AASP–The Palynological Society (AASP-TPS) promotes the science of palynology.
It is a non-profit organization, to foster the spirit of scientific research on palynomorphs (e.g. pollen, spores, dinoflagellates).read more about palynology
AASP–The Palynological Society was established as the ‘American Association of Stratigraphic Palynologists (AASP)’ in 1967. In 2008 it renamed itself ‘AASP-The Palynological Society’ to reflect its broader scope. read more about us
Amongst numerous applications, Palynology is used in forensics, honey analysis, climate research, and conservation management. It is important for the energy industry and can play a crucial role in the energy transition (e.g. carbon capture and storage)
The Palynological Society supports an inclusive and international community of palynologists. It publishes findings in the journal Palynology and encourages outreach to the general public. read more about our journal
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Especially for students and early careers, The Palynological Society can help you build your network and provide help when you need it the most.
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