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    • Dispersion of hazardous nanoparticles on beaches around phosphogypsum factories 

      Silva, Luis F.O.; Pinto, Diana C.; Oliveira Silva, Marcos Leandro; Dotto, G. L. (Elsevier, 2021)
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      Anthropogenic occurring nanoparticles (NPs) have been one of the principal catalytic components of marine pollution throughout its history. The phosphogypsum (PG) factories present environmental risks and evident marine ...
    • Environmental aspects of the depreciation of the culturally significant Wall of Cartagena de Indias – Colombia 

      Oliveira Silva, Marcos Leandro; Neckel, Alcindo; Silva, Luis F.O.; Dotto, G. L.; Maculan, Laércio Stolfo (Elsevier, 2021)
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      Among the diverse archeological relics of the past, the Cartagena de Indias Wall is one of the greatest representations of European cultural architecture in South America. To assess the implication of contamination on the ...
    • Environmental geochemistry: Introduction 

      Silva, Luis F.O.; Oliveira Silva, Marcos Leandro (Elsevier, 2021)
      Acceso abierto
      In this special issue of Geoscience Frontiers, we assemble a set of contributions on the theme of environmental geochemistry integrating soil-water-vegetation-human health aspects. We offer a view into the different sides ...
    • Identification of hazardous nanoparticles present in the Caribbean Sea for the allocation of future preservation projects 

      Silva, Luis F.O.; Lozano, Liliana P.; Oliveira Silva, Marcos Leandro; da Boit, Kátia M.; Gonçalves, J. O.; Neckel, Alcindo (Elsevier, 2021)
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      The deposition of remaining nanoparticles in the Caribbean Sea generates the formation of potentially dangerous elements, which influence at the imbalance of ecosystems. The detection of nanoparticles is not simple and the ...
    • Nanoparticles and interfaces with toxic elements in fluvial suspended sediment 

      Silva, Luis F.O.; Dotto, G. L.; Pinto, Diana C.; Oliveira Silva, Marcos Leandro (Elsevier, 2021)
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      Studies examining nanoparticles (NPs) and hazardous elements (HEs) contained in suspended sediments (SSs) are vital for watershed administration and ecological impact evaluation. The biochemical consequence of titanium-n ...