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Phylogenetics in Palaeobiology (MSc, 2011)

Lecturer: Stefanie Klug

Location: School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol

Vertebrate Palaeontology - Evolution of Fishes (MSc, 2011)

Lecturer: Stefanie Klug

Location: School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol

Phylogeny of Vertebrates. Part 2 (MSc/Diplom, 2011)

The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the diversity, evolution, and interrelationships of vertebrates in a strict phylogenetic framework (Amphibians to Mammals).

Lecturer: Stefanie Klug

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

Phylogeny of Vertebrates. Part 1 (MSc/Diplom, 2011)

The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the diversity, evolution, and interrelationships of vertebrates in a strict phylogenetic framework (Methods, Anatomy, Fishes).

Lecturer: Stefanie Klug

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

Current Controversies in Palaeobiology and Macroevolution (week 2) - Cartilaginous Fishes (MSc, 2010)

The purpose of this unit is to discuss and debate controversial areas in palaeobiology. The main aims are: to improve your knowledge of controversial subject areas; to improve your communication skills, particularly in oral presentations, and; to encourage independent assessment of the evidence for competing hypotheses.

Lecturer: Stefanie Klug

Location: School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol

Phylogeny of Vertebrates. Part 2: Amphibians to Mammals (MSc/Diplom, 2010)

The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the diversity, evolution, and interrelationships of vertebrates in a strict phylogenetic framework.

Lecturer: Stefanie Klug

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

Phylogeny of Vertebrates Part 2 - Mammalia (MSc/Diplom, 2009)

The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the diversity, evolution, and relationships of mammals. Their behaviour and biology will be considered.

Lecturers: Stefanie Klug & Manja Voss

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

Phylogeny of Vertebrates Part 1 - Fishes, Amphibians, Reptiles (MSc/Diplom, 2008)

The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the diversity, evolution, and interrelationships of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles in a strict phylogenetic framework.

Lecturers: Stefanie Klug & Manja Voss

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

Phylogeny of Vertebrates Part 2 - Mammalia (MSc/Diplom, 2008)

The aim of this unit is to provide an introduction to the diversity, evolution, and relationships of mammals. Their behaviour and biology will be considered.

Lecturers: Stefanie Klug & Manja Voss

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

Analythical Methods in Palaeobiology (MSc/Diplom, 2007)

The aim of this unit is to provide different statistical and phylogenetic methods used to interpret data from the fossil record, and to investigate evolutiary patterns and processes.

Lecturers: Juergen Kriwet & Stefanie Klug

Location: Department of Earth Sciences, Free University of Berlin

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