Micropaleontology continues to evolve into a broad and methodologically diverse field. Since the day has only 24 hours, reviews and occasional state-of-the-art syntheses are increasingly important to catch up with the latest developments. Like many practitioners of the science watching the scene, we could not to fail to notice the appearance of a new book entitled “Methods and Applications in Micropaleontology”. The title of the book immediately awakened our curiosity. A comprehensive dedicated tome with such content is long overdue, since existing works either treat methods only in passing or are desperately outdated. Could this be the much-needed, up-to-date synthesis?...

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