Prof. Dr. Jörn Peckmann

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  • 2023 Journal Article | Research Paper
    ​ ​Fibrous dolomite formation at a Miocene methane seep may reflect Neoproterozoic aragonite-dolomite sea conditions​
    Lu, Y.; Paulmann, C.; Mihailova, B.; Malcherek, T.; Birgel, D.; López Correa, M. & Lin, Z. et al.​ (2023) 
    Communications Earth & Environment4(1) pp. 346​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2023 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Molecular Fossil Inventory in Microbial Carbonates and Sponges of the Deep Fore Reef of Mayotte and MohÉli, Comoro Islands​
    Maak, J. M.; Birgel, D.; Reitner, J. ; Gischler, E.; Dullo, W.; Foster, W. & Peckmann, J. ​ (2023)
    pp. 1​-2. ​31st International Meeting on Organic Geochemistry (IMOG)​, Montpellier, France. DOI: 
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  • 2021 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Special issue: Going Deep—Tracking life processes through time and space​
    Reitner, J. ; Duda, J.-P. ; van Zuilen, M.; Zhang, X.; Peckmann, J.   & Hoppert, M. ​ (2021) 
    Paläontologische Zeitschrift95(4) pp. 559​-561​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2018 Journal Article
    ​ ​Sponge-microbial build-ups from the lowermost Triassic Chanakhchi section in southern Armenia: Microfacies and stable carbon isotopes​
    Friesenbichler, E.; Richoz, S.; Baud, A.; Krystyn, L.; Sahakyan, L.; Vardanyan, S. & Peckmann, J.  et al.​ (2018) 
    Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology490 pp. 653​-672​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2018 Journal Article
    ​ ​The formation of microbial-metazoan bioherms and biostromes following the latest Permian mass extinction​
    Heindel, K.; Foster, W. J.; Richoz, S.; Birgel, D.; Roden, V. J.; Baud, A. & Brandner, R. et al.​ (2018) 
    Gondwana Research61 pp. 187​-202​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2017 Journal Article
    ​ ​Cryptic biostalactites in a submerged karst cave of the Belize Barrier Reef revisited: Pendant bioconstructions cemented by microbial micrite​
    Gischler, E.; Heindel, K.; Birgel, D.; Brunner, B.; Reitner, J.   & Peckmann, J. ​ (2017) 
    Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology468 pp. 34​-51​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2015 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Zygomycetes in Vesicular Basanites from Vesteris Seamount, Greenland Basin - A New Type of Cryptoendolithic Fungi​
    Ivarsson, M.; Peckmann, J. ; Tehler, A.; Broman, C.; Bach, W.; Behrens, K. & Reitner, J.  et al.​ (2015) 
    PLoS ONE10(7) art. e0133368​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2009 Journal Article
    ​ ​Evidence for cryptoendolithic life in Devonian pillow basalts of Variscan orogens, Germany​
    Eickmann, B.; Bach, W.; Kiel, S.; Reitner, J.   & Peckmann, J. ​ (2009) 
    Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology283(3-4) pp. 120​-125​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2008 Journal Article
    ​ ​Putative cryptoendolithic life in devonian pillow basalt, Rheinisches Schiefergebirge, Germany​
    Peckmann, J. ; Bach, W.; Behrens, K. & Reitner, J. ​ (2008) 
    Geobiology6(2) pp. 125​-135​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2007 Journal Article
    ​ ​A Late Devonian Hydrocarbon-Seep Deposit Dominated By Dimerelloid Brachiopods, Morocco​
    Peckmann, J. ; Campbell, K. A.; Walliser, O. H.   & Reitner, J. ​ (2007) 
    Palaios22(2) pp. 114​-122​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2006 Journal Article
    ​ ​Anaerobic and aerobic oxidation of methane at Late Cretaceous seeps in the Western Interior Seaway, USA​
    Birgel, D.; Peckmann, J. ; Klautzsch, S.; Thiel, V.   & Reitner, J. ​ (2006) 
    Geomicrobiology Journal23(7) pp. 565​-577​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2006 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Lipid biomarker patterns of methane-seep microbialites from the Mesozoic convergent margin of California​
    Birgel, D.; Thiel, V. ; Hinrichs, K.-U.; Elvert, M.; Campbell, K. A.; Reitner, J.   & Farmer, J. D. et al.​ (2006)
    Organic Geochemistry37(10) pp. 1289​-1302. ​Topical Meeting on Application of Stable Isotopes in Biogeosciences​, Vienna, AUSTRIA.
    Oxford​: Pergamon-elsevier Science Ltd. DOI: 
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  • 2005 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Concretionary methane-seep carbonates and associated microbial communities in Black Sea sediments​
    Reitner, J. ; Peckmann, J. ; Blumenberg, M. ; Michaelis, W.; Reimer, A.   & Thiel, V. ​ (2005) 
    Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology227(1-3) pp. 18​-30​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2005 Journal Article
    ​ ​Methane-derived carbonate build-ups and associated microbial communities at cold seeps on the lower Crimean shelf (Black Sea)​
    Reitner, J. ; Peckmann, J. ; Reimer, A. ; Schumann, G. & Thiel, V. ​ (2005) 
    Facies51(1-4) pp. 66​-79​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2005 Journal Article
    ​ ​Worm tube fossils from the Hollard Mound hydrocarbon-seep deposit, Middle Devonian, Morocco: Palaeozoic seep-related vestimentiferans?​
    Peckmann, J. ; Little, C. T. S.; Gill, F. & Reitner, J. ​ (2005) 
    Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology227(1-3) pp. 242​-257​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2004 Journal Article
    ​ ​A microbial mat of a large sulfur bacterium preserved in a miocene methane-seep limestone​
    Peckmann, J. ; Thiel, V. ; Reitner, J. ; Taviani, M.; Aharon, P. & Michaelis, W.​ (2004) 
    Geomicrobiology Journal21(4) pp. 247​-255​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2003 Journal Article
    ​ ​The Late Eocene 'Whiskey Creek' methahe-seep deposit (Western Washington State) - Part II: Petrology, stable isotopes, and biogeochemistry​
    Peckmann, J. ; Goedert, J. L.; Heinrich, S.; Hoefs, J.   & Reitner, J. ​ (2003) 
    Facies48 pp. 241​-253​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2002 Journal Article
    ​ ​A comprehensive approach to the study of methane-seep deposits from the Lincoln Creek Formation, western Washington State, USA​
    Peckmann, J. ; Goedert, J. L.; Thiel, V. ; Michaelis, W. & Reitner, J. ​ (2002) 
    Sedimentology49(4) pp. 855​-873​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2001 Conference Paper
    ​ ​Methane-derived carbonates and authigenic pyrite from the northwestern Black Sea​
    Peckmann, J. ; Reimer, A. ; Luth, U.; Luth, C.; Hansen, B. T. ; Heinicke, C. & Hoefs, J.  et al.​ (2001)
    Marine Geology177(1-2) pp. 129​-150. , STRASBOURG, FRANCE.
    Amsterdam​: Elsevier Science Bv. DOI: 
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  • 2001 Conference Abstract
    ​ ​Molecular fossils from ancient methane: Related settings.​
    Thiel, V. ; Peckmann, J. ; Reitner, J.   & Michaelis, W.​ (2001)
    Washington​: Amer Chemical Soc.
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  • 2001 Journal Article
    ​ ​An early carboniferous seep community and hydrocarbon-derived carbonates from the Harz Mountains, Germany​
    Peckmann, J. ; Gischler, E.; Oschmann, W. & Reitner, J. ​ (2001) 
    Geology29(3) pp. 271​-274​.​ DOI:<0271:AECSCA>2.0.CO;2 
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  • 2001 Journal Article
    ​ ​Molecular signals for anaerobic methane oxidation in Black Sea seep carbonates and a microbial mat​
    Thiel, V. ; Peckmann, J. ; Richnow, H. H.; Luth, U.; Reitner, J.   & Michaelis, W.​ (2001) 
    Marine Chemistry73(2) pp. 97​-112​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2001 Journal Article
    ​ ​Non-rigid cryptic sponges in oyster patch reefs (Lower Kimmeridgian, Langenberg/Oker, Germany)​
    Delecat, S. ; Peckmann, J.   & Reitner, J. ​ (2001) 
    Facies45 pp. 231​-254​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2001 Journal Article
    ​ ​A new straight-chain hydrocarbon biomarker associated with anaerobic methane cycling​
    Thiel, V. ; Peckmann, J. ; Schmale, O.; Reitner, J.   & Michaelis, W.​ (2001) 
    Organic Geochemistry32(8) pp. 1019​-1023​.​ DOI: 
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  • 2000 Journal Article
    ​ ​Worm tubes in an allochthonous cold-seep carbonate from lower Oligocene rocks of western Washington​
    Goedert, J. L.; Peckmann, J.   & Reitner, J. ​ (2000) 
    Journal of Paleontology74(6) pp. 992​-999​.​ DOI:<0992:WTIAAC>2.0.CO;2 
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  • 1999 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Cold seep deposits of Beauvoisin (Oxfordian southeastern France) and Marmorito (Miocene northern Italy) Microbially induced authigenic carbonates​
    Peckmann, J. ; Thiel, V. ; Michaeli, W.; Clari, P.; Gaillard, C.; Martire, L. & Reitner, J. ​ (1999) 
    International journal of earth sciences88 pp. 60​-75​.​ DOI: 
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  • 1999 Journal Article | 
    ​ ​Highly isotopically depleted isoprenoids ; molecular markers for ancient methane venting​
    Thiel, V. ; Peckmann, J. ; Seifert, R.; Wehrung, P.; Reitner, J.   & Michaelis, W.​ (1999) 
    Geochimica et cosmochimica acta63(23/24) pp. 3959​-3966​.​
  • 1999 Journal Article
    ​ ​Signatures of hydrocarbon venting in a Middle Devonian Carbonate Mound (Hollard Mound) at the Hamar Laghdad (Antiatlas, Morocco)​
    Peckmann, J. ; Walliser, O. H. ; Riegel, W.   & Reitner, J. ​ (1999) 
    Facies40(1) pp. 281​-296​.​ DOI: 
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  • 1999 Journal Article
    ​ ​Bacterially mediated formation of diagenetic aragonite and native sulfur in Zechstein carbonates (Upper Permian, Central Germany)​
    Peckmann, J. ; Paul, J.   & Thiel, V. ​ (1999) 
    Sedimentary Geology126(1-4) pp. 205​-222​.​ DOI: 
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