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- Figueira, Rubens Cesar Lopes, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Environmental monitoring and assessment 2019 v.191 no.5 pp. 308
- Isopisthus parvipinnis; Paralonchurus brasiliensis; Stellifer rastrifer; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization; arsenic; atomic absorption spectrometry; bioaccumulation; biodiversity; chemical pollutants; chromium; cities; coasts; copper; ecosystems; estuaries; fish; fisheries; heavy metals; humans; lead; liver; mercury; monitoring; muscles; nickel; public health; risk; seafoods; sustainable development; tissues; urbanization; vapors; zinc; Brazil
- ... Historically, the Brazilian coast has been impacted by urban, industrial, and port activities that have increased the input of chemical contaminants, such as heavy metals, to the ecosystem. The Paranaguá estuarine complex (PEC), Cananéia-Iguape estuarine-lagoon complex (CIELC), and Santos-São Vicente estuarine complex (SSVEC) (S-SE Brazil) are surrounded by urbanized cities and port areas characte ...
- Bicca-Marques, Júlio César, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- EcoHealth 2019 v.16 no.1 pp. 95-108
- Alouatta; Haemagogus leucocelaenus; air; algorithms; ambient temperature; arboviruses; biogeography; epizootic diseases; habitat fragmentation; humans; humidity; landscapes; models; monkeys; prediction; rain; risk; vapor pressure; water vapor; wind speed; yellow fever; Brazil; North America
- ... Mapping yellow fever (YF) risk is often based on place of infection of human cases, whereas the circulation between nonhuman primates (NHP) and vectors is neglected. In 2008/2009, YF devastated NHP at the southern limit of the disease in the Americas. In view of the recent expansion of YF in Brazil, we modeled the environmental suitability for YF with data from 2008/2009 epizootic, the distributio ...