Miguel Caetano
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Metal remobilisation during resuspension of anoxic contaminated sediment: short-term laboratory study
M Caetano, MJ Madureira, C Vale
Water, air, and soil pollution 143 (1-4), 23-40, 2003
1662003
Metal‐rich concretions on the roots of salt marsh plants: Mechanism and rate of formation
B Sundby, C Vale, Z Caçador, F Catarino, MJ Madureira, M Caetano
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (2), 245-252, 1998
1591998
Histological biomarkers in liver and gills of juvenile Solea senegalensis exposed to contaminated estuarine sediments: A weighted indices approach
PM Costa, MS Diniz, S Caeiro, J Lobo, M Martins, AM Ferreira, M Caetano, ...
Aquatic toxicology 92 (3), 202-212, 2009
1502009
Distribution of monomethylmercury and mercury in surface sediments of the Tagus Estuary (Portugal)
J Canário, C Vale, M Caetano
Marine Pollution Bulletin 50 (10), 1142-1145, 2005
1262005
Accumulation and biological cycling of heavy metal in four salt marsh species, from Tagus estuary (Portugal)
B Duarte, M Caetano, PR Almeida, C Vale, I Caçador
Environmental Pollution 158 (5), 1661-1668, 2010
1182010
Stock and losses of trace metals from salt marsh plants
I Caçador, M Caetano, B Duarte, C Vale
Marine Environmental Research 67 (2), 75-82, 2009
1152009
Genotoxic damage in Solea senegalensis exposed to sediments from the Sado Estuary (Portugal): effects of metallic and organic contaminants
PM Costa, J Lobo, S Caeiro, M Martins, AM Ferreira, M Caetano, C Vale, ...
Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology and Environmental Mutagenesis 654 (1 …, 2008
1032008
Assessment of the genotoxic potential of contaminated estuarine sediments in fish peripheral blood: laboratory versus in situ studies
PM Costa, TS Neuparth, S Caeiro, J Lobo, M Martins, AM Ferreira, ...
Environmental Research 111 (1), 25-36, 2011
862011
Redox chemistry in the root zone of a salt marsh sediment in the Tagus Estuary, Portugal
B Sundby, C Vale, M Caetano, GW Luther
Aquatic Geochemistry 9 (3), 257-271, 2003
862003
Tidal flushing of ammonium, iron and manganese from inter-tidal sediment pore waters
M Caetano, M Falcao, C Vale, MJ Bebianno
Marine Chemistry 58 (1-2), 203-211, 1997
761997
Mobility of Pb in salt marshes recorded by total content and stable isotopic signature
M Caetano, N Fonseca, RCC Vale
Science of the total environment 380 (1-3), 84-92, 2007
722007
Evidence for preferential depths of metal retention in roots of salt marsh plants
M Caetano, C Vale, R Cesário, N Fonseca
Science of the Total Environment 390 (2-3), 466-474, 2008
692008
Evidence for elevated production of methylmercury in salt marshes
J Canário, M Caetano, C Vale, R Cesário
Environmental science & technology 41 (21), 7376-7382, 2007
672007
Estimation of the anthropogenic fraction of elements in surface sediments of the Tagus Estuary (Portugal)
C Vale, J Canário, M Caetano, J Lavrado, P Brito
Marine pollution bulletin 56 (7), 1364-1366, 2008
662008
Root-induced cycling of lead in salt marsh sediments
B Sundby, M Caetano, C Vale, C Gobeil, GW Luther, DB Nuzzio
Environmental science & technology 39 (7), 2080-2086, 2005
662005
Geographical variation and partition of metals in tissues of Octopus vulgaris along the Portuguese coast
J Raimundo, M Caetano, C Vale
Science of the Total Environment 325 (1-3), 71-81, 2004
662004
Mercury in contaminated sediments and pore waters enriched in sulphate (Tagus Estuary, Portugal)
J Canário, C Vale, M Caetano, MJ Madureira
Environmental Pollution 126 (3), 425-433, 2003
652003
Tracing anthropogenic Hg and Pb input using stable Hg and Pb isotope ratios in sediments of the central Portuguese Margin
M Mil-Homens, J Blum, J Canário, M Caetano, AM Costa, SM Lebreiro, ...
Chemical Geology 336, 62-71, 2013
642013
Assessment of contaminants and biomarkers of exposure in wild and farmed seabass
M Ferreira, M Caetano, P Antunes, J Costa, O Gil, N Bandarra, ...
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 73 (4), 579-588, 2010
622010
Retention of arsenic and phosphorus in iron-rich concretions of Tagus salt marshes
M Caetano, C Vale
Marine Chemistry 79 (3-4), 261-271, 2002
622002
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