Leonardo Contreira Pereira
Leonardo Contreira Pereira
CDTec/UFPel
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Sulfide production and consumption in degrading wood in the marine environment
M Yuecel, PE Galand, SK Fagervold, L Contreira-Pereira, N Le Bris
Chemosphere 90 (2), 403-409, 2013
312013
Compact autonomous voltammetric sensor for sulfide monitoring in deep sea vent habitats
L Contreira-Pereira, M Yücel, JP Brulport, D Omanovic, N Le Bris
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 80 (oct-2013), 47-57, 2013
132013
Bathymodiolus growth dynamics in relation to environmental fluctuations in vent habitats
K Nedoncelle, F Lartaud, LC Pereira, M Yücel, AM Thurnherr, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 106, 183-193, 2015
102015
The early conversion of deep-sea wood falls into chemosynthetic hotspots revealed by in situ monitoring
D Kalenitchenko, E Péru, LC Pereira, C Petetin, PE Galand, N Le Bris
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-8, 2018
92018
Potential availability of trace metals in sediments in southeastern and southern Brazilian shipyard areas using the DGT technique and chemical extraction methods
A Valero, K Umbría-Salinas, M Wallner-Kersanach, CF de Andrade, ...
Science of The Total Environment 710, 136216, 2020
22020
Silver-based electrochemical sensors for sulfide monitoring in deep-sea environments: New approaches based on autonomous measurement
L Contreira Pereira, E Peru, N Le Bris
EGUGA, 901, 2014
2014
Especiação química do cobre no estuário da Lagoa dos Patos mediante a perspectiva de impacto ambiental
L Contreira, MR Milani, LFH Niencheski, AR Borges, KK Attisano
2008
Fluxos subterrâneos para a Lagoa Mangueira (RS)
CFF Andrade, ICB Milani, KK Attisano, LFH Niencheski, IR Santos, ...
2008
Advances in marine benthic ecology using in situ chemical sensors
N Le Bris, L Contreira-Pereira, M Yücel
In situ chemical sensors for benthic marine ecosystem studies
N Le Bris, L Contreira-Pereira, M Yücel
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