Vanda Brotas mainly focuses on Chlorophyll a, Oceanography, Estuary, Phytoplankton and Ecology. Her Chlorophyll a research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Diatom, Diadinoxanthin and Chlorophyll. Her study in the field of Biomass, Bloom, Bay and Climate change is also linked to topics like Arctic dipole anomaly.
Her work carried out in the field of Biomass brings together such families of science as Benthic zone, Spatial heterogeneity and Seasonality. Her Estuary research includes themes of Denitrification and Nitrogen cycle. Her Algal bloom study, which is part of a larger body of work in Phytoplankton, is frequently linked to User requirements document, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Phytoplankton, Oceanography, Chlorophyll a, Ecology and Remote sensing are her primary areas of study. Vanda Brotas has included themes like Biomass, Abundance, Climate change and Ecosystem in her Phytoplankton study. Dominance is closely connected to Trophic level in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Biomass.
Her Oceanography research incorporates themes from Emiliania huxleyi and Community structure. Her Chlorophyll a research includes themes of Diadinoxanthin, Chlorophyll, Atmospheric sciences, Streamflow and Diatom. Vanda Brotas interconnects SeaWiFS, In situ, Meteorology and Ocean color in the investigation of issues within Remote sensing.
Her primary scientific interests are in Remote sensing, SeaWiFS, Attenuation coefficient, Chlorophyll a and Phytoplankton. Her study ties her expertise on Remote sensing reflectance together with the subject of Remote sensing. Her SeaWiFS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Training, Climate change, Marine ecosystem and Biogeochemistry.
Vanda Brotas integrates Chlorophyll a with Land cover in her research. Vanda Brotas conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Phytoplankton and Vulnerability through her research. Her Phenology research includes elements of Ocean color remote sensing and Oceanography, Upwelling.
Vanda Brotas spends much of her time researching Remote sensing, Phytoplankton, Chlorophyll a, Climate change and SeaWiFS. Phytoplankton and Land cover are two areas of study in which Vanda Brotas engages in interdisciplinary research. Her studies in Chlorophyll a integrate themes in fields like Aquatic ecosystem and Atmospheric sciences.
Her Climate change study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric correction, Climatology and Radiometer. In her research, Band ratio and Reflectivity is intimately related to Pixel, which falls under the overarching field of Radiometer. Her SeaWiFS research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Marine ecosystem, Training and Biogeochemistry.
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Are phytoplankton blooms occurring earlier in the Arctic
M. Kahru;V. Brotas;M. Manzano‐Sarabia;B. G. Mitchell.
Global Change Biology (2011)
Responses of microphytobenthos to light: primary production and carbohydrate allocation over an emersion period
R. G. Perkins;G. J. C. Underwood;V. Brotas;G. C. Snow.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2001)
Adaptations of microphytobenthos assemblages to sediment type and tidal position.
B. Jesus;V. Brotas;L. Ribeiro;C.R. Mendes.
Continental Shelf Research (2009)
Seasonal variation in denitrification and dissolved nitrogen fluxes in intertidal sediments of the Tagus estuary, Portugal
Maria Teresa Cabrita;Vanda Brotas.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2000)
Environmental drivers of phytoplankton distribution and composition in Tagus Estuary, Portugal
C. Gameiro;P. Cartaxana;V. Brotas.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2007)
Protocol handbook for NICE - Nitrogen Cycling in Estuaries: a project under the EU research programme: Marine Science and Technology (MAST III)
T. Dalsgaard;L. P. Nielsen;V. Brotas;P. Viaroli.
Spatio-temporal distribution of the microphytobenthic biomass in intertidal flats of Tagus Estuary (Portugal)
Vanda Brotas;Teresa Cabrita;Ana Portugal;João Serôdio.
Obtaining Phytoplankton Diversity from Ocean Color: A Scientific Roadmap for Future Development.
Astrid Bracher;Astrid Bracher;Heather A. Bouman;Robert J. W. Brewin;Annick Bricaud;Annick Bricaud.
Frontiers in Marine Science (2017)
Spatial and temporal patterns of microphytobenthic taxa of estuarine tidal flats in the Tagus Estuary (Portugal) using pigment analysis by HPLC
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1998)
Diatom migration and sediment armouring — an example from the Tagus Estuary, Portugal
T. J. Tolhurst;B. Jesus;B. Jesus;V. Brotas;D. M. Paterson.
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