Damien T. Maher focuses on Submarine groundwater discharge, Hydrology, Oceanography, Groundwater and Dissolved organic carbon. His research links Mangrove with Hydrology. Estuary and Ocean acidification are the subjects of his Oceanography studies.
His work carried out in the field of Groundwater brings together such families of science as Carbon dioxide and Surface water. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Benthic zone and Carbon cycle. As part of one scientific family, Damien T. Maher deals mainly with the area of Groundwater discharge, narrowing it down to issues related to the Wetland, and often Floodplain.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Hydrology, Oceanography, Estuary, Groundwater and Mangrove. He combines topics linked to Carbon dioxide with his work on Hydrology. The concepts of his Oceanography study are interwoven with issues in Seagrass, Total organic carbon and Outwelling.
His Tidal prism study in the realm of Estuary interacts with subjects such as Atmosphere. His studies deal with areas such as Drainage basin and Dry season as well as Groundwater. His Mangrove study incorporates themes from Blue carbon, Nutrient and Bay.
Damien T. Maher mainly investigates Mangrove, Estuary, Hydrology, Groundwater and Wetland. Damien T. Maher has researched Mangrove in several fields, including Oceanography, Total organic carbon, Habitat and Ecosystem. He works mostly in the field of Oceanography, limiting it down to concerns involving δ15N and, occasionally, Salt marsh.
His studies in Estuary integrate themes in fields like Sink, National park, Dissolved organic carbon, Carbon dioxide and Eutrophication. His work deals with themes such as Groundwater discharge, Temperate climate and Mangrove ecosystem, which intersect with Carbon dioxide. His Hydrology research focuses on Pore water pressure in particular.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Aquifer, Groundwater, Biogeochemistry, Estuary and Ecosystem. His research integrates issues of Soil science, Perennial stream, Streamflow, Dry season and Wetland in his study of Groundwater. His Biogeochemistry research integrates issues from Hydrology, Sink, Blue carbon and Biogeochemical cycle.
His research in Hydrology is mostly concerned with Drainage basin. In his work, Atmospheric sciences and Turbidity is strongly intertwined with Dissolved organic carbon, which is a subfield of Estuary. His Ecosystem research includes elements of Biomass, Carpentaria and Habitat.
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Australian vegetated coastal ecosystems as global hotspots for climate change mitigation
Oscar Serrano;Catherine E. Lovelock;Trisha B. Atwood;Trisha B. Atwood;Peter I. Macreadie.
Nature Communications (2019)
Groundwater‐derived dissolved inorganic and organic carbon exports from a mangrove tidal creek: The missing mangrove carbon sink?
Damien T Maher;Isaac R Santos;L Golsby-Smith;Justin Gleeson.
Limnology and Oceanography (2013)
Are global mangrove carbon stocks driven by rainfall
Christian J. Sanders;Damien T. Maher;Douglas R. Tait;Darren Williams.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2016)
Spatial and temporal variability of carbon dioxide and methane fluxes over semi-diurnal and spring–neap–spring timescales in a mangrove creek
M. Call;D.T. Maher;I.R. Santos;S. Ruiz-Halpern.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2015)
Groundwater–surface water exchange in a mangrove tidal creek: Evidence from natural geochemical tracers and implications for nutrient budgets
Justin Gleeson;Isaac R. Santos;Damien T. Maher;Lindsay Golsby-Smith.
Marine Chemistry (2013)
Are mangroves drivers or buffers of coastal acidification? Insights from alkalinity and dissolved inorganic carbon export estimates across a latitudinal transect
James Z Sippo;Damien T Maher;Douglas R Tait;Ceylena J Holloway.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2016)
Denitrification, N-fixation and nitrogen and phosphorus fluxes in different benthic habitats and their contribution to the nitrogen and phosphorus budgets of a shallow oligotrophic sub-tropical coastal system (southern Moreton Bay, Australia)
Bradley D Eyre;Angus Jp Ferguson;Arthur Webb;Arthur Webb;Damien Troy Maher.
Mangrove mortality in a changing climate: An overview
James Z. Sippo;Catherine E. Lovelock;Isaac R. Santos;Christian J. Sanders.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2018)
Methane emissions partially offset “blue carbon” burial in mangroves
Judith A. Rosentreter;Damien T. Maher;Dirk V. Erler;Rachel H. Murray.
Science Advances (2018)
Carbon budgets for three autotrophic Australian estuaries: Implications for global estimates of the coastal air‐water CO2 flux
Damien T Maher;Bradley D Eyre.
Global Biogeochemical Cycles (2012)
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