|Retardation of arsenic transport through a Pleistocene aquifer|
A Van Geen, BC Bostick, PTK Trang, VM Lan, NN Mai, PD Manh, PH Viet, ...
Nature 501 (7466), 204-207, 2013
|River bank geomorphology controls groundwater arsenic concentrations in aquifers adjacent to the Red River, Hanoi Vietnam|
MO Stahl, CF Harvey, A van Geen, J Sun, P Thi Kim Trang, V Mai Lan, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (8), 6321-6334, 2016
|Crab burrows as conduits for groundwater‐surface water exchange in Bangladesh|
MO Stahl, MH Tarek, DCJ Yeo, ABM Badruzzaman, CF Harvey
Geophysical Research Letters 41 (23), 8342-8347, 2014
|Arsenic oxyanion binding to NOM from dung and aquaculture pond sediments in Bangladesh: importance of site-specific binding constants|
TY Lin, S Hafeznezami, L Rice, J Lee, A Maki, T Sevilla, M Stahl, ...
Applied Geochemistry 78, 234-240, 2017
|Groundwater Pumping is a Significant Unrecognized Contributor to Global Anthropogenic Element Cycles|
|Quantifying Riverine Recharge Impacts on Redox Conditions and Arsenic Release in Groundwater Aquifers along the Red River, Vietnam|
AA Nghiem, MO Stahl, BJ Mailloux, TT Mai, PT Trang, PH Viet, CF Harvey, ...
Water Resources Research, 2019
|Detecting well casing leaks in Bangladesh using a salt spiking method|
MO Stahl, JB Ong, CF Harvey, CD Johnson, ABM Badruzzaman, ...
Groundwater 52 (S1), 195-200, 2014
|Isotopic variation in groundwater across the conterminous United States-Insight into hydrologic processes|
MO Stahl, J Gehring, Y Jameel
HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 2020
|Isotopic variation in groundwater across the conterminous US – insight into hydrologic processes|
M Stahl, J Gehring, Y Jameel
Hydrological Processes, 2020
|Streamflow capture along the Mohawk River: determining transit time to municipal well-field|
J Gehring, M Stahl, D Gillikin, A Verheyden-Gillikin
Mohawk Watershed Symposium 2020, 24, 2020
|Links Between Seasonally Flooding, Rapid Recharge and Limited Chemical Weathering to High Arsenic Groundwater in Cambodia and Beyond|
BC Bostick, A Nghiem, M Stahl
AGUFM 2019, H33D-04, 2019
|Linking watershed characteristics to the age and composition of labile riverine dissolved organic matter: results from six rivers in Upstate New York|
M Stahl, J Wassik, J Gehring, CT Horan, AS Wozniak
AGUFM 2019, B13G-2574, 2019
|Characterization of carbon export in upstate New York: initial geochemical characterization of six rivers|
J Wassik, J Gehring, C Horan, M Stahl
Mohawk Watershed Symposium 2019, 2019
|Extensive Cryptic Sulfur Cycling Affecting Arsenic Levels in Van Phuc, Vietnam|
HCGL Bostick B, Nghiem A, Stahl M
Goldschmidt abstracts, 2019
|Connecting the Age and Fraction of Riverine Labile Organic Carbon to Watershed Geology and Land Use|
M Stahl, J Gehring, C Horan, J Wassik
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Abstracts, 2018
|Using Novel Laboratory Incubations and Field Experiments to Identify the Source and Fate of Reactive Organic Carbon in an Arsenic-contaminated Aquifer System|
M Stahl, MH Tarek, ABM Badruzzaman, C Harvey
AGU Fall Meeting, 2017
|Surface-water groundwater interaction and arsenic mobilization in south and southeast Asia|
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015
|Crab Burrows are Important Conduits for Groundwater Recharge in Bangladesh|
M Stahl, MH Tarek, DC Yeo, A Badruzzaman, CF Harvey
AGUFM 2013, H43A-1423, 2013
|Influence of River Recharge and River Morphology on Groundwater Arsenic Concentrations in Vietnam|
M Stahl, BC Bostick, A van Geen, M Berg, V Lan, N Mai, P Trang, P Viet, ...
AGUFM 2012, H21E-1212, 2012
|Evolution of arsenic and groundwater isotopes along a sharp gradient in arsenic concentrations in Van Phuc, Vietnam: R. Kipfer, C. Stengel & M. Berg BC Bostick & A. van Geen|
R Kipfer, C Stengel, M Berg, BC Bostick, A van Geen, MO Stahl, P Oates, ...
Understanding the Geological and Medical Interface of Arsenic-As 2012, 86-87, 2012