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UPDATES: WHAT'S NEW IN MIHAI'S PALEOBOTANY CHRONICLES?

The updates are listed chronologically:

- October 3, 2016: updates for the course webpages (Elemente de Geologie si Paleontologie, Principii de Ecologie) were published;

- August 29, 2016: Paleoclim and Ecoter webpages were updated;

- April 27, 2016: Geospeo 2016, and South Carpathians 2016 spring trip were updated;

- January 10, 2016: formatting guidelines for the Principles of Ecology manuscripts were uploaded;

- December 25, 2015: the photos of the 2015 Bigar field course were uploaded;

- December 25, 2015: the photos of the 2014 Bigar field course were uploaded;

- April 11, 2015: the geological field course in Bigar for 2015 was announced;

- April 11, 2015: the Geospeo page was updated;

- March 12, 2014: the page of the Unconventional energy resources was uploaded;

- February 27, 2014: the Introductory Geology field course with applications for speleologists was uploaded;

- February 15, 2014: updates related to the 2014 field geology course were uploaded;

- August 11, 2013: the photos and the written log of the 2013 field course in Bigar were uploaded.

- May 15, 2013: the field course in Bigar for 2013 was announced.

- May 3, 2013: the field course in the South Carpathians for spring 2012 was announced.

- April 7, 2012: the field course in the South Carpathians for spring 2012 was announced.

- January 21, 2012: exam subjects for Principles of Ecology, Coal Geology and General Geology were uploaded.

- October 11, 2011: the Educational section was substantially updated, and new pages dealing with various courses were added (in Romanian language).

- July, 19, 2011: photos of the 2011 field course in Geology in Bigar were uploaded.

- June 7, 2011: the webpage of the geological field course in Bigar was uploaded.

- November 3, 2010: the webpage 10th International Symposium on Fossil Algae was uploaded.

- October 2, 2010: the page of the book Paleobotanica si Palinologie was uploaded.

- August 28, 2010: the written log of the 2010 summer field course in Bigar was uploaded, written in Romanian language by Bogdana Radu.

- July 4, 2010: photographs from 2010 the summer field course in Bigar were uploaded. A written log will soon be uploaded too.

- May 17, 2010: new information regarding the Paleoclim research project was uploaded.

- April 5, 2010, information about sauropod footprints discovered in Anina was uploaded.

- April 5, 2010, more PDF files were added related to the IGCP506 meeting in Bucharest, the Parabrontopodus sp. paper, and news in two geological periodicals, Episodes and Przeglad Geologiczny.

- April 5, 2010, information about the rudists of the Polytechnics subway station in Bucharest was added.

- April 5, 2010, updates regarding the CNCSIS (NURC) Project no. 436 were published.

- April 5, 2010, the photographs of the June 2009 field course in Bigar were uploaded.

- December 30, 2009, pdf files of various papers were uploaded.

- November 8, 2009, the Ecoter project webpage was updated, and CVs were added.

- September 5, 2009, the photographs and the volume of the 8th IGCP 506 meeting in Bucharest were uploaded.

- September 5, 2009, the new presentation of the Center for Coal Geology and Environmental Sciences was uploaded.

- August 9, 2009, the Third circular of the 8th IGCP 506 meeting in Bucharest was uploaded.

- May 28, 2009, photographs from the July 2008 field course in Geology in Bigar, Caras-Severing County, South Carpathians.

- May 6, 2009, The IGCP 506 webpage was updated with the second circular and registration form.

- April 20, 2009, The book "Late Palaeozoic and Early Mesozoic continental formations of the Resita Basin" was uploaded.

- March 4, 2009: the 8th IGCP 506 symposium in Bucharest.

- September 5, 2008: the Ecoter research grant webpage was updated.

- September 20, 2007: the Paleoclim and Ecoter research grant webpages were made public online.

- May 6, 2007: the online content of the book "Elements of Geology and Paleontology" was refined, in Romanian language.

- May 6, 2007: photographs of the vertebrate burrows found in Anina were uploaded.

- March 18, 2007: details regarding the volume "Elements of Geology and Paleontology" were uploaded.

- July 12, 2006: the presentation of the Dilcher-Popa field laboratory was uploaded.

- July 4, 2006: the genus formular was added.

- June 23, 2006: the Greenland plant species list was updated.

- October 4, 2005: the IGCP 469 meeting in Bucharest webpage was updated.

- July 25, 2005: new photos from a geological field course with undergrads in Geology were uploaded.

- July 9, 2005: new photos from a field trip with undergrads in Geography were uploaded.

- May 2, 2005: I have uploaded useful formulars for paleobotanical data.

- April 20, 2005: The announcement of the new workshop regarding the evaluation of scientific performance was uploaded.

- March 15, 2005: Updates regarding a workshop dealing with the situation of young researchers and faculty in Romania were uploaded.

- December 18, 2004: I have done the webpage containing the pictures taken in December 21, 1989, 15 years after the events in Bucharest.

- December 1, 2004: the IGCP 469 meeting page was updated.

- November 8, 2004: more information was added about the Greenland field trips and the systematics of fossil plants in Jameson Land.

- October 5, 2004: an announcement regarding the IGCP 469 meeting in Bucharest was posted.

- September 12, 2004: I have changed the title of the website, from Mihai's Paleobotany Atlas into Mihai's Paleobotany Chronicles.

- September 2, 2004: Dictyophyllum irregularis, Pachypteris speciosa, Pachypteris rhomboidalis, Pachypteris gradinarui and Phlebopteris woodwardii were uploaded.

- August 11, 2004: A short description of the second field trip in Greenland was added.

- June 30, 2004: Photos taken in field trips in the Carpathians were added.

- June 17, 2004: The list of Greenlandic species described and illustrated by Harris was uploaded.

- May 21, 2004: Mihai's Paleobotany Atlas was uploaded in a simplified structure. I took the decision to upload it in that structure, as postponing its upload due to neverending upgrades was not the best idea.