Basic and applied palynology with special emphasis in Neogene palynology
Palynology - the study of micro organic material such as spores, pollen, dinoflagellates and microfossils (1) - is a method employed by a range of disciplines all concerned with the environment. It is not an undergraduate degree subject due to its limited scope, and though there are some Master's programmes in most countries, those wishing to enter into the field may approach the subject from many different directions. They come from botany, plant biology and chemistry, from environmental science, from archaeology, from landscape studies, geography and several other “Earth Sciences” making the method one of the most diverse and broadest of environmental science tools.
In the framework of the 20th Congreso Geológico Argentino in Tucumán, "StRATEGy" offers a shortcourse on "Basic and applied palynology with special emphasis in Neogene palynology".
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