Code of Ethics
Fossil Dealers Guide
Fossil Ivory Ban Info
History of AAPS
Sample Collecting Contract
AAPS Membership Application
As we begin 2022, I would like to see our membership numbers grow. All members that sponsor a new member of any category during the year, will be placed in a drawing during our 2022 meeting in Tucson. For a free meal during our annual meeting.
If you sign up before December 15th, New Business members will be able to be listed in our Annual Tucson Guide. All new members will receive a AAPS membership card, membershp pin and a few of our AAPS Photo Scales.
|The Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences offers several Types of Membership. You can download the membership application as a PDF file. There are links below, one for the pdf file containing the application and the code of ethics, and the other for a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader that is needed to open the file on your computer. You must have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer before you download our pdf files. The reader is a free download, and you can obtain a copy for either Windows or Mac format.
You must complete and sign both the Membership Application and the AAPS Code of Ethics and mail along with the appropriate annual membership dues to:
Association of Applied Paleontological Sciences
96 East 700 South.
Logan, UT 84321-5555
||Any Profesional Paleontological Business (including Sales, Preparation, or Art), Registered Business Owner is a voting Member
||Any Individual with an interest in the collecting and preservation of fossils, Voting Member
|Employee or Family
||Any employee of a businees member, or immediate family (Spouse/Child 18 years of age or older) of a General Member. (Billed annually with the Business or General Member) Voting Member
||Any national, state or local mineral, fossil or natural history entity with an interest in collecting. Registered Club Member is a Voting Member
||Any member of a Club maintaing a club membership with AAPS, billed directly to the member. Voting Member
||Open to any Academic Paleontologist or College Student (with current faculty or student ID)
||Retired Business Member or other person, nominated by the AAPS Board and voted on by membership.