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Details of Dr. Torben Riehl   


Gender male
Job title Research Associate
Universität Hamburg, Centrum für Naturkunde, Zoologisches Museum ( CeNak)
Martin-Luther-King-Platz 3 Hamburg 20146
Universität Hamburg, Centrum für Naturkunde, Zoologisches Museum Martin-Luther-King-Platz 3
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Website http://www.cenak.uni-hamburg.de/uebercenak/mitarbeiter/riehl.html, http://sites.google.com/site/torbenriehl/
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Degree Doctoral (PhD, ScD)
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Origins of the deep-sea benthos, deep-sea isopod taxonomy, phylogenetics
Working languages English,German
Skills/Expertise Taxonomy, Systematics, Phylogenetics, Biogeography, DNA barcoding, Ecology and evolution, Zoology, Crustacea, Isopoda, Macrostylidae, Deep-sea biology
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr. Torben RIEHL)

Huettmann, F., Riehl, T. & Meißner, K. (2016) Paradise lost already? A naturalist interpretation of the pelagic avian and marine mammal detection database of the IceAGE cruise off Iceland and Faroe Islands in fall 2011. Environment Systems and Decisions, 1?17.
Ruch, J., Riehl, T., May-Collado, L. J. & Agnarsson, I. (2015) Multiple origins of subsociality in crab spiders (Thomisidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 82, Part A, 330?340.
Brix, S., Leese, F., Riehl, T. & Kihara, T. C. (2015) A new genus and new species of Desmosomatidae Sars, 1897 (Isopoda) from the eastern South Atlantic abyss described by means of integrative taxonomy. Marine Biodiversity, 45(1), 7?61.
Elsner, N. O., Malyutina, M. V., Golovan, O. A., Brenke, N., Riehl, T. & Brandt, A. (2015) Deep down: Isopod biodiversity of the Kuril?Kamchatka abyssal area including a comparison with data of previous expeditions of the RV Vityaz. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 111, 210?219 (The German-Russian deep-sea expedition KuramBio (Kurile Kamchatka Biodiversity Studies) on board of the RV Sonne in 2012 following the footsteps of the legendary expeditions with RV Vityaz).
Brandt, A., Elsner, N., Malyutina, M. V., Brenke, N., Golovan, O. A., Lavrenteva, A. V. & Riehl, T. (2015) Abyssal macrofauna of the Kuril-Kamchatka trench area (northwest pacific) collected by means of a camera-epibenthic sledge. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 111, 175?187.
Ruch, J., Riehl, T. & Michalik, P. (2014) Re-description of Xysticus bimaculatus L. Koch, 1867 (Araneae, Thomisidae) and characterization of its subsocial lifestyle. ZooKeys, 427, 1?19.
Riehl, T., Wilson, G. D. F. & Malyutina, M. V. (2014) Urstylidae ? A new family of deep-sea isopods and its phylogenetic implications. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 170, 245?296.
Riehl, T. (2014) A phylogenetic approach to the classification of macrostylid isopods and faunal linkages between the deep sea and shallow-water environments. Diss. Hamburg, Germany: University of Hamburg. Available from: http://ediss.sub.uni-hamburg.de/volltexte/2014/6839/.
Bober, S. & Riehl, T. (2014) Adding depth to line-artwork by digital stippling ? A step-by-step guide to the method. Organisms Diversity & Evolution, 14(3), 327?337.
Riehl, T., Brenke, N., Brix, S., Driskell, A., Kaiser, S. & Brandt, A. (2014) Field and laboratory methods for DNA barcoding and molecular-systematic studies on deep-sea isopod crustaceans. Polish Polar Research, 35(2), 205?226.
Havermans, C., Sonet, G., d?Udekem d? Acoz, C., Nagy, Z. T., Martin, P., Brix, S., Riehl, T., Agrawal, S. & Held, C. (2013) Genetic and morphological divergences in the cosmopolitan deep-sea amphipod Eurythenes gryllus reveal a diverse abyss and a bipolar species. PLoS ONE, 8(9), e74218.
Kaiser, S., Brandão, S. N., Brix, S., Barnes, D. K. A., Bowden, D. A., Ingels, J., Leese, F., Schiaparelli, S., Arango, C. P., Badhe, R., Bax, N., Blazewicz-Paszkowycz, M., Brandt, A., Brenke, N., Catarino, A. I., David, B., Ridder, C. D., Dubois, P., Ellingsen, K. E., Glover, A. G., Griffiths, H. J., Gutt, J., Halanych, K. M., Havermans, C., Held, C., Janussen, D., Lörz, A.-N., Pearce, D. A., Pierrat, B., Riehl, T., Rose, A., Sands, C. J., Soler-Membrives, A., Schüller, M., Strugnell, J. M., Vanreusel, A., Veit-Köhler, G., Wilson, N. G. & Yasuhara, M. (2013) Patterns, processes and vulnerability of Southern Ocean benthos: a decadal leap in knowledge and understanding. Marine Biology, 160(9), 2295?2317.
Brandt, A., Elsner, N., Brenke, N., Golovan, O., Malyutina, M. V., Riehl, T., Schwabe, E. & Würzberg, L. (2013) Epifauna of the Sea of Japan collected via a new epibenthic sledge equipped with camera and environmental sensor systems. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 86?87, 43?55.
Riehl, T. & Brandt, A. (2013) Southern Ocean Macrostylidae reviewed with a key to the species and new descriptions from Maud Rise. Zootaxa, 3692(1), 160?203.
Riehl, T., Wilson, G. D. F. & Hessler, R. R. (2012) New Macrostylidae Hansen, 1916 (Crustacea: Isopoda) from the Gay Head-Bermuda transect with special consideration of sexual dimorphism. Zootaxa, 3277, 1?26.
Riehl, T. & Kaiser, S. (2012) Conquered from the deep sea? A new deep-sea isopod species from the Antarctic shelf shows pattern of recent colonization. PLoS ONE, 7(11), e49354.
Brandt, A., Bathmann, U., Brix, S., Cisewski, B., Flores, H., Göcke, C., Janussen, D., Krägefsky, S., Kruse, S., Leach, H., Linse, K., Pakhomov, E., Peeken, I., Riehl, T., Sauter, E., Sachs, O., Schüller, M., Schrödl, M., Schwabe, E., Strass, V., van Franeker, J. A. & Wilmsen, E. (2011) Maud Rise ? a snapshot through the water column. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 58(19?20), 1962?1982.
Brix, S., Riehl, T. & Leese, F. (2011) First genetic data for species of the genus Haploniscus Richardson, 1908 (Isopoda: Asellota: Haploniscidae) from neighbouring deep-sea basins in the South Atlantic. Zootaxa, 2838, 79?84.
Riehl, T. & Brandt, A. (2010) Descriptions of two new species in the genus Macrostylis Sars, 1864 (Isopoda, Asellota, Macrostylidae) from the Weddell Sea (Southern Ocean), with a synonymisation of the genus Desmostylis Brandt, 1992 with Macrostylis. Zookeys, 57, 9?49.
Riehl, T., Haas, A. & Das, I. (2008) Hylarana raniceps predation. Herpetological Review, 39(1), 77.

Created: 2016-05-26 Last Updated: 2016-06-16