Lea Steinle

Dr. Lea Steinle
Aquatic and Isotope Biogeochemistry
Institut für Umweltgeowissenschaften
Universität Basel
CH-4055 Basel

E-mail: lea.steinle(at)gruene-bs.ch
URL Institution: https://biogeochem.duw.unibas.ch
Personal URL: link

Key Publications of Lea Steinle (up to ten) :
L. Steinle, C. A. Graves, T. Treude, B. Ferré, A. Biastoch, I. Bussmann, C. Berndt, S. Krastel, R. H. James, E. Behrens, C. W. Böning, J. Greinert, C-J. Sapart, M. Scheinert, S. Sommer, M. F. Lehmann and H. Niemann (2015). Water column methanotrophy controlled by a rapid oceanographic switch. Nature Geoscience 8, 378-382.
L. Steinle, M. Schmidt, L. Bryant, M. Haeckel, P. Linke, S. Sommer, J. Zopfi, M. F. Lehmann, T. Treude, and H. Niemannn. Methanotrophy in sediments and the water column above a highly active man-made methane seep in the North Sea: Implications for methane cycling in shallow seas (2016). Limnology and Oceanography, doi:10.1002/lno.10388.
L. Steinle, J. Maltby, N. Engbersen, J. Zopfi, H. W. Bange, M. F. Lehmann, T. Treude, H. Niemann (2016). Effects of low oxygen concentrations on aerobic methane oxidation in seasonally hypoxic coastal waters. Biogeosciences Discussion, doi:10.5194/bg-2016-422.
C. A. Graves, L. Steinle, G. Rehder, H. Niemann, D. P. Connelly, D. Lowry, R. E. Fisher, A. W. Stott, H. Sahling, R. H. James (2015). Fluxes and fate of dissolved methane released at the seafloor at the landward limit of the gas hydrate stability zone offshore western Svalbard. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 09/2015; doi:10.1002/ 2015JC011084.
C. Berndt, T. Feseker, T. Treude1, S. Krastel, V. Liebetrau1, H. Niemann, V. J. Bertics, I. Dumke, K. Dünnbier, B. Ferré, C. Graves, F. Gross, K. Hissmann, V. Hühnerbach, S. Krause, K. Lieser, J. Schauer, L. Steinle (2014). Temporal Constraints on Hydrate-Controlled Methane Seepage off Svalbard. Science 343, 284-287.
H. Niemann, L. I. Steinle, J. H. Blees, I. Bussmann, T. Treude S. Krause, M. Elvert, M.F. Lehmann (2015). Toxic effects of lab grade butyl rubber stoppers on aerobic methane oxidation. Limnolology and Oceanography: Methods 13, 40-52.

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