MicroPal Bull. Board

Jere H. Lipps jlipps at UCMP1.BERKELEY.EDU
Mon May 2 20:48:18 EST 1994


I call your attention to a new electronic bulletin board, called MicroPal,
for the discussion of problems of micropaleontology.  This subdiscipline of
paleontology deals mostly with fossil protists--foraminifera, radiolaria,
tintinnids, diatoms,dinoflagellates, coccolithophores, acritarchs, etc.
that have excellent fossil records extending back in some cases 1.4 billion
years ago.  Some of the problems covered in the Protista bulletin board
overlap broadly with problems of concern to micropaleontologists, for
example, today's discussion of higher taxa.

Invitations are extended to join MicroPal.  Hopefully, a discussion between
neontological and paleontological protistologist might ensue that could be
useful.

To subscribe send the usual message to listserv at ucmp1.berkeley.edu, leave
the subject field blank, type in the text field:  subscribe MicroPal [your
complete name].

You will soon receive acknowledgment of your subscription.  To unsubscribe,
do the same except type unsubscribe.  You must be a subscriber to post to
this bulletin board.  To post,  send your messages to
MicroPal at ucmp1.berkeley.edu

Best wishes,



Jere H. Lipps
Department of Integrative Biology &
Museum of Paleontology
University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
510-642-9006 fax 642-1822
jlipps at ucmp1.berkeley.edu






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