The Canadian Association of Palynologists was founded in 1978 and, at a recent count
(May 16, 2012), had 65 members in good standing. The Association is run by a small
executive. CAP members include palynologists
from Universities, Industry and Government Agencies. CAP membership is drawn from the
worldwide palynological community. The Association focusses on
palynology from all geologic eras, spanning the Palaeozoic to the Quaternary.
Palynologists from all branches of the discipline, from stratigraphic palynology,
to palaeoecology, to melissopalynology, participate in the Association. We welcome
CAP communicates primarily through a newsletter that is produced twice a year
(May and November). This web presentation is designed as a supplement and extension of the
CAP Newsletter. The CAP web presentation is intended as an information resource
for CAP members and anyone else interested in Canadian palynology.
Annual General Meeting
Canadian Association of Palynologists
Wednesday October 22, 11:30 - 1:30 pm
Mahony & Sons Burrard Landing
#36-1055 Canada Place (Vancouver Convention Centre)
Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3
Appetizers will be provided by CAP - you are welcome to order
additional food and drinks on your tab. All members and
would-be-members welcome - please come out and help shape the future of
palynology in Canada.
If you have items you would like placed on the agenda, please contact the executive
- The History of the Canadian Association of Palynologists
- • How it all began and an outline of the Association's notable achievements during the last four decades,
including the sessions organized at various conferences.
- The CAP Library
- • Atlas pollinique des arbres et de quelques arbustes indigènes du Québec by Pierre Richard.
(Download a copy, PDF, 14.7 mb)
• Book reviews, a list that now features twenty-six reviews
• A list of recent publications, including monographs, papers and book chapters dealing with palynology
• A list of theses related to Canadian palynology
• An index to past issues of the CAP Newsletter
- Highlights from past issues of the CAP Newsletter
- • Now includes forty-seven articles, including reports about new research, fieldwork, conference reports, analytical methods, and essays
- Lab Scenes: Palynology at University Departments and Government Agencies
- • Find out who's doing what and where in Canadian palynology
- Directory of Palynologists
- • Palynologists from Canada and around the world
- Palynological Personalities
- • An in-depth look at some of the people who have influenced the discipline. Now includes twenty-one articles.
- Upcoming Conferences
- • Plan your trips well ahead of time!
- Equipment and Laboratory Supplies
- • Information about that hard-to-find item you need for the lab
- CAP's Organization and Administration
- • CAP's By-laws
• CAP's Administrative Year
• Reports from past Annual General Meetings
• CAP's Executive
• Membership Form
• CAP Student Research Award,
including information on how to apply and a list of past award recipients
- Internet Resources
- • Discussion lists, web sites, and more