His primary areas of study are Environmental chemistry, Hydrology, Methylmercury, Amazon rainforest and MERCURE. Aquatic ecosystem is the focus of his Environmental chemistry research. In his research on the topic of Aquatic ecosystem, Pollution is strongly related with Ecosystem.
He has researched Hydrology in several fields, including Macrophyte, Soil water and Water column. His research links Surgery with Methylmercury. The concepts of his Amazon rainforest study are interwoven with issues in Fish consumption, Environmental protection, Drainage basin, Dietary survey and Animal science.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Methylmercury, Amazon rainforest, Macrophyte and Ecology. Many of his research projects under Environmental chemistry are closely connected to Gold mining with Gold mining, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His studies in Methylmercury integrate themes in fields like MERCURE, Botany, Microorganism, Biogeochemical cycle and Periphyton.
His Amazon rainforest study incorporates themes from Drainage basin, Fishery, Animal science and Environmental protection. As a member of one scientific family, Jean Remy Davée Guimarães mostly works in the field of Macrophyte, focusing on Floodplain and, on occasion, Organic matter. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Predatory fish and Oceanography.
His main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Environmental health, Amazon rainforest, Methylmercury and Pesticide. His study deals with a combination of Environmental chemistry and Gold mining. His Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Ecosystem management and Environmental education.
In his research, Environmental impact assessment is intimately related to Fishery, which falls under the overarching field of Amazon rainforest. In his study, Microcosm, Microbial metabolism, Biogeochemical cycle and Dry season is inextricably linked to Dissolved organic carbon, which falls within the broad field of Methylmercury. His Pollution research integrates issues from Drainage basin, Water quality and Water pollution.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Methylmercury, Gold mining, Pollution and Aquatic ecosystem. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Dry season, Periphyton and Microbial metabolism. He combines subjects such as Botany, Microorganism, Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Iron bacteria and Mangrove with his study of Methylmercury.
Erosion, Ecosystem, Gold extraction, Contamination and Mass-independent fractionation are fields of study that intersect with his Gold mining research. His Pollution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Drainage basin, Water quality and Water pollution. His Aquatic ecosystem study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Environmental exposure.
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Human exposure to mercury due to goldmining in the Tapajos River basin, Amazon, Brazil: Speciation of mercury in human hair, blood and urine
H. Akagi;O. Malm;F. J. P. Branches;Y. Kinjo.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (1995)
The geochemistry of mercury in central amazonian soils developed on the Alter-do-Chão formation of the lower Tapajós River Valley, Pará state, Brazil
M. Roulet;M. Lucotte;A. Saint-Aubin;S. Tran.
Science of The Total Environment (1998)
Effects of recent human colonization on the presence of mercury in amazonian ecosystems
M. Roulet;M. Lucotte;N. Farella;G. Serique.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (1999)
A preliminary study of mercury exposure and blood pressure in the Brazilian Amazon
Myriam Fillion;Donna Mergler;Carlos José Sousa Passos;Fabrice Larribe.
Environmental Health (2006)
Increase in mercury contamination recorded in lacustrine sediments following deforestation in the central Amazon1The present investigation is part of an ongoing study, the CARUSO project (CRDI-UFPa-UQAM), initiated to determine the sources, fate and health effects of the presence of MeHg in the area of the Lower Tapajós.1
M Roulet;M Lucotte;R Canuel;N Farella.
Chemical Geology (2000)
Total mercury in muscle tissue of five shark species from Brazilian offshore waters: effects of feeding habit, sex, and length.
Alexandra Penedo de Pinho;Jean Remy Davée Guimarães;Agnaldo S. Martins;P.A.S. Costa.
Environmental Research (2002)
Methylmercury in water, seston, and epiphyton of an Amazonian river and its floodplain, Tapajós River, Brazil.
M Roulet;M Lucotte;Jean R D Guimarães;I Rheault.
Science of The Total Environment (2000)
An assessment of Hg pollution in different goldmining areas, Amazon Brazil
Olaf Malm;Miriam B. Castro;Wanderley R. Bastos;Fernando J.P. Branches.
Science of The Total Environment (1995)
Methylmercury in Fish and Hair Samples from the Balbina Reservoir, Brazilian Amazon
Helena do Amaral Kehrig;Olaf Malm;Hirokatsu Akagi;Jean R.D. Guimarães.
Environmental Research (1998)
Mercury methylation along a lake–forest transect in the Tapajós river floodplain, Brazilian Amazon: seasonal and vertical variations
Jean Remy Davée Guimarães;Marc Roulet;Marc Lucotte;Donna Mergler.
Science of The Total Environment (2000)
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