European Palaeontological Association (EPA)
Société européenne de paléontologie
1991-07-02 Strasbourg France
2 Jul 1991, Strasbourg (France). Ceased to exist 2010.
Promote cooperation between earth and life sciences; act as a forum for palaeontologists in Europe; define future goals of palaeontology and further their realization; emphasize current scientific and socio-political relevance of palaeontology; strengthen and protect the palaeontological heritage of Europe.
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General Meeting. Council of 15 members. Executive Committee, consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, 2 Secretaries, Treasurer and 6 members.
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