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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Micropalaeontology, sedimentary environments and stratigraphy: A tribute to Dennis Curry (1912-2001).
of Bristol, and PetroStrat) present 25 papers exploring ancient climate change over a period of some 600 million years (from the Late Proterozoic to the Cenozoic) and the role of micropalaeontology in its documentation.
Timothy Patterson, "Arcellaceans as Pollution Indicators in Mine Tailing Contaminated Lakes near Cobalt, Ontario, Canada," Micropalaeontology 44, no.
Prior to that he read a degree in geology and a PhD in micropalaeontology at university in Aberystwyth.
Microbial mats were not studied in detail until the 1970s and later, that is after the development of micropalaeontology and electron microscopy.
Micropalaeontology and Hydrocarbon Exploration in Middle East, Chapman and Hall, 418.
Three organizations devoted to micropalaeontology held a joint meeting in London in September 2002 to encourage the trans-Atlantic sharing of ideas and to develop an integrated multi-disciplinary approach to both the academic and industrial realms.