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Webmaster for The Micropalaeontological Society 

Welcome to the website for TMS - we hope you like it.

Please let us know your thoughts about this website, criticism and suggestions are encouraged regarding the design and ease of use by emailing the current webmaster using the link below. As far as content is concerned - this is your website. Please let me, or the society officers know what you would like to see here. I would encourage you to send me anything concerned with the sphere of micropalaeontology and the activities of the Society and its members. Photographs, meeting reports, fieldwork reports, images of microfossils, problem microfossil images that need identified, essays etc. will all be considered.

On a final note, if you shop at Amazon.co.uk then please follow the links from TMS site to Amazon. In this way, a small percentage of what you spend goes to The Society.

The current Webmaster is Janine Pendleton (Petrostrat Ltd.)

Credits: the form of the site was largely created by the previous webmaster, Andy Henderson (The Natural History Museum, London) and he would like to acknowledge the help (above and beyond the call of duty) of "Professor" Chris Sleep (NHM) for his input on the pdf download section of this website, whithout him it would not have been possible (this century!). The other previous webmasters were Ian Boomer (University of Newcastle) and Giles Miller (The Natural History Museum, London). Dr David Polly and Dr Mike Lowndes are acknowledged for help in setting up the original site and the NHM is thanked for providing hosting for the site until 2011. TMS logo was redesigned by Steve Starkie from the original BMS logo by Mark Purnell. The current TMS website is hosted by ICDSoft, who are thanked for their continuing support.


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The Microvertebrate Group The Palynology Group The Foraminifera Group The Silicofossil Group The Nannofossil Group The Ostracod Group The Foraminifera Group The  Microvertebrate Group The Nannofossil Group The Ostracod Group The Palynology Group The Silicofossil Group About the Society. Profile, constitution, officers... Membership and how to join The Society Meetings Publications of The Micropalaeontological Society The Charles Downie award and other schemes Book Reviews, Conference Reports... Useful WWW links