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Montag, 29.01.2018, 17:15, Hörsaal Geologie. Dr.Oskar Bremer, Uppsala University, "Early fishes, old bones". The majority of vertebrates today are represented by those with jaws (gnathostomes) including chondrichthyans (sharks, rays, and ratfishes) and osteichthyans (bony fishes and tetrapods), while jawless vertebrates are only represented by the cyclostomes (hagfishes and lampreys). This division was largely established in the Devonian Period (419–359 mya), often called the “Age of Fishes”, when gnathostomes increased in abundance and diversified to fill a wide variety of trophic roles.

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Our group had on Friday (08/12/2017) an exciting field trip to the famous lithographic limestones of Solnhofen including a visit to one of coral reefs protecting the lagoon and the beautiful Eichstätt museum. For more info on our Master Programme please visit International Master in Geosciences: Pal...

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We offer a PhD position for a motivated and creative PhD candidate who wants to work at the forefront of palaeobiology integrating fossil data analyses and modelling approaches. The position is available from March 2018 for three years with salary defined according to the German E13/2 TV-L scale. Th...

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Fossile Parasiten, der neueste Band aus der „Advances in Parasitology“-Reihe, die 1963 begründet wurde, enthält umfassende und aktuelle Rezensionen aus allen Bereichen, die in der zeitgenössischen Parasitologie von Interesse sind. Das Buch umfasst medizinische Studien von Parasiten, wie ...