Dr Eva Stueeken

Dr Eva Stueeken
University Research Fellow


 

I am interested in the co-evolution of Earth and the biosphere, in particular in the environmental conditions that led to the origin of life, the invention of particular metabolisms and the rise of complex organisms. I use geochemical tools, including nitrogen, carbon, selenium and sulfur isotopes, combined with sedimentological observations, to characterize biogeochemical cycles in ancient environments and to establish linkages between environmental conditions and biospheric diversity. Another important aspect of my work is the establishment of selenium isotopes as a new proxy for redox and productivity changes in deep time, which includes the development of new analytical techniques and the investigation of the Phanerozoic selenium cycle.

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Coupled evolution of nitrogen cycling and redoxcline dynamics on the Yangtze Block across the Ediacaran-Cambrian transition Yan Chen, Charles W. Diamond, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Chunfang Cai, Benjamin C. Gill, Feifei Zhang, Steve M. Bates, Xuelei Chu, Yi Ding, Timothy William Lyons
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta vol.In press
Effects of pH on redox proxies in a Jurassic rift lake Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Aaron Martinez, Gordon Love, Paul E. Olsen, Steve Bates, Timothy William Lyons
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2019 vol.252 pp.240-267
Limited oxygen production in the Mesoarchean ocean Frantz Ossa Ossa, Axel Hofmann, Jorge E. Spangenberg, Simon W. Poulton, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Ronny Schoenberg, Benjamin Eickmann, Martin Wille, Mike Butler, Andrey Bekker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2019 vol.116 pp.6647-6652
Bias in carbon concentration and δ13C measurements of organic matter due to cleaning treatments with organic solvents Élodie Muller, Christophe Thomazo, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Christian Hallmann, Arne Leider, Carine Chaduteau, Roger Buick, Franck Baton, Pascal Philippot, Magali Ader
Chemical Geology 2018 vol.493 pp.405-412
Environmental control on microbial diversification and methane production in the Mesoarchean Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Roger Buick
Precambrian Research 2018 vol.304 pp.64-72
Pervasive aerobic nitrogen cycling in the surface ocean across the Paleoproterozoic Era Michael A. Kipp, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Misuk Yun, Andrey Bekker, Roger Buick
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2018 vol.500 pp.117-126
Tracking the rise of eukaryotes to ecological dominance with zinc isotopes Terry Isson, Gordon Love, Christopher Dupont, Chistopher Reinhard, Alex Zumberge, Dan Asael, Bleuenn Gueguen, John McCrow, Ben Gill, Jeremy Owens, Robert Rainbird, Alan Roone, Ming-Yu Zhao, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Kurt Konhauser, Seth John, Timothy Lyons, Noah Planavsky
Geobiology 2018 vol.16 pp.341-352
Transient surface ocean oxygenation recorded in the 2.66-Ga Jeerinah Formation, Australia Matthew C. Koehler, Roger Buick, Michael A. Kipp, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Jonathan Zaloumis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2018 vol.115 pp.7711-7716
Biomass recycling and Earth's early phosphorus cycle Michael Kipp, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken
Science Advances 2017 vol.3
Differential metamorphic effects on nitrogen isotopes in kerogen extracts and bulk rocks Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Jon Zaloumis, Jana Meixnerová, Roger Buick
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2017 vol.217 pp.80-94
Environmental niches and metabolic diversity in Neoarchean lakes Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, R. Buick, R. E. Anderson, J. A. Baross, N. J. Planavsky, T. W. Lyons
Geobiology 2017 vol.15 pp.767-783
Not so non-marine? Revisiting the Stoer Group and the Mesoproterozoic biosphere Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Eric Bellefroid, Tony Prave, Dan Asael, Noah Planavsky, Timothy Lyons
Geochemical Perspectives Letters 2017 vol.3 pp.221-229
Selenium isotopes as a biogeochemical proxy in deep time Eva Elisabeth Stueeken
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 2017 vol.82 pp.657-682
Selenium isotopes record extensive marine suboxia during the Great Oxidation Event Michael A. Kipp, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Andrey Bekker, Roger Buick
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2017 vol.114 pp.875-880
Spatial and temporal trends in Precambrian nitrogen cycling: a Mesoproterozoic offshore nitrate minimum Matthew C. Koehler, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Michael A. Kipp, Roger Buick, Andrew H. Knoll
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2017 vol.198 pp.315-337
Modeling pN2 through geological time Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, M. A. Kipp, M. C. Koehler, E. W. Schwieterman, B. Johnson, R. Buick
Astrobiology 2016 vol.16 pp.949-963
Nitrogen in Ancient Mud: A Biosignature? Eva Elisabeth Stueeken
Astrobiology 2016 vol.16 pp.730-735
The evolution of Earth’s biogeochemical nitrogen cycle Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Michael A. Kipp, Matthew C. Koehler, Roger Buick
Earth Science Reviews 2016 vol.160 pp.220-239
Isotopic evidence for biological nitrogen fixation by molybdenum-nitrogenase from 3.2 Gyr Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Roger Buick, Bradley M. Guy, Matthew C. Koehler
Nature 2015 vol.520 pp.666-669
Nitrogen isotope evidence for alkaline lakes on late Archean continents Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, R. Buick, A.J. Schauer
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2015 vol.411 pp.1-10
Selenium isotope evidence for progressive oxidation of the Neoproterozoic biosphere Philip Pogge von Strandmann, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Tim Elliott, Simon Poulton, Carol Dehler, Don Canfield, David Catling
Nature Communications 2015 vol.6
Selenium isotope ratios, redox changes and biological productivity across the end-Permian mass extinction Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Julien Foriel, Roger Buick, Shane D. Schoepfer
Chemical Geology 2015 vol.410 pp.28-39
Selenium isotopes support free O2 in the latest Archean Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Roger Buick, Ariel D. Anbar
Geology 2015 vol.43 pp.259-262
The evolution of the global selenium cycle: Secular trends in Se isotopes and abundances Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, R. Buick, A. Bekker, D. Catling, J. Foriel, B.m. Guy, L.c. Kah, H.g. Machel, I.p. Montañez, S.w. Poulton
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 2015 vol.162 pp.109-125
Did life originate from a global chemical reactor? Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, R. E. Anderson, J. S. Bowman, W. J. Brazelton, J. Colangelo-lillis, A. D. Goldman, S. M. Som, J. A. Baross
Geobiology 2013 vol.11 pp.101-126
Selenium isotope analysis of organic-rich shales: advances in sample preparation and isobaric interference correction Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, J. Foriel, B. K. Nelson, R. Buick, D. C. Catling
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 2013 vol.28 pp.1734
Contributions to late Archaean sulphur cycling by life on land Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, David C. Catling, Roger Buick
Nature Geoscience 2012 vol.5 pp.722-725
Sulfur isotope characteristics of metamorphosed Zn–Cu volcanogenic massive sulfides in the Areachap Group, Northern Cape Province, South Africa Russell Bailie, Jens Gutzmer, Harald Strauss, Eva Elisabeth Stueeken, Craig Mcclung
Mineralium Deposita 2010 vol.45 pp.481-496

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