Applied palaeontology 1300-OPSTC
Practical learning of the work with fossils, examples of methods of preparation of macro- and microfossils, study on fossil assemblages with the application of statistical methods. Practical systematic review of microfossils based on microscope observation and recognising of representatives of major groups. Observation and recognising of fossil plants.
Student can recognise representatives of groups of microfossils and fossil plants, the most useful in geological research. Student knows basic methods of preparation of macro- and microfossols and some of them can apply in practice. Student knows how to work on the recovered assemblage of fossils, also using proper statistical methods.
Acceptable absence: twice.
Written test; evaluation concerns the ability to recognise learned fossils and the activity during the course.
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