Cristina Branquinho focuses on Ecology, Lichen, Environmental chemistry, Air pollution and Ecosystem. Her research brings together the fields of Environmental resource management and Ecology. Her Lichen study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Species richness, Terrestrial ecosystem and Pollution.
Cristina Branquinho combines subjects such as Soil science, Soil hydrology, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Water retention with her study of Environmental chemistry. Her research integrates issues of Biomonitoring and Bioindicator in her study of Air pollution. Her Ecosystem research integrates issues from Climate change and Mediterranean Basin.
Lichen, Ecology, Ecosystem, Environmental chemistry and Biodiversity are her primary areas of study. Her Lichen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Air pollution, Pollutant, Ecological indicator and Deposition. She has included themes like Environmental monitoring, Epiphyte, Pollution and Bioindicator in her Air pollution study.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Plant community, Biological dispersal, Climate change and Evergreen. Her work on Biomonitoring is typically connected to Ammonium as part of general Environmental chemistry study, connecting several disciplines of science. Her work carried out in the field of Biodiversity brings together such families of science as Urban ecosystem, Land use and Environmental resource management.
Cristina Branquinho spends much of her time researching Ecology, Ecosystem, Lichen, Biodiversity and Mediterranean climate. Her study on Functional ecology, Plant community and Biodiversity hotspot is often connected to Trait and Trait theory as part of broader study in Ecology. Her Lichen research incorporates elements of Volcano, Ecological indicator and Habitat.
Her Ecological indicator study combines topics in areas such as Air pollution and Physical geography. Her Biodiversity research integrates issues from Risk analysis, Environmental planning and Ecosystem services. She has researched Mediterranean climate in several fields, including Green infrastructure, Climate change, Species richness and Microclimate.
Cristina Branquinho mainly focuses on Mediterranean climate, Ecology, Ecological indicator, Ecosystem and Biodiversity. Her work on Lichen, Biodiversity hotspot, Shrub and Edaphic as part of general Ecology research is often related to Diversity, thus linking different fields of science. Her studies deal with areas such as Specific leaf area and Seedling as well as Lichen.
Her Ecosystem study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Global biodiversity and Tree species, Platanus hispanica. Her Biodiversity research includes elements of Climate change, Identification and Environmental resource management. Her Environmental resource management study incorporates themes from Air pollution, Vegetation and Ecosystem services.
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The cellular location of Cu in lichens and its effects on membrane integrity and chlorophyll fluorescence
Cristina Branquinho;Dennis H. Brown;Fernando Catarino.
Environmental and Experimental Botany (1997)
Nitrogen deposition effects on Mediterranean-type ecosystems : an ecological assessment
Raul Ochoa-Hueso;Edith B Allen;Cristina Branquinho;Cristina Cruz.
Environmental Pollution (2011)
Lichens as an integrating tool for monitoring PAH atmospheric deposition: a comparison with soil, air and pine needles.
Sofia Augusto;Cristina Máguas;João Matos;Maria João Pereira.
Environmental Pollution (2010)
Revisiting the plant hyperaccumulation criteria to rare plants and earth abundant elements.
Cristina Branquinho;Helena Cristina Serrano;Manuel João Pinto;Maria Amélia Martins-Loução.
Environmental Pollution (2007)
Improving the use of lichens as biomonitors of atmospheric metal pollution
Cristina Branquinho;Fernando Catarino;Dennis Hunther Brown;Maria João Pereira.
Science of The Total Environment (1999)
Early stage litter decomposition across biomes
Ika Djukic;Sebastian Kepfer-Rojas;Inger Kappel Schmidt;Klaus Steenberg Larsen.
Science of The Total Environment (2018)
Biomonitoring spatial and temporal impact of atmospheric dust from a cement industry
Cristina Branquinho;Gisela Gaio-Oliveira;Sofia Augusto;Pedro Pinho.
Environmental Pollution (2008)
Mapping Lichen Diversity as a First Step for Air Quality Assessment
P. Pinho;S. Augusto;C. Branquinho;A. Bio.
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry (2004)
Using lichen functional diversity to assess the effects of atmospheric ammonia in Mediterranean woodlands
Pedro Pinho;Teresa Dias;Cristina Cruz;Y. Sim Tang.
Journal of Applied Ecology (2011)
Ecosystem services: Urban parks under a magnifying glass.
Teresa Mexia;Joana Vieira;Adriana Príncipe;Andreia Anjos.
Environmental Research (2018)
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