The following posters created by Prof. Dr. Antonio Carlos Sequeira Fernandes, Professor of National Museum of Brazil, Departament of Geologiy and Paleontology. There are no real stamps, but enlarged images printed on colorful background. The poster presented in the "III Symposium on Brazilian Paleoinvertebrates" (III Simpósio Brasileiro de Paleoinvertebrados) in Belém, State of Pará, Brazil, from November, 4 to November, 9. 2016
Brazilian Paleoinvertebrate Symposium is an initiative of
paleoinvertebrate specialists, Dr. Renato Pirani Ghilardi and Sandro
Marcelo Scheffler, with support from the Brazilian Society of
Paleontology (SBP). Created
six years ago(2010), it brings together researchers, professors and students
of Brazilian invertebrate fossils under the most diverse techniques and
methods of study.
This event, which takes place every two years, aims to bring together professionals and students and has also aroused the interest of researchers and teachers from other countries, mainly from the Southern Cone and the Iberian Peninsula. The central theme of the III Brazilian Symposium on Paleoinvertebrates revolves around the use of paleoinvertebrates as a tool to understand the range of global geological and biological events of the past, and how anthropic interference modifies their magnitudes.
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