Prof. Dr. James H. Nebelsick

Department of Geosciences, University of Tübingen

Room S 563, Hölderlinstr. 12, D-72074 Tübingen, Germany

 +49 (0)7071 29-77546

nebelsickspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

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CV James H. Nebelsick

1978-1981: Study of Geosciences, Queens´ College, University of Cambridge, England. 1981 BA (1985 MA)

1982: Postgraduate worker for History and Philosophy of Science, University of Edinburgh, Scotland

1983-1989: Diploma at the Institute of Palaeontology, University of Vienna, Austria

1989-1992: Dissertation at the Institute of Palaeontology, University of Vienna, Austria

1993-1999: Assistant at the Inst. of Geosciences, University of Tübingen; Habilitation in Palaeontology & Historical Geology

1999-2003: Guest Professor and teaching at the Universities of Vienna, Münster, Innsbruck and Stuttgart

Since 2003: Professor for Invertebrate Palaeontology and Palaeoclimatology at the University of Tübingen


Publications:

Journals and book chapters

  1. Grun. T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. (2018): Technical biology of the clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus pusillus: A review with outlook. Contemporary Trends in Geosciences, 7/3, 247-254. DOI: 10.2478/cteg-2018-0017 Grun. T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: Structural design of the echinoid´s tracebcular system. http://www.kgs.wnoz.us.edu.pl/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/10.2478ctg-2018-0017.pdf
  2. Drack, M., Limpinsel, M., de Bruyn, G., Nebelsick. J.H. & Betz, O. 2018: Towards a theoretical clarification of biomimetics using conceptual tools from engineering design. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 13/1. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-3190/aa967c
  3. Grun. T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: Micro-morphological and structural design analysis of the minute clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus pusillus. Royal Society Open Science. 5:171323. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.171323.
  4. Grun, T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: Data from: Structural design of the minute clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus pusillus Journal: Royal Society Open Science Provisional DOI: doi:10.5061/dryad.rg54h Data files: gg-al-1_73. https://datadryad.org/resource/doi:10.5061/dryad.rg54h/1
  5. Grun, T.B., Mancosu, A., Belaústegui, Z. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: Clypeaster Taphonomy: a paleontological tool to identify stable structures in natural shell systems. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen. 288/2. 189-202. DOI: 10.1127/njgpa/2018/0737. www.ingentaconnect.com/content/schweiz/njbgeol/2018/00000289/00000002/art00006
  6. Grun, T.B., von Scheven, M., Bischoff, M. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: Structural stress response of segmented natural shells: a numerical case study on the clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus pusillus. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 15: 20180164. dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsif.2018.0164.
  7. Häussler, G., Nebelsick, J.H. & Drechsler, P. 2018: Exploitation of the Marine Snail Hexaplex kuesterianus. In Drechsler, P. (ed.), Dosariyah. An Arabian Neolithic coastal community in the central Gulf. British Foundation for the Study of Arabia Monograph, No. 19, 455-461. Archaeopress, Oxford. http://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id={CAC4867B-DAED-405E-846D-7945B9E8B081}
  8. Nebelsick, J.H., Drechsler. P. & Albano, P.G. 2018: Archaeomalocology of Dosariyah: Diversity, Taphonomy and Distribution of Gastropods and Bivalves. In Drechsler, P. (ed.) Dosariyah. An Arabian Neolithic coastal community in the central Gulf. British Foundation for the Study of Arabia Monograph Series, No. 19, 436-454. Archaeopress, Oxford. http://www.archaeopress.com/ArchaeopressShop/Public/displayProductDetail.asp?id={CAC4867B-DAED-405E-846D-7945B9E8B081}
  9. Felbrich, B., Wulle, F., Allgaier, C., Menges, A., Verl, A., Wurst, K.-H. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: A Novel Rapid Additive Manufacturing Concept for Architectural Composite Shell Construction Inspired by the Shell Formation in Land Snails. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 13/2. http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-3190/aaa50d/meta.
  10. Sievers, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2018: Fish predation on a Mediterranean echinoid: Identification and preservation potential. Palaios, 33, 1–8. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2110/palo.2017.041.
  11. Lauer, C., Grun. T.B., Zutterkirch, I., Jemmali, R., Nebelsick, J.H. & Nickel, K.G. 2017: Morphology and porosity of the spines of the sea urchin Heterocentrotus mamillatus and their implications on the mechanical performance. Zoomorphology, DOI 10.1007/s00435-017-0385-4.
  12. Mancosu, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2017: Ecomorphological gradient of clypeasteroid-dominated echinoid assemblages along a mixed siliciclastic-carbonate shelf from the Early Miocene of northern Sardinia, Italy. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 62 (3): 627-646.
  13. Grun, T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2017: Habitat and behavioral shift of Cassis tuberosa. American Malacological Bulletin, 35(1), 1-4.
  14. Bassi, D., Posenato, R., Nebelsick, J.H., Iryu, Y., Masato, O. & Domenicali, E. 2017: Bivalve borings in Lower Jurassic Lithiotis fauna from northeastern Italy and its palaeoecological interpretation. Historical Biology, 29/7, 937-946. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2016.1265956. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2016.1265956.
  15. Mancosu, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2017: Palaeoecology and taphonomy of spatangoid echinoid dominated assemblages: a case study from the Miocene of Sardinia, Italy. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 466, 334–352, 10.1016/j.palaeo.2016.11.053:
  16. Belaústegui, Z., Muñiz, F., Nebelsick, J.H., Domènech, R. & Martinell, J. 2017: Echinoderm ichnology: bioturbation, bioerosion and related processes. Journal of Paleontology, 91/ 4, 643-661. doi: 10.1017/jpa.2016.146
  17. Grun, T.B., Kroh, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2017: Comparative drilling predation on time-averaged phosphatized and non-phosphatized specimens of the minute clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus stellatus from Miocene offshore sediments (Globigerina Limestone Fm., Malta Journal of Paleontology. Journal of Paleontology, 91/4, 633-642. doi: 10.1017/jpa.2016.123
  18. Bassi, D., Simone, L. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2017: Re-sedimented rhodoliths in channelized depositional systems, in Riosmena-Rodriguez, R., Nelson, W. & Aguirre, J., eds., Rhodolith/Maërl Beds: A Global Perspective: Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 139-167. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-29315-8_6:
  19. de Bruyn, G., Drack, M., Limpinsel, M., Betz, O. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2016: Organism concepts in biology and architecture as the basis for an interdisciplinary synopsis of constructional biomimetics. In: Knippers; J., Nickel, K. & Speck, T. (eds.) Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction: Biological Design and Integrative Structures. Springer, 379-394. link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-46374-2_19
  20. Nebelsick, J.H., Allgaier, C., Felbrich, B., Coupek, D., Reiter, R., Reiter, G., Menges, A., Lechler, A. & Wurst, K-H. 2016: Continuous fused deposition modelling of architectural envelopes based on the shell formation of molluscs: A research review. In Knippers; J., Nickel, K. & Speck, T. (eds.) Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction: Biological Design and Integrative Structures. Springer, 243-260. link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-46374-2_12
  21. Grun, T.B., Koohi, L., Schwinn, T., Sonntag, D., von Scheven, M., Bischoff, M., Knippers, J., Menges, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2016: The skeleton of the sand dollar as a biological Role model for segmented shells in building construction: A research review. In: Knippers; J., Nickel, K. & Speck, T. (eds.) Biomimetic Research for Architecture and Building Construction: Biological Design and Integrative Structures. Springer, 222-247. link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-46374-2_11
  22. Dynowski, J.F., Nebelsick, J.H., Klein, A., & Roth-Nebelsick, A. 2016: Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis of the Fossil Crinoid Encrinus liliiformis (Echinodermata: Crinoidea). PLoS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0156408
  23. Grun, T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2016: Taphonomy of a clypeasteroid echinoid using a new quasimetric approach. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, 61, 689-699. dx.doi.org/10.4202/app.00200.2015
  24. Mancosu, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2016: Echinoid assemblages from the Early Miocene of Funtanazza (Sardinia): A tool for reconstructing depositional environments along a shelf gradient. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 454, 139-140. dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.palaeo.2015.07.021
  25. Bassi, D., Posenato, R. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2015: Paleoecological dynamics of shallow-water bivalve carpets from Lower Jurassic lagoonal settings, northeast Italy. Palaios, 30, 758-770, DOI10.2110/palo.2015.020
  26. Nitsch, F., Nebelsick, J.H. & Bassi, D. 2015: Constructional and destructional patterns – void classification of rhodoliths from Giglio Island. Palaios, 30, 380-391, DOI: dx.doi.org/10.2110/palo.2015.007.
  27. Rahman, I.A., Belaústegui, Z., Zamora, S., Nebelsick, J.H., Domènech, R. & Martinell, J. 2015: Miocene Clypeaster from Valencia (E Spain): Insights into the taphonomy and ichnology of bioeroded echinoids using X-ray micro-tomography. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 438, 168-179. doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2015.07.021.
  28. Nebelsick, J.H. & Mancosu, A. 2015: Echinoid assemblages from the Miocene of Sardinia: A tool for recognizing faunal diversities, depositional environments and preservation potentials. In: Zamora, D. & Rábano, I. (eds.) Progress in Echinoderm Palaeobiology. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero, 19. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid. 115-117.
  29. Grun, T.B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2015: Sneaky snails: How drillholes can affect paleontological analyses of the minute clypeasteroid echinoid Echinocyamus. In: Zamora, D. & Rábano, I. (eds.) Progress in Echinoderm Palaeobiology. Cuadernos del Museo Geominero, 19. Instituto Geológico y Minero de España, Madrid. 71-74.
  30. Mancosu, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2015: The origin and paleoecology of clypeasteroid echinoids assemblages from different shelf settings of the Miocene of Sardinia, Italy. Palaios, 30, 373–387. DOI: dx.doi.org/10.2110/palo.2014.087.
  31. Nebelsick, J.H., Dynowski, J.F., Grossmann, J.N. & Tötzke, C. 2015: Echinoderms: Hierarchically organized light weight skeletons. In: Hamm, C. (ed.): Evolution of Lightweight Structures: Analyses and Technical Applications, Biologically-Inspired Systems, Vol. 6, Springer Verlag. 141-156. DOI 10.1007/978-017-9398-8_8. ISBN-10: 9401793972.
  32. Mancosu, A., Nebelsick, J.H., Kroh, A. & Pillola, G.L. 2014: The origin of echinoid shell beds in distal shelf environments: three examples from the Miocene of Sardinia, Italy. Lethaia, 48, 83-99.
  33. Sievers, D., Friedrich, J.-P. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2014: A feast for crows: Bird predation on irregular echinoids from Brittany, France. Palaios, 29, 87–94.
  34. Grun, T., Sievers, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2014: Drilling Predation on the Clypeasteroid Echinoid Echinocyamus pusillus from the Mediterranean Sea (Giglio, Italy). Historical Biology. 26/6, 745-757. dx.doi.org/10.1080/08912963.2013.841683
  35. Rasser, M.W., Bechly, G., Böttcher, R., Ebner, M., Heizmann, E.P.J., Höltke, O., Joachim, C., Kern, A.K., Kovar-Eder, J., Nebelsick, J.H., Roth-Nebelsick, A., Schweigert, G., Schoch, R.R. & Ziegler, R. 2013: The Randeck Maar: Palaeoenvironment and habitat differentiation of a Miocene lacustrine system. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 392, 426–453. doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.09.025.
  36. Bassi, D., Nebelsick, J.H., Puga-Bernabéu, Á. & Luciani, V. 2013; Middle Eocene larger Nummulites palaeohighs and their offshore re-deposition: a case study from the Middle Eocene of the Venetian area, northeast Italy. Sedimentary Geology, 297, 1-15. doi: 10.1016/j.sedgeo.2013.08.012.
  37. Grossmann, J.N. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2013: Comparative morphological and structural analysis of selected cidaroid and camarodont sea urchin spines. Zoomorphology. 132 (3), 301-315.
  38. Posenato, R., Bassi, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2013: Opisoma excavatum Böhm, a Lower Jurassic photosymbiontic alatoform chambered bivalves. Lethaia 46 (4) 424-427. DOI: 10.1111/let.12020.
  39. Belaústegui, Z., Gibert, J.M. de, Nebelsick, J.H., Domènech, R. & Martinell, J. 2013: Clypeasteroid echinoid tests as benthic islands for gastrochaenid bivalve colonization: Evidence from the Middle Miocene of Tarragona (North-East Spain). Palaeontology. 56 (4), 783-796. DOI: 10.1111/pala.12015.
  40. Nebelsick, J.H., Bassi, D. & Lempp, J. 2013: Tracking palaeoenvironmental change using coralline red algal diversity, growth forms and taphonomy in the Lower Oligocene Calcareniti di Castelgomberto formation (Monti Berici, Italy). Facies 59, 133–148. DOI 10.1007/s10347-012-0349-6.
  41. Mancosu, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2013: Multiple routes to mass accumulations of clypeasteroid echinoids: a comparative analysis of Miocene echinoid beds of Sardinia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 374, 173–186, doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2013.01.015
  42. Nebelsick, J.H., Kroh, A. & Roth-Nebelsick, A. 2013: The legacy of ocean climate and chemistry change in the echinoderm fossil record. In: Johnson, C. (ed.) Echinoderms in a changing World. Proceedings of the 13th International Echinoderm Conference, Tasmania. CRC Press, London & New York. 11-22.
  43. Grossmann, J.N. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2013: Stereom Differentiation in spines of Plococidaris verticillata, Heterocentrotus mammillatus and other regular sea urchins. In: Johnson, C. (ed.) Echinoderms in a changing World. Proceedings of the 13th International Echinoderm Conference, Tasmania. CRC Press, London & New York. 97-104.
  44. Nebelsick, J.H. 2012: Special proceedings volume of the “Taphos 2011” meeting (Tübingen, Germany, June 14th - 17th, 2011): Introduction. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie.265/2, 97-99.
  45. Belaústegui, Z., Nebelsick, J.H., Gibert, J. M. de, Domènech, R. & Martinell, J. 2012: A taphonomic approach to the genetic interpretation of clypeasteroid accumulations from Tarragona (Miocene, NE Spain). Lethaia 45, 548-565. DOI 10.1111/j.1502-3931.2012.00314.x.
  46. Bassi, D., Iryu, Y. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2012: To be or not to be a fossil rhodolith? Analytical methods for studying fossil rhodolith deposits. Journal of Coastal Research, 28, 288-295.
  47. Silvestri, G., Bosellini, F.R. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2011: Microtaphofacies analysis of Lower Oligocene turbid-water coral assemblages. Palaios, 26, 805–820.
  48. Nebelsick, J.H., Bassi, D. & Rasser, M.W. 2011: Cryptic relicts from the past - encrusting thecideidan brachiopods in Paleogene circumalpine carbonates. Annalen des Naturhistorischen Museums Wien, Serie A 113, 525-542.
  49. Dynowski, J. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2011: Ecophenotypic variations of Encrinus liliiformis (Echinodermata: Crinoidea) from the middle Triassic Muschelkalk of Southwest Germany. Swiss Journal of Palaeontology, 130, 53-67.
  50. Nebelsick, J.H., Bassi, D. & Rasser, M.W. 2011: Microtaphofacies: Exploring the potential for taphonomic analysis in carbonates. In: Allison, P. & Bottjer, D.J. (eds) Taphonomy: Process and Bias through time. 2nd Ed. Topics in Geobiology, 32, 337-377. Springer Science + Business, Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, New York.
  51. Bassi, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2010: Components, facies and ramps: redefining Upper Oligocene shallow water carbonates using coralline red algae and larger foraminifera (Venetian area, northeast Italy). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 295, 258-280.
  52. Kroh, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2010: Echinoderms and Oligo-Miocene Carbonate Systems: Potential applications in sedimentology and environmental reconstruction. International Association of Sedimentology, Special Publications, 42, 201–228.
  53. Nebelsick, J.H., Rasser, M. & Bieg, U., 2009: The North Alpine Foreland Basin: Special volume of the 2008 Molasse Meeting. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, 254, 1-4.
  54. Bassi, D., Nebelsick, J.H., Checconi, A., Hohenegger, J. & Iryu, Y. 2009: Present-day and fossil rhodolith pavements compared: their potential for analysing shallow-water carbonate deposits. Sedimentary Geology, 214, 74-84.
  55. Nebelsick, J.H. 2008: Taphonomy of the irregular echinoid Clypeaster humilis from the Red Sea: Implications for taxonomic resolutions along taphonomic grades. In: Ausich, W.I. & Webster, G.D. (eds), Echinoderm Paleobiology. Indiana University Press, 114-128.
  56. Schneider-Storz, B., Nebelsick, J.H., Wehrmann, A. & Federolf, C.M.J. 2008: Comparative taphonomy of three bivalve species from a mass shell accumulation in the macrotidal regime of North Sea tidal flats. Facies, 54, 461-478.
  57. Bassi, D., Bianchini, G., Mietto, O. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2008: Southern Alps in Italy: Venetian Pre-Alps. In: McCann, T. (ed.) The Geology of Central Europe. The Geological Society, London, 56-62.
  58. Nebelsick, J.H. & Bassi, D. 2007: Calcareous algae; taxonomy, diversity and palaeoecology. Introduction to the Proceedings of the 5th Regional Fossil Algal Symposium. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, 244, 129-131.
  59. Bassi, D., Hottinger, L. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2007: Larger foraminifera from the Late Oligocene of the Venetian area, north-eastern Italy. Palaeontology, 50, 845-868.
  60. Bieg, U., Nebelsick, J.H. & Rasser, M. 2007: Northalpine Foreland Basin (Upper Marine Molasse) of Southwest Germany: Sedimentology, Stratigraphy and Palaeontology. Geo.Alp, 4, 149-158.
  61. Bassi, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2005: Coralline red algae in the Middle-Upper Eocene shallow water carbonates of the Colli Berici (north-eastern Italy). Studi Trent. Sci. Nat., Acta Geologica, 80, supplemento (2003), 7-14.
  62. Nebelsick, J.H., Rasser, M.W. & Bassi, D. 2005: Facies dynamics in Eocene to Oligocene circumalpine carbonates. Facies, 51, 197-216.
  63. Nebelsick, J.H. 2004: Taphonomy of Echinoderms: introduction and outlook. In: Heinzeller, Th. & Nebelsick, J.H. (eds) Echinoderms Munich. Proceedings of the 11th International Echinoderm Meeting. Taylor & Francis, Rotterdam. 471-478.
  64. Hanfland, C., Läufer, A.L., Nebelsick, J.H. & Mosbrugger, V. 2004: The Smrekovec Tertiary and related volcanism (Slovenia): Sedimentology, geochemistry, and tectonic evolution. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie - Abhandlungen, 232, 77-125.
  65. Mandic, O., Harzhauser, M., Schlaf, J., Piller, W.E., Schuster, F., Wielandt-Schuster, U., Nebelsick, J.H., Kroh, A., Rögl, F. & Bassant, P. 2004: Palaeoenvironmental Reconstruction of an Epicontinental Flooding – Burdigalian (Early Miocene) of the Mut Basin (Southern Turkey). Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 248, 57 – 92.
  66. Kroh, A. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2003: Echinoid assemblages as a tool for palaeoenvironmental reconstruction - an example from the Early Miocene of Egypt. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology. 201, 157-177.
  67. Rasser, M.W. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2003: Provenance analysis of Oligocene autochthonous and allochthonous coralline algae: a quantitative approach towards reconstructing transported assemblages. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 201, 89-111.
  68. Nebelsick, J.H., Rasser, M. & Bassi, D. 2003: The Development of Facies Patterns of Middle Eocene to Lower Oligocene Circum-Alpine, Shallow Water Carbonate Environments. In: Prothero, D.R., Ivany, L.C. & Nesbitt, E. (eds) Greenhouse to Icehouse: The Marine Eocene-Oligocene Transition. Columbia Univ. Press. 471-491.
  69. Kowalewski, M. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2003: Predation on recent and fossil echinoids. In Kelley, P.H., Kowalewski, M. and Hansen, T.A., (eds), Predator-Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record: Topics in Geobiology Series, Plenum Press, Kluwer. 279-302.
  70. Nebelsick, J.H. & Kroh, A. 2002: The Stormy Path from Life to Death Assemblages: The Formation and Preservation of Mass Accumulations of Fossil Sand Dollars. Palaios, 17, 378-394.
  71. Kowalewski, M., Gürs, K., Nebelsick, J.H., Oschmann, W., Piller, W.E. & Hoffmeister, A.P. 2002: Multivariate Hierarchical Analyses of Miocene Mollusks of Europe: Paleogeographic, Biostratigraphic, and Paleoecological Implications. Geological Society of America, Bulletins, 114, 239-256.
  72. Schmiedl, G., Scherbacher, M., Bruch, A., Jelen, B., Nebelsick, J., Hemleben, C., Mosbrugger, V. & Rifelj, H. 2002: Paleoenvironmental evolution of the Paratethys in the Slovenian Basin during the Late Paleogene. International Journal of Earth Sciences, 91, 123-132.
  73. Nebelsick, J.H., Stingl, V. & Rasser, M. 2001: Autochthonous Facies and Allochthonous Debris Flows Compared: Early Oligocene Carbonate Facies Patterns of the Lower Inn Valley (Tyrol, Austria). Facies, 44, 31-46.
  74. Löffler, S.-B. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2001: Palaeoecological Aspects of the Lower Oligocene Paisslberg Formation based on Molluscs and Carbonates. In: Piller, W.E. & Rasser, M.W. (eds): Paleogene of the Eastern Alps. – Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Schriftenreihe der Erdwissenschaftlichen Kommission 14: 641-670.
  75. Kaiser, D., Rasser, M.W., Nebelsick, J.H. & Piller, W.E. 2001: Late Oligocene Algal Limestones on a Mixed Carbonate-Siliciclastic Ramp at the Southern Margin of the Bohemian Massif (Upper Austria). In: Piller, W.E. & Rasser, M.W. (eds): Paleogene of the Eastern Alps. – Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Schriftenreihe der Erdwissenschaftlichen Kommission, 14, 197-224.
  76. Bassi, D., Woelkerling, Wm.J. & Nebelsick J.H. 2000: A taxonomic and biostratigraphical re-assessment of Subteranniphylum (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) based on new material from Slovenia and Northern Italy. Palaeontology, 43, 405-425
  77. Bassi, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2000: Calcareous algae from the Lower Oligocene Gornji Grad Limestones of Northern Slovenia. Revista Italiana Palaeontologia e Stratigrafia, 106, 99-122.
  78. Nebelsick, J.H. & Bassi, D. 2000: Diversity, growth-forms and taphonomy: key factors controlling the fabric of coralline algal dominated shelf carbonates. In: Insalaco, E., Skelton, P.W. & Palmer, T.J. (eds): Carbonate Platform Systems: components and interactions. Geological Society Special Publications, 178, 89-107.
  79. Nebelsick, J.H., Drobne, K. & Bassi, D. 2000: Microfacies analysis and Palaeoenvironmental Interpretation of Lower Oligocene, shallow water carbonates (Gornji Grad Beds, Slovenia). Facies, 43, 157-176.
  80. Nebelsick, J.H. 1999a: Taphonomic comparison between Recent and fossil sand dollars. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 149, 349-358.
  81. Nebelsick, J.H. 1999b: Taphonomic legacy of predation on echinoids. In: Candia Carnevali, M.D. and Bonasoro, F. (eds): Echinoderm Research 1998, Balkema, Rotterdam. 347-352.
  82. Nebelsick, J.H. 1999c: Taphonomy of Clypeaster fragments: preservation and taphofacies. Lethaia, 32, 241-252.
  83. Nebelsick, J.H. & Kowalewski, M. 1999: Drilling Predation on Recent Clypeasteroid Echinoids from the Red Sea, Palaios, 14, 127-144.
  84. Nebelsick, J.H., Schmid, B. & Stachowitsch, M. 1997: The encrustation of fossil and recent sea-urchin tests: ecological and taphonomic significance. Lethaia, 30, 271-284.
  85. Betzler, C., Brachert, T. & Nebelsick, J.H. 1997: The warm temperate carbonate province: Facies, Zonations and delimitations. Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg, 201, 83-100.
  86. Nebelsick, J.H. & Kiene, W. 1997: Taphonomy: An Ecological Tool for Studies of Living and Fossil Reefs. in Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium 2, 1787-1788.
  87. Nebelsick, J.H. 1996a: Biodiversity of shallow-water Red Sea Echinoids: implications for the fossil record. Journal of the marine biological Association. U.K. 76, 185-194.
  88. Nebelsick, J.H. 1996b: Encrustation of small substrates in Tertiary limestones and their importance for carbonate sedimentation. In: Reitner, J., Neuweiler, F. & Gunkel, F. (eds): Global and regional controls on biogenic sedimentation, I Reef evolution. Göttinger Arbeiten zur Geologie und Paläontologie, Sb2, 161-167. Geologisches Institut, Göttingen.
  89. Nebelsick, J.H. 1995a: The uses and limitations of actuopalaeontological investigations on Echinoids. Geobios, M.S. 18, 329-336.
  90. Nebelsick, J.H. 1995b: Comparative taphonomy of Clypeasteroids. Eclogae geologicae Helvetiae, 88, 685-693.
  91. Nebelsick, J.H. 1995c: Actuopalaeontological investigations on echinoids: The potential for taphonomic interpretation. In - Emson, R.H., Smith, A.B. and Campbell, A.C. (eds): Echinoderm Research, A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam p. 209-214.
  92. Bosellini, F., Ben Moussa, A., Cahuzac, B., Chaix, C., Gonera, M., Johnson, K., Masse, J.P., Moissette, P., Mueller, P., Nebelsick, J.H., Piller, W., Raffi, S., Rage, A., Simone, L. & Studencka, B. 1994: Biodiversity in carbonate platforms. In: Saint Martin, J.P. & Cornee, J.J. (eds) Récifs et plates-formes carbonates miocènes de Méditerranée - Miocene reefs and carbonate platforms of the Mediterranean. Geologie Méditerranéenne. 21; 1-2, 165-167.
  93. Nebelsick, J.H. & Kampfer, S. 1994: Taphonomy of Clypeaster humilis and Echinodiscus auritus from the Red Sea. - in - David, B., Guille, A., Féral J.-P. & Roux, M. (eds): Echinoderms through time, Balkema, Rotterdam, 803-808.
  94. Nebelsick, J.H. 1992a: Components analysis of sediment composition in Early Miocene temperate carbonates of the Zogelsdorf Formation, Lower Austria. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 91, 59-69.
  95. Nebelsick, J.H. 1992b: Echinoid distribution by fragment identification in the Northern Bay of Safaga; Red Sea, Egypt. Palaios, 7, 2, 316-328.
  96. Nebelsick, J.H. 1992c: The Northern Bay of Safaga (Red Sea, Egypt): An actuopalaeontological approach. III Distribution of echinoids. Beiträge zur Paläontologie von Österreich, 17, 5-79.
  97. Nebelsick, J.H. 1989: Temperate water carbonate facies of the Early Miocene Paratethys (Zogelsdorf Formation, Lower Austria). Facies, 21, 11-40.

    Books, Special Publications & Book Section Editor:
     
  98. Nebelsick, J.H. 2012 (eds): Special proceedings volume of the “Taphos 2011” meeting (Tübingen, Germany, June 14th - 17th, 2011). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, 265, 97-218.
  99. Nebelsick, J.H., Rasser, M. & Bieg, U., 2009 (eds): The North Alpine Foreland Basin: Special volume of the 2008 Molasse Meeting. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie. 254, 1-260.
  100. Nebelsick, J.H. & Bassi, D. 2007 (eds): Proceedings of the 5th Regional Fossil Algal Symposium. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie. 244, 129-196.
  101. Heinzeller, Th. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2004 (eds): Echinoderms München. Proceedings of the 11th International Echinoderm Meeting. Taylor & Francis, Rotterdam. 633 pp.
  102. Gischler, E., Nebelsick, J.H., Oschmann, W., Korn, D. & Wendt, J. 1998: Übungen zur Paläontologie der Invertebraten. Tübinger Geowissenschaftliche Arbeiten (Geologische Skripten 2). 231 pp.
  103. Nebelsick, J.H. & Kiene, W. 1997 (eds): Taphonomy. Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, Panama. p. 1785-1830.

    Field Trip Guides, Abstract Volumes, Excavation Reports, Popular Literature etc.
     
  104. de Bruyn, G., Betz. O., Drack, M., Limpinsel , M. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2017. Funktionalistische, organische nd bionische Architektur. In Biologie beflügelt Architektur, Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde C. 82, 130-136
  105. Grun, T.B., von Scheven, M., Sonntag, D., Schwinn, T., Nebelsick. J.H., Bischoff, M., Knippers, J., Menges, A. 2017. Bauprinzipien und Strukturdesign von Seeigeln. In Biologie beflügelt Architektur, Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde C. 82, 82-93.
  106. Allgaier,C., Felbrich, B., Wulle, F., Khechine, E., Nebelsick, J.H., Menges, A., Reiter, G., Reiter, R., Verl, A., & Wurst. K.-H. 2017. Schnecken als lebendige 3D-Drucker: Ein Lehrstück für moderne Fertigungstechnik. In: Biologie beflügelt Architektur, Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde C. 82, 94-101.
  107. Nebelsick, J.H. 2016. Palaeontology in the Mile High City: The annual meeting of the Geological Society of America. Meeting reports. The Palaeontological Association Newsletter, 93, 48-49.
  108. Posenato, R., Bassi, D. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2014. Field Trip Guide: Tonezza del Cimone, Vicenza. 7th International Meeting on Taphonomy and Fossilization, 10th-13th September, 2014, Ferrara, Italy, 28 p.
  109. Rasser, M.W., Battenstein, M. Dynowski, J.F., Friedrich, J.-P. Göhringer, F., Grein, M., Joachim, C., Kamenz, M., Kapitzke, M., Koblizek, P., Lehmkuhl, A., Nebelsick, J.H., Rieter, M. & Roth-Nebelsick, A. (2013). Ein neues Sedimentprofil vom Randecker Maar (Unter/Mittelmiozän, Schwäbische Alb). A new sedimentary section from the Miocene Randeck Maar (Early/Middle Miocene, Swabian Alb, Southern Germany). Jahresbericht und Mitteilungen des oberrheinischen geologischen Vereins, 95, 323-336.
  110. Nebelsick, J.H. 2012. Solnhofen Exkursion Guide – June 4th 2012. Symposium on Turtle Evolution, June 1st-June 4th, 2012, Department of Geosciences, University of Tübingen.
  111. Nebelsick J.H., Friedrich J.-P. & Dynowski J.F. (eds), 2011. 6th International Meeting on Taphonomy and Fossilization. Taphos 2011. Tübingen, 14th-17th June 2011. Abstract volume. Annali dell’Università di Ferrara, Sez. Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica, volume speciale. Programm and Abstracts, 1-95. annali.unife.it/museologia/sp11volume.pdf
  112. Nebelsick, J.H. 2011. Short Introduction to the Jurassic of Southern Germany. In: Field trip guide, 6th International Meeting on Taphonomy and Fossilization. Taphos 2011. Tübingen, 14th-17th June 2011, 1-6.
  113. Nebelsick, J.H., Friedrich J.-P., Dynowski J.F. & Schmid-Röhl, A. 2011. Posidonia Shale and Blaubeuron. In: Field trip guide, 6th International Meeting on Taphonomy and Fossilization. Taphos 2011. Tübingen, 14th-17th June 2011, 7-18.
  114. Nebelsick, J.H. & Joyce, W. 2011. The Solnhofen Plattenkalke. In: Field trip guide, 6th International Meeting on Taphonomy and Fossilization. Taphos 2011. Tübingen, 14th-17th June 2011, 29-39.
  115. Schauer, M., Rasser, M.W. & Nebelsick, J. 2011. Landschaftsgeschichte, Tertiär und Oberjura im Hochsträß und Schmiechtal, (Exkursion L am 30. April 2011). Jahresberichte und Mitteilungen des Oberrheinischen Geologischen Vereins, N. F. 93, 429–447.
  116. Nickel, K.G., Presser, V., Schultheiß, S., Berthold, C., Kohler, C., Nebelsick, J.H., Grossmann, N., Stegmaier, T., Finckh, H. & Vohrer, A. 2009. Seeigelstachel als Modell für stoffdurchlässige Einschlagschutzsysteme. In: Kesel, A.B. & Zehren, D. (Eds) Bionik: Patente aus der Natur, Bionik-Innovations-Centrum Bremen, Bremen p. 26-36.
  117. Bieg, U. Nebelsick, J.H. & Rasser, M.W. 2008: Ursendorf. Field trip guide - May 16th, Molasse Group Meeting: 16th – 17th May, 2008, Stuttgart, pp 7-9.
  118. Nebelsick, J.H., 2008 (ed.): The North Alpine Foreland Basin: 2008 Molasse Meeting. Abstract Volume. 1-30.
  119. Maisch, M. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2006: Mosasaurier Platecarpus coryphaeus (Cope, 1872) Achtunddreissig Dinge. Schätze aus den Natur- und Kulturwissenschaftlichen Sammlungen der Universität Tübingen. 66-67.
  120. Rasser, M.W. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2006: Die Erminger Turritellenplatte. Fossilien 4/2006, 220-225.
  121. Rasser, M.W., Bieg, U. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2006: Molasse.net: Ein Netzwerk für die Erforschung der Molassezone, GMIT – Geowissenschaftliche Mitteilungen, 26, Dez. 2006, 16-17.
  122. Kroh, A., & Nebelsick, J.H. 2005: Stachelige Leckerbissen, Natur und Museum, 136, 6-13.
  123. Heinzeller, Th. & Nebelsick, J.H. 2004: Editorial. In: Heinzeller, Th. & Nebelsick, J.H. Echinoderms Munich. Proceedings of the 11th International Echinoderm Meeting. Taylor & Francis, Rotterdam. vii.
  124. Nebelsick, J.H. 2001: Bohrmuschel jagt Seeigel. Räuberei in der Tierwelt vor 100 Millionen Jahren – dokumentiert am Doberg. Herforder Heimatblatt - Donnerstag, 13 September, 2001.
  125. Nebelsick, J.H. 2001: Steinreich mit Geld vom Meer. National Geographic Deutschland. November 2001, p. 22.
  126. Hemleben, C., Mosbrugger V., Nebelsick, J.H, Gebka, M., Köhler, J., Löffler, S., Scherbacher, M., Schiebel, A. & Schmiedl, G. 1997: Klima- und Ökosystementwicklung im Oligozän/Miozän des Ostalpenraumes. SFB 275 – Bericht 1994-1997 185-226. Tübingen.
  127. Oschmann, W., Nebelsick, J, Wesselingh, F. & Wranik, W. 1996: Benthic Biology and Actuopalaeontology. In: Hemleben, C., Roether, W. & Stoffers, P. (eds) Meteor-Berichte. 96-4 Östliches Mittelmeer, Rotes Meer, Arabisches Meer, Cuise No. 31. p. 94-98, Leitstelle METEOR, Hamburg.
  128. Hemleben, C., Mosbrugger V., Nebelsick, J.H., Bruch, A., Mühlstrasser, T., Schmiedl, G. & Utescher, T. 2000: Klima- und Ökosystementwicklung im Oligozän/Miozän des Ostalpenraumes. SFB 275 – Bericht 1998-2000 141-176. Tübingen.
  129. Nebelsick, J.H. 1991: Sand-Dollar. In: Steininger, F.F. & Piller, W. (eds) Eggenburg am Meer: Eintauchen in die Erdgeschichte; Katalogreihe des Krahuletz-Museums, Eggenburg, 12, 75-79.
  130. Nebelsick, J.H., Jenke, Y. & Steininger, F.F. 1991: Der "Weiße Stein" von Eggenburg. In: Steininger, F.F. und Piller, W. (eds) Eggenburg am Meer: Eintauchen in die Erdgeschichte; Katalogreihe des Krahuletz -Museums, Eggenburg, 12, 103-114.
  131. Nebelsick, J.H., Roetzel, R., Steininger, F.F., Rupp, Ch. & Jenke, Y. 1991: Eggenburg, Brunnstube. In: Steininger, F.F. und Roetzel, R. (eds) Die tertiären Molassesedimente am Ostrand der Böhmischen Masse, Österreichische Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Eggenburg, 86-90.
  132. Nebelsick, J.H., Steininger, F.F., Vavra, N. & Piller, W. 1991: Zogelsdorf, Johannes-Steinbruch. In: Steininger, F.F. und Roetzel, R. (eds) Die tertiären Molassesedimente am Ostrand der Böhmischen Masse, Österreichische Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Eggenburg, 97-98.
  133. Steininger, F.F., Roetzel, R., Pervesler, P., Nebelsick, J.H. & Jenke, Y. 1991: Maigen, Sandgrube Stranzl. In: Steininger, F.F. und Roetzel, R. (eds) Die tertiären Molassesedimente am Ostrand der Böhmischen Masse, Österreichische Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Eggenburg, 105-110.
  134. Nebelsick, J.H., Piller, W., Roetzel, R. & Steininger, F.F. 1991: Großreipersdorf, Steinbruch Hatei. In: Steininger, F.F. und Roetzel, R. (eds) Die tertiären Molassesedimente am Ostrand der Böhmischen Masse, Österreichische Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Eggenburg, 111-113.
  135. Nebelsick, J.H., Steininger F.F., Vavra, N. & Jenke, Y. 1991: Limberg, Steinbruch Hengl. In: Steininger, F.F. und Roetzel, R. (eds) Die tertiären Molassesedimente am Ostrand der Böhmischen Masse, Österreichische Paläontologische Gesellschaft, Eggenburg, 116-118.
  136. Steininger, F.F., Roetzel, R., Pervesler, P., Nebelsick, J.H. & Jenke, Y. 1991: Haltepunkt 1: Maigen - Sandgrube Stranzl. Arbeitstagung der Geologischen Bundesanstalt, 1991, 161-165.
  137. Nebelsick, J.H., Steininger, F.F., Vavra, N. & Piller, W. 1991: Haltepunkt 5: Zogelsdorf – Johannesbruch. Arbeitstagung der Geologischen Bundesanstalt, 1991, 173-174.
  138. Nebelsick, J.H., Roetzel, R., Steininger, F.F., Rupp, Ch. & Jenke, Y. 1991: Haltepunkt 6: Eggenburg - Brunnstube. Arbeitstagung der Geologischen Bundesanstalt, 1991, 174-177.
  139. Nebelsick, J.H., Steininger F.F., Vavra, N. & Jenke, Y. 1991: Haltepunkt 16: Limberg - Steinbruch Hengl. Arbeitstagung der Geologischen Bundesanstalt 1991, 198-201.
  140. Cichocki, O., Nebelsick, J.H. & Zetter, R. 1988: A farewell to Wilhelm Klaus. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 56, 1-4.
  141. Nebelsick, J.H. 1981: Caves and Fossils, Cambridge Underground 1981, 36-37.

Conference, meeting, session & workshop organisation:

 

  1. 1996 - 8th International Coral Reefs Symposium 1996, Panama: Session title: Taphonomy of Coral Reefs. Session organizers: J.H. Nebelsick & B. Kiene.
  2. 2003 - Workshop, Oligo-Miocene shallow water carbonates: biogenic components and facies. Ferrara, Italy, June 16th -17th, 2003: Organizers: D. Bassi & J.H. Nebelsick.
  3. 2004 - 11th International Echinoderm Conference, Oct, 6th - 10th, 2003, Munich, Germany. Session title: Taphonomy of Echinoderms. Session organizer: J.H. Nebelsick.
  4. 2005 - 5th Regional Symposium of the International Fossil Algae Association, Ferrara, Italy. Organizers: D. Bassi, A. Fugagnoli & J.H. Nebelsick.
  5. 2005 - Symposium in honor of Wolf-Ernst Reif´s 60th and Frank Westphal´s 75th Birthday. July 1st 2005, Tübingen, Germany: Principal organizer: J.H. Nebelsick
  6. 2006 - 9th Crafoord Symposium, Tübingen, Germany: Trilobites – Trilobiten, 28th April, 2006: Principal organizer: J.H. Nebelsick
  7. 2009 - Molasse Meeting, Stuttgart, Germany, May 15th - 17th, 2008: Organizers: M. Rasser, J.H. Nebelsick & U. Bieg.
  8. 2010 - European Geological Union (EGU Vienna, Austria): Session title: The stratigraphic context of taphonomy and palaeoecology: Reconstructing deep time changes in palaeoenvironments and sedimentary systems. Session organizers: J.H. Nebelsick, M. Zuschin & A. Tomasovych.
  9. 2011 - Taphos 2011, Tübingen, Germany June 14th – 17th, 2011: Principal organizer: J.H. Nebelsick
  10. 2012 - 29th IAS Meeting on Sedimentology, Schladming, Austria: Session title: Calcareous algae and carbonate platforms. Session organizers: I.I. Bucur, E. Samankassou & J.H Nebelsick.
  11. 2012 - Centenary Meeting of the Paläontologischen Gesellschaft, Sept. 24th - 29th 2012, Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Germany. Session title: Taphonomy – Preservation of Ecological and Biogeographic Attributes in the Sedimentary Record: Session organizers: J.H. Nebelsick, M. Zuschin & A. Tomasovych.
  12. 2013 - 15th Crafoord Symposium, Tübingen: Ammonites: Organizer: J.H. Nebelsick.
  13. 2013 - Joint meeting of the DMG, GV and Sediment Section, 16th - 19th Sept. 2013, Tübingen, Germany. Sediment Section Organisers: J.H. Nebelsick & T. Aigner
  14. 2013 - Joint meeting of the DMG, GV and Sediment Section, 16th - 19th Sept. 2013, Tübingen, Germany. Carbonate Session Organisers: J.H. Nebelsick & T. Aigner
  15. 2014 - NAPC Florida Museum of Natural History. S15: Ecological fidelity and resolution of the fossil record across broad spatial and temporal scales. A. Tomašových, J. Miller, J.H. Nebelsick, & M. Zuschin
  16. 2015 - European Geological Union (EGU Vienna, Austria): Conservation & Stratigraphic Palaeobiology: Deep-time to Recent (sponsored by PalAss) Convener: J.H. Nebelsick; Co-Conveners: P.G. Albano , A. Tomasovych, W. Kiessling , A. Kaim & S. Danise.
  17. 2016 - European Geological Union (EGU Vienna, Austria): Evaluating historical changes in past ecosystems with conservation paleobiology, stratigraphic palaeobiology and biomineralization (sponsored by PalAss). Convener: J. H. Nebelsick; Co-Conveners: M. Zuschin , F. Gill , L. Harper , C. V. Ullmann.
  18. 2017 - DFG Transregio 141: Colloquium - 08.09.2017 in Tübingen: Convener: J.H. Nebelsick
  19. 2018 – 5th International Palaeontology Congress, Paris IPC5: Shell beds through time: implications for paleoecology, taphonomy and evolution. Co-conveners: J.H. Nebelsick, M. Zuschin & A. Tomašových
  20. 2018 – 16th International Echinoderm Conference in Nagoya, Japan: Non-destructive high-resolution imaging approaches in biology: Co-conveners: T. Grun & J.H. Nebelsick