The International Nannoplankton Association
Welcome to the INA. This is an association of scientists worldwide
who have an interest in living or fossil nannoplankton - including
coccolithophores, nannoliths, and other mineralising nannoplankton such
as silicoflagellates and calcispheres. The Association exists to
facilitate pure and applied study of nannoplankton and this site is
intended to assist in doing so.
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This site was last updated, March 2016
Encore de coccolithes - two meetings in France this year - Jurassic workshop in May and TMS Foram & Nanno Groups meeting in June.
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| THE ASSOCIATION
WORKSHOPS AND OTHER MEETINGS
- TMS Foram and nannofossils group meeting 2016 - Angers France, 19-24th June 2016, convenor Frans Jorissen. Poster. This will include a one day workshop on "Beyond bistratigraphy: information retrieval from nannofossils"
- INA Workshop on Jurassic nannofossils, Lyon France, convenor Emanuela Mattioli, 12-14th May 2016.
- TMS-INA Discoaster workshop June 2015 - overview and presentations
- COCCOLITHOPHORES 2014
INA Workshop on Extant Coccolithophores research 5-10 October 2014, Heraklion, Crete
convenors - Maria Triantaphyllou, Stella Psarra, Jeremy Young
- Foraminifera and nannofossils through time; qualification and quantification, TMS Foram & Nanno groups meeting, Texel 22-25 June 2014. With pre-meeting morphometrics workshop
Reticulofenestra workshop - 27th Jan 2014, Univ. Birmingham
lead by Eric de Kaenel
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||SOME INFORMATION ON NANNOPLANKTON
||SOME NANNOPLANKTON IMAGES
Image of the Day - (OK a few months). These are not statues from the Parthenon but Nannoconus funiculus, a remarkable new species described by Jackie Lees and Paul Bown in the latest issue of the JNR
(previous images - if
you have a favourite coccolith image you would like featured here
please send it to me - Jeremy)
This page was written by Jeremy Young,