Also referred to as “Mesozoic Pompeii” due to their abundance of fossils, the sediments of the Jehol group from the Lower Cretaceous in northeastern China are one of the world's most important fossil deposits. The deposits provide a unique insight into the so-called Jehol biota and its paleoecology. In addition to numerous finds of fossil plants, invertebrates and vertebrates of terrestrial and limnic communities, the localities are famous for the findings of feathered dinosaurs, formerly birds, Mesozoic mammals and the earliest flowering plants. During the event in September 2019, in cooperation with the Senckenberg Society …
The main terrain exercise I will be from 11.-16. June and is part of the module “field exercises I”. It is mandatory in the bachelor's program in the 4th semester. Prerequisites for participation are the passed exams geology I, geology II, geology IV and geological maps and sections. Just enter the list (on the bulletin board on the ground floor of the main entrance at the institute), provided that you have completed these modules or are expected to complete them by the end of the summer semester. The requirements are checked by us. There will be a preliminary discussion at the beginning of the summer semester.