Dr. Steffen Kiel
Geoscience CenterGeorg-August University of Göttingen
Geobiology Group Goldschmidtstr. 3
37077 Göttingen, Germany
- Evolution of chemosynthetic ecosystems
- The deep-sea
- Osedax and the taphonomy of bones
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- November 2011: Publication on shark egg capsules featured by "The Economist":
- December 2010, publication on Osedax traces in fossil bird bones featured by Nature News:
- April 2010, First fossil traces of the bone-eating worm Osedax are almost as old as whales
- Spiegel-online: http://www.spiegel.de/wissenschaft/natur/0,1518,690159,00.html
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Kiel, S., Wiese, F. & Titus, A.L. 2012. Shallow-water methane-seep faunas in the Cenomanian Western Interior Seaway: No evidence for onshore-offshore adaptations to deep-sea vents. Geology 40: 839-842.
Kiel, S., Kahl, W.-A. & Goedert, J.L. 2011. Osedax borings in fossil marine bird bones. Naturwissenschaften 98: 51-55. [Open Access]
Kiel, S. (editor) 2010. The Vent and Seep Biota. Topics of Geobiology vol. 33, 487pp.
Kiel, S. & Little, C.T.S. 2006. Cold seep mollusks are older than the general marine mollusk fauna. Science 313: 1429-1431.