Monica F. Costa mainly focuses on Marine debris, Microplastics, Estuary, Fishery and Debris. The Marine debris study combines topics in areas such as Ecology, Biota, Pellets and Plage. She has researched Ecology in several fields, including Zoology and Mojarra.
Her Microplastics study combines topics in areas such as Marine habitats and Plankton. Her research in Estuary focuses on subjects like Drainage basin, which are connected to Trophic level. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hydrology, Littoral zone, Trawling and Environmental engineering.
Her main research concerns Estuary, Microplastics, Fishery, Ecology and Marine debris. Her Estuary research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wet season, Drainage basin, Water quality, Hydrology and Trophic level. Her Microplastics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sampling, Pollution and Plankton.
Her Pollution research includes elements of Litter, Biota, Pollutant and Environmental protection. Monica F. Costa usually deals with Fishery and limits it to topics linked to Ichthyoplankton and Zooplankton. Her Marine debris study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Marine pollution and Physical geography.
Monica F. Costa spends much of her time researching Microplastics, Marine debris, Pollution, Estuary and Oceanography. Monica F. Costa interconnects Sampling and Pollutant in the investigation of issues within Microplastics. Her work carried out in the field of Marine debris brings together such families of science as Trophic level, Apex predator, Marine pollution, Fishery and Litter.
Her research in Pollution intersects with topics in Biota and Environmental protection. Her studies in Estuary integrate themes in fields like Habitat, Wet season, Seasonality and Hydrology, Water resources. The study incorporates disciplines such as Marine conservation and Marine habitats in addition to Oceanography.
Her primary areas of investigation include Microplastics, Micro nano, Marine debris, Environmental pollution and Marine pollution. Her Microplastics research includes themes of Estuary and Marine habitats. Her Estuary research is included under the broader classification of Fishery.
Her Marine debris study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Apex predator. Monica F. Costa has included themes like Transect and Physical geography in her Marine pollution study. Her Pollution study incorporates themes from Drainage basin, Water pollution, Pollutant and Biogeochemistry.
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The present and future of microplastic pollution in the marine environment.
Juliana A. Ivar do Sul;Monica F. Costa.
Environmental Pollution (2014)
Fish and aquatic habitat conservation in South America: a continental overview with emphasis on neotropical systems
M. Barletta;A. J. Jaureguizar;C. Baigun;N. F. Fontoura.
Journal of Fish Biology (2010)
Plastic debris ingestion by marine catfish: An unexpected fisheries impact
Fernanda E. Possatto;Mário Barletta;Monica F. Costa;Juliana A. Ivar do Sul.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2011)
Distribution patterns of microplastics within the plankton of a tropical estuary.
A.R.A. Lima;M.F. Costa;M. Barletta.
Environmental Research (2014)
On the importance of size of plastic fragments and pellets on the strandline: a snapshot of a Brazilian beach
Monica F. Costa;Juliana A. Ivar do Sul;Jacqueline S. Silva-Cavalcanti;Maria Christina B. Araújo.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (2010)
Global research priorities to mitigate plastic pollution impacts on marine wildlife
Amanda C Vegter;Mario Barletta;Cathy A Beck;Jose Carlos Borrero.
Endangered Species Research (2014)
Marine debris review for Latin America and the wider Caribbean region: from the 1970s until now, and where do we go from here?
Juliana A. Ivar do Sul;Monica F. Costa.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2007)
Here, there and everywhere. Small plastic fragments and pellets on beaches of Fernando de Noronha (Equatorial Western Atlantic).
Juliana A. Ivar do Sul;Ângela Spengler;Monica F. Costa.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2009)
The seasonal and spatial patterns of ingestion of polyfilament nylon fragments by estuarine drums (Sciaenidae)
David V. Dantas;Mário Barletta;Monica Ferreira da Costa.
Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2012)
Distribution, sources and consequences of nutrients, persistent organic pollutants, metals and microplastics in South American estuaries.
Mário Barletta;André R.A. Lima;Monica F. Costa.
Science of The Total Environment (2019)
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