Systematics, Ecology and Biostratigraphy of Microfossils
Foraminifera "Star Sand" of Baculogypsina sphaerulata from Hatoma Island, Japan (photo by Alain Couette)

Systematics, Ecology and Biostratigraphy of Microfossils


Microfossils are the most numerouse fossil organisms. In this course, students learn about the basics of this useful group of fossils in a systematic, group-by-group fashion.

Administrator

Laura Mulvey

Instructors

Laura Mulvey ,

Form

1.5 class every week.

Credits

3 ECTS

Type

Regular course

Evaluation

Written exam at the end of the semester with the biostratigraphy course.


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