The Micropalaeontological Society (TMS) exists “to advance and is operated “exclusively for scientific and educational. Micropalaeontological Group (BMG) in 1970, following a proposal and several colleagues who wished to organise a group of study of British type sections and the provision of a forum Society (TMS) is a scientific society based in the UK but- the promotion of the study of micropalaeontology (the stud charity, number 284013, with the objective "to advance the newsletter, organises meetings and makes various awards groups, namely Foraminifera, Microvertebrates, Calcareous groups hold separate meetings, including field trips, throughout members but have become more international in their scope. The most recent conferences The Natural History Museum, London (2013), the 2014 meeting. Spring Meeting have taken place in Denmark, France, Germany, conference during November each year.
2016 will be the third year The Micropalaeontological Society runs their Microfossil Image Competition.
The Micropalaeontological Society groups are as follows:
Foraminifera The Foram Group exists to serve the interests of all micropalaeontologists with research and applied interests in the Foraminifera. The Group co-organizes a highly successful annual spring meeting, held jointly with the TMS Nanno Group.
Palynology A wide range of subjects encompasses palynological studies, such as melissopalynology (study of honey), forensic palynology, pollen allergy, biostratigraphy, taxonomy and evolutionary studies, environmental studies including archaeology, palaeoecology and limnology, to cite a few.
Silicofossil The Silicofossil Group emerged within TMS in the early 2000’s mainly by Diatom and Radiolarian specialists and has organized some successful biannual joint meetings with the Palynology Group of TMS.Read More»