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Feb-2005Age and growth of Nassarius reticulatus in the Ria de Aveiro, north-west PortugalBarroso, C. M.; Moreira, M. H.; Richardson, C. A.articlerestrictedAccess
2010Chemical and biological characterization of estrogenicity in effluents from WWTPs in Ria de Aveiro (NW Portugal)Sousa, A.; Schönenberger, R.; Jonkers, N.; Suter, M. J. F.; Tanabe, S.; Barroso, C. M.articlerestrictedAccess
Aug-2000Comparison of imposex and intersex development in four prosobranch species for TBT monitoring of a southern European estuarine system (Ria de Aveiro, NW Portugal)Barroso, C. M.; Moreira, M. H.; Gibbs, P. E.articleopenAccess
2010Hydrobia ulvae imposex levels at Ria de Aveiro (NW Portugal) between 1998 and 2007: a counter-current bioindicator?Galante-Oliveira, S.; Oliveira, I.; Pacheco, M.; Barroso, C. M.articleopenAccess
20-Aug-2020Impairment of swimming performance in Tritia reticulata (L.) veligers under projected ocean acidification and warming scenariosFonseca, J.G.; Laranjeiro, F.; Freitas, D. B.; Oliveira, I. B.; Rocha, R. J. M.; Machado, J.; Hinzmann, M.; Barroso, C. M.; Galante-Oliveira, S.articleopenAccess
2009Imposex levels and tributyltin pollution in Ria de Aveiro (NW Portugal) between 1997 and 2007: evaluation of legislation effectivenessGalante-Oliveira, S.; Oliveira, I.; Jonkers, N.; Langston, W. J.; Pacheco, M.; Barroso, C. M.articleopenAccess
2010Occurrence and sources of selected phenolic endocrine disruptors in Ria de Aveiro, PortugalJonkers, N.; Sousa, A.; Galante-Oliveira, S.; Barroso, C. M.; Kohler, H. P. E.; Giger, W.articlerestrictedAccess
Nov-2005Organotin contamination, imposex and androgen/oestrogen ratios in natural populations of Nassarius reticulatus along a ship density gradientBarroso, C. M.; Reis-Henriques, M. A.; Ferreira, M.; Gibbs, P. E.; Moreira, M. H.articlerestrictedAccess
1998Reproductive cycle of Nassarius reticulatus in the Ria de Aveiro, Portugal: Implications for imposex studiesBarroso, C. M.; Moreira, M. H.articlerestrictedAccess