Her main research concerns Environmental chemistry, Pesticide, Soil water, Pollutant and Heptachlor. She combines subjects such as Hydrology, Phytoremediation and Willow with her study of Environmental chemistry. Her research in Pesticide intersects with topics in Macrophyte, Organic matter, Soil contamination, Persistent organic pollutant and Biomagnification.
Her Soil water research focuses on subjects like Sediment, which are linked to Pollution and Polybrominated diphenyl ethers. In Pollutant, she works on issues like Endosulfan, which are connected to Organochlorine pesticide, Contamination and Drainage basin. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Estuary, Fishery, Pesticide residue and Bioaccumulation.
Karina S.B. Miglioranza focuses on Environmental chemistry, Pesticide, Pollutant, Soil water and Endosulfan. She works in the field of Environmental chemistry, focusing on Bioaccumulation in particular. Her Pesticide study frequently links to related topics such as Soil contamination.
Her Pollutant research incorporates themes from Drainage basin, Phytoremediation, Agronomy and Ecosystem. Her Soil water research includes themes of Organic matter, Tillage and Dry weight. The various areas that she examines in her Endosulfan study include Hydrology and Groundwater.
Karina S.B. Miglioranza spends much of her time researching Pesticide, Environmental chemistry, Pollutant, Chlorpyrifos and Zoology. Karina S.B. Miglioranza focuses mostly in the field of Pesticide, narrowing it down to topics relating to Hydrology and, in certain cases, Leaching. Her Environmental chemistry study focuses on Aquatic ecosystem in particular.
In the subject of general Pollutant, her work in Polybrominated diphenyl ethers is often linked to Daption capense, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Her research integrates issues of Agriculture, Seasonal breeder and Electron capture detector in her study of Chlorpyrifos. She interconnects Organic matter, Dissolved organic carbon, Pesticide residue and Dry weight in the investigation of issues within Soil water.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Pesticide, Pollutant, Chlorpyrifos, Zoology and Ecosystem. Karina S.B. Miglioranza performs integrative Pesticide and Riparian zone research in her work. Her work on Persistent organic pollutant as part of general Pollutant research is often related to Bee pollen, thus linking different fields of science.
Her research on Chlorpyrifos frequently links to adjacent areas such as Honey bee. Her Zoology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Protected area and Primary metabolite. Her Ecosystem research integrates issues from Seasonal breeder, Pelagic zone and Albatross.
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Sorption of lipophilic organic compounds to wood and implications for their environmental fate.
Stefan Trapp;Karina S. B. Miglioranza;Hans Mosbæk.
Environmental Science & Technology (2001)
Dynamics of organochlorine pesticides in soils from a southeastern region of Argentina.
Karina S. B. Miglioranza;Julia E. Aizpún de Moreno;Víctor J. Moreno.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2003)
Occurrence of glyphosate and AMPA in an agricultural watershed from the southeastern region of Argentina
Leonardo Lupi;Karina Silvia Beatriz Miglioranza;Virginia Carolina Aparicio;Damian Jose Gabriel Marino.
Science of The Total Environment (2015)
Assessing pesticide leaching and desorption in soils with different agricultural activities from Argentina (Pampa and Patagonia)
Mariana Gonzalez;Karina S.B. Miglioranza;Karina S.B. Miglioranza;Julia E. Aizpún;Federico I. Isla;Federico I. Isla.
Critical review: Grand challenges in assessing the adverse effects of contaminants of emerging concern on aquatic food webs
Elena Nilsen;Kelly L Smalling;Lutz Ahrens;Meritxell Gros;Meritxell Gros.
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (2019)
Assessment of Argentinean Patagonia pollution: PBDEs, OCPs and PCBs in different matrices from the Río Negro basin.
Karina Silvia Beatriz Miglioranza;Mariana Gonzalez;Mariana Gonzalez;Paola Mariana Ondarza;Paola Mariana Ondarza;Valeria Mercedes Shimabukuro;Valeria Mercedes Shimabukuro.
Science of The Total Environment (2013)
Fate of organochlorine pesticides in soils and terrestrial biota of “Los Padres” pond watershed, Argentina
K.S.B Miglioranza;J.E Aizpún de Moreno;V.J Moreno;M.L Osterrieth.
Environmental Pollution (1999)
Striped weakfish (Cynoscion guatucupa): a biomonitor of organochlorine pesticides in estuarine and near-coastal zones.
A.L. Lanfranchi;M.L. Menone;M.L. Menone;K.S.B. Miglioranza;K.S.B. Miglioranza;L.J. Janiot.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2006)
PBDEs, PCBs and organochlorine pesticides distribution in edible fish from Negro River basin, Argentinean Patagonia.
P.M. Ondarza;M. Gonzalez;G. Fillmann;K.S.B. Miglioranza;K.S.B. Miglioranza.
Occurrence and distribution of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) crops from organic production.
Mariana Gonzalez;Karina S B Miglioranza;Julia E Aizpún de Moreno;Víctor J Moreno.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2003)
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