Ralf Haese received his PhD in Earth Sciences from the University of Bremen (Germany) in 1997 with a study on the early diagenesis of iron in marine sediments. Between 1997 and 2003 he worked as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Utrecht (The Netherlands), where he investigated fluid flow and biogeochemical processes in submarine mud volcanoes and estuarine nutrient dynamics.
He was teaching chemical oceanography and coastal field work. In 2003, Dr Ralf Haese joined Geoscience Australia as a project leader for Coastal Research and Management studying nutrient sources and accumulation in Australian estuaries. He became the project leader of the CO2CRC project on Reactive Reservoir Rocks in 2010. He joined The University of Melbourne as Professor of Environmental Geochemistry in 2013 and was appointed as Director of the Peter Cook Centre for CCS Research in 2017. He teaches Environmental Geosciences to undergraduate students. His research group investigates fluid-rock reactions, reactive-transport in porous rocks and pore scale processes mostly in the context of geological carbon storage in sedimentary rocks.
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"Cryptic" diagenesis and its implications for speleothem geochronologies
Petra Bajo, John Hellstrom, Silvia Frisia, Russell Drysdale, Jay Black, Jon Woodhead, Andrea Borsato, Giovanni Zanchetta, Malcolm W Wallace, Eleonora Regattieri, Ralf Haese
Journal article | 2016 | Quaternary Science Reviews: the International Journal of Earth, Climate and Life Interactions
Speleothems are usually considered as one of the most amenable palaeoclimate archives for U-series dating. A number of studies in ..
Using oxygen isotopes to quantitatively assess residual CO2 saturation during the CO2CRC Otway Stage 2B Extension residual saturation test
Sascha Serno, Gareth Johnson, Tara C LaForce, Jonathan Ennis-King, Ralf R Haese, Christopher J Boreham, Lincoln Paterson, Barry M Freifeld, Paul J Cook, Dirk Kirste, R Stuart Haszeldine, Stuart MV Gilfillan
Journal article | 2016 | International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control
The Pretty Hill Formation as a natural analogue for CO2 storage: An investigation of mineralogical and isotopic changes associated with sandstones exposed to low, intermediate and high CO2 concentrations over geological time
KE Higgs, RR Haese, SD Golding, U Schacht, MN Watson
Journal article | 2015 | Chemical Geology
Batch Reactor experimental Results for GaMin’11: Reactivity of Siderite/Ankerite, Labradorite, Illite and Chlorite Under CO2 Saturated Conditions
JR Black, RR Haese
Conference Proceedings | 2014 | Energy Procedia
Abstract A series of batch reactor experiments were conducted to measure the rate of dissolution of four mineral specimens under c..
GaMin'11-an international inter-laboratory comparison for geochemical CO2 - saline fluid - mineral interaction experiments
C Ostertag-Henning, A Risse, B Thomas, R Rosenbauer, C Rochelle, G Purser, A Kilpatrick, J Rosenqvist, B Yardley, A Karamalidis, C Griffith, S Hedges, R Dilmore, A Goodman, J Black, R Haese, C Deusner, N Bigalke, M Haeckel, S Fischer, et al.
Conference Proceedings | 2014 | Energy Procedia
Overview of the CO2CRC Otway residual saturation and dissolution test
Lincoln Paterson, Chris Boreham, Mark Bunch, Tess Dance, Jonathan Ennis-King, Barry Freifeld, Ralf Haese, Charles Jenkins, Tara LaForce, Matthias Raab, Rajindar Singh, Linda Stalker, Yingqi Zhang
Journal article | 2013 | Energy Procedia
Use of 16S rRNA gene based clone libraries to assess microbial communities potentially involved in anaerobic methane oxidation in a Mediterranean cold seep.
Sander K Heijs, Ralf R Haese, Paul WJJ van der Wielen, Larry J Forney, Jan Dirk van Elsas
Journal article | 2007 | Microbial Ecology
This study provides data on the diversities of bacterial and archaeal communities in an active methane seep at the Kazan mud volca..
Life at cold seeps: a synthesis of biogeochemical and ecological data from Kazan mud volcano, eastern Mediterranean Sea
Josef P Werne, Ralf R Haese, Tiphaine Zitter, Giovanni Aloisi, Ioanna Bouloubassi, Sander Heijs, Aline Fiala-Médioni, Richard D Pancost, Jaap S Sinninghe Damsté, Gert de Lange, Larry J Forney, Jan C Gottschal, Jean-Paul Foucher, Jean Mascle, John Woodside
Journal article | 2004 | Chemical Geology
Linking Mediterranean brine pools and mud volcanism
G Aloisi, S Asjes, M Baker, J-L Charlou, G De Lange, J-P Donval, A Fiala-Medioni, J-P Foucher, R Haanstra, RR Haese, S Heijs, P Henry, C Huguen, B Jelsma, S De Lint, M Van der Maarel, J Mascle, S Muzet, G Nobbe, R Pancost, et al.
Journal article | 2000 | Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union / Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union - Wiley Online Library