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Sebastian Haas
Postdoctoral Scholar
Office: JHN 331
Email: [javascript protected email address]
Interests: aquatic biogeochemistry, geomicrobiology, origin of life, stable isotopes.

Education: BSc Biology, University of Bayreuth MSc Marine Microbiology, University of Bremen/ Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology PhD Chemical Oceanography, Dalhousie University
Recent Publications:
Haas, S., Robicheau, B. M., Rakshit, S., Tolman, J., Algar, C. K., LaRoche, J., & Wallace, D. W. (2021). Physical mixing in coastal waters controls and decouples nitrification via biomass dilution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 118(18): e2004877118

Howarth, L. M., Filgueira, R., Haas, S., Berry, H. B., McKee, A., Steeves, L., & Grant, J. (2020). The effects of incubation time, temperature and nitrogen concentration on the isotopic signature (δ15N) of the macroalga Chondrus crispus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 530, 151431.

Haas, S., Desai, D. K., LaRoche, J., Pawlowicz, R., & Wallace, D. W. (2019). Geomicrobiology of the carbon, nitrogen and sulphur cycles in Powell Lake: a permanently stratified water column containing ancient seawater. Environmental Microbiology 21(10): 3927-3952

Haas S., de Beer D., Klatt J. M., Fink A., McCauley Rench R., Hamilton T. L., Meyer, V., Kakuk, B., Macalady, J. L. (2018). Low-light Anoxygenic Photosynthesis and Fe-S-Biogeochemistry in a Microbial Mat. Frontiers in Microbiology 9: 858.

Klatt J. M., Haas S., Yilmaz P., de Beer D., Polerecky L. (2015). Hydrogen sulfide can inhibit and enhance oxygenic photosynthesis in a cyanobacterium from sulfidic springs. Environmental Microbiology 17: 3301–3313.