Mason Stahl
Mason Stahl
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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
1132013
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
292016
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
152014
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
72017
Groundwater Pumping is a Significant Unrecognized Contributor to Global Anthropogenic Element Cycles
M Stahl
Groundwater, 2018
52018
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
22019
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
22014
Isotopic variation in groundwater across the conterminous United States-Insight into hydrologic processes
MO Stahl, J Gehring, Y Jameel
HYDROLOGICAL PROCESSES, 2020
2020
Isotopic variation in groundwater across the conterminous US – insight into hydrologic processes
M Stahl, J Gehring, Y Jameel
Hydrological Processes, 2020
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
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
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
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
2019
Extensive Cryptic Sulfur Cycling Affecting Arsenic Levels in Van Phuc, Vietnam
HCGL Bostick B, Nghiem A, Stahl M
Goldschmidt abstracts, 2019
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
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
2017
Surface-water groundwater interaction and arsenic mobilization in south and southeast Asia
MO Stahl
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2015
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
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
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
2012
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