José Miguel Nieto mainly investigates Acid mine drainage, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Environmental chemistry, Geochemistry and Hydrology. His Acid mine drainage research incorporates themes from Environmental engineering, Estuary, Water quality, Pollution and Environmental remediation. The concepts of his Iberian Pyrite Belt study are interwoven with issues in Drainage basin, Marine transgression, Pollutant and Holocene.
Environmental chemistry is closely attributed to Pyrite in his research. His study focuses on the intersection of Geochemistry and fields such as Oil shale with connections in the field of Geomorphology, Fluvial, Salt marsh and Seawater. The Hydrology study combines topics in areas such as Period, Wet season, Arsenic, Environmental monitoring and Mediterranean climate.
His primary areas of investigation include Acid mine drainage, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Environmental chemistry, Geochemistry and Mineralogy. His Acid mine drainage research includes themes of Hydrology, Water quality and Pollution. His Iberian Pyrite Belt research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Tailings, Environmental engineering, Pollutant, Estuary and Weathering.
José Miguel Nieto combines subjects such as Sulfide, Contamination, Arsenic, Pyrite and Sulfate with his study of Environmental chemistry. His Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gossan and Oil shale. His study in Mineralogy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical engineering and Reactive material.
José Miguel Nieto focuses on Acid mine drainage, Environmental chemistry, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Contamination and Waste management. The various areas that he examines in his Acid mine drainage study include Environmental engineering, Hydrology, Water quality, Toxicity and Sulfate. José Miguel Nieto interconnects Hematite, Pollution and Arsenic in the investigation of issues within Environmental chemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Environmental protection, Water pollution, Groundwater, Environmental remediation and Water resources, which intersect with Iberian Pyrite Belt. His Waste management research includes elements of Leaching and Raw material, Phosphogypsum. His work on Schwertmannite as part of general Goethite research is frequently linked to Mineralogy and Jarosite, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Acid mine drainage, Environmental chemistry, Iberian Pyrite Belt, Phosphogypsum and Waste management. His Acid mine drainage study incorporates themes from Corbicula fluminea, Environmental engineering, Contamination, Biomonitoring and Bioaccumulation. José Miguel Nieto has included themes like Estuary, Sulfate, Pollution and Pyrite in his Environmental chemistry study.
His Iberian Pyrite Belt study combines topics in areas such as Hydrology, Water quality and Groundwater. His studies deal with areas such as Pollutant and Weathering as well as Phosphogypsum. His research integrates issues of Refining and Metal prices in his study of Waste management.
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Changes in mobility of hazardous elements during coal combustion in Santa Catarina power plant (Brazil)
Dino Quispe;Rafael Pérez-López;Rafael Pérez-López;Luis F.O. Silva;José M. Nieto.
Speciation and ecological risk of toxic elements in estuarine sediments affected by multiple anthropogenic contributions (Guadiana saltmarshes, SW Iberian Peninsula): I. Surficial sediments
Joaquín Delgado;Cinta Barba-Brioso;José Miguel Nieto;Tomasz Boski.
Science of The Total Environment (2011)
Heavy metals fractionation and multivariate statistical techniques to evaluate the environmental risk in soils of Huelva Township (SW Iberian Peninsula)
Marco Tulio Guillén;Joaquín Delgado;Stefano Albanese;José Miguel Nieto.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration (2012)
Field multi-step limestone and MgO passive system to treat acid mine drainage with high metal concentrations
Manuel A. Caraballo;Tobias S. Rötting;Francisco Macías;José Miguel Nieto.
Applied Geochemistry (2009)
Toxicity and potential risk assessment of a river polluted by acid mine drainage in the Iberian Pyrite Belt (SW Spain)
Aguasanta M. Sarmiento;Angel DelValls;José Miguel Nieto;María José Salamanca.
Science of The Total Environment (2011)
Sea-level rise and anthropogenic activities recorded in the late Pleistocene/Holocene sedimentary infill of the Guadiana Estuary (SW Iberia)
J. Delgado;T. Boski;J. M. Nieto;L. Pereira.
Quaternary Science Reviews (2012)
Long term remediation of highly polluted acid mine drainage: a sustainable approach to restore the environmental quality of the Odiel river basin.
Manuel A. Caraballo;Francisco Macías;Tobias S. Rötting;José Miguel Nieto.
Environmental Pollution (2011)
Enrichment of rare earth elements as environmental tracers of contamination by acid mine drainage in salt marshes: a new perspective.
Joaquín Delgado;Rafael Pérez-López;Rafael Pérez-López;Laura Galván;José Miguel Nieto.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2012)
Evaluation of heavy metal bio-availability from Almagrera pyrite-rich tailings dam (Iberian Pyrite Belt, SW Spain) based on a sequential extraction procedure
Antonio M. Álvarez-Valero;Antonio M. Álvarez-Valero;Reinaldo Sáez;Rafael Pérez-López;Rafael Pérez-López;Joaquín Delgado.
Journal of Geochemical Exploration (2009)
Natural pretreatment and passive remediation of highly polluted acid mine drainage.
Francisco Macías;Manuel A. Caraballo;José Miguel Nieto;Tobias S. Rötting.
Journal of Environmental Management (2012)
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