Povijest Zemlje

Osnovni podaci

ECTS: 8.0

Izvođač: dr. sc. prof. Davor Pavelić dipl. ing.

Izvođač: povjera predavanj Ivica Pavičić mag. ing. geol.

Prijava ispita: Studomat

E-učenje: Merlin

Engleski jezik:

Detaljne informacije

Auditorne vježbe30
Terenske vježbe30

Opis predmeta: Aim of the course is introducing on the Earth development from its forming, includiog the life evolution.
Main goals are:
- getting knowledge on the classification in stratigraphy and dating methods
- understanding of the plate tectonics theory and its function in the Earth crust change
- understanding of magmatism, deposition and metamorphism in the Earth crust forming
- getting knowledge on causes of the life evolution and mass extinctions
- introducing of the Earth developments and changes from its forming till the present time
- applying the knowledge in professional and scientific work.

Expected course level learning outcomes
In 15 chapters students will accept theoretical knowledge on rocks dating methods and events in the geological history of the Earth, and solve its development from the Earth formation before 4.6 billion years till the present time, including the biological evolution and main changes in life.
Students will be able to:
- differentiate and describe using of relative and absolute dating
- define the relative age of rocks
- describe the theory on the Earth forming, the Earth differentiation and its evolution through time
- evaluate the roll of plate tectonics, magmatism, metamorphism, sedimentation, climate changes and erosion in the dynamic lithosphere development
- explain the life evolution in the sense of the biological evolution, and causes of mass extinctions during the Earth's history
- choose the method of rock dating, and define lithostratigraphic formations of some of rocks in Croatia on his own
- recognize main lithostratigraphic formations on the field in Croatia

P1 - Methods in stratigraphy - I
P2 - Methods in stratigraphy - II
P3 - Classification in stratigraphy
P4 - Sedimentary rocks and environments
P5 - Evolution and fossil records
P6 - Hadean, Archean
P7 - Proterozoic
P8 - Cambrian, Ordovician
P9 - Silurian, Devonian
P10 - Carboniferous, Permian
P11 - Triassic
P12 - Jurasic
P13 - Cretaceous
P14 - Paleogene
P15 - Neogene, Quaternary

V1 - Introduction
V2 - Relative age
V3 - Stratigraphic correlation
V4 - Magnetostratigraphy
V5 - Magnetostratigraphy - sedimentation rate
V6 - Chemostratigraphy
V7 - Seismic stratigraphy
V8 - Biostratigraphy
V9 - Lithostratigraphy
V10 - Carboniferous - Triassic: lithostratigraphy
V11 - Jurassic - Cretaceous: lithostratigraphy
V12 - Paleogene: lithostratigraphy
V13 - Neogene (Dinarides): lithostratigraphy
V14 - Neogene (Pannonian basin): lithostratigraphy
V15 - Colloquium: recognizing of lithostratigraphic units

Students' obligations
Regular presence at the class (maximum absence 3), written (accepted by the teacher) and defended seminar thesis within personal deadline.
Regular presence at the practice (maximum absence 3).
Complete field class.

Type of exam, grades and evaluation of students work during class and on final exam
Written exam through two colloquiums (30 percent). During the oral examination student will answer the whole course content (70 percent).



D. Bucković (2006): Historijska geologija I. Udžbenici Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb.Obavezna
D. Bucković (2006): Historijska geologija II. Udžbenici Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Zagreb.Obavezna
M. Herak (1984): Geologija. Školska knjiga, Zagreb.Preporučena
R. Wicander & J.S. Monroe (2004): Historical Geology. Thomson, Belmont.Preporučena
S. M. Stanley (2005): Earth System Hystory. Freeman, New York.Preporučena


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