Cristina Branquinho
Cristina Branquinho
Associate Professor at Faculty of Sciences University of Lisbon
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TitleCited byYear
The cellular location of Cu in lichens and its effects on membrane integrity and chlorophyll fluorescence
C Branquinho, DH Brown, F Catarino
Environmental and Experimental Botany 38 (2), 165-179, 1997
1921997
Lichens as an integrating tool for monitoring PAH atmospheric deposition: a comparison with soil, air and pine needles
S Augusto, C Máguas, J Matos, MJ Pereira, C Branquinho
Environmental Pollution 158 (2), 483-489, 2010
1212010
Nitrogen deposition effects on Mediterranean-type ecosystems: an ecological assessment
R Ochoa-Hueso, EB Allen, C Branquinho, C Cruz, T Dias, ME Fenn, ...
Environmental Pollution 159 (10), 2265-2279, 2011
1162011
Improving the use of lichens as biomonitors of atmospheric metal pollution
C Branquinho, F Catarino, DH Brown, MJ Pereira, A Soares
Science of the Total Environment 232 (1-2), 67-77, 1999
1161999
Atmospheric ammonia
MA Sutton, S Reis, SMH Baker
Detecting Emission Changes and Environmental Impacts 494, 2009
1152009
Revisiting the plant hyperaccumulation criteria to rare plants and earth abundant elements
C Branquinho, HC Serrano, MJ Pinto, MA Martins-Louçao
Environmental pollution 146 (2), 437-443, 2007
1072007
Biomonitoring spatial and temporal impact of atmospheric dust from a cement industry
C Branquinho, G Gaio-Oliveira, S Augusto, P Pinho, C Máguas, O Correia
Environmental Pollution 151 (2), 292-299, 2008
912008
Mapping lichen diversity as a first step for air quality assessment
P Pinho, S Augusto, C Branquinho, A Bio, MJ Pereira, A Soares, ...
Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry 49 (1-3), 377-389, 2004
872004
Metals in the environment: analysis by biodiversity
MNV Prasad
CRC Press, 2001
832001
Using lichen functional diversity to assess the effects of atmospheric ammonia in Mediterranean woodlands
P Pinho, T Dias, C Cruz, Y Sim Tang, MA Sutton, MA Martins‐Loução, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 48 (5), 1107-1116, 2011
792011
Causes of change in nitrophytic and oligotrophic lichen species in a Mediterranean climate: impact of land cover and atmospheric pollutants
P Pinho, S Augusto, MA Martins-Loução, MJ Pereira, A Soares, C Máguas, ...
Environmental Pollution 154 (3), 380-389, 2008
772008
The use of lichen functional groups as indicators of air quality in a Mediterranean urban environment
E Llop, P Pinho, P Matos, MJ Pereira, C Branquinho
Ecological indicators 13 (1), 215-221, 2012
762012
Lead (Pb) uptake and its effects on membrane integrity and chlorophyll fluorescence in different lichen species
C Branquinho, DH Brown, C Máguas, F Catarino
Environmental and Experimental Botany 37 (2-3), 95-105, 1997
741997
Guidelines for biomonitoring persistent organic pollutants (POPs), using lichens and aquatic mosses–a review
S Augusto, C Máguas, C Branquinho
Environmental pollution 180, 330-338, 2013
642013
Lichen traits responding to aridity
P Matos, P Pinho, G Aragon, I Martínez, A Nunes, AMVM Soares, ...
Journal of Ecology 103 (2), 451-458, 2015
602015
A method for studying the cellular location of lead in lichens
C Branquinho, DH Brown
The Lichenologist 26 (1), 83-90, 1994
601994
Lichens
C Branquinho
Metals in the Environment, 137-178, 2001
572001
Critical loads of nitrogen deposition and critical levels of atmospheric ammonia for semi-natural Mediterranean evergreen woodlands
P Pinho, MR Theobald, T Dias, YS Tang, C Cruz, MA Martins-Loução, ...
Biogeosciences 9 (3), 1205-1215, 2012
552012
Spatial modeling of PAHs in lichens for fingerprinting of multisource atmospheric pollution
S Augusto, C Máguas, J Matos, MJ Pereira, A Soares, C Branquinho
Environmental science & technology 43 (20), 7762-7769, 2009
552009
Assessment of critical levels of atmospherically ammonia for lichen diversity in cork-oak woodland, Portugal
P Pinho, C Branquinho, C Cruz, S Tang, TR Dias, AP Rosa, C Máguas
Atmospheric Ammonia - Detecting emission changes and environmental impacts …, 2009
54*2009
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