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G1-01

First Czech National Meeting to the IGCP Project 335 “Recoveries after mass extinctions”: aims and outlines
Page 2
P. Čejchan and J. Hladil

G1-02

Bioevents at the Paleocene/Eocene boundary in flysch sediments of the Bílé Karpaty Unit (West Carpathians, Czech Republic
Pages 3-5
M. Bubík and L. Švábenická

G1-03

Refugia in ecology: a question of their existence and their basic attributes
Pages 5-10
J. Hladil

G1-04

G1-04 High specialized organisms have ticket to death but some exceptions are allowed
Pages 10-11
J. Hladil

G1-05

Intraspecific variability reduced before or during the extinction
Pages 11-12
J. Hladil

G1-06

The conodont extinction at the Middle - Upper Tournaisian boundary
Pages 12-15
J. Kalvoda

G1-07

Some remarks from paleobotany and paleontology to adaptation of plants to the stress condition and surfoval
Pages 15-18
M. Konzalová

G1-08

Ideas about an interaction between sea-level changings, biogeographic patterns, global extinction events, and recovery - exemplified by the Devonian
Pages 18-19
A. May

G1-09

Using of “semi-fossil” sources of energy: a successful strategy in crises of biota?
Pages 19-21
R. Mikuláš

G1-10

Change of activity as a possible consequence of crisis of biota (example: behavior of ophiuroids documented by trace fossils
Pages 22-23
R. Mikuláš

G1-11

Ichnology and its possibilities in the study of crises of biota
Pages 23-24
R. Mikuláš

G1-12

The knowledge of the Pleistocene - an assumption for the differentiation of natural regularities and human interventions (syllabus of lecture
Pages 25-26
R. Musil

 

 

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