Katharine (Kate) Maher
Katharine (Kate) Maher
Department of Earth System Science, Stanford University
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The dependence of chemical weathering rates on fluid residence time
K Maher
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 294 (1-2), 101-110, 2010
3502010
Hydrologic regulation of chemical weathering and the geologic carbon cycle
K Maher, CP Chamberlain
Science 343 (6178), 1502-1504, 2014
3342014
Environmental speciation of actinides
K Maher, JR Bargar, GE Brown Jr
Inorganic chemistry 52 (7), 3510-3532, 2012
2742012
The mineral dissolution rate conundrum: Insights from reactive transport modeling of U isotopes and pore fluid chemistry in marine sediments
K Maher, CI Steefel, DJ DePaolo, BE Viani
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (2), 337-363, 2006
2342006
The role of reaction affinity and secondary minerals in regulating chemical weathering rates at the Santa Cruz Soil Chronosequence, California
K Maher, CI Steefel, AF White, DA Stonestrom
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (10), 2804-2831, 2009
2332009
Fluid-rock interaction: A reactive transport approach
CI Steefel, K Maher
Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 70 (1), 485-532, 2009
2212009
The role of fluid residence time and topographic scales in determining chemical fluxes from landscapes
K Maher
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 312 (1-2), 48-58, 2011
2152011
Marine anoxia and delayed Earth system recovery after the end-Permian extinction
KV Lau, K Maher, D Altiner, BM Kelley, LR Kump, DJ Lehrmann, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (9), 2360-2365, 2016
1672016
Sediment transport time measured with U-series isotopes: results from ODP North Atlantic drift site 984
DJ DePaolo, K Maher, JN Christensen, J McManus
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248 (1-2), 394-410, 2006
1612006
Expanding the role of reactive transport models in critical zone processes
L Li, K Maher, A Navarre-Sitchler, J Druhan, C Meile, C Lawrence, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 165, 280-301, 2017
1452017
Steering of westerly storms over western North America at the Last Glacial Maximum
JL Oster, DE Ibarra, MJ Winnick, K Maher
Nature Geoscience 8 (3), 201-205, 2015
1452015
Rates of silicate dissolution in deep-sea sediment: in situ measurement using 234 U/238 U of pore fluids
K Maher, DJ DePaolo, JCF Lin
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (22), 4629-4648, 2004
1452004
U–Sr isotopic speedometer: fluid flow and chemical weathering rates in aquifers
K Maher, DJ DePaolo, JN Christensen
Geochimica et cosmochimica acta 70 (17), 4417-4435, 2006
962006
Differential weathering of basaltic and granitic catchments from concentration–discharge relationships
DE Ibarra, JK Caves, S Moon, DL Thomas, J Hartmann, CP Chamberlain, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 190, 265-293, 2016
942016
Uranyl–chlorite sorption/desorption: evaluation of different U (VI) sequestration processes
DM Singer, K Maher, GE Brown Jr
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73 (20), 5989-6007, 2009
892009
Element release and reaction-induced porosity alteration during shale-hydraulic fracturing fluid interactions
AL Harrison, AD Jew, MK Dustin, DL Thomas, CM Joe-Wong, JR Bargar, ...
Applied Geochemistry 82, 47-62, 2017
822017
Rise and fall of late Pleistocene pluvial lakes in response to reduced evaporation and precipitation: Evidence from Lake Surprise, California
DE Ibarra, AE Egger, KL Weaver, CR Harris, K Maher
Geological Society of America Bulletin, B31014. 1, 2014
822014
Climatic and vegetation control on sediment dynamics during the last glacial cycle
A Dosseto, PP Hesse, K Maher, K Fryirs, S Turner
Geology 38 (5), 395-398, 2010
822010
Cenozoic carbon cycle imbalances and a variable weathering feedback
JK Caves, AB Jost, KV Lau, K Maher
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 450, 152-163, 2016
812016
Impact of organics and carbonates on the oxidation and precipitation of iron during hydraulic fracturing of shale
A Jew, M Dustin, AL Harrison, CM Joe-Wong, DL Thomas, K Maher, ...
Energy & Fuels, 2017
802017
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