micropalaeontology

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micropalaeontology

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˌpælɪɒnˈtɒlədʒɪ)
n
(Palaeontology) the branch of palaeontology concerned with the study of microscopic fossils
micropalaeontological, ˌmicroˌpalaeontoˈlogic adj
ˌmicroˌpalaeonˈtologist n
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Partly the reason seems to be a general dominance of micropalaeontological studies, but the situation in Estonia is complicated by inadequate procedures of fundamental science financing.
Cainozoic micropalaeontological biostratigraphy of the North Sea, Institute of Geological Sciences Report.
A total of 60 thin sections were studied for the detailed micropalaeontological analysis.
Run-out distance and erosion of debris-flows in the Nile deep-sea fan system: Evidence from lithofacies and micropalaeontological analyses.
This book includes discussion on fossil sites that are important to both the biological and earth sciences, although there are few sites included that highlight the significance of micropalaeontological or palynological studies to the development of Australia's petroleum industry.
Micropalaeontological study of the Upper Jurassic and Lower Cretaceous of Southern Iran.
eds), Deep Time Perspectives on Climate Change: Marry-ing the Signal from Computer Models and Biological Proxies: The Micropalaeontological Society, Special Publications, The Geological Society, London, p 323-349.
A sampling of topics: phytolith analysis of ploughed land thin sections from the Treurenberg site, Belgium; microfossils characterization from south Andean economic plants; analysis of phytolith from Braehead archaeological site, Scotland; phytoliths and micropalaeontological data in a boggy soil; and micromorphology and phytoliths study in coastal dunes of the southeastern Pampean plains, Buenos Aires, Argentina.