palaeo.de/tv - Impressum, Copyright, Thanks
palaeo.de/tv is produced and coordinated by Reinhold Leinfelder, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin. It is a service for the Humboldt-University, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Palaeontology Munich, Virtual Geoscience University Munich, GeoBio-CenterLMU and at the same time an addition to the web service of the Paläontologische Gesellschaft. Various contents have been produced by members of Palaeontology Munich, which is indicated in the corresponding sections. This is also a portal site with pointers to other animated material in the web. In addition, this site is also open to materials or contents of other colleagues. Please contact RL for further information.
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see below for third party copyrights
© Copyright: Palaeontology Munich, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Humboldt-University Berlin and/or Reinhold Leinfelder owns all rights for all material used in this web site, unless indicated otherwise. No material can be used without the written permission of Reinhold Leinfelder and/or other parties holding copyrights. This site must not be shown within frames of other sites. Where ever we present third-party material within this site, we have the permission to do so by the third-party authors (see also below - special thanks) or by using public domain material. In the talks and presentation section we provide you with scientific lecture material for your personal studies which may include published 3rd-party material (see regulations therein).
Prof. Dr. Reinhold Leinfelder
formely for Museum für Naturkunde Berlin and GeoBio-CenterLMU
now for Humboldt-University and GeoBio-CenterLMU
c/o. Institut für Biologie, Humboldt-Universität
Unter den Linden 6n
D-10099 Berlin, Germany
email: leinfelder (at)paaeo.de
If you have very specific questions, use the contact shown above.
Many thanks to the late Christa Maaßen (+), Geilenkirchen, for suggesting to open a palaeo.de/tv-Website and for supplying a cute flash animation for the site (which you now find in the palaeo-fun-section). Thank you also so much for continuously testing this web page.
Many thanks to Manfred Krautter, Stuttgart/Hannover, for permission to deeply link to his sponge-project site.
Many thanks for permission to use animated or video material to:
- Mike Benton and Donald Henderson, Bristol, for permission to use a simplified version of their walking T-Rex-legs animations at http://palaeo.gly.bris.ac.uk/dinosaur/walking.html
- David Quinn, Paleoindustrial, for permission to use his swimming Anomalocaris (and to Sam Gon, to arrange the contact ;-)
- The Natural History Museum, London, for permission to use a simplified version of their Anomalocaris-3D-animation
- 'Dirk Ritter Videoproduction' (www.vp-ritter.de) for permission to encode and show its video "Lebensraum Korallenriffe" at this site.
- 'Thomas Cook powered by Condor' (www.thomascook.de) for permission to use their board video on "Richtiges Verhalten im Korallenriff" for this site.
- Wolf-Filmustudio München and Bayerischer Rundfunk for permission to show some video clips which were produced in cooperation with R. Leinfelders reefgroup or the Paläontologische Museum München.
Many thanks to the multimedia team of Palaeontology Munich (including Manuela Schellenberger, Katja Henßel, Lydia Geißler, Andreas Hammer )and Dr. Dieter Schmid, Munich for providing videos and producing content for this page. Also many thanks to Eva-Maria Scriba, from Kult & Tour Filmproduktion, München, for their leading role in our "Highlight of the Palaeontological Museum" movie.
Special thanks to the Bayerische Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst (Bavarian State Ministery of Science and Arts) for financially supporting this multimedia project.
Supply your own material!
Did you also produce geoscience video clips, animations or visualizations? How about presenting them at this web site? Let's talk about it. If the material is suited for palaeo.de/tv we can help you in producing streaming videos, virtual reality panoramas and so forth. Please contact Reinhold Leinfelder (see address above). Let us also know about your own sites with palaeontological, geological or geobiological animations or videoclips. We will be glad to add a featured link to your site.
© Reinhold Leinfelder for Museum für Naturkunde Berlin and Palaeontology Munich, last changes 03.08.2011 by R. Leinfelder