The Micropalaeontological Society

Microvertebrate

Scythogondolella milleri, an Early Triassic (ca. 250Ma) conodont element seen in oral, parietal and aboral view. The species is a key stratigraphic marker within the Triassic. Images by Marc Leu, GMX Bern, Switzerland. Scythogondolella milleri, an Early Triassic (ca. 250Ma) conodont element seen in oral, parietal and aboral view. The species is a key stratigraphic marker within the Triassic. Images by Marc Leu, GMX Bern, Switzerland.

Chair: Carine Randon (UPMC, Paris)

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TMS annual conference 2022

Logo for TMS 2022 The annual conference of the Micropalaeontological Society will be held at MARUM, the University of Read more

TMS Newsletter

We are pleased to announce that the TMS Newsletter for March 2022 is now available Read more

JM Special Issue: submissions call

We are pleased to announce the following Special Issue of the Journal of Micropalaeontology is Read more

2021 conference abstracts

Our first Special Issue of the Newsletter, with the abstracts from the 2021 annual meeting Read more

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ICP14

Dear Paleoceanography community and friends, We are excited to announce that registration and abstract submission for ICP14 Read more

Latest papers

Two new papers have been published in the Journal of Micropalaeontology: Late Eocene–early Miocene evolution of Read more

Latest Newsletter

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Newsletter now available

The new edition of the TMS newsletter is now available to download from the Newsletter Read more

Microfossil Image Competition 2021

Diatoms are tiny, silica-shelled phytoplankton. Not only are they an important part of marine ecosystems Read more

Microfossil Image Competition & Calendar 2020

2020 Calendar Following another successful year, our 2020 calendars are now sold out. Prices are Read more