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Welcome to PalyWeb
PalyWeb is a worldwide database on all kind of fossilized palynomorphs from pre-Mesozoic levels. The project has been initiated in 2007 in order to provide a useful palaeontologic tool for scientific institutions. This database increases perpetually and is into constant improvement. It is result of the collaboration of all PalyWebUsers who registered to this site. PalyWeb is free for the scientific community and can not be used for commercial purpose. PalyWeb was presented officially to the scientific community during the congress of the CIMP (http://www.cimp.ulg.ac.be/) in Prague, September 2006. For more precisions on this project, you may have additional information in the publication of Steemans & Breuer (2007) (http://paleopolis.rediris.es/cg/CG2007_M01/CG2007_M01_Abstract08.html) in the "Notebooks on geology" (http://paleopolis.rediris.es/cg/uk-index.html).
You are a palynologist and interested by PalyWeb, you want to be a PalyWebUser, then ask your login to the administrator of this site by sending an E-mail to email@example.com
Browse the PalyWeb database by categories or thanks to the "Go" and "Search" buttons on the border of this page or starting from the various links suggested on this introductory page. Visit also our community portal to find out how you can contribute to PalyWeb.
To prevent any error, this page cannot be edited. If you have remarks to make concerning this page thank you to communicate them to the PalyWeb administrator by E-Mail (firstname.lastname@example.org).
--P. Steemans 11:21, 21 Sep 2007 (CEST)
PalyWeb has been brought into operation thanks to the effort of:
- P. Breuer, PhD student in palynology, University of Liège, Belgium
- M. Guadagnano, secretary, University of Liège, Belgium
- D. Korthoud, "Service général d'informatique", University of Liège, Belgium
- P. Steemans, palynologist, administrator of PalyWeb, University of Liège, Belgium
|PalyWeb databank - Spores - Pollen - Acritarchs - Chitinozoans - Incertae sedis - and your suggestions ...|