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Ítalo Braga de Castro

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Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP). Campus Baixada Santista. Instituto de Saúde e Sociedade (ISS)  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Graduated in Biological Sciences from the Federal University of Ceará (2003), master's degree in Marine Sciences from the Institute of Marine Sciences - LABOMAR / UFC (2005) and a PhD in Oceanography from the Federal University of Rio Grande (2011). Currently is a member of the SETAC-BRAZIL, researcher collaborator of several institutions and Associate Professor at the Federal University of São Paulo. Has experience in Biological and Chemical Oceanography, acting on the following topics: Environmental Chemistry, impacts produced by marine pollution, bio-idicators of marine pollution and marine ecotoxicology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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OLIVEIRA, CAROLINA ROCHA MOREIRA; CASTRO, LEANDRO MANTOVANI DE; NAZARETH, MONICK ALVES DA CRUZ; HARAYASHIKI, CYNTIA AYUMI YOKOTA; CASTRO, ITALO BRAGA. Shell structure and composition alterations in the limpet Lottia subrugosa along a contamination gradient in the Santos Estuary, Brazil. ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS, v. 115, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (15/25063-0)

GOUVEIA, NAYARA; OLIVEIRA, CAROLINA R. M.; MARTINS, CAMILA P.; MARANHO, LUCIANE A.; PEREIRA, CAMILO DIAS SEABRA; DE ORTE, MANOELA R.; HARAYASHIKI, CYNTIA A. Y.; ALMEIDA, SERGIO M.; CASTRO, ITALO B.. Can shell alterations in limpets be used as alternative biomarkers of coastal contamination?. Chemosphere, v. 224, p. 9-19, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (17/06686-2, 15/25063-0)

BEGLIOMINI, FELIPE NINCAO; MACIEL, DANIELE CLAUDINO; DE ALMEIDA, SERGIO MENDONCA; ABESSA, DENIS MOLEDO; MARANHO, LUCIANE ALVES; PEREIRA, CAMILO SEABRA; YOGUI, GILVAN TAKESHI; ZANARDI-LAMARDO, ELIETE; CASTRO, ITALO BRAGA. Shell alterations in limpets as putative biomarkers for multi-impacted coastal areas. Environmental Pollution, v. 226, p. 494-503, . Web of Science Citations: 9. (15/25063-0)

YOKOTA HARAYASHIKI, CYNTIA AYUMI; MARQUEZ, FEDERICO; CARIOU, ELSA; CASTRO, ITALO BRAGA. Mollusk shell alterations resulting from coastal contamination and other environmental factors. Environmental Pollution, v. 265, n. B, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (15/25063-0, 16/50409-0, 18/08015-0)

YOKOTA HARAYASHIKI, CYNTIA AYUMI; MARTINS, CAMILA PRATALLI; MARQUEZ, FEDERICO; BIGATTI, GREGORIO; CASTRO, ITALO BRAGA. Historical shell form variation in Lottia subrugosa from southeast Brazilian coast: Possible responses to anthropogenic pressures. Marine Pollution Bulletin, v. 155, . Web of Science Citations: 0. (15/25063-0, 16/50409-0, 18/08015-0)

LIMA, CHRISTIANE FREIRE; DOS SANTOS PINTO, MARIANA AMARAL; CHOUERI, RODRIGO BRASIL; MOREIRA, LUCAS BURUAEM; CASTRO, ITALO BRAGA. Occurrence, characterization, partition, and toxicity of cigarette butts in a highly urbanized coastal area. WASTE MANAGEMENT, v. 131, p. 10-19, . Web of Science Citations: 1. (19/13750-4)

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