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    • An overview of geological originated materials as a trend for adsorption in wastewater treatment 

      Vieira, Yasmin; Netto, Matias S.; Lima, E. C.; Anastopoulos, Ioannis; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro; Dotto, G. L. (ElsevierNL, 2021)
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      Adsorption is a unit operation widely used for the tertiary treatment of the most diverse effluents, whose mechanism is based on removing recalcitrant compounds from the organic and inorganic origin. In this process, ...
    • Estimation of the impact of biomass burning based on regional transport of PM2.5 in the Colombian Caribbean 

      Bolaño-Truyol, Jehison; Schneider, Ismael Luís; Cuadro, Heidis Cano; Bolaño-Truyol, Jorge D.; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro (ElsevierNL, 2021)
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      Deterioration of air quality due to the increase in atmospheric emissions from biomass burning (BB) is one of the major environmental problems worldwide. In this study, we estimated the contributions of BB to PM2.5 ...
    • Multiple relationships between aerosol and COVID-19: A framework for global studies 

      Cao, Yaxin; Shao, LongYi; Jones, Tim Peter; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro; Ge, Shuoyi; Feng, Xiaolei; Silva-Oliveira, Luis-Felipe; Bérubé, Kelly Ann (ElsevierNL, 2021)
      Acceso abierto
      COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease 2019) is a severe respiratory syndrome currently causing a human global pandemic. The original virus, along with newer variants, is highly transmissible. Aerosols are a multiphase system ...
    • Nanoparticles in fossil and mineral fuel sectors and their impact on environment and human health: A review and perspective 

      Silva-Oliveira, Luis-Felipe; Santosh, M.; Schindler, Michael; Gasparotto, Juciano; Dotto, G. L.; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro; Hochella, Michael F.Jr (ElsevierNL, 2021)
      Acceso restringido
      Nanoscience and technology have enabled better insights into the environmental and health impacts arising from the mining, production and use of fossil and mineral fuels. Here we provide an overview of the nanoscience-based ...
    • Possibilities of using silicate rock powder: An overview 

      Ramos, Caudete Gindri; Hower, J. C.; Blanco, Érika P.; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro; Theodoro, Suzi Huff (ElsevierNL, 2021)
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      This study evaluates the on use of crushed rocks (remineralizers) to increase soil fertility levels and which contributed to increase agricultural productivity, recovery of degraded areas, decontamination of water, and ...
    • Source identification and global implications of black carbon 

      Blanco-Donado, Erika P.; Schneider, Ismael Luís; Artaxo, Paulo; Lozano-Osorio, Jesus; Portz, Luana Carla; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro (ElsevierNL, 2021)
      Acceso abierto
      Black carbon (BC) is one of the short-lived air pollutants that contributes significantly to aerosol radiative forcing and global climate change. It is emitted by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, biofuels, and ...
    • Spatiotemporal assessment of particulate matter (PM10 and PM2.5) and ozone in a Caribbean urban coastal city 

      Duarte, Ana L.; Schneider, Ismael Luís; Artaxo, Paulo; Silva-Oliveira, Marcos-Leandro (ElsevierNL, 2021)
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      Air pollution has become a critical issue in urban areas, so a broad understanding of its spatiotemporal characteristics is important to develop public policies. This study analyzes the spatiotemporal variation of atmospheric ...