GEOL G563: Quantitative Paleontology

31941 — Spring 2021

Silvia Pineda-Munoz
GY 5051
Days and Times
TR 1:10-2:25 p.m. Class will be taught in a Hybrid manner which includes In Person and Online Instruction.
Course Description

Practical applications of quantitative analysis as they relate to paleontology, including the analysis of diversity through time, analysis of diversity in space, analysis of morphological disparity, and reconstruction of phylogenetic relationships. Skills include Monte Carlo statistical tests, analysis of large data sets, use of relational SQL databases, and the application of GIS to paleontological problems.

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