IGCP 328 - Palaeozoic Microvertebrates
The most important activity of the microvertebrate group between 1992 and 1996 was organization and participation in IGCP 328. The acronym IGCP stands for IUGS and UNESCO's 'International Geological Correlation Program', an effort to promote international cooperation in earth sciences. IGCP 328 is the Palaeozoic microvertebrate project, emphasizing microvertebrate biostratigraphy of the Palaeozoic Era.
The project's co-leaders were
- Dr. Susan Turner, Queensland Museum, South Brisbane, Australia
- Dr. Alain Blieck, Universite des Sciences et Technologies de Lille, France.
Follow this link to see IGCP 328's Annual Report for 1995 (about 40K in size).
Here is IGCP 328's Final Report (1996) (about 22K in size).
NEW: A summary of the results of IGCP 328 is now available.