The following list contains a selection of mainly WWW sites which may contain information of relevance to palynologists. If you know of sites that should be added to this list, please send a message to Alwynne B. Beaudoin. For sites relating to archaeology or anthropology, please see the associated World Wide Web Sites for Archaeologists list.
The sites are arranged according to the following categories:
- Aerobiological Information from Extremadura, Spain
- Newsletters from the American Association of Professional Apiculturalists
- GEARS (The Global Entomology Agricultural Research
Server). Maintained by the USDA-ARS Carl Hayden Bee Research Center.
Devoted to bees and pollination.
- Flora of North America
- Florida Museum of Natural History
- Contains links to the University of Florida Herbarium and Palaeobotanical Collection
- Kew Gardens, UK
- Includes information on pollen research at Kew
- Missouri Botanical
- Includes many botanical databases
- Departamento de Biología Vegetal de la Universidad de Málaga
- Site is in Spanish.
- School of Life Sciences
- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Includes information on Ecology, Ethology and
- Wicken Fen
- Britain's oldest Nature Reserve
- Statistical and Data Analysis Software
- Web page maintained by palynologist Warren Kovach
- UCLA Statistics
- Contains documentation for LISP, LaTex and GNU, plus extracts from statistics texts.
- Statistics and Statistical Graphics Resources
- A topic-based collection of available WWW resources for statistics, statistical graphics, and computation related to research, data analysis and teaching, now containing over 250 links.
- Beta Analytic
- OCR - Oxidizable Carbon Ratio dating
- PRIME - Purdue Rare Isotope Measurement Laboratory
- Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory, University of Waikato
- Based in Hamilton, New Zealand. Includes an interesting section of links concerned with
- M. Stuiver and H.A. Polach, "Discussion: Reporting of 14C Data" (PDF file)
- Mount St. Helens
- Tree of Life
- This is a hugely ambitious project to form a virtual "tree of life", exploring phylogenetic information about many groups of organisms. There are over 120 contributors and the project consists of almost 1000 pages of information.
- Colby College, Maine. Quaternary Paleoenvironments and Paleoclimate Studies
- Includes the Quaternary Entomology Page
- McGill University, Geography
- See also the McGill University Centre for Climate and Global Change Research
- University of Calgary, Department of Geology
- Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research
- Journal of Paleolimnology
- Limnology and Oceanography
- Library of Congress
- National Library of Canada
- Smithsonian Institution Libraries
- Walter Geology Library, University of Texas at Austin
- Library of Congress Country Studies
- Not strictly maps but a useful resource for information on countries around the world
- Maps and References from the Centre for Global and Regional Environmental Research at the University of Iowa
- A good list of links to on-line sources for maps, map libraries, and reference works.
- Canadian Museum of Nature
- Florida Museum of Natural History
- Primarily a paleobotanical site, but rapidly including items of interest to palynologists
- Illinois State Museum
- Natural History Museum, London,
- Royal Alberta Museum, Edmonton
- Includes information on the palynology program
- UC-Berkeley, Museum of
- Alberta Geological Survey
- GSC Atlantic, formerly the Atlantic Geoscience
- Australian Geological Survey
- Canadian Soil Information
- Geological Survey of Canada
- United States Fish and Wildlife Service
- Includes information on Wetlands Inventory
- United States Geological Survey
- Global Change
- INQUA file boutique
- Includes a repository of programs and files discussed in the INQUA Subgroup on Data
Handling Methods' Newsletters.
- NOAA's Palaeoclimatology
- L’Association des Palynologues de Langue Française (L'APLF),
- The Dung File
- A bibliography dealing with pollen, plant macroremains, and parasite remains
recovered from coprolites and latrines from archaeological sites.
- Glossary of Pollen and Spore Terminology
- An online version of the publication.
- Links for Palaeobotanists
- Annotated links to internet resources, especially for palaeobotanists (with an Upper Triassic bias).
- NAPD (North American Pollen
- Contains lots of interesting material. To reach NAPD, follow links under "Paleovegetation".
- Palynology Page, University of Arizona
- Tree Resource Guide for Arborists and Gardeners
- AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science
- Includes a directory to the journal Science
- AASP (American Association of Palynologists)
- Geological Association of Canada
- IFPS (International Federation of Palynological Societies
- Bridgenorth Esker, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
- A web presentation based on the bachelor's thesis by Glenn Jackson
- Faunmap Database
- Faunmap is an electronic database documenting the Late Quaternary distribution of individual
mammal species for seven different time period during the last 40,000 years in the United States.
Database comprises records from 2919 palaeontological and archaeological sites.
- Worldwide career and employment opportunities in the geosciences
- Balogh Scientific Books
- Publishes books in natural sciences, including botany, zoology, ecology, and palaeontology
- Natural History Book Service