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Hannes Baumann

  • Assistant Professor
  • University of Connecticut
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Research interests

Ocean AcidificationMarine EcologyLocal adaptationFisheries OceanographyCoastal Ecology

About

Hannes Baumann is an Assistant Professor and leader of the Evolutionary Fish Ecology lab at the Department of Marine Sciences of the University of Connecticut. He grew up in East Germany and lived through the peaceful, societal revolution that made pursuing a career as a marine scientist in the U.S. possible. In Germany, he studied Fisheries Biology and Biological Oceanography at the Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research in Kiel (1995-2001) and at the Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science in Hamburg (2002-2006), subsequently finding his research subjects in diverse marine areas such as the Baltic Sea, the Bays of Newfoundland, the Great Barrier Reef, Japan, or the American Pacific and Atlantic coasts. His research has primarily been focused on natural and man-made reasons for ubiquitous changes in marine fish abundance, growth and population characteristics. He is particularly interested in studying principles of short- and long-term adaptation of marine organisms to ocean warming, acidification, and commercial fishing, all of which will help to better anticipate the great ecological restructuring that we are witnessing in the age of the Anthropocene.

Publications (5)

  • Short-term decoupling of otolith and somatic growth induced by food level changes in postlarval Baltic sprat, Sprattus sprattus

    • Baumann H
    • Peck M
    • Herrmann J
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  • Short-term decoupling of otolith and somatic growth induced by food level changes in postlarval Baltic sprat, Sprattus sprattus

    • Baumann H
    • Peck M
    • Herrmann J
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  • The general distribution pattern and mixing probability of Baltic sprat juvenile populations

    • Hinrichsen H
    • Kraus G
    • Voss R
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  • The general distribution pattern and mixing probability of Baltic sprat juvenile populations

    • Hinrichsen H
    • Kraus G
    • Voss R
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  • Reconstruction of environmental histories to investigate patterns of larval radiated shanny (Ulvaria subbifurcata) growth and selective survival in a large bay of Newfoundland

    • Baumann H
    • Pepin P
    • Davidson F
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Professional experience

Assistant Professor

University of Connecticut

August 2014 - Present

Adjunct Assistant Professor

Stony Brook University

June 2010 - April 2014(4 years)

Post-doctoral Researcher

Stony Brook University

March 2008 - May 2010(2 years)

Post-doctoral Researcher

Universitat Hamburg

May 2006 - February 2008(2 years)

Education history

Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Sciences

Universitat Hamburg

August 2002 - March 2006(4 years)

IFM-Geomar

Christian Albrechts Universitat zu Kiel

October 1997 - February 2002(4 years)