Timothy MaguirePostdoctoral Research Fellow
In the News:
- Research partnership paints a picture of health of Windsor-Essex watersheds, UWindsor News, 5/28/2018
- Climate Change and an “Overlooked” Nutrient: Silica, The Brink, 6/29/2017
- Science under Our Feet, The Brink, 9/23/2015
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.
- 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)
Research Interest/Area of Expertise:
- Biogeochemical Cycles
- Anthropogenic Impacts to Watersheds
- Citizen Science Applications in Ecology
Maguire, T.J. and S.O.C. Mundle. 2020. Citizen science data shows temperature driven declines in riverine sentinel invertebrates. Environmental Science & Technology Letters.(DOI:10.1021/acs.estlett.0c00206). [Altmetric Score]
Ray, N.E., T.J. Maguire, A.N. Al-Haj, M.C. Henning, and R.W. Fulweiler. 2019. Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Oyster Aquaculture. Environmental Science & Technology. (DOI:10.1021/acs.est.9b02965). [Altmetric Score]
Maguire, T.J. and R.W. Fulweiler. 2019. Urban groundwater dissolved silica concentrations are elevated due to vertical composition of historic land-filling. Science of the Total Environment. (DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.05.272). [Altmetric Score]
Maguire, T.J., C, Spencer, A. Grgicak-Mannion, B. Meyer and S.O.C. Mundle. 2019. Distinguishing point and non-point sources of dissolved nutrients, metals, and legacy contaminants in the Detroit River. Science of the Total Environment. (DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.311).
Maguire T.J., C. Spencer, A. Grgicak-Mannion, B. Meyer and S.O.C. Mundle. “Distinguishing point and non-point sources of dissolved nutrients, metals, and legacy contaminants in the Detroit River” (Talk) International Association for Great Lakes Research. 2019.
Maguire, T.J., C. Wellen, K.L. Stammler and S.O.C. Mundle. “Increased nutrient concentrations in Lake Erie tributaries influenced by greenhouse agriculture“ (Talk) International Association for Great Lakes Research. 2018.
Maguire, T.J. and R.W. Fulweiler. “How does history impact the biogeochemical cycles of Si?” (Talk) Coastal Estuarine Research Federation 2017 Conference. 2017.
Maguire, T.J. and R.W. Fulweiler. “Urban Dissolved Silica: The Impact of Wastewater Effluent on the Coastal Ocean” (Talk) New England Estuarine Research Society Fall 2016 Meeting. (Awarded Best Graduate Student Presentation). 2016.