Isabel Caçador mostly deals with Salt marsh, Botany, Halimione portulacoides, Spartina maritima and Estuary. Her research on Salt marsh concerns the broader Ecology. Her Botany study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic matter, Phytoremediation, Citric acid and Nuclear chemistry.
Her studies deal with areas such as Environmental chemistry, Speciation and Bioremediation as well as Halimione portulacoides. The various areas that Isabel Caçador examines in her Spartina maritima study include Edaphic, Puccinellia maritima and High marsh. The study incorporates disciplines such as Trophic level, Extracellular and Biogeochemical cycle in addition to Estuary.
Isabel Caçador focuses on Salt marsh, Ecology, Environmental chemistry, Halophyte and Estuary. Her Salt marsh research integrates issues from Organic matter, Botany, Spartina maritima and Halimione portulacoides, Marsh. Her Halimione portulacoides research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phytoremediation and Chenopodiaceae.
Her research in Environmental chemistry tackles topics such as Diatom which are related to areas like Fatty acid. Her Halophyte research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photosynthesis, Ecophysiology and Nutrient. In her research on the topic of Estuary, Vegetation is strongly related with Hydrology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Salt marsh, Halophyte, Fatty acid and Halimione portulacoides. She has researched Environmental chemistry in several fields, including Photosynthesis, Pollutant, Estuary, Ecotoxicity and Diatom. Her Salt marsh research entails a greater understanding of Ecology.
Her study in Halophyte is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Antioxidant, Abiotic component and Environmental remediation. Her Fatty acid research also works with subjects such as
Her primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Salt marsh, Antioxidant, Lipid metabolism and Halophyte. Her Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Photosynthesis, Food web and Biota. Her Salt marsh research incorporates themes from Amaranthaceae, Satellite imagery, Hydrology, Vegetation and Trophic level.
Her research on Antioxidant also deals with topics like
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Microplastics as vector for heavy metal contamination from the marine environment
Dennis Brennecke;Bernardo Duarte;Filipa Paiva;Isabel Caçador.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2016)
Heavy metal concentrations in sediment, benthic invertebrates and fish in three salt marsh areas subjected to different pollution loads in the Tagus Estuary (Portugal).
Susana França;Catarina Vinagre;Isabel Caçador;Henrique N. Cabral.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2005)
Seasonal Variation of Zn, Pb, Cu and Cd Concentrations in the Root-Sediment System of Spartina Maritima and Halimione Portulacoides From Tagus Estuary Salt Marshes
I Caçador;C Vale;F Catarino.
Marine Environmental Research (2000)
Halophyte vegetation influences in salt marsh retention capacity for heavy metals.
Rosa Reboreda;Isabel Caçador.
Environmental Pollution (2007)
Temporal and spatial variation of arbuscular mycorrhizas in salt marsh plants of the Tagus estuary (Portugal).
Luís M. Carvalho;Isabel Caçador;M. A. Martins-Loução.
The ocean sampling day consortium
Anna Kopf;Anna Kopf;Mesude Bicak;Renzo Kottmann;Julia Schnetzer;Julia Schnetzer.
Accumulation and biological cycling of heavy metal in four salt marsh species, from Tagus estuary (Portugal).
B. Duarte;M. Caetano;P.R. Almeida;C. Vale.
Environmental Pollution (2010)
Heavy metal accumulation in Halimione portulacoides: intra- and extra-cellular metal binding sites.
Ana I. Sousa;Ana I. Sousa;Isabel Caçador;Ana I. Lillebø;Miguel A. Pardal.
Stock and losses of trace metals from salt marsh plants.
Isabel Caçador;Miguel Caetano;Bernardo Duarte;Carlos Vale.
Marine Environmental Research (2009)
The role of citric acid in cadmium and nickel uptake and translocation, in Halimione portulacoides.
Bernardo Duarte;Marta Delgado;Isabel Caçador.
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