Timothy Joseph Maguire
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Timothy Maguire is a postdoctoral research fellow for the Cooperative Institute for Great Lakes Research (CIGLR) at the University of Michigan, working with Dr. Casey Godwin (UM CIGLR) and Dr. Craig Stow (NOAA GLERL). Dr. Maguire’s research involves the use of a variety of frequentist, Bayesian, GIS, and artificial intelligence/machine learning techniques to develop numerical water quality models in the Great Lakes. Prior to working with CIGLR and NOAA GLERL, Dr. Maguire’s research included quantifying agricultural impacts on riverine water quality, urban ecology, and the impact of urbanization on biogeochemical cycles.
- Maguire TJ, Weidman RP, Mundle SOC, Moore JW, Chezik KA, and Selbie DT (in review). Direct and Indirect Effects of Sulfur Deposition on Stream Exports in North Coastal British Columbia. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
- Maguire TJ, Weidman RP, and Mundle SOC (in prep). Ultraviolet-visual spectroscopy estimation of nitrate concentrations in surface waters via machine learning. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods
- Maguire TJ and Mundle SOC (2020) Citizen science data shows temperature driven declines in riverine sentinel invertebrates. Environ. Sci. Technology Letters, DOI 10.1021/acs.estlett.0c00206
- Ray NE, Maguire TJ, Al-Haj AN, Henning MC, and Fulweiler RW (2019) Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Oyster Aquaculture. Environ. Sci. Technology, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.9b02965
- Maguire TJ and Fulweiler RW (2019). Vertical Composition of Historic Urban Land-Use Impacts Contemporary Watershed Silica Export. Science of the Total Environment, 684, 89-95
- Maguire TJ, Spencer C, Grgicak-Mannion A, Meyer B, and Mundle SOC (2019). Finding the signal in the noise; distinguishing point and non-point sources of dissolved nutrients, metals, and legacy contaminants in the Detroit River. Science of the Total Environment, 681, 1-8
- Colborne SF, Maguire TJ, Mayer B, Nightingale M, Enns GE, Fisk AT, Drouillard KG, Mohamed MN, Weisener CG, Wellen C and Mundle SOC (2018). Water and sediment as sources of phosphate in aquatic ecosystems: The Detroit River and its role in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Science of the Total Environment, 647, 1594-1603
- Maguire TJ, Wellen C, Stammler KL, and Mundle SO (2018). Increased nutrient concentrations in Lake Erie tributaries influenced by greenhouse agriculture. Science of the Total Environment, 633, 433-440.
- Maguire TJ and Fulweiler RW (2017). The fate and effect of dissolved silicon within wastewater treatment effluent. Environ. Sci. Technology, DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.7b01276
- Maguire TJ, Templer PH, Battles JJ, and Fulweiler RW (2017). Winter climate change decreases fine root biogenic silica in sugar maple trees (Acer saccharum): implications for silica export in the Anthropocene Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 122(3), 708-715
- Fulweiler RW, Emery HE and Maguire TJ (2016). A workflow for reproducing mean benthic gas fluxes. Earth and Space Science, 3(8), 318-325.
- Maguire TJ and Fulweiler RW (2016). Urban Dissolved Silica: Quantifying the Role of Groundwater and Runoff in Wastewater Influent. Environ. Sci. Technology, 50(1), 54–61
- Fulweiler RW, Maguire TJ, Carey JC and Finzi AC (2014). Does Elevated CO2 Alter Silica Uptake in Trees?. Front. Plant Sci. 5:793. DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00793
- Byers JE, Blakeslee AM, Linder E, Cooper AB, and Maguire TJ (2008). Controls of spatial variation in the prevalence of trematode parasites infecting a marine snail. Ecology, 89(2), 439-451.
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Ph.D., Biology, Boston University (2017)
M.L.A., Extension Studies, Environmental Management, Harvard University (2012)
B.S., Marine Safety and Environmental Protection, Massachusetts Maritime Academy (2003)