The Micropalaeontological Society

Ostracod

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SEM photo of ostracod Metacypris cordata female with eggs and juveniles; from Vrana Lake Cres Island Croatia; Holocene. Image by Valentina Hajek-Tadesse and Marija Horvat, Croatian Geological Survey, Zagreb, Croatia

Chair: Ian Wilkinson (British Geological Survey)

Secretary: Anna March (Queen Mary University of London)

Ostracod Links

Microfossil Image Competition & Calendar 2018

The Micropalaeontological Society is delighted to announce the winner of this year’s Micropalaeontology Image Competition! Read more

Lyell Meeting 2018: Mass extinctions, 8th March 2018, London

The study of mass extinctions is one of the most interdisciplinary research areas within Earth Read more

Change of Journal Publisher (Copernicus Publications)

We are delighted to announce The Micropalaeontological Society has signed a new deal with Copernicus Read more

Image Comp Poster 2017

Microfossil Image Competition 2017

2017 will be the third year The Micropalaeontological Society runs their Microfossil Image Competition. The Read more

Professor Robin Whatley Memorial Event, 31 January 2017, London

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Microfossil Image Competition & Calendar 2017

  View all image entries in our Flickr album. The Micropalaeontological Society is delighted to Read more

Microfossil Image Competition 2016 – View album on Flickr

All of the fantastic entries into the Microfossil Image Competition & Calendar 2017 can be viewed Read more

Lyell Meeting 2017: Sticking Together: microbes and their role in forming sediments, 7th March 2017, London

  At The Geological Society, Burlington House Sedimentology and geomorphology have traditionally been seen as Read more

microfossil image competition 2016

Microfossil Image Competition 2016

2016 will be the third year The Micropalaeontological Society runs their Microfossil Image Competition. The Read more

Quaternary Palaeoecology Advanced Training Short Course, 23rd-27th January 2017, London

The NERC-funded Quaternary Palaeoecology Advanced Training Short Course (ATSC) will be running for its third Read more