Captain Planetary Sciences, Dr. Mikael Siversson
Friday 18 September 12:30pm - 1pm
The Museum’s palaeontology collection has over 1,500,000 specimens.
Go behind-the-scenes with Dr. Mikael Siversson to learn how these specimens help us understand the history of living things in Western Australian. Mikael will also discuss his own work researching shark fossils found in WA.
Mikael is the Museum’s Head of Earth and Planetary Sciences and a leading expert in fossils and Cretaceous Lamniform sharks. His current work focuses on fossils of six- and seven-gill sharks and a new family of horned dinosaurs from Cretaceous deposits in Sweden.
Submit a question
Submit a question to Mikael by emailing email@example.com by 5pm Wednesday 16 September.
This Virtual Lab links to the following strands of the Western Australian Curriculum:
Values and needs of contemporary society can influence the focus of scientific research (ACSHE230)
The theory of evolution by natural selection explains the diversity of living things and is supported by a range of scientific evidence (ACSSU185)
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