Applied palaeontology

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This course is intended for students willing to upgrade their knowledge in Palaeontology, as well as for students interested in Sedimentology and Stratigraphy. Fossils are treated and viewed as a source of information about the palaeenvironmental parameters and processes of taphonomy. A good basic knowledge of palaeontology is recommended.

The course includes topics about:

  • preparation for field work, working strategy and approach to bedded or massive (reef) rocks;
  • searching for fossils in the field, the strategy of sampling;
  • macro- and microfossil preparation techniques;
  • recognizing natural and artifitial contamination;
  • field fork in palaeontology.

Geology (UN)

LevelYearSemesterETCS
1243
1 3 63

Hours

LecturesSeminarsPractiseOtherΣ
15003045

Staff

TeacherLuka Gale
Assistant
Technician

Exam schedules

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