Adrás Galácz

full professor
Department of Palaeontology
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
E-mail: galacz@ludens.elte.hu
Page: http://paleo.elte.hu

Responsibilities at Versita:

  • Bajocian and Bathonian (Middle Jurassic) ammonites,
  • Jurassic stratigraphy and paleogeography,
  • Tertiary Cephalopds

 

Recent publications:

P. Di Stefano, A. Galácz, G. Mallarino, A. Mindszenty, A.
Vörös:

Birth and early evolution of a Jurassic escarpment: Monte Kumeta,
Western Sicily. Facies, 46, (2002), pp. 273-298

A. Galácz:
Nautiloid cephalopods from the Middle Eocene of Iszkaszentgyörgy, Transdanubian
Hungary. Ann. Univ. Sci. Budapest.,
Sect. Geol., 34, (2004), pp. 1-7

F. Horváth, A. Galácz (Eds):
The Carpathian-Pannonian Region. A review of Mesozoic-Cenozoic Stratigraphy and
Tectonics.
Vols 1 & 2, 623 p. Geologica Pannonica Special Pubilcation 1, Hantken
Press, Budapest, (2006)

A. Galácz, B. Géczy, A. Vörös:
Toarcian and Aalenian (Jurassic) ammonites and brachiopods from Monte Kumeta,
Western Sicily. Neues Jahrbuch für Paläontologie,
Abhandlungen, 245/3, (2007), pp. 341-352

A. Galácz:
Parkinsonia parkinsoni Zone (Upper Bajocian, Middle Jurassic) ammonites from
Monte Kumeta (Western Sicily).
Bollettino della Societŕ Paleontologica Italica, 47/1, (2008), pp. 51-69

A. Galácz, B. Géczy, M. Monostori:
Csernye revisited: New ammonite finds and ostracods from the Lower Jurassic
Pliensbachian/Toarcian boundary beds in Bakonycsernye,Transdanubian Hungary.
Geologica Pannonica, 36, (2008), pp. 187-225

A. Galácz, I. Szente:
Middle Jurassic fossils from Daghestan. A revison of ammonites and bivalves
collected by the Déchy Caucasus expeditions (1884-1902).
Hantkeniana, 6, (2008), pp. 109-125

A. Galácz:
A revision of Vogl’s Eocene Nautilids from Hungary.
Hantkeniana, 6, (2008), pp.157-171