Australasian Palaeontologists

(formerly known as Association of Australasian Palaeontologists)

AAP is a specialist group of the Geological Society of Australia for palaeontologists. As a professional association of scientists and educators, AAP supports research and publication in the broad fields of systematic palaeontology, palaeobiology and biostratigraphy; promotes professional development and education; and encourages and facilitates communication among palaeobiologists, professionals of related disciplines and anyone who is genuinely interested in the discovery, preservation, conservation and study of fossils.


To visit the AAP webpage
at the Geological Society of Australia, click here


Organizers of PDU2, the Australasian Palaeontological Conference - Adelaide, July 2016

Palaeo Down Under 2, an international meeting of palaeontologists in Adelaide (South Australia), included symposia on Ediacaran and Cambrian, keynote lectures on Ediacaran, Cambrian, Palaeozoic, Mesozoic and Cenozoic, thematic sessions, and posters.

Australasian Palaeontologists Conference - Adelaide 2016

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