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Seminars

 

The Institute of Geology and Palaeontology organises a number of seminars, workshops, short courses, and international conferences. The main goal of our seminars is to promote the exchange of ideas and to discuss the latest and most exciting developments in Earth Sciences. The Institute´s "flagship" in this respect are the interlinked Sedimentary Geology and Paleontological Seminars, to which we invite speakers from foreign universities and research institutions. Seminars are held regularly on Wednesdays from 2:50 pm in the Palaeontology Lecture Hall, Albertov 6, Prague 2.

Sedimentary Geology/Palaeontology seminars

Program of sedimentary and paleontological seminars in the spring 2021 [PDF]

March 3rd CONTACT: https://meet.google.com/hqc-mjbt-bty

Martin Margold | Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology*

Geogrpahic and chronological overview of Quaternary glaciation in the Northern Hemisphere.

March 24 CONTACT:    ZOOM Meeting (ID: 946 3600 9180 Passcode: 425260)

Michael Warsitzka | Institute of Geophysics of the Czech Academy of Science

New concepts of salt tectonics in rift basins - Insights from analog modeling and seismic interpretation.

March 31 CONTACT:  ZOOM Meeting (ID: 953 6672 7366 Passcode: 665412)

Michal Kučera | University of Bremen

Origin of marine zooplankton and the nature of major ecological transitions.

April 14 CONTACT:    https://meet.google.com/hqc-mjbt-bty

Stanislav Opluštil a  Josef Pšenička | Institute of Geology and Palaeontology* and Museum of West Bohemia

The latest trends and discoveries in paleobiology and stratigraphy of the Late Paleozoic.

April 28 CONTACT: https://meet.google.com/hqc-mjbt-bty

Martin Košťák a Lucie Vaňková|Institute of Geology and Palaeontology*

Meso- and Cenozoic ecosystems as archives of biotic, climate and ocean change; case studies.

* Facultuy of Science, Charles University, Prague


Shared directory with recorded seminars

Archive of the past seminars 

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