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Steffen Kiel, selected publications

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Kiel, S., Amano, K., and Goedert, J.L. 2023. New taxa, records, and data for vesicomyid bivalves from Cenozoic strata of the North Pacific region. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. https://doi.org/10.4202/app.01061.2023external link

Wang, X., Kiel, S., and Feng, D. 2023. Chapter 7: New biogeochemical proxies in seep bivalves. In: D. Chen, and D. Feng (eds), South China Sea Seeps, 115-126. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-99-1494-4external link

Müller, S.P., Kroh, A., Birgel, D., Goedert, J.L., Kiel, S., and Peckmann, J. 2023. Mass occurrence of echinoids in an Oligocene hydrocarbon-seep limestone from the Olympic Peninsula, Washington State, USA. Geological Magazine 160: 941-954. Doi: 10.1017/S0016756823000067external link

Kiel, S., Sami, M., and Taviani, M. 2023. Unusual Miocene hydrocarbon-seep faunas from the Brisighella area in northern Italy: embedded in clastics and first records of the lucinid bivalves Megaxinus and Miltha. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 68: 127-132. doi:https://doi.org/10.4202/app.01021.2022external link

Kiel, S., Jakubowicz, M., Altamirano, A., Belka, Z., Dopieralska, J., Urbina, M., and Salas-Gismondi, R. 2023. The late Cenozoic evolution of the Humboldt Current System in coastal Peru: Insights from neodymium isotopes. Gondwana Research 116: 104-112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2022.12.008external linkKiel, S., Jakubowicz, M., Altamirano, A., Belka, Z., Dopieralska, J., Urbina, M., and Salas-Gismondi, R. 2023. The late Cenozoic evolution of the Humboldt Current System in coastal Peru: Insights from neodymium isotopes. Gondwana Research 116: 104-112. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2022.12.008external link

Ivanova, V.V., Shchetnikov, A.A., and Kiel, S. 2022. Sediment geochemistry of the section Tagay-1 at Olkhon Island (Lake Baikal, Eastern Siberia): a contribution to palaeoenvironmental interpretations. Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 102: 921-941. DOI: 10.1007/s12549-022-00565-9external link

Kiel, S., Goedert, J.L., and Tsai, C.-H. 2022. Seals, whales and the Cenozoic decline of nautiloid cephalopods. Journal of Biogeography 49: 1903-1910. https://doi.org/10.1111/jbi.14488external link

Lin, Y.-T., Kiel, S., Xu, T., and Qiu, J.-W. 2022. Phylogenetic placement, morphology and gill-associated bacteria of a new genus and species of deep-sea mussel (Mytilidae: Bathymodiolinae) from the South China Sea. Deep-Sea Research I, 190: 103894external link

Hybertsen, F., Goedert, J.L. and Kiel, S. 2022. A new genus of chemosymbiotic vesicomyid bivalves from the Oligocene of western North America. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 67: 703-709. https://doi.org/10.4202/app.00992.2022external link

Kiel, S., Fernando, A.G., Magtoto, C.Y., and Kase, T. 2022. Mollusks from Miocene hydrocarbon-seep deposits in the Ilocos-Central Luzon Basin, Luzon Island, Philippines. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 67: 917-947. https://doi.org/10.4202/app.00977.2022external link

Amano, K., Kiel, S., Hryniewicz, K., and Jenkins, R.G. 2022. Bivalvia in ancient hydrocarbon seeps. In: A. Kaim, N.H. Landman, and J.K. Cochran (eds.), Ancient Hydrocarbon Seeps. Topics in Geobiology 50, 267-321. Springer, Cham.

Wang, X., Fan, D., Kiel, S., Gong, S., Liang, Q., Tao, J., Chen, D., and Feng, D. 2022. Archives of short-term fluid flow dynamics and possible influence of human activities at methane seeps: Evidence from high-resolution element geochemistry of chemosynthetic bivalve shells. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 960338.

Philippe, M., McLoughlin, S., Strullu-Derrien, C., Bamford, M., Kiel, S., Nel, A., and Thévenard, F. 2022. Life in the woods: taphonomic evolution of a diverse saproxylic community within fossil woods from Upper Cretaceous submarine mass flow deposits (Mzamba Formation, southeast Africa). Gondwana Research 109: 113-133. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gr.2022.04.008external link

Goedert, J.L., Kiel, S., and Tsai, C.-H. 2022. Miocene Nautilus (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) from Taiwan, and a review of the Indo-Pacific fossil record of Nautilus. Island Arc: e12442. https://doi.org/10.1111/iar.12442

Goedert, J.L., Guthrie, L.S., and Kiel, S., 2022. Octocorals (Alcyonacea and Pennatulacea) from Paleogene deep-water strata in western Washington State, USA. Journal of Paleontology 96: 539-551. 10.1017/jpa.2022.5external link

Guan, H., Feng, D., Birgel, D., Kiel, S., Peckmann, J., Li, S., and Tao, J., 2022. Lipid biomarker patterns reflect nutritional strategies of seep-dwelling bivalves from the South China Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 831286. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2022.831286external link

Ceballos, Y., Orihuela, J., Kiel, S., 2021. Corals and mollusks from a Miocene carbonate-rich deposit of Madruga, western Cuba. Poeyana 512: 1-7.

Kiel, S, Huemer, J, Gussone, N, Berndt, J, Krystyn, L, Zuschin, M, and Peckmann, J. 2021. Brachiopods in early Mesozoic cryptic habitats: Continuous colonization, rapid adaptation, and wide geographic distribution. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 583:110886. 10.1016/j.palaeo.2021.110668external link

Kiel, S, Birgel, D, Lu, Y, Wienholz, D, and Peckmann, J. 2021. A thyasirid-dominated methane-seep deposit from Montañita, southwestern Ecuador, from the Oligocene-Miocene boundary. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 575:110477.

Steinthorsdottir, M., Coxall, H., Boer, A.de, Huber, M., Barblini, N., Bradshaw, C., Burls, N., Feakins, S., Gasson, E., Henderiks, J., Holbourn, A., Kiel, S., Kohn, M., Knorr, G., Kürschner, W.M., Lear, C., Lunt, D., Mörs, T., Pearson, P., Pound, M., Stoll, H., Strömberg, C. 2021. The Miocene: the Future of the Past. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology, 36 (4): e2020PA004037. https://doi.org/10.1029/2020PA004037external link

Jakubowicz, M., Kiel, S., Goedert, J.L., Dopieralska, J. & Belka, Z., 2020. Fluid expulsion system and tectonic architecture of the incipient Cascadia convergent margin as revealed by Nd, Sr and stable isotope composition of mid-Eocene methane seep carbonates. Chemical Geology 558, 119872. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2020.119872external link

Zwicker, J., Smrzka, D., Steindl, F., Böttcher, M.E., Libowitzky, E., Kiel, S., and Peckmann, J. 2021. Mineral authigenesis within chemosynthetic microbial mats: Coated grain formation and phosphogenesis at a Cretaceous hydrocarbon seep, New Zealand. The Depositional Record 7: 294-310. https://doi.org/10.1002/dep2.123external link

Kiel, S., Aguilar, Y.M., and Kase, T. 2020. Mollusks from Pliocene and Pleistocene seep deposits in Leyte, Philippines. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 65: 589–627.

Kiel, S., Hybertsen, F., Hyžný, M., and Klompmaker, A.A. 2020. Mollusks and a crustacean from early Oligocene methane-seep deposits in the Talara Basin, northern Peru. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 65: 109-138.

Hardy, H., Knapp, S., Allan, E.L., Berger, F., Dixey, K., Döme, B., Gagnier, P.-Y. Frank, J., Haston, E.M., Holstein, J., Kiel, S., Marschler, M., Mergen, P., Phillips, S., Rabinovich, R., Chillón, B.S., Sorensen, M.V., Thines, M., Trekels, M., Vogt, R., Wilson, S. & Wiltschke-Schrotta, K., 2020. SYNTHESYS+ Virtual Access - Report on the Ideas Call (October to November 2019) https://riojournal.com/article/50354/external link

Amano, K., Miyajima, Y., Jenkins, R. & Kiel, S., 2019. The Neogene biogeographic history of vesicomyid bivalves in Japan, with two new records of the family. The Nautilus 133(2): 48-56.

Kase, T., Isaji, S., Aguilar, Y. & Kiel, S., 2019. A large new Wareniconcha (Bivalvia: Vesicomyidae) from a Pliocene methane seep deposit in Leyte, Philippines. The Nautilus 133(1): 26-30.

Kiel, S. and Peckmann, J. 2019. Resource partitioning among brachiopods and bivalves at ancient hydrocarbon seeps: A hypothesis. PLoS ONE 14: e0221887. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0221887external link

Kiel, S., Altamirano, A.J., Birgel, D., Coxall, H.K., Hybertsen, F., and Peckmann, J. 2019. Fossiliferous methane-seep deposits from the Cenozoic Talara Basin in northern Peru. Lethaia 53: 166-182.

Hybertsen, F. & Kiel, S. 2018. A middle Eocene seep deposit with silicified fauna from the Humptulips Formation in western Washington State, USA. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 63 (4): 751–768. https://doi.org/10.4202/app.00525.2018external link

Jenkins, R.G., Kaim, A., Hikida, Y., and Kiel, S. 2018. Four new species of the Jurassic to Cretaceous seep-restricted bivalve Caspiconcha and implications for the history of chemosynthetic communities. Journal of Paleontology 92: 596-610.

Kiel, S. 2018. Three new bivalve genera from Triassic hydrocarbon seep deposits in southern Turkey. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 63: 221-234.

Feng, D., Peckmann, J., Li, N., Kiel, S., Qiu, J.-W., Liang, Q., Carney, R.S., Peng, Y., Tao, J., and Chen, D. 2018. The stable isotope fingerprint of chemosymbiosis in the shell organic matrix of seep-dwelling bivalves. Chemical Geology 479: 241-250.

Hryniewicz, K., Amano, K., Jenkins, R. and Kiel, S., 2017. Thyasirid bivalves from Cretaceous and Paleogene cold seeps. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Vol. 62 (4): 705-728. Journal websiteexternal link

Kiel, S. 2017. Reply to Smith et al.: Network analysis reveals connectivity patterns in the continuum of reducing ecosystems. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 20171644.

Kiel, S. 2017. Using network analysis to trace the evolution of biogeography through geologic time: A case study. Geology 45: 711-714.

Kiel, S., L. Krystyn, F. Demirtaş, E. Koşun, and J. Peckmann. 2017. Late Triassic mollusk-dominated hydrocarbon-seep deposits from Turkey. Geology 45: 751-754.

Kiel, S. 2016. A biogeographic network reveals evolutionary links between deep sea hydrothermal vent and methane seep faunas: Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283: 20162337.

Kiel, S. 2015. Did shifting seawater sulfate concentrations drive the evolution of deep-sea vent and seep ecosystems? Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282: 20142908.

Kiel, S., Glodny, J., Birgel, D., Bulot, L. G., Campbell, K. A., Gaillard, C., Graziano, R., Kaim, A., Lazar, I., Sandy, M. R., and Peckmann, J. 2014. The paleoecology, habitats, and stratigraphic range of the enigmatic Cretaceous brachiopod Peregrinella. PLoS One 9: e109260.

Thuy, B., Kiel, S., Dulai, A., Gale, A.S., Kroh, A., Lord, A.R., Numberger-Thuy, L.D., Stöhr, S. and Wisshak, M. 2014. First glimpse into Lower Jurassic deep-sea biodiversity: in-situ diversification and resilience against extinction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20132624.

Lorion, J., Kiel S., Faure, B.M., Masaru, K., Ho, S.Y.W., Marshall, B.A., Tsuchida, S., Miyazaki, J.-I. and Fujiwara, Y. 2013. Adaptive radiation of chemosymbiotic deep-sea mussels. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20131243.

Kiel S, Wiese F & Titus AL 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.

Kiel S (editor) 2010. The Vent and Seep Biota. Topics of Geobiology vol. 33, 487pp.

Kiel S, Goedert JL, Kahl W-A & Rouse GW 2010. Fossil traces of the bone-eating worm Osedax in early Oligocene whale bones. PNAS 107: 8656-8659.

Kiel S & Nielsen S.N. 2010. Quaternary origin of the inverse latitudinal diversity gradient among southern Chilean mollusks. Geology 38: 955-958.

Kiel S 2009. Global hydrocarbon seep carbonate precipitation correlates with deep-water temperatures and eustatic sea-level fluctuations since the late Jurassic. Terra Nova 21: 279-284.

Peckmann J, Birgel D & Kiel S 2009. Molecular fossils reveal fluid composition and flow intensity at a Cretaceous seep. Geology 37: 847-850.

Kiel S & Little C.T.S. 2006. Cold seep mollusks are older than the general marine mollusk fauna. Science 313: 1429-1431.

Kiel S & Goedert J.L. 2006. Deep-sea food bonanzas: Early Cenozoic whale-fall communities resemble wood-fall rather than seep communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 273: 2625-2631.