The PaleoNet Pages

A communications system for paleontologists.

What is PaleoNet?

PaleoNet is a system of listservers, WWW pages, and ftp sites designed to enhance electronic communication among palaeontologists. The listserver has the largest and most diverse user subscription base of any paleontological listserver and is considered the ‘list of record’ for the professional paleontological community as a whole. The purpose of PaleoNet is to promote the transfer of information about fossils and the science of paleontology, including research questions, employment opportunities, publications, needs, resources, concerns, etc, among both practitioners and students of paleontology, irrespective of specialty, level of experience/expertise, place of employment/study, country or professional affiliation. While primarily assembled as a resource for paleontological professionals and graduate students, PaleoNet welcomes input and participation from anyone and everyone interested in the study of ancient life.


The Trilobite Papers

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Fred Sundberg's "reboot" of Rolf Ludvingsen's international journal for, and by, trilobite palaeontologists.

Current Issue:
February 2020

Paleontologia Electronica

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The first, and still the most innovative, fully electronic paleontological journal.

Current Issue:
Volume 22, Issue 2

In Memoriam


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Sponsorship of The Palaeontological Association is gratefully acknowledged with special thanks to Alan R. T. Spencer and Jo Hellawell.

Banner image "Pteranodon Skies" by yankeetrex.