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Palaeobiology student Niklas Hohmann connects mathematics and paleontology in unexpected ways. In his contribution for the 1st palaeontologcial virtual congress, he describes how a blurring effect used by Instagram and Photoshop can be used to describe how extinction events are preserved in the fossil record.

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The Geosciences Colloquium “When, where and why life began to walk - A reconnaissance of the Cambrian Explosion and the origin of the Bilateria" took place on Monday, 7th January 2019. ABSTRACT: The Cambrian Radiation Event, or Cambrian Explosion, records the advent of metazoan life and set the ...

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The Geosciences Colloquium Key innovations in the evolution of feeding: a hierarchical approach by Dr. Emilia Jarochowska, GeoZentrum Nordbayern, will take place on Monday, 19th November 17:00, in the geology lecture hall, Schloßgarten 5, Erlangen.

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Erlangen paleontologists and TERSANE members were in Coimbra for the 2nd International Workshop on the Toarcian Anoxic Event (2nd IW-TOAE). A total of 4 presentations, including 3 talks and one poster, were presented on the consequences of the TOAE on body size of marine invertebrates as well as its...

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The first paper of our PhD student Bryan Shirley has been published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B. The co-authors are Madleen Grohganz, whose BSc thesis has contributed important data to the paper, Michel Bestmann from the Structural Geology group of the GeoZentrum, and Emilia Jarochowska. T...