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Sebastian Viehmann

  • Dr. Dipl. Geol.
  • University of Vienna
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Co-authors (30)

  • J. Elis Hoffmann
  • Kristoffer Szilas

Publications (5)

  • Decoupled Hf and Nd isotopes in suspended particles and in the dissolved load of Late Archean seawater

    • Viehmann S
    • Bau M
    • Hoffmann J
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  • 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

    • Szilas K
    • Hoffmann J
    • Schulz T
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  • Geochemical characterisation of Neoproterozoic marine habitats: Evidence from trace elements and Nd isotopes in the Urucum iron and manganese formations, Brazil

    • Viehmann S
    • Bau M
    • Bühn B
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  • Source composition, fractional crystallization and magma mixing processes in the 3.48-3.43 Ga Tsawela tonalite suite (Ancient Gneiss Complex, Swaziland) - Implications for Palaeoarchaean geodynamics

    • Hoffmann J
    • Kröner A
    • Hegner E
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  • Sm-Nd and Lu-Hf isotope and trace-element systematics of Mesoarchaean amphibolites, inner Ameralik fjord, southern West Greenland

    • Szilas K
    • Hoffmann J
    • Hansmeier C
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Education

Research Associate

Universitat Wien

April 2017 - Present

Guest Scientist

Universitat Wien

July 2016 - March 2017(8 months)

Ph.D.

Jacobs University Bremen

May 2011 - July 2016(5 years)

Research Associate/ PhD fellowship

Universidade de Brasilia

March 2012 - June 2012(3 months)

Diploma (German Master equivalent)

Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms University Bonn

September 2004 - March 2011(7 years)