Dr Paweł Filipiak, D.Sc.
Dr Paweł Filipiak, D.Sc.
     CV:
  • 1990: M.Sc. degree (University of Silesia)


  • 1994–1995: scholarship in Liege University, Belgium


  • 1998: Ph.D. degree (University of Silesia)


  • 2011: D.Sc. degree (University of Silesia)






  • filipiak@us.edu.pl


Address:

Office: University of Silesia, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Department of Palaeontology and Stratigraphy,
Będzińska str. 60, 41–200 Sosnowiec, POLAND
phone 48–32–3689-346; fax 48–32–2915865

Position: Reasearch areas: Main publications and archival works:


Abstracts:

Filipiak Paweł, 2000: Nowe dane palinologiczne na temat turneju wyższego z synkliny borkowskiej w Górach Świętokrzyskich (Jabłonna IG1). Przegląd Geologiczny, 48(12): 1156–1159.

Filipiak Paweł, 1999: Zapis zmian w zespołach mikroplanktonu w osadach górnego dewonu i dolnego karbonu Gór Świętokrzyskich. Przegląd Geologiczny, 47(4): 387–390.

Filipiak Paweł, 1997: The Devonian-Carboniferous boundary in the Kowala trench (Holy Cross Mts., Poland), based on miospores. Proceedings of the XIII International Congress on the Carboniferous and Permian. Prace Państwowego Instytutu Geologicznego, 157: 235–243.

Krawczyński Wojciech, Filipiak Paweł & Gwoździewicz Michał, 1997: Fossils assemblage from the Carboniferous sideritic nodules (Wastphalian A) of the NE margin of the Upper Silesia Coal Basin, southern Poland. Przegląd Geologiczny, 45(12): 1271–1274 [in Polish with English summary].
    An assemblage of well preserved fossil invertebrates and plants has been found recently in sideritic nodules at the NE part of the Upper Silesia Coal Basin, on a dump of a coal mine in Sosnowiec. The assemblage consists of xiphosurids (Bellinurus lunatus and Euproops rotundatus), insects (palaeodictyopteran nymph Rochdalia parkeri and wing of Protorthoptera), fragmentary eurypterid carapaces, lycopod cones (Lepidostrobus sp.), and imprints of Lepidodendron and Calamites trunks. The arthropods and terrestial insects are of special value because they are extremely rare in this region. The assemblage originated in poorly oxygenated brackish waters. Similar stands are known from other European and North American coal basins.


© by W. Krawczyński (2009)