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Simon Hohl

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Simon Hohl  

Office Ocean building 414

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Email: sv_hohl@tongji.edu.cn

Homepage:simonhohl-research.net

Mailing AddressSchool of Ocean and Earth Science, Tongji University, 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai 200092, China

 

Education

2004-2011University of Bonn – Steinmann Institue [Bonn, Germany] Diplom in GeologyB.ScM.ScPh.D

2011-2015Freie Universit?t Berlin  Institute of Earth Sciences [Berlin, Germany]Doctoral degree in Geology/Geochemistry

 

Employment

2008Rabaul Volcanological Observatory [Rabaul, Papua New Guinea]Scientific internship

2008.08-2010.12University of Bonn  Steinmann Institute [Bonn, Germany]Student helper in the workgroup of C. Münker

2011.04-2015.10 Freie Universit?t Berlin  Institute of Earth Sciences [Berlin, Germany]Scientific staff

2015.11-2018.11University of Nanjing  State Key Lab. for Mineral Resources Res. [Nanjing, P.R. China]Postdoctoral researcher

2019.01-todayTongji University  State Key Laboratory for Marine Geology [Shanghai, P.R. China]Associated researcher

Research interests

1..Geology

2.Chemical Geology

3.Economic Geology

4.Precambrian Research

5.Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology

6.Applied Geochemistry

7.G3

Publications

1.S.V. Hohl, H. Becker, S.-Y. Jiang, H.-F. Ling, Q. Guo, U. Struck, 2017: Geochemistry of Ediacaran cap dolostones across the Yangtze Platform, South China: implications for diagenetic modification and seawater chemistry in the aftermath of the Marinoan glaciation. Journal of the Geological Society 174(5): 893-892. DOI:10.1144/jgs2016-145

2.S.V. Hohl, S.J.G. Galer, A. Gamper, H. Becker, 2016: Cadmium isotope variations in Neoproterozoic carbonates - A tracer of biologic production?  Geochemical Perspectives Letters 9/2016 (2017) 3, 32-44. DOI:10.7185/geochemlet.1704

3.S.V. Hohl, H. Becker, A. Gamper, S.Y. Jiang, U. Wiechert, J.H. Yang, H.Z. Wei, 2015: Secular changes of water chemistry in shallow-water Ediacaran ocean: Evidence from carbonates at Xiaofenghe, Three Gorges area, Yangtze Platform, South China. Precambrian Research 09/2015; 270(270):50-79. DOI:10.1016/j.precamres.2015.09.006

4.S.V. Hohl, H. Becker, S. Herzlieb, Q. Guo, 2015: Multiproxy constraints on alteration and primary compositions of Ediacaran deep-water carbonate rocks, Yangtze Platform, South China. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 05/2015; 163. DOI:10.1016/j.gca.2015.04.037

5.S.V. Hohl, S. Schuth, S. K?nig, D. Garbe-Sch?nberg, J. Kuduon & C. Münker. Geochemical signatures of the Rabaul Volcanic Complex, Papua New Guinea - insights from the HFSE, Sr, Nd, Hf and Fe isotopes. Submitted to Chemical Geology

6.S.V. Hohl, S.-Y. Jiang, H.-Z. Wei, D.-H. Pi, Q. Liu, S. Viehmann & S. J. G. Galer. Cd Isotopes reveal episodic bio-geochemical metal cycling at the verge of the Cambrian animal evolution. Submitted to GCA

 

  

 

 

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