Paleontology Special Interest Group

The purpose of the Paleontology Special Interest Group within GSNZ is to act when necessary as a ginger group, advocating for and promoting paleontology and matters of common concern/interest to paleontologists.

All GSNZ members with an interest in fossils of any sort, from molecules to vertebrates, are welcome.

An informal ad hoc discussion meeting is organised once a year during the annual GSNZ conference.

Apart from a Convenor, PSIG is structureless and all members are encouraged to contribute.

If you have an interest in fossils you might also like to look at the Fossil Record File.

As of November 2021 the Paleontology SIG has a new convenor, Daniel Thomas.  You can meet Daniel here.


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