Publication List

Conference Proceedings

Viehmann S., Hohl S.V., Krämer D. Bau M., Walde, D.H.G., Galer S.J., Jiang S-Y. & Meister, P., 2018: The reconstruction of Mesoproterozoic microbial habitats during stromatolite formation. EGU Conference 2018, GeoBonn 2018 & PanGeo 2018.

Marien C.S., Viehmann S., Gerdes, A., Tusch J., van Kranendonk M. J., Münker C., 2018: Pristine 87Sr/86Sr isotope compositions of Paleo- and Mesoarchean seawater inferred from carbonate interstitials in pillow lavas from the Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. GeoBonn 2018

Hohl S.V., Viehmann S., Krämer D. Bau M., Walde, D.H.G., Galer S.J., Jiang S-Y. & Meister, P., 2018: Cd isotopes in Mesoproterozoic stromatolites record changes in biologic productivity. EGU Conference 2018.

Viehmann S., Bau M., Bühn B., Dantas E.L., Andrade F.R.D. & Walde D.H.G., 2017: Reconstruction of the Neoprotoerzoic Urucum habitat in the fate of severe glaciogenic epochs. GeoBremen 2017.

Schier K., Bau M., Münker C., Beukes N. & Viehmann S., 2017: Declining importance of high-temperature hydrothermal input into shallow Transvaal seawater prior to the GOE. GeoBremen 2017.

Viehmann S., Bau M., Bühn B., Dantas E.L., Andrade F.R.D. & Walde D.H.G., 2017: Geochemical reconstruction of the Neoproterozoic Urucum habitat. Goldschmidt Conference 2017.

Schier K., Viehmann S., Bau M., Eroglu S. & Beukes N, 2016. Anoxic conditions in ~2.48 Ga old Transvaal shallow marine habitats. Goldschmidt Conference 2016.

Krämer D., Viehmann S., Frei R., Bau M., 2016. The impact of the biogenic siderophore desferrioxamine B on Cr oxidation and fractionation of Cr isotopes. Goldschmidt Conference 2016.

Viehmann S., Bau M., Hoffmann J.E. & Münker C., 2015. Tracing the thermal state of the Archean mantle: Insights from coupled Eu-εNd(t) patterns of BIFs. Goldschmidt Conference 2015.

Viehmann S., Bau M., Münker C., Hoffmann J.E. & Marquez J.E., 2014. The Hf-Nd isotope record of Archean seawater: potential and pitfalls. EGU Conference 2014.

Viehmann S., Bau M., Smith A.J.B., Beukes N.J., Dantas E.L. & Bühn B., 2013. Spatial heterogeneity of the neodymium isotopic composition of Mesoarchean seawater: Evidence from the Witwatersrand, Pongola and Pietersburg BIFs, South Africa. DMG Jahrestagung 2013.

Viehmann S., Hoffmann J.E., Münker C. & Bau M., 2013. Hf-Nd isotope decoupling in Early Precambrian seawater. Goldschmidt Conference 2013.

Viehmann S., Bau M., Hoffmann J.E. & Münker C., 2012. A mixed hydrothermal and riverine origin of REY in Late Archean Krivoy Rog BIFs, Ukraine. Geologische Vereinigung Jahrestagung 2012.

Viehmann S., Hoffmann J.E., Münker C., Alexander B. & Bau M., 2011. Seawater-derived REY and HFSE systematics in Archean BIFs. Goldschmidt Conference 2011.

Viehmann S., Hoffmann J.E., Münker C., Alexander B. & Bau M., 2010. Seawater derived REE+Y and HFSE systematics of Archean Banded Iron Formations (BIFs). DMG Jahrestagung 2010.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Viehmann S., 2018: Hf-Nd Isotopes in Archean Marine Chemical Sediments: Implications for the Geodynamical History of Early Earth and Its Impact on Earliest Marine Habitats. Geosciences 8 (7), 263, 1-15. DOI:10.3390/geosciences8070263

Schier K., Bau M., Münker C., Beukes N., Viehmann S., 2018: Trace element and Nd isotope composition of shallow seawater prior to the Great Oxidation Event: Evidence from stromatolitic bioherms in the Paleoproterozoic
Rooinekke and Nelani Formations, South Africa. Precambrian Research. DOI:10.1016/j.precamres.2018.07.014

Viehmann S., Bau M., Hoffmann J. E., Münker C., 2018: Decoupled Hf and Nd isotopes in suspended particles and in the dissolved load of Late Archean seawater. Chemical Geology 483, 111-118. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2018.01.017

Szilas K., Hoffmann J.E., Schulz T., Hansmeier C., Polat A., Viehmann S., Kasper H.U., Münker C., 2016: Combined bulk-rock Hf- and Nd-isotope compositions of Mesoarchaean metavolcanic rocks from the Ivisaartoq Supracrustal Belt, SW Greenland: Deviations from the mantle array caused by crustal recycling. Chemie der Erde 76, 543-554.  DOI: 10.1016/j.chemer.2016.09.004

Viehmann S., Bau M., Bühn B., Dantas E.L., Walde D.H.G., 2016. Geochemical characterisation of Neoproterozoic marine habitats: Evidence from trace elements and Nd isotopes in the Urucum iron and manganese formations, Brazil. Precambrian Research 282, 74-96. doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2016.07.006
 

Hoffmann J.E., Kröner A., Hegner E., Viehmann S., Xie H., Iaccheri L.M., Schneider K., Hofmann A., Wong J., Geng H., Yang J., 2016. Source composition, fractional crystallisation and magma mixing processes in the 3.48-3.43 Ga Tsawela tonalite suite (Ancient Gneiss Complex, Swaziland) - implications for Palaeoarchean geodynamics. Precambrian Research 276, 43-66. doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2016.01.026

Viehmann S., Bau M., Smith A.J.B., Beukes N.J., Dantas E.L. & Bühn B., 2015. The reliability of ~2.9 Ga old Witwatersrand banded iron formations (South Africa) as archives for Mesoarchean seawater: Evidence from REE and Nd isotope systematics. Journal of African Earth Sciences 111, 322-334. doi:10.1016/j.jafrearsci.2015.08.013

Viehmann S., Bau M., Hoffmann J.E. & Münker C., 2015. Geochemistry of the Krivoy Rog Banded Iron Formation, Ukraine, andthe impact of peak episodes of increased global magmatic activity onthe trace element composition of Precambrian seawater. Precambrian Research 270, 165-180. doi:10.1016/j.precamres.2015.09.015

Szilas K., Hoffmann J.E., Hansmeier C., Hollis J.A., Münker, C., Viehmann S. & Kasper H.U., 2015. Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotope and trace-element systematics of Mesoarchaean amphibolites, inner Ameralik fjord, southern West Greenland. Mineralogical Magazine 79 (4), 857-876. doi:10.1180/minmag.2015.079.4.02

Viehmann S., Hoffmann J.E., Münker C. & Bau M., 2014. Decoupled Hf-Nd isotopes in Neoarchean seawater reveal weathering of emerged continents. Geology 42 (2),115-118.  doi:10.1130/G35014.1

Hezel D.C., Elangovan P., Viehmann S., Howard L., Abel R.L. & Armstrong R., 2013. Visualisation and quantification of CV chondrites using micro-tomography. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 116, 33-40. doi:10.1016/j.gca.2012.03.015