses on delivering the richest and most meaningful analytics tools for customers. See especially: The top ranked sites in category "Science". Go to:
! Paleobotany.
See also: Top Sites in Paleobotany.

AllWebHunt directory: Paleobotany.

Best of the Web Directory, Jericho, NY. Best of the Web (the Internet´s oldest directory) intends to remain at the forefront of the digital revolution by continuing to add new products and services that stay true to the company´s core mission of enhancing the online experience by providing the Internet community with meaningful guidance that it can trust. Go to:
Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany.

Best of the Web (sic!). Entry with costs!
Botany Paleobotany.
Earth Sciences Paleontology.

Biólogo, Brazil: Paleobotânica.

Biology-Nation (this is a free online resource reference site providing rich biology content): Introduction to Paleobotany.

BUBL Information Service, Andersonian Library, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland: 560 Palaeontology. Go to: 561 Palaeobotany, fossil micro organisms.

! dmoz, open directory project: Science: Earth Sciences: Paleontology: Paleontologists: Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany. Excellent!

Education Planet, Inc.. Go to: Paleobotany. Education Planet was founded to help teachers, students and parents find the best educational resources available on the web.

ePalaeontology. Paleontological Research Online. Go to: Paleobotany.

Evolving Earth Foundation: Paleobotany and Botany Links.

Galaxy: Science, Biology, Botany, Paleobotany, and Science, Earth Science, Paleontology, Paleobotany.

GeoGuide, Lower Saxony State and University Library, Göttingen (Germany). Go to: Paleobotany.

Geometry.Net: Paleobotany.

Geoscience Gateways (a product of Source Rocks, LLC): This website is created for the benefit of the geoscience community, but particularly for those geoscientists working and living in the oil patch. Go to: Paleobotany.

Gimenei. Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany

Hallencyclopedia.com: paleobotany English Encyclopedia. A link directory. Free online encyclopedia, dictionaries, quotes, sources, news, and pictures

HowComYouCom.com: Education 2001, History of Life, Leaving the Water. A link directory.

Hypography Science-Tech: Science links > Hard sciences > Earth sciences > Paleonthology (sic!)> Paleobotany.

Ilectric Info Portal: Directory > Science > Biology > Botany > Paleobotany.

Keywen.com: Encyclopedia of Keywords > Death > Extinction > Fossils > Paleontology > Paleobotany.

The Librarians' Index to the Internet (LII). Administered by the California State Librarian. LII is meant to be used by both librarians and non-librarians as a reliable and efficient guide to described and evaluated Internet resources. Go to: Paleobotany.

Lonicera, Poland: Paleobotanika.

MavicaNET: Paleobotanik [sic!].

Nature Quest Publications Inc., Cambridge, MA: Natural History Museums and Research Centers. Go to: Paleobotany.

New South Wales Country Areas Program (a component of the Australian Government's Targetted Programs for Schools): Fossil Evolution. Go to: Flora websites.

Nuke ODP, Spain: Geologist Online. Go to: Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany.

Pandia Plus > Science > Biology > Botany > Paleobotany.

Project Exploration, Chicago, IL: Links, Paleobotany & Botany.

Science Search. Science Search wants to make it possible to find accurate and helpful information in scientific areas. Go to: Paleobotany.

TopSites: Science: Biology: Botany: Paleobotany.

! TutorGig.com: As an education portal, TutorGig.com offers plenty of services to its users. TutorGig.com has a huge database of over a million tutorial sites categorized by more than 2000 subjects. Go to: Paleobotany.

www.botanik.ch: Go to Paläobotanik. In German.










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