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About the event:
“The International Meeting of Early- Stage Researchers in Palaeontology (IMERP) is held once again this year, in order to bring young palaeontologists together from all over the world. The Meeting’s character is informal and its aim is to create a friendly environment where young researchers can present their work and meet other palaeontologists from many different fields of expertise.
This year’s location for the IMERP was chosen to be Sigri, a small village in the western part of the island of Lesvos, Greece. Sigri is famous and mostly visited for its Natural History Museum which was established to conserve, protect and promote the fossils which constitute the Petrified Forest of Lesvos.
The Meeting will include oral and poster presentations from the following sessions:
- Micropalaeontology: Ostracoda & Foraminifera
- Palynology & Palaeobotany
- Vertebrate Palaeontology
- Invertebrate Palaeontology
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