1990 –1995 Faculty of Sciences of the Masaryk University, Brno
Subject of study: “Stratigraphic position of diatomites in Lower Miocene of the Ždánice Unit and Carpathian Foredeep (Zaječí, Bohaté Málkovice)”
supervisor: RNDr. R. Brzobohatý, CSc.
2003 – Ph. D. Thesis: “Palaeoecological evaluation of sediments of the Karpatian sediments in the southern part of the Carpathian Foredeep using trend analysis“
tutor: Prof. RNDr. R. Brzobohatý, CSc.
1994 –1995 Czech Geological Survey – part time employment (0,2)
Since 1995, she has been employed with the Czech Geological Survey in Brno as geologist and micropaleontologist (foraminifers), topics: biostratigraphic and palaeoecologic evaluation of Miocene sediments of the Carpathian Foredeep and the Vienna Basin, geological mapping.
Online Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Carpathian Foredeep and the Vienna Basin (Miocene foraminifers)
Biostratigraphy for MND, a. s. – foraminifers (the Vienna Basin)
Geological maping of the Carpathian Foredeep (Moravian Gate, Brno surroundings) and the Vienna Basin (Hodonín surroundings)
Regional geologist of the Carpathian Foredeep
Membership in Professional Societies
Library Board CGS (since 2001)
Czech Stratigraphic Committee CGS (2006)
Editorial Board of journal “Geological Research in Moravia and Silesia” (since 2005)
Service to Scientific Community
Biostratigraphy and paleoecology of the Carpathian Foredeep and the Vienna Basin (foraminifers)
Nehyba, S. , Tomanová Petrová, P. , Zágoršek, K. (2008): Sedimentological and palaeocological records of the evolution of the southwestern part of the Carpathian Foredeep (Czech Republic) during the early Badenian. – Geological Quarterly 52, 1, 45–60.
Tomanová Petrová, P. & Švábenická, L. (2007): Lower Badenian biostratigraphy and paleoecology: a case study from the Carpathian Foredeep (Czech Republic). – Geol. Carpathica, 58, 4, 333–352. Bratislava.
Petrová, P. (2004): Foraminiferal assemblages as an indicator of foreland basin evolution (Carpathian Foredeep, Czech Republic). – Bulletin of Geosciences, 79, 4, 231–242. Praha.