SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Dissolved organic carbon as a potential food source for marine nematodes: myth or missing link?

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Scientific team:

Dr. Bruno Libardoni & Dr. Tom Moens

Evaluation of environmental contamination by fossil fuels: A strategy using algae and radiocarbon.

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Scientific team:

Dr. Carla Regina Alves Carvalho, Rosa Souza, Diana Cavalcanti, Maria Helena Baeta Neves,  PhD(c) Felippe Braga de Lima (MSc), Dr. Bruno Libardoni

Biogeochemistry of mangroves

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Scientific team:

Dr. Alexander Perez & Dr. Bruno Libardoni

"A submarine point of view"-

Scientific team:

Anne Louise Barbon de Sousa & Dr. Bruno Libardoni

Factors influencing organic carbon accumulation in mangrove ecosystems

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Scientific team:

Dr. Alexander Perez,  Dr. Bruno Libardoni, Dr. Christian Sanders, 2018

The missing link of carbon uptake and nematodes

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Scientific team:

Dr. Bruno Libardoni & Dr. Alexander Perez

From pioneer research to fire dust:

the Brazilian National Historic Museum

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Scientific team:

 Dr. Bruno Libardoni & Dr. Carla Regina Alves Carvalho

Ecological risk assessment of sedimentary hydrocarbons in a subtropical estuary as tools to select priority areas for environmental management

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Scientific team:

MSc. Ana Dauner, Thais Dias, Fernanda Ishii, Dr. Bruno Libardoni, MSc. Rafael Parizzi, Dr. César de Castro Martins, 2018

Dissolved Organic Carbon fluxes in the Drainage Basin of the Paranaguá Estuarine Complex (CEP), Brazil

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Scientific team:

Dr. Bruno Libardoni, Dr. Byanka Myzerkowski and Dr. Eunice da Costa Machado

Controling factors of CO2 fluxes in the São Fransisco estuarine system (Northeast Brazil

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Scientific team:

Dr. Bruno Libardoni, Dr. Nilva Brandini, Dr. Gwenaël Abril, Dr. Bastiaan Knoppers

Dissolved organic carbon as a potential food source for marine nematodes: myth or missing link?

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Scientific team:

Dr. Bruno Libardoni & Dr. Tom Moens

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