His scientific interests lie mostly in Moss, Environmental chemistry, Biomonitoring, Sampling and Contamination. His Moss research is mostly focused on the topic Pseudoscleropodium purum. His Environmental chemistry study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Mineralogy.
J.A. Fernández works mostly in the field of Biomonitoring, limiting it down to topics relating to Environmental monitoring and, in certain cases, Mediterranean climate, as a part of the same area of interest. His Sampling research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Soil science, Environmental engineering and Pollution. His Contamination study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ecotoxicology and Air quality index.
J.A. Fernández focuses on Environmental chemistry, Biomonitoring, Moss, Contamination and Pollution. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Particulates and Botany. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fucus vesiculosus, Pollutant and Heavy metals in addition to Biomonitoring.
His Moss study incorporates themes from Sampling and Air pollution. His Contamination research incorporates elements of Sphagnum denticulatum, Elution and Air quality index. His research in Bioconcentration tackles topics such as Mineralogy which are related to areas like Hypnum cupressiforme and Scleropodium purum.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Biomonitoring, Moss, Pollution and Fucus vesiculosus. J.A. Fernández regularly ties together related areas like Contamination in his Environmental chemistry studies. His research integrates issues of Water quality and Marine pollution in his study of Biomonitoring.
His study looks at the relationship between Moss and fields such as Pollutant, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work in Pollution tackles topics such as Deposition which are related to areas like Metal deposition, Particulates and Air sampler. His work on Metal contamination as part of general Heavy metals study is frequently linked to Human health, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Biomonitoring, Pollution, Marine pollution and Deposition. Many of his Environmental chemistry research pursuits overlap with Metaproteomics, Eutrophication and δ15N. His Metaproteomics research overlaps with other disciplines such as Mussel, Sentinel species and Proteome.
His work in Eutrophication incorporates the disciplines of Bioaccumulation, Moss, Trout, Aquaculture and Fontinalis antipyretica. His δ15N research incorporates Sampling, Spatial variability, Variogram, Marine ecosystem and Fucus vesiculosus. His studies in Deposition integrate themes in fields like Air sampler and Particulates.
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Mosses as biomonitors of atmospheric heavy metal deposition: spatial patterns and temporal trends in Europe.
H. Harmens;D.A. Norris;E. Steinnes;E. Kubin.
Environmental Pollution (2010)
Moss bag biomonitoring: a methodological review.
A. Ares;J.R. Aboal;A. Carballeira;S. Giordano.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Heavy metal and nitrogen concentrations in mosses are declining across Europe whilst some "hotspots" remain in 2010.
H. Harmens;D.A. Norris;K. Sharps;G. Mills.
Environmental Pollution (2015)
An extended study of heavy metal deposition in Galicia (NW Spain) based on moss analysis.
J.A Fernández;A Rey;A Carballeira.
Science of The Total Environment (2000)
Is it possible to estimate atmospheric deposition of heavy metals by analysis of terrestrial mosses
J.R. Aboal;J.A. Fernández;T. Boquete;A. Carballeira.
Science of The Total Environment (2010)
Use of native and transplanted mosses as complementary techniques for biomonitoring mercury around an industrial facility.
J.A Fernández;J.R Aboal;A Carballeira.
Science of The Total Environment (2000)
A comparison of indigenous mosses and topsoils for use in monitoring atmospheric heavy metal deposition in Galicia (northwest Spain)
J.A Fernández;A Carballeira.
Environmental Pollution (2001)
Oak leaves and pine needles as biomonitors of airborne trace elements pollution
J.R Aboal;J.A Fernández;A Carballeira.
Environmental and Experimental Botany (2004)
Evaluation of Contamination, by Different Elements, in Terrestrial Mosses
J. A. Fernández;A. Carballeira.
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (2001)
Biomonitoring of metal deposition in northern Spain by moss analysis
J.A Fernández;A Ederra;E Núñez;J Martı́nez-Abaigar.
Science of The Total Environment (2002)
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