Experiência comprovada e publicada em jornais científicos

Souto-Oliveira, C.E., Babinski, M., Araújo, D.F., Andrade, M.F., 2018. Multi-isotopic fingerprints (Pb, Zn, Cu) applied for urban aerosol source apportionment and discrimination. Science of the Total Environment. 626, 1350-1366.


Souto-Oliveira, C.E., Babinski, M., Araújo, D.F., Weiss, D.J., Ruiz, I.R., 2019. Multi-isotope approach of Pb, Cu and Zn in urban aerosols and anthropogenic sources improves tracing of the atmospheric pollutant sources in megacities. Atmospheric Environment. 198, 427 – 437.


Souto-Oliveira, C. E., Andrade, M. D. F., Kumar, P., Lopes, F. J. D. S., Babinski, M., and Landulfo, E., 2016. Effect of vehicular traffic, remote sources and new particle formation on the activation properties of cloud condensation nuclei in the megacity of São Paulo, Brazil, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 16, 14635-14656.


Araújo, D.F., Machado, W., Weiss, D., Souto-Oliveira, C.E., Mulholland, D.S., Garnier, J., Boaventura, G.R., Babinski, M. 2018. Zinc isotopes as tracers of anthropogenic sources and biogeohemical processes in contamined mangroves. Applied Geochemistry. 95, 25-32.


A. Vara-Vela, M. F. Andrade, Y. Zhang, P. Kumar, R. Y. Ynoue, C. E. Souto-Oliveira, F. J. S. Lopes and E. Landulfo., 2018. Modelling of atmospheric aerosol properties in the Sao Paulo Metropolitan Area: the impact of biomass burning contribution. Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres. 123, 9935-9956.


Ibarra-Espinosa, S., Ynoue, R., O'Sullivan, S., Pebesma, E., Andrade, M. D. F., and Osses, M.: VEIN v0.2.2: an R package for bottom–up vehicular emissions inventories, Geosci. Model Dev., 11, 2209-2229, https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-11-2209-2018, 2018.

Ibarra S., Ynoue R. (2017). REMI model: Bottom - up emissions inventories for cities with lack of data. Journal ofearth sciences and geotechnical engeineering.

Andrade MF., Ynoue R., Freitas E., Todezco E., Vara-Vela A., Ibarra S., Martins L., Martins J and Carvalho V.(2015). Air quality forecating system for outheastern Brazil.  Frontiers in Envionmental Science.

Santibañez D., Ibarra S., Matus P., Seguel R. y Leiva M. (2011). Particulate matter (PM2.5) and cerebrovascular diseases in Santiago de Chile. Environmental Pollution.

Abrutzky R., Ibarra S., Matus P., Romero-Lankao P., Pereyra V. (2013). Atmopheric pollutiona nd mortality. Acomparative tudy between two Latin American cities: Buenos aires (Argentina) and Santiago (Chile). International journal of environment and Health.


Gavidia-Calderón, M. E., Vara-Vela, A., Crespo, N. M., and Andrade, M. F.: Impact of time-dependent chemical boundary conditions on tropospheric ozone simulation with WRF-Chem: An experiment over the Metropolitan Area of São Paulo, Atmospheric Environment (under review).


González, C. M., Ynoue, R. Y., Vara-Vela, A., Rojas, N. Y., and Aristizábal, B. H.: High-resolution air quality modelling in a medium-sized city in the tropical Andes: assessment of local and global emissions in understanding ozone and PM10 dynamics, Atmos. Poll. Res., 9, 934-948, 2018.


Vara-Vela, A., Andrade, M. F., Kumar, P., Ynoue, R. Y., and Muñoz, A. G.: Impact of vehicular emissions on the formation of fine particles in the Sao Paulo Metropolitan Area: a numerical study with the WRF-Chem model, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 16, 777-797, 2016.


Andrade, M. F., Ynoue, R. Y., Freitas, E. D., Todesco, E., Vara-Vela, A., Ibarra, S., Martins, L. D., Martins, J. A., and Carvalho, V. S. B.: Air quality forecasting system for Southeastern Brazil, Front. Environ. Sci., 3, 1-14, 2015.


Francisco AP; Nardocci, AC; Tominaga, MY; da Silva, CR; de Assunção, J. Spatial and seasonal trends of polychlorinated dioxins, furans and dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls in air using passive and active samplers and inhalation risk assessment. Atmospheric Pollution Research, v. 8, p. 979-987, 2017. (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apr.2017.03.007)


Francisco AP; Harner, T. ; Eng, A. . Measurement of polyurethane foam air partition coefficients for semivolatile organic compounds as a function of temperature: Application to passive air sampler monitoring. Chemosphere, v. 174; p.638-642, 2017. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2017.01.135)


Francisco AP, Alvim DS, Gatti LG, Pesquero CR e de Assunção JV. Ozônio Troposférico e Compostos Orgânicos Voláteis em Região Impactada pela agroindústria canavieira. Química Nova, 2016 (http://dx.doi.org/10.21577/01004042.20160132)


Cangerana F, Pacheco E, de Assunção JV, Santos JC, Francisco AP. Monitoramento Passivo de Ozônio no Município de Jundiaí. Sustentabilidade em Debate, v. 6, p. 89, 2015 (http://dx.doi.org/10.18472/SustDeb.v6n3.2015.15544)


De Assunção JV, Pesquero CR, Nardocci AC, Francisco AP, Soares NS, Ribeiro, H. Airborne polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in a medium-sized city affected by preharvest sugarcane burning and inhalation risk for human health. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, v. 64, p. 1130-1139, 2014.


Martín A, Caldelas C, Weiss D, Aranjuelo I, Navarro E. Assessment of Metal Immission in Urban Environments Using Elemental Concentrations and Zinc Isotope Signatures in Leaves of Nerium oleander. Environmental Science and Technology. 2018;52(4):2071-80.


Khondoker R, Weiss D, van de Flierdt T, Rehkämper M, Kreissig K, Coles BJ, et al. New constraints on elemental and Pb and Nd isotope compositions of South American and Southern African aerosol sources to the South Atlantic Ocean. Chemie der Erde. 2018


Gioia SMCL, Babinski M, Weiss DJ, Spiro B, Kerr AAFS, Veríssimo TG, et al. An isotopic study of atmospheric lead in a megacity after phasing out of leaded gasoline. Atmospheric Environment. 2017;149:70-83.


Dong S, Ochoa Gonzalez R, Harrison RM, Green D, North R, Fowler G, Weiss D. Isotopic signatures suggest important contributions from recycled gasoline, road dust and non-exhaust traffic sources for copper, zinc and lead in PM<inf>10</inf>in London, United Kingdom. Atmospheric Environment. 2017;165:88-98.


Gonzalez RO, Strekopytov S, Amato F, Querol X, Reche C, Weiss D. New Insights from Zinc and Copper Isotopic Compositions into the Sources of Atmospheric Particulate Matter from Two Major European Cities. Environmental Science and Technology. 2016;50(18):9816-24.

Yan Y, Sun YB, Weiss D, Liang LJ, Chen HY. Polluted dust derived from long-range transport as a major end member of urban aerosols and its implication of non-point pollution in northern China. Science of the Total Environment. 2015;506-507:538-45.


Ochoa Gonzalez R, Weiss D. Zinc Isotope Variability in Three Coal-Fired Power Plants: A Predictive Model for Determining Isotopic Fractionation during Combustion. Environmental Science and Technology. 2015;49(20):12560-7.


Sun Y, Chen H, Tada R, Weiss D, Lin M, Toyoda S, et al. ESR signal intensity and crystallinity of quartz from Gobi and sandy deserts in East Asia and implication for tracing Asian dust provenance. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems. 2013;14(8):2615-27.


Spiro B, Udachin V, Williamson BJ, Purvis OW, Tessalina SG, Weiss DJ. Lacustrine sediments and lichen transplants: Two contrasting and complimentary environmental archives of natural and anthropogenic lead in the South Urals, Russia. Aquatic Sciences. 2013;75(2):185-98.


Dong S, Weiss DJ, Strekopytov S, Kreissig K, Sun Y, Baker AR, et al. Stable isotope ratio measurements of Cu and Zn in mineral dust (bulk and size fractions) from the Taklimakan Desert and the Sahel and in aerosols from the eastern tropical North Atlantic Ocean. Talanta. 2013;114:103-9.


Gioia SMCL, Babinski M, Weiss DJ, Kerr AAFS. Insights into the dynamics and sources of atmospheric lead and particulate matter in São Paulo, Brazil, from high temporal resolution sampling. Atmospheric Research. 2010;98(2-4):478-85.


Araújo, D.; Machado, W.; Weiss, D.; Mulholland, D.S.; et al. A critical examination of the possible application of zinc stable isotope ratios in bivalve mollusks and suspended particulate matter to trace zinc pollution in a tropical estuary. Environmental Pollution (1987), v. 226, p. 41-47, 2017.


Araújo, D.F; Boaventura, G.R.; Machado, W.; Viers, J.; Weiss, D.; et al., Tracing of anthropogenic zinc sources in coastal environments using stable isotope composition. Chemical Geology, v. 449, p. 226-235, 2017.


Cunha, B.; Machado, W.; Marra,A.; Araújo, D.; Garnier, J, et al. Lead source assessment by isotopic and elementary composition in the transition from pristine to polluted condition of coastal sediments / avaliação das fontes de pb pelas composições isotópicas e elementares de sedimentos costeiros na transição de condições naturais para poluídas. journal of sedimentary environments, v. 3, p. 46-53, 2018.