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- n. Plural form of palynologist.
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One of the palynologists at work in a pine forest on vicinity of Gravgaz marsh
The blog is called Dodo Expeditie Weblog and it has almost daily updates with interesting information of what this group of international multidisciplinary team composed by geologists, palaeontologists, botanists, sedimentologists, palynologists, ancient DNA specialists and archaeologists are doing to discover Who or what killed the Dodo.
From the very beginning of our research in 1990, this research has been directed by Etienne Paulissen (K.U. Leuven), working in close collaboration with palynologists Marleen Vermoere and David Kaniewski (CAS).
For several years, palynologists have been studying the vegetation history of the territory of Sagalassos by looking at the changes in pollen deposition through time and comparing their finds with modern ecological data (e.g. modern pollen rain and the current plant composition).
This plant is common on and around fields in the territory of Sagalassos and its pollen is recognizable to palynologists.
Now, up in Reston at our national headquarters, we got botanists, palynologists, geologists, karst geologists, you name it.