The American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists, Inc. (AASP) was established in 1967 "to promote the science of palynology in academia and industry." Visitors can discover scholarship opportunities and awards. The Biographies and Histories of Palynology link offers a growing collection of materials about many of the prominent scientists in the field of palynology, which is the branch of science concerned with the study of pollen, spores, and similar palynomorphs, living and fossil. By viewing a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation, students can learn about the science of palynology. Researchers can find information on a variety of conferences and meetings as well as on the publications produced by AASP.
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