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- n. Plural form of palynomorph.
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Also, rather than just looking at fossil pollen, the analysis of the soil samples will now also include non-pollen palynomorphs (e.g. fossil fungal or algal spores) and microscopic charcoal particles.
Jurassic palynomorphs below the main central thrust of Fast Bhutan (Himalayas).
As well as those that give the site the status of a Konservat-Lagerstätte there are enough "ordinary" macrofossils (brachiopods, graptolites) and microfossils (chitinozoan palynomorphs and radiolaria) to show that it corresponds approximately to the level of the Sheinwoodian-Homerian stage boundary within the Silurian Wenlock Series (426.2 ±2. 4 Ma).
He has over 15 years experience in the oil industry, which includes basin analysis from geologic, gravity, magnetic, and topographic maps and aerial photographs, and extensive experience in structural analysis and subsurface mapping using seismic data and well logs; and 22 years experience in analyzing the relative age and geothermal maturity of palynomorphs and kerogen extracted from rocks.
Non-pollen palynomorphs as environmental indicators in the surface samples from mangrove in Costa Rica. (