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Carly Maas

Graduate Student

Contact

CHEM 1221A
Chemistry Building
8051 Regents Drive
College Park, MD 20742

(301) 405-3597Fax

maascm [at] umd [dot] edu

Laboratory

Advisor

Research Interests

I am interested in understanding the impacts of freshwater salinization syndrome on the mobilization of nutrients and metals in urban streams and rivers in the D.C. Metropolitan area.

Publications

Maas, C.M., Anderson, W.P. Jr., Cockerill, K. (2021) Managing Stormwater by Accident: A Conceptual Study. Water. 13(11) 1492. DOI: 10.3390/w13111492

Kaushal, S.S., Likens, G.E., Pace, M.L., Reimer, J.E., Maas, C.M., Galella, J.G., Utz, R.M., Duan, S., Kryger, J.R., Yaculak, A.M., Boger, W.L., Bailey, N.W., Haq, S., Wood, K.L., Wessel, B.M., Park, C.E., Collison, D.C., Aisin, B. Y. ’aaqob I., Gedeon, T M., Chaudhary, S.K., Widmer, J., Blackwood, C.R., Bolster, C.M., Devilbiss, M.L., Garrison, D.L., Halevi, S., Kese, G.Q., Quach, E.K., Rogelio, C.M.P., Tan, M.L., Wald, H.J.S., Woglo, S.A. (2021) Freshwater salinization syndrome: From emerging global problem to managing risks. Biogeochemistry. DOI: 10.1007/s10533-021-00784-w