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Accumulation of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in Mussel Perna Perna After an Oil Spill and Evaluation of Cellular Biomarkers for Biomonitoring E. Francioni, A. Wagener, A.L. Scofield, B. Cavalier, and M.H. Depledge 939
Changes in Nematoda community structure related to sewage discharge T. K. Pinto and C. E. Bemvenuti 1476
Coastal Erosion Vulnerability Analysis Methodology J. T. de Menezes and A. H. da F. Klein 1569
Effect of a Storm Event on Lysosomes of Haemocytes in Donax hanleyanus (Mollusca: Bivalvia) on Exposed Sandy Beaches of Santa Catarina State, Brazil L. K. P. Martins, V. R. Bellotto, P. C. de Brito, and E. S. Alves 955
Calculation of Sediment Delivery from the Guadiana Estuary to the Coastal Ocean Luís Ivens Portela 1214
Using Small Format Aerial Photographs (SFAP) to Map Coral Reefs in Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil R.F. do Amaral and L.M.G. Gonçalves 1147
Salinity, Nutrient and Chlorophyll a Vertical Variations in the Ebro River Plume I. Romero; S. Falco; M. Rodilla; J.P. Sierra; J.G. del Río and C. Mosso 1195
Coastal Greenways: Interdisplinarity and Integration Challenges for the Management of Developed Coastal Areas J. C. Ferreira; C. Silva; J. A. Tenedório; S. Pontes; S. Encarnação and L. Marques 1458
Pre-selection of Areas for Shrimp Culture in a Subtropical Brazilian Lagoon Based on Multicriteria Hydrological Evaluation E. Beltrame; C. Bonetti and J. Bonetti Filho 1323
Artificial Reefs As a Tool for Coastal Management in Balearic Islands (Western Mediterranean) Isabel Moreno Castillo 1309
Sargassum cymosum (Phaeophyceae) in Southern Brazil: Seasonality of Biomass, Recovery After Harvest and Alginate Yield L. L. Mafra Jr. and S. R. Cunha 1354
Macrobenthic Recolonization Processes in Mangroves of Southern Brazil L. F. D. Faraco and P. C. Lana 1446
Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Salt Marsh Colonization Following Causeway Construction in the Bay of Fundy D. van Proosdij and S.M.Townsend 1102
Postglacial Organic Carbon Accumulation in Coastal Zones - a Possible Cause for Varying Atmospheric CO2 levels. Preliminary Data from SW Portugal. T. Boski, D. Moura, V. Correia, H. Martins, C. Veiga-Pires, S. Camacho and A. Wilamowski 982
An Element-by-Element Mild-Slope Model for Wave Propagation Studies J.L.M. Fernandes, M.A.Vaz dos Santos and C.J.E.M. Fortes 1159
MODSHARP: Regional-Scale Numerical Model for Quantifying Groundwater Flux and Contaminant Discharge into the Coastal Zone B. Ataie-Ashtiani 1112
Hydrodynamic of Guaratuba Bay PR, Brazil E.Marone, M.A. Noernberg, I. Dos Santos, L.F. Lautert, O.R.Andreoli, H. Buba and H.D. Fill 1476
Origin of Mud Deposits in aWave Dominated Shallow Inner Continental Shelf of the State of Paraná Coast, Southern Brazil F.A.Veiga, R. J.Angulo, F. Sá, L. L. R. Odreski, M.R. Lamour and S.T. Disaró 984
Hydraulic Characteristics Under Model Seagrasses by Flow Visualization Using the PTV Technique G. Tsujimoto; H.Yamada; T.Kakinoki and S. Kusakabe 1268
Climate Change and Episodes of Severe Erosion at the Jequitinhonha Strandplain, SE Bahia, Brazil J. M. L. Dominguez, L. Martin and A.C.S.P. Bittencourt 1178

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