Prof. Dr. Frank Riedel

Frank Riedel
Image Credit: J. Evers

Geologische Wissenschaften

Fachrichtung Paläontologie

Professor

Address Malteserstrasse 74-100, Haus D
Room D.025
D-12249 Berlin
Telephone +49(0)30 838 70283
Email paleobio@zedat.fu-berlin.de

Office hours

according to the arrangement

Film, Magazin und Radio

Ein Labor am Geburtsort der Menschheit Ein Labor am Geburtsort der Menschheit -
Über die Geschichte eines Paläo-Sees im südlichen Afrika
Artikel im Online-Magazin campus.leben der Freien Universität Berlin (2016)
Stumme Zeugen des Klimawandels -
Was uns Affenbrotbäume über das Erdklima verraten
Artikel im Wissenschaftsmagazin fundiert der Freien Universität Berlin (2015)
Tatort Uni Der Geowissenschaftler Frank Riedel begibt sich in seiner Freizeit in gefährliche Gefilde: Er schreibt Krimis
Artikel im Online-Magazin campus.leben der Freien Universität Berlin (2015)
Paläontologen als Zukunftsforscher gefragt Unterschätzte Disziplin -
Paläontologen als Zukunftsforscher gefragt
Radio-Gespräch, "ZEITFRAGEN", Deutschlandradio Kultur (2015)
Geowissenschaftliches Projekt in Botswana Ein See verschwindet -
Geowissenschaftliches Projekt in Botsuana
Pressemitteilung der Freien Universität Berlin vom 14.09.2015
Kaspisches Meer

Schatztruhe Kaspisches Meer -
wie sie dem Ölboom zum Opfer fällt
Radio-Gespräch, "Weltsichten", RBB Inforadio (2007)

Das Rätsel der ersten Amerikaner Heiße Spur am Monte Verde -
Das Rätsel der ersten Amerikaner
Fernsehfolge (45 min) der Serie "Expidition" im ZDF (2006)
Klimawandel

Dem Klimawandel auf der Spur
Radio-Gespräch, "Vis à vis", RBB Inforadio (2005)

Das Rätsel von Ladakh Das Rätsel von Ladakh
Fernsehfolge (45 min) der Serie "Einsteins Erben" im ZDF (2005)
Bohren im Klima-Archiv

Bohren im Klima-Archiv
FOKUS, 2005;8:86-87

Das Kaspische Meer Das Kaspische Meer
Fernsehfolge (45 min) der Serie " Europas vergessene Küste" ARTE (2005)
Die aus dem Weltall kommen Die aus dem Weltall kommen
Fernsehfolge (45 min) der Serie "Humboldts Erben" im ZDF (2001)
Curriculum vitae
  • Since 11/2011 Guest Professor at Yunnan Normal University, China
  • Since 7/2001 Director of the Interdisciplinary Centre of Ecosystem Dynamics in Central Asia of the Freie Universität Berlin
  • Since 3/2001 Appointed co-director of the Sino-German Center of Arid Environment and Paleoclimate Research, Lanzhou University, China
  • Since 1/2001 Professor of palaeobiology at the Institute of Geological Sciences of the Freie Universität Berlin
  • 1994-2000 Assistant professor (wissenschaftl. Assistent) at the Institute of Palaeontology of the Freie Universität Berlin
  • 1992-1994 Post-Doc at the Geological and Palaeontological Institute and Museum of Hamburg University
  • 1990-1992 PhD-student at the Geological and Palaeontological Institute and Museum of Hamburg University
  • 1984-1990 Student of biology and geology/palaeontology at Hamburg University
  • 1980-1984 Sailor
  • 9/1961 Born in Elmshorn, Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany

A wide range of different lectures has been taught by me during my scientific career with special emphasis on the palaeobiology of invertebrates, ecosystem dynamics and environmental change. My favourite courses are practical training courses, either in respect of marine or in respect of terrestrial-lacustrine (palaeo-) ecosystems and (palaeo-) environments respectively.

See also B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Geological Sciences curriculae which you can find via the FU Berlin homepage.

Scientific Scope

There are three avenues of research in which I am mainly interested and which are partly interlinked:

1. Environmental Change

In 2001 the Interdisciplinary Centre for Ecosystem Dynamics in Central Asia (EDCA) was founded which acts as an umbrella and coordination organisation of several research groups of the Freie Universität Berlin. These are groups from Natural Sciences as well as from Social Sciences having the same goal of trying to understand the processes of the late Quaternary environmental change in Central Asia.

2. Ancient Lakes

There is a dozen of lakes on our planet which differ from the other tens of thousands extant lakes in respect of their geological age and their unique fauna and flora. These are e.g. the Siberian Lake Baikal, the Mongolian Khubsugul, the Kyrgyzian Issyk-Kul, the Japanese Lake Biwa, the Indonesian Malili- Lakes, the East-African-Rift lakes Tanganyika and Malawi, the Peruvian-Bolivian Lake Titicaca and, in Europe, Lake Ohrid.

In September 2006 the FU Berlin hosted the 4th International Symposium on Speciation in Ancient Lakes (SIAL)

3. Molluscs

Generally I am interested in all molluscs but particularly in Caenozoic gastropods which are the most important organisms in my research. These have usually a good fossil record and are also extant in most actual ecosystems, from the deep sea to the high mountain areas. My publication list will give you an impression of the range of approaches.

Research projects

Current

  • Rekonstruktion eines Paläo-Seesystems am UNESCO Weltkulturerbe Tsodilo Hills, Kalahari, Botsuana: MIS3 und MIS2 Ökosystemdynamik und Klima-, Wetter- und Umweltvariation, abgeleitet von Sedimentationsprozessen und Bioindikatoren; DFG RI809/34-1; since 2015

  • Exploring the potential of δ 18O and δ 13C in pollen for reconstruction of Quaternary palaeo-climate focussing seasonal variations of climate quantities (temperature, moisture, solar radiation): Pilot study towards a comprehensive calibration of stable isotopes in modern pollen from selected European plant taxa; DFG RI 809/33-1; since 2015
  • Assessment of stable isotope time series from Baobab trees (Adansonia digitata) as a high-resolution climate archive for (semi-)arid Africa for the last Millennium; DFG RI 809/ 32-1, since 2015
  • Asian monsoon weather and climate and lake system changes on the Yunnan Plateau during the late Holocene inferred from sclerochronological isotope patterns of gastropod shells and sediments from Xingyun and Fuxian lakes (Yunnan, China)  DFG RI 809/29;  RI 809/31; since 2013
  • Late Pleistocene and Holocene climate change in the most continental part of Central Asia PI Mischke, DFG RI 809/27 Since 2011

  • Age, development and Limnology of extant Tibetan Plateau lakes: A reconstruction based on phylogeography and palaeoecology of the gastropod genus Radix
    DFG RI 809/21; since 2008

Passed

  • The role of the Pleistocene mega-lake Palaeo-Makgadikgadi, Kalahari, for the biodiversity and biogeography of modern non-marine aquatic organisms of southern Africa, with special focus on riverine gastropods
    DFG RI 809/20; Ri 809/23; since 2007
  • Himalaya: Modern and Past Climates - Reconstructing Holocene climatic oscillations in the Indian monsoon system using cores from Himalayan (Manasbal, Tso Moiri) and central Indian (Lonar) lakes DFG RI 809/24 Since 2010
  • Phylogeographical analyses of Patagonian terrestrial gastropods as a tool for understanding regional late Quaternary glacial dynamics
    DFG RI 809/19; from 2006 - 2007

  • Interstadial and Interglacial periods of the Late Quaternary environmental history of the Arctic reconstructed with the aid of organismic remains from permafrost sequences of NE-Siberia
    DFG RI 809/17, FR 877/15-1, SCHI 975/1-1; from 2006 - 2009

  • Dynamics of the Indian Monsoon since the Mid Holocene: High-resolution multiproxy studies on the Tso Kar basin in the arid high mountain area of Ladakh (NW-India)
    DFG Ri 809/15; from 2004 - 2009

  • Shells of Corbicula (Bivalvia) as environmental proxy for palaeoecological reconstructions
    DFG RI 809/13; from 2003 - 2006

  • The phylogeography of pyrgulid gastropods: Evolutionary processes in the context of the palaeogeographical dynamics of the central and eastern Paratethys and Ponto-Caspian region respectively and of the northeastern Mediterranean
    DFG Ri 809/12; from 2003 - 2005

  • Holocene climate development in NW China: Analysis of plant macro-fossils and their oxygen, hydrogen and carbon isotopic signal
    DFG Ri/11; from 2003 - 2005

  • Holocene paleohydrography and climate variability of the Zigetang lake, Tibetan Plateau derived from laminated sediments
    GZ 059, Sino-German Center of Science Promotion; from 2002-2003

  • Evolutionary ecology and biogeography of Caspian Sea gastropods
    DFG Ri 809/8; from 2000-2001

  • Palaeoecological and palaeobiogeographical studies on limnic Late Caenozoic molluscs from Inner Mongolia with regard to climate interpretation
    DFG Ri 809/5; from 1998-2001

  • Origin and evolution of the higher Caenogastropoda.
    DFG Ri 809/2; from 1996 to 1998

  • Evolutionary ecology of Lake Baikal gastropods
    DFG Ri 809/1; DFG Ri 809/6-1; and: DAAD, State Berlin (ABM), FU Berlin (FK), from 1995-1999

  • Late Pleistocene and Holocene climate variability and environmental changes in high mountain ranges: Document from the closed Hala Hu (Har lake), northern Tibetan Plateau
    GZ 059, Sino-German Center of Science Promotion; from 2002-2003

Co-applicant

  • Holocene climatic variability and evolution of human settlement in the Aral Sea basin
    H. Oberhänsli, Potsdam: INTAS 436 Rus 113/663/0-1(A); DFG Ob 86/3; from 2002-2005

  • Biogeographical patterns and speciation processes of bivalves and gastropods from the brackish to freshwater Paratethys since the Pannonian (Middle Miocene), with special focus on the molluscan fauna of the Caspian Sea
    K. Bandel, Hamburg: DFG Ba 675/30; from 2002-2004

  • On the taxonomy, phylogeny, biostratigraphy and palaeogeography of Middle to Upper Jurassic gastropods from central and eastern Europe
    H. Keupp, Berlin: DFG Ke 322/28; from 2001-2003

  • Investigation of lake history and micro-organisms of Bosten Lake, Xinjiang, China.
    B. Wünnemann, Berlin: DFG Wu 290/2; from 1999-2001

  • Taxonomy, phylogeny and biostratigraphy of Jurassic gastropods (particularly Middle Jurassic) from Germany and Poland
    H. Keupp, Berlin: DFG Ke 322/20; from 1998 bis 2001

  • Phylogeny and evolutionary ecology of Jurassic gastropods from Normandy
    H. Keupp, Berlin: DFG Ke 322/15; from 1995-1997

  • Evolution of gastropods in the Miocene Pannonian long-lived lake
    K. Bandel, Hamburg: DFG Ba/18; from 1995-1997

Selected Papers

  • Riedel F, Henderson ACG, Heußner K-U, Kaufmann G, Kossler A, Leipe C,  Shemang E, Taft L, 2014: Dynamics of a Kalahari long-lived mega-lake system: hydromorphological and limnological changes in the Makgadikgadi Basin (Botswana) during the terminal 50 ka, Hydrobiologia 739: 25-53

  • Leipe C, Demske D, Tarasov PE, Wünnemann B, Riedel F, HIMPAC Project Members, 2014: Potential of pollen and non-pollen palynomorph records from Tso Moriri (Trans-Himalaya, NW India) for reconstructing Holocene limnology and human–environmental interactions, Quaternary International 348: 113-129

  • Schultheiß R, Bocxlaer BV, Riedel F, von Rintelen T, Albrecht C, 2014: Disjunct distributions of freshwater snails testify to a central role of the Congo system in shaping biogeographical patterns in Africa, BMC Evolutionary Biology 14: 42

  • Taft L, Mischke S, Wiechert U, Leipe C, Rajabov I, Riedel F, 2014: Sclerochronological oxygen and carbon isotope ratios in Radix (Gastropoda) shells indicate changes of glacial meltwater flux and temperature since 4,200 cal yr BP at Lake Karakul, eastern Pamirs (Tajikistan), Journal of Paleolimnology 52: 27-41

  • Albrecht C, von Rintelen T, Sereda S, Riedel F, 2014: Evolution of ancient lake bivalves: the Lymnocardiinae (Cardiidae) of the Caspian Sea, Hydrobiologia 739: 85-94

  • Taft L, Wiechert U, Zhang HC, Lei GL, Mischke S, Plessen B, Weynell M, Winkler A, Riedel F, 2013 Oxygen and carbon isotope patterns archived in shells of the aquatic gastropod Radix: Hydrologic and climatic signals across the Tibetan Plateau in sub-monthly resolution. Quaternary International 290-291: 282-298

  • Von Oheimb P, Albrecht C, Riedel F, Bössneck U, Zhang HC, Wilke T 2013 Testing the role of the Himalaya Mountains as a dispersal barrier in freshwater gastropods (Gyraulus spp.). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 109: 526-534

  • Taft L, Wiechert U, Riedel F, Weynell M, Zhang HC 2012 Sub-seasonal oxygen and carbon isotope variations in shells of modern Radix sp. (Gastropoda) from the Tibetan Plateau: Potential of a new archive for palaeoclimate studies. Quaternary Science Reviews 34: 44-56

  • Riedel F, Erhardt S, Chauke C, Kossler A, Shemang E Tarasov P 2012 Evidence for a permanent lake in Sua Pan (Kalahari, Botswana) during the early centuries of the last millennium indicated by distribution of Baobab trees (Adansonia digitata) on “Kubu Island”. Quaternary International 253: 67-73

  • Von Oheimb PV, Albrecht C, Riedel F, Du LN, Yang JX, Aldridge DC, Bößneck U, Zhang HC, Wilke T 2011 Freshwater biogeography and limnological evolution of the Tibetan Plateau – Insights from a plateau-wide distributed gastropod taxon (Radix spp.). PLoS ONE 6, e26307

  • Riedel F, Kossler A, Tarasov P, Wünnemann B 2011 A study on Holocene foraminifera from the Aral Sea and West Siberian lakes and its implication for migration pathways. Quaternary International 229: 105-111

  • Bezrukova EV, Tarasov PE, Solovieva N, Krivonogov SK, Riedel F 2010 Last glacial-interglacial vegetation and environmental dynamics in southern Siberia: chronology, forcing and feedbacks. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 296: 185-198

  • Sitnikova T, Soldatenko E, Kamaltynov R, Riedel F 2010 The finding of North American freshwater gastropods of the genus Planorbella Haldeman, 1842 (Pulmonata: Planorbidae) in East Siberia. Aquatic Invasions 5: 201-205

  • Wünnemann B, Demske D, Tarasov P, Kotlia BS, Reinhardt C, Bloemendal J, Diekmann B, Hartmann K, Krois J, Riedel F, Arya N 2010 Hydrological evolution during the last 15 kyr in the Tso Kar lake basin (Ladakh, India), derived from geomorphological, sedimentological and palynological records. Quaternary Science Reviews 29: 1138-1155

  • Keupp H, Riedel F 2010 Remarks on the possible function of the apophyses of the Middle Jurassic microconch ammonite Ebrayiceras sulcatum (ZIETEN 1830), with a discussion on the palaeobiology of Aptychophora in general. Neues Jahrbuch Geologie und Paläontologie 255: 301-314

  • Riedel F, von Rintelen T, Erhardt S, Kossler A 2009 A fossil Potadoma (Gastropoda: Pachychilidae) from Pleistocene central Kalahari fluvio-lacustrine sediments. Hydrobiologia 636: 493–498

  • Demske D, Tarasov PE, Wünnemann B, Riedel F 2009 Late glacial and Holocene vegetation, Indian monsoon and westerly circulation dynamics in the Trans-Himalaya recorded in the pollen profile from the Tso Kar, Ladakh, NW India. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 279: 172-185

  • Rudaya N, Tarasov P, Dorofeyuk N, Solovieva N, Kalugin I, Andreev A, Daryin A, Diekmann B, Riedel F, Tserendash N, Wagner M 2009 Holocene environments and climate in the Mongolian Altai reconstructed from the Hoton-Nur pollen and diatom records: a step towards better understanding climate dynamics in Central Asia. Quaternary Science Reviews 28: 540-554

  • Filippov A, Riedel F 2009 The Late Holocene mollusc fauna of the Aral Sea and its biogeographical and ecological interpretation. Limnologica 39: 67-85

  • Kohring R, Riedel F, Zobel K (eds) 2009 Zum 60. Geburtstag von Prof. Dr. Helmut Keupp. Berliner paläobiologische Abhandlungen 10: 1-371

  • Wilke T, Väinölä R, Riedel F (eds) 2008 Patterns and processes of speciation in ancient lakes. Developments in Hydrobiology 205, pp. 235, Springer

  • Wünnemann B, Reinhardt C, Kotlia BS, Riedel F 2008 Observations on the relationship betwen lake formation, permafrost activity and Lithalsa development during the last 20 000 years in the Tso Kar Basin, Ladakh, India. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 19: 341-358

  • Pachang, R., Nigam, R., Riedel, F., Janssen, A. & U Ko Yi Hla 2007. A review of the studies on pteropods from the northern Indian Ocean region with a report on the pteropods of Irrawaddy continental shelf off Myanmar (Burma). Indian Journal of Marine Sciences 36: 384-398.

  • Tarasov, P., Bezrukova, E., Karabanov, E., Nakagawa, T, Wagner, M., Kulagina, N., Letunova, P., Abzaeva, A., Granoszewski, W. & Riedel, F. 2007. Vegetation and climate dynamics during the Holocene and Eemian interglacials derived from Lake Baikal pollen record. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 252: 440-457.

  • Coulter, G., Langenberg, V., Lowe-McConnell, R., Riedel, F., Roest, F., Sarvala, J. & Timoshkin, O. 2006. Survival of Ancient Lake Biodiversity. International Association of Theoretical & Applied Limnology 29(3): 1178-1181.

  • Kossler, A., Kohring, R. & Riedel, F. (Hrsg.) 2006. Speciation in Ancient Lakes, SIAL 4. Abstracts of the international symposium in Berlin, September 4-8, 2006. Berliner paläobiologische Abhandlungen 9: 1-70.

  • Redman, C.L., Crumley, C.L., Hassan, F., Hole, F., Morais, J., Riedel, F., Scarborough, V.L., Tainter, J.A., Turchin, P. & Yasuda, Y. 2006. Millennial perspectives on the dynamic interaction of climate, people and resources. In: Costanza R, Graumlich LJ, Steffen W (eds), Sustainability or collapse? An integrated history and future of people on Earth, pp. 115-148.

  • Riedel, F., Audzijonyte, A. & Mogue, N. 2006. Aliens associating with Caspian endemic bivalves. Biological Invasions 8: 1067-1071.

  • Herzschuh, U., Zhang, C, Mischke, S., Herzschuh, R., Mohammadi, F., Mingram, B., Kürschner, H. & Riedel, F. 2005. A late Quaternary lake record from the Qilian Mountains (NW China): evolution of the primary production and the water depth reconstructed from macrofossil, pollen, biomarker and isotope data. Global and Planetary Change 46: 361-379.

  • Mischke, S., Herzschuh, U., Zhang, C., Bloemendal, J. & Riedel, F. 2005. A late Quaternary lake record from the Qilian Mountains (NW China): lake level and salinity changes inferred from sediment properties and ostracod assemblages. Global and Planetary Change 46: 337-359.

  • Szarowska, M., Falniowski, A., Riedel, F. & Wilke, T. 2005. Phylogenetic relationships of the subfamily Pyrgulinae (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Hydrobiidae) with emphasis on the genus Dianella Gude, 1913. Zootaxa 891:1-32.

  • Röpstorf, P. & Riedel, F. 2004. Deep water gastropods endemic to Lake Baikal - a SEM study on protoconchs and radulae. Journal of Conchology 38(3): 253-282.

  • Hausdorf, B., Röpstorf, P. & Riedel, F. 2003. Relationships and origin of endemic Lake Baikal gastropods (Caenogastropoda: Rissooidea) based on mitochondrial DNA sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 26: 435-443.

  • Ivanov, A., Coulter, G., Timoshkin, O. & Riedel, F. (Eds.) 2003. Proceedings of the International symposium Speciation in Ancient Lakes, SIAL III, Irkutsk, September 2-7, 2002. Berliner paläobiologische Abhandlungen 4: 1-200.

  • Krivonogov, S.K.; Bezrukova, E.V.; Takahara, H. & Riedel, F. 2003. Lake Hovsgol in the Late Pleistocene and Holocene: On-land geological evidences for a change in its level. In: K. Kashiwaya (ed.), Long Continental Records from Lake Baikal, Springer Verlag.

  • Mischke, S.; Wünnemann, B. & Riedel, F. (Eds.) 2003. Environmental Change in Central Asia. Abstracts of the International Symposium in Berlin, March 10-15, 2003. Berliner paläobiologische Abhandlungen 2: 1-145.

  • Riedel, F.; Mischke, S. & Wünnemann, B. 2003. On the Ancient-Lake-Status of the Chinese Bosten Hu (Xinjiang). Proceedings of the International Symposium Speciation In Ancient Lakes, SIAL III, Irkutsk, September 2-7, 2002. Berliner paläobiologische Abhandlungen 4: 97-104.

  • Wünnemann, B.; Chen, F.; Riedel, F.; Zhang, C.; Mischke, S.; Chen, G.; Demske, D. & Ming, J. 2003. Holocene deposits of Lake Bosten, Xinjiang, China. Chinese Science Bulletin 48(14): 1429-1432.

  • Mischke, S.; Fuchs, D.; Riedel, F. & Schudack, M.E. 2002. Mid to Late Holocene palaeoenvironment of Lake Eastern Juyanze (NW China) based on ostracods and stable isotopes. Geobios 35: 99-110.

  • Röpstorf, P.; Healy, J.M.; Sitnikova, T. & Riedel, F. 2002. Comparative sperm ultrastructure of baikalian endemic prosobranch gastropods. Journal of Molluscan Studies 68: 111-126.

  • Riedel, F.; Healy, J.; Röpstorf, P. & Sitnikova, T. 2001. Ecology, shell morphology, anatomy and spermatozoa of the caenogastropod Pyrgula annulata, with a discussion of the relationship between the `Pyrgulidae` and Caspian and Baikalian rissooideans. Limnologica 31(4): 289-302.

  • Sitnikova, T., Röpstorf, P. & Riedel, F. 2001. Reproduction, duration of embryogenesis, egg capsules and protoconchs of gastropods of the family Baicaliidae (Caenogastropoda) endemic to Lake Baikal. Malacologia 43: 59-85.

  • Aberhan, M.; Riedel, F. & Gloy, U. 2000. The mollusk fauna from the Guimarota mine. In: Martin, T. & Krebs, B. (Hrsg.): Guimarota, a Jurassic ecosystem: 37-40.

  • Riedel, F. 2000. Ursprung und Evolution der höheren Caenogastropoda. Berliner geowiss. Abh. E 32: 1-240, 21 Tafeln.

  • Walther, M.; Janzen, J.; Riedel, F. & Keupp, H. (Eds.) 2000. State and Dynamics of Geosciences and Human Geography of Mongolia. Extended Abstracts of the International Symposium Mongolia 2000. Berliner geowissenschaftliche Abhandlungen A 205: 1-197.

  • Bandel, K. & Riedel, F. 1998. Ecological zonation of gastropods in the Matutinao River (Cebu, Philippines), with focus on their life cycles. Annls. Limnol. 34(2): 171-191.

  • Bandel, K; Glaubrecht, M. & Riedel, F. 1997. On the ontogeny, anatomy and ecology of the tropical freshwater gastropod Stenomelania (Cerithioidea, Thiaridae). Limnologica 28(2): 239-250.

  • Bandel, K.; Riedel, F. & Weikert, H. 1997. Planktic gastropod larvae from the Red Sea: a synopsis. Ophelia 47(3): 151-202.

  • Riedel, F. 1996. Comments on "A new twist on the Garstang torsion hypothesis" by L.W. Buss. N. Jb. Geol. Paläont. Abh.1996, 2: 114-127.

  • Engeser, T. & Riedel, F. 1996. The evolution of the Scaphopoda and its implications for the systematics of the Rostroconchia (Mollusca). Mitt. Geol.-Paläont. Institut Hamburg 79: 117-138.

  • Riedel, F. 1995. An outline of cassoidean phylogeny (Gastropoda). Contributions to Tertiary and Quaternary Geology 32(4): 97-132.

  • Keupp, H. & Riedel, F. 1995. Nautilus pompilius in captivity: a case study of abnormal shell growth. Berliner geowiss. Abh. E 16: 663-681.

  • Bandel, K.; Riedel, F. & Tiemann, H. 1994. A special adaptation to planktonic life in larvae of the Cassoidea (= Tonnoidea) (Gastropoda). Marine Biology 118: 101-108.

  • Bandel, K. & Riedel, F. 1994. Classification of fossil and Recent Calyptraeoidea (Caenogastropoda) with a discussion on neomesogastropod phylogeny. Berliner geowiss. Abh. E 13: 329-367.

  • Riedel, F. 1994. Recognition of the superfamily Ficoidea Meek, 1864 and definition of the Thalassocynidae fam. nov. (Gastropoda). Zoologische Jahrb. 121(4): 457-474.

  • Bandel, K. & Riedel, F. 1994. The Late Cretaceous gastropod fauna from Ajka (Hungary, Bakony Mountains): a revision. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien A 96: 1-65. [Download: PDF-Teil 1, PDF-Teil 2]

  • Bandel, K.; Hain, S.; Riedel, F. & Tiemann, H. 1993. Limacosphaera, an unusual mesogastropod (Lamellariidae) larva of the Weddell Sea (Antarctica). The Nautilus 107(1): 1-8.

  • Riedel, F. 1993. Early ontogenetic shell formation in some freshwater gastropods and taxonomic implications of the protoconch. Limnologica 23(4): 349-368.

  • Engeser, T; Riedel, F. & Bandel, K. 1993. Early ontogenetic shells of Recent and fossil Scaphopoda. Scripta Geologica, Spec. Issue 2: 83-100.

  • Riedel, F. 1992. A re-evaluation of the ontogeny of Cabestana spengleri (Perry, 1811) (Gastropoda: Tonnoidea: Ranellidae). The Veliger 35(2): 117-121.

  • Engeser, T. & Riedel, F. 1992. Scaphopods from Middle Liassic boulders of northern Germany; with a review on Liassic Scaphopoda. Scripta Geologica 99: 35-56.

Television

  • Riedel et al. 2006. Heiße Spur am Monte Verde - Das Rätsel der ersten Amerikaner. ZDF.
  • Riedel et al. 2005. Einsteins Erben - Das Rätsel von Ladakh. ZDF.
  • Riedel et al. 2005. Das Kaspische Meer - Die vergessene Küste Europas. ARTE.
  • Riedel et al. 2001. Humboldts Erben - Die aus dem Weltall kommen. ZDF.