Mihai's Paleobotany Chronicles


General links
University of Bucharest website. This is the homepage of my university, the largest university in Romania and the second oldest.

Research Centre for Coal Geology and Environmental Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania webpage.

Faculty of Geology and Geophysics homepage. Here can be found details regarding our Department of Geology and Paleontology, its history, its Faculty members, addresses, news.

University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville FL homepage. An excellent homepage of an excellent museum where I have spent a postdoc fellowship.

UCD Plant Palaeoecology and Palaeobiology Group, Dublin, Ireland website.

IGCP 575 project website.

Paleobotany links
The International Organisation of Paleobotany (IOP) website, the international hub of Paleobotany.

Links for Palaeobotanists homepage. An excellent online encyclopedia of Paleobotany and Palynology resources, with an Upper Triassic bias, very well maintained. A must see.

Field Museum of Natural History homepage, Chicago. One of the largest American museums of natural history, with a wonderful Paleobotany lab and with wonderful Paleozoic and Mesozoic collections.

Our team's field trips in Jameson Land (East Greenland, in 2002 and 2004), funded by NASA and National Geographic Society. Our preliminary results, with lots of photographs, logs, texts and video clips in Flash format.

The IGCP 469 "Late Westphalian terrestrial biotas and palaeoenvironments of the Variscan foreland and adjacent intramontane basins" homepage.

Deep Time project homepage. Deep Time is a NSF funded project for researching the origins of angiosperms.

Laboratory of Paleobotany homepage at the Stockholm Museum of Natural History, Sweden. Impressive laboratory and impressive resources.

Laboratory of Palaeobotany and Palynology homepage, Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands. This was my first Paleobotany lab I have visited abroad Romania, where I have found a great team, wonderful collections and libraries. There is also a comprehensive Glossary of Palynology.

University of Kansas, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and Division of Paleobotany, an important Paleobotany Laboratory in the USA.

Links for Palaeobotanists, an excellent resource for paleobotanists and palynologists.

Boggy's Geology links include a lot of paleobotany. An excellent web site.

Han's Paleobotany pages. A very interesting and well documented website on Paleozoic and Cretaceous plants.

Botany Links
An interesting website and blog of Martha Ruszkowski covering topics of Botany and Paleobotany.

Geology links
The GeoD Association for promoting geodiversity.