Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann

Dr. Jens Lehmann

Contact:
Geosciences Collection
University of Bremen – Faculty 5 (Geosciences)
Building GEO I, Room 5040
Klagenfurter Strasse 4
28359 Bremen
Germany
Tel.: +49-(0)421-218-65016
Fax: +49-(0)421-218-98 65016
jens.lehmann@uni-bremen.de


Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann is responsible for the scientific handling of the research collection and for research about a wide choice of specimens and various geological time slices. Thus, a comprehensive networking with scientist from Germany and abroad is a matter of course. The transfer of scientific knowledge into the public is intimately connected, as demonstrated by numerous exhibition projects, including other European countries, and almost 100 public talks for the public. Interested layman might consult Prof. Lehmann to know more about their finds, in case they want to donate specimens to the collection and a far as for assistance for own scientific work. The Geosciences Collection is an active partner in the dialogue between research and society, “Citizen Science” is applied in all individual aspects. This commitment is also the reason for the cooperation with the Quelle & Meyer publishing house and in particular with “Fossilien. Journal für Erdgeschichte” – a journal for which he is an advisory scientist. The research focus of Prof. Lehmann is the reconstruction of the palaeoenvironment, diversity of organisms and ammonoids. These topics are addressed with special focus on the Mesozoic. He is also self dependent in acquiring third-party funds and is coordinating several scientific projects.

Recently published journal articles

Recently published book contributions

Recently published journal articles non review

  • Lehmann, J., 2022. Die Schotter der „Ur-Gera“ von Erfurt – vielfältige Kaltzeitgeologie. – Fossilien 39(3), 56-60.
  • Lehmann, J., 2022. Die verräterischen Fossilien der Votivkapelle des Märchenkönigs. – Fossilien 39(3), 4-9.
  • Lehmann, J., 2022. Das Odby Klint in Jütland – mehr als 60 Millionen Jahre Erdgeschichte. – Fossilien 39(2), 16-23.
  • Lehmann, J., 2021. Die Asphaltsümpfe von Los Angeles – ein Fenster in die Lebewelt des Eiszeitalters. – Fossilien 38(6), 52-61.
  • Kutscher, M., Lehmann, J., 2021. Nachruf auf Werner Beckert (1938-2021). – Geschiebekunde aktuell 37(2), 62-64.
  • Lehmann, J., 2021. Fischsaurier-Knochen und der Kimmeridge Clay. – Fossilien 38(2), 24-29.
  • Lehmann, J., 2021. Ammoniten aus dem Cenomanium von Madagaskar. – Fossilien 38(1), 52-53.
  • Lehmann, J., Bach, W., 2020. Fossilien aus der Asche – Organismenvielfalt im Schalstein. – Fossilien, 37(5), 56-60.
  • Lehmann, J., 2020. Sind moderne Korallenriffe ein Modellfall für die Riffe des Devons? – Fossilien, 37(5), 40-47.
  • De Vleeschouwer, D., Lehmann, J., 2020. Erdumlaufbahn und Klima im Devon. – Fossilien, 37(5), 26-31.
  • Lehmann, J., 2020. Jurassische Trigonien – ein Lehrbuch-Beispiel für Fossilerhaltung. – Fossilien, 37(4), 52-53.
  • Lehmann, J., 2019. Encrinus liliiformis – a crinoid from the Triassic that made a career for itself. – Deposits Magazine, 59, 12-14.
  • Lehmann, J., 2018. The “thick-shelled mussel” Pycnodonte (Phygraea) vesiculare – “Fossil of the Year” 2017. – Deposits Magazine, 53, 37-40.
  • Lehmann, J. , Kotthoff, U., 2018. Insektensterben – das Ende der erfolgreichsten Tiergruppe unseres Planeten? Fossilien, 35 (2) 8-12.