Papers:

Wei-Haas, M., Hageman, K., Chin, YP. (2014). "Partitioning of polybrominated diphenyl ethers to dissolved organic matter isolated from arctic surface waters."  Environmental Science and Technology 48(9): 4852-4859.

Wei-Haas, M., Glumac, B., and Curran, H.A. (2011). “Sphenothallus-like fossils from the Martinsburg Formation (Upper Ordovician), Tennessee.” Journal of Paleontology 85(2): 353-359.

Wei-Haas, M., Newton, R. (2009). “Geochemistry of the Northampton Landfill: Are the soils and water contaminated?” Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Journal 15: 71-75.

 

Oral presentation and invited lectures:

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP., and Hageman, K. (2012). “Partitioning of polybrominated diphenyl ethers to dissolved organic matter.” American Chemical Society. Philadelphia, PA [Oral Presentation #14191].

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP., and Hageman, K. (2012). “Partitioning of polybrominated diphenyl ethers to dissolved organic matter.” Gordon Research Seminar. Environmental Science: Water. [Invited Lecture].

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP., and Hageman, K. (2012). “Partitioning of polybrominated diphenyl ethers to dissolved organic matter.” Ohio State University School of Earth Science Student Seminar [Invited lecture].

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP, McKnight, D., and Foreman, C. (2011) “Characterizing dissolved organic matter from Polar Regions.” Unversity of Otago Department of Chemistry Seminar. Dunedin, New Zealand [Invited lecture].

Wei-Haas, M., Newton, R., Retelle, M., and Werner, A. (2009). “Sediment provenance and weathering in Kongressvatnet, Western Spitsbergen, Svalbard.” Arctic Workshop. Lewiston, ME [Oral Presentation].

Wei-Haas, M. (2008). “Climate change in the land of the 24-hour sun: Svalbard Research Experience for Undergraduates.” Smith Elects the World. Smith College, Northampton, MA [Invited Lecture].

 

Poster Abstracts:

Wei-Haas, M. and Chin, YP. (2014). “A Novel Method for Measuring Photokinetic Parameters Under Variable Natural and Artificial Light Regimes.” Gordon Research Seminar and Conference. Environmental Science: Water. Holderness, NH. [Poster]

Wei-Haas, M. and Chin, YP. (2014). “Photolytic degradation of BDE-47 in the absence and presence of Arctic dissolved organic matter” Gordon Research Conference. Environmental Science: Water. Holderness, NH. [Poster – presented by Chin, YP]

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP. (2013). “A Novel Method for Measuring Photokinetic Parameters Under Variable Natural and Artificial Light Regimes.” American Geophysical Union. San Francisco, CA. [Poster].

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP., and Hageman, K. (2012). “Partitioning of polybrominated diphenyl ethers to dissolved organic matter.” Gordon Research Conference. Environmental Science: Water. [Poster].

Wei-Haas, M., SanClements, M., Smith, H., Foreman, C., McKnight, D., Chin, YP. (2012). Transformation of supraglacial dissolved organic carbon from the cotton glacier, Antarctica. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Aquatic Science Meeting.  Salt Lake City, Utah [Poster A0034].

Wei-Haas, M., Chin, YP., and Hageman, K. (2011). “Partitioning of polybrominated diphenyl ethers to dissolved organic matter.” Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Boston, MA. [Poster TP238].

Wei-Haas, M., and Newton, R. (2009) “Glauconite weathering in an arctic environment.” Northeastern Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Portland, ME. [Poster #17-2].

Wei-Haas, M., and Newton, R., (2009). “Glauconite weathering in an arctic environment” Celebrating Collaborations Research Symposium. Smith College, Northampton, MA [Poster]

Wei-Haas, M., and Newton, R., (2009). “Sediment provenance and weathering in Kongressvatnet, Western Spitsbergen, Svalbard.” Five College Geology Undergraduate Research Symposium. Amherst College, Amherst, MA [Poster]

Wei-Haas, M., and Newton, R., (2008). “Geochemistry of the Northampton Landfill: Is the landfill leaking?” Celebrating Collaborations Research Symposium. Smith College, Northampton, MA [Poster]

Wei-Haas, M., and Newton, R., (2008). “Geochemistry of the Northampton Landfill: Is the landfill leaking?” Five College Geology Undergraduate Research Symposium. Amherst College, Amherst, MA [Poster]

Cheng, L., Dorer, W., Luo, P., Moore, S., and Wei-Haas, M. (2008).Coral Reef Ed-Ventures.” Celebrating Collaborations Research Symposium. Smith College, Northampton, MA [Poster]

Wei-Haas, M., Glumac, B., and Curran, A. (2007) “Sphenothallus-like fossils from the Upper Martinsburg Formation (Upper Ordovician) in Northeastern Tennessee.” Southeastern Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Savannah, Georgia. [Poster #37-13].

Wei-Haas, M., Glumac, B., and Curran, A. (2007) “Sphenothallus-like fossils from the Upper Martinsburg Formation (Upper Ordovician) in Northeastern Tennessee.” Celebrating Collaborations Research Symposium. Smith College, Northampton, MA [Poster]

Wei-Haas, M., Glumac, B., and Curran, A. (2007). “Sphenothallus-like fossils from the Upper Martinsburg Formation (Upper Ordovician) in Northeastern Tennessee.” Five College Geology Undergraduate Research Symposium. Amherst College, Amherst, MA [Poster].