Website on fossil plants.
This web version contains the original illustrations as appeared in the printed version and many links directly related to the history of Palaeozoic forests.
A resource for learning.
Annotated links to internet resources, especially for palaeobotanists.
A symbiosis of the wood roach with a cellulose digesting protozoa probably caused Permian aridity and rise of conifers, and created the early Triassic coal hiatus.
This discipline analyzes and interprets past human resources uses and human/environment interactions. It is made up of three subdisciplines - Zooarchaeology, Archaeobotany, and Archaeopedology.
An introductory look into the world of Paleobotany. Designed as a teaching tool for a class at UC Berkeley, but providing useful background information to anyone interested in this field.
An atlas of changes in climate and vegetation over recent geological time (the Quaternary period).
Alphabetical list of links pertaining to Paleobotany.
Describes a paleobotanical/paleoecological study of fossil forest site in the Canadian high arctic. Research information about the University of Pennsylvania research at the fossil forest site.