Publications by Christian Köberl

Selection of Anthropocene-related books and articles

 Univ.-Prof. Christian Köberl

Selected Publications

Feignon, J-G., Ferrière, L., Koeberl, C. and Leroux, H. (2020). Characterization of shocked quartz grains from Chicxulub peak ring granites and shock pressure estimates. Meteoritics and Planetary Science.

Pittarello, L., Fritz, J., Roszjar, J., Lenz, C., Chanmuang Nasdala, C. and Koeberl, C. (2020). Partial amorphization of experimentally shocked plagioclase: A spectroscopic study. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 55 (3): 669-678.

Schulz, T., Sackl, F., Fragner, E., Luguet, A., van Acken, D., Abate, B., Badjukov, D. D. and Koeberl, C. (2020). The Zhamanshin impact structure, Kazakhstan: A comparative geochemical study of target rocks and impact glasses. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 268, 209-229.

Koeberl, C. (2019). When Earth got pummeled: The frequency of impacts on Earth’s surface increased about 290 million years ago. Science 363 (6424): 224-225.

Koeberl, C. and Ferrière, L. (2019). Libyan Desert Glass area in western Egypt: Shocked quartz in bedrock points to a possible deeply eroded impact structure in the region. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 54 (10): 2398-2408.

Koeberl C., Montanari A., Schulz T., Tusch J., Mougel B. and Moynier F. (2019). Late Eocene impact ejecta in Italy: Attempts to constrain the impactor composition from isotopic analyses of spinel-rich samples. In: C. Koeberl, and D. M. Bice, eds. 250 Million Years of Earth History in Central Italy: Celebrating 25 Years of the Geological Observatory of Coldigioco: Geological Society of America Special Paper 542, 347-354.

Wacha L., Montanari A., Lomax J., Fiebig M., Lüthgens C., Korbar T. and Koeberl C. (2019). Last Glacial Maximum giant sand dunes on the island of Vis, Croatia. In: C. Koeberl, and D. M. Bice, eds. 250 Million Years of Earth History in Central Italy: Celebrating 25 Years of the Geological Observatory of Coldigioco: Geological Society of America Special Paper 542, 459-470.

Bookhagen B., Koeberl C., Juang L. and DeRosa D. A. (2017) Mineral resources in mobile phones: A case study of Boston and Vienna teachers and students. Journal of Geoscience Education 65, 113-125.

Querfeld R., Tanha M.R., Heyer L., Renz F., Guggenberger G., Brandstätter F., Ferriere L., Koeberl C. and Steinhauser G. (2017). On the occurrence and origin of anthropogenic radionuclides found in a fragment of the Chelyabinsk (LL5) meteorite. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 52, 1244–1250.

Wennrich V., Andreev A.A., Tarasov P.E., Fedorov G., Zhao W., Gebhardt C.A., Meyer-Jacob C., Snyder J.A., Nowaczyk N.R., Schwamborn G., Chapligin B., Anderson P.M., Lozhkin A.V., Minyuk P.S., Koeberl C. and Melles M. (2016). Impact processes, permafrost dynamics, and climate and environmental variability in the terrestrial Arctic as inferred from the unique 3.6 Myr record of Lake El'gygytgyn, Far East Russia – A review. Quaternary Science Reviews 147, 221–244.

Brigham-Grette, J., Melles, M., Minyuk, P. and Koeberl, C. (2011). Millennial-scale Arctic climate change of the last 3.6 million years: Scientific drilling at Lake El’gygytgyn, Northeast Russia. Oceanography 24 (3): 80–81.

Pinter, N., Scott, A.C., Daulton, T.L., Podoll, A., Koeberl, C., Anderson, R.S. and Ishman S.E. (2011). The Younger Dryas impact hypothesis: A requiem. Earth-Science Reviews 106, 247–264.

Reimold W. U. and Koeberl, C. (2008). Catastrophes, Extinctions and Evolution: 50 years of Impact Cratering Studies. In: H. Gupta and Fareeduddin, eds. Recent Advances in Earth System Sciences, Memoir 66, Geological Society of India, 69-110.

Rampino, M. R. and Koeberl, C. (2006). Comparison of Bosumtwi impact crater (Ghana) and Crater Lake volcanic caldera (Oregon, USA): Implications for biotic recovery after catastrophic events. In: C. S. Cockell, C. Koeberl and I. Gilmour, eds. Biological Processes Associated with Impact Events. Impact Studies 8. Heidelberg: Springer. 101-120.

Bodiselitsch, B., Montanari, A., Koeberl, C. and Coccioni, R. (2004). Delayed climate cooling in the Late Eocene caused by multiple impacts: high-resolution geochemical studies at Massignano, Italy. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 223, 283-302.