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Introduction
Welcome to Sistema Ambiental (SAL)
SAL is a free educational resource developed for students, researchers, alumni and the general public. SAL is provided by the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering (DCEA), a department at the Faculty of Science and Technology, New University of Lisbon. The site provides an overview of the scientific and academic achievements of the department.

SAL:
Allows the public to view staff profiles, including general data, academic qualifications and professional history
Lists scientific publications for all the staff, together with publication statistics
Helps prospective students to get a flavour of areas of academic interest
Enables current students to choose appropriate thesis supervision
Provides data on the performance of the department

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Ten Most Recent Publications
Authors Publication Title Type Publish Date
C. Saurel, J.G. Ferreira, D. Cheney, A. Suhrbier, B. Dewey, J. Davis, J. Cordell Ecosystem goods and services from Manila clam culture in Puget Sound: a modelling analysis. Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 5, 255-270. SCI Journals 2014
M. Martins, J.M. Santos, M.S. Diniz, A.M. Ferreira, M.H. Costa and P.M. Costa Effects of carcinogenic versus non-carcinogenic AHR-active PAHs and their mixtures: lessons from ecological relevance. Environmental Research. 138, 101–111. (doi: 10.1016/j.envres.2015.02.010) SCI Journals 2015
R. Filgueira, C. J. Byron, L. A. Comeau, B. Costa-Pierce, P. J. Cranford, J. G. Ferreira, J. Grant, T. Guyondet, H. M. Jansen, T. Landry, C. W. McKindsey, J. K. Petersen, G. K. Reid, S. M. C. Robinson, A. Smaal, R. Sonier, Ø. Strand, T. Strohmeier An integrated ecosystem approach for assessing the potential role of cultivated bivalve shells as part of the carbon trading system. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 518:281-287 SCI Journals 2015
D. Madeira, C. Vinagre, P.M. Costa and DINIZ, M.S. Histopathological alterations, physiological limits and molecular responses of a juvenile eurytherm fish (Sparus aurata) to thermal stress. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 505, 253–266. doi: 10.3354/meps10794 SCI Journals 2014
M.J. Botelho, C. Vale, J.G. Ferreira Profiles of paralytic shellfish toxins in bivalves of low and elevated toxicities following exposure to Gymnodinium catenatum blooms in Portuguese estuarine and coastal waters. Chemosphere, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2014.12.072 SCI Journals 2015
M. Martins and P.M. Costa The Comet assay in Ecological Risk Assessment of marine pollutants: applications, assets and handicaps of surveying genotoxicity in non-model organisms. Mutagenesis 30, 89–106. doi: 10.1093/mutage/geu037 SCI Journals 2015
Botelho, M.J., Raimundo, J., Vale, C., Ferreira, J.G. Partitioning of paralytic shellfish toxins in sub-cellular fractions of the digestive gland of the cockle Cerastoderma edule: Changes under post-bloom natural conditions. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 104,365-372. SCI Journals 2014
A.P. Rodrigo, M.H. Costa, A.P. Alves de Matos, F. Carrapiço and P.M. Costa A study on the digestive physiology of a marine polychaete (Eulalia viridis) through microanatomical changes of the digestive epithelium. Microscopy and Microanalysis 21, 91-101. (doi: 10.1017/S143192761401352X) SCI Journals 2015
C. Gonçalves, M. Martins, M. S. Diniz, M. H Costa, S. Caeiro, P. M Costa May sediment contamination be xenoestrogenic to benthic fish? A case study with Solea senegalensis. Marine Environmental Research 99:170-178. DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2014.04.012 SCI Journals 2014
D. Madeira, V. Mendonça, M. Dias, P.M. Costa, V. Vinagre and M.S. Diniz Physiological, cellular and molecular thermal stress response of intertidal shrimps with different vertical distributions: Palaemon elegans and Palaemon serratus. Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Part A 183, 107–115. doi: 10.1016/j.cbpa.2014.12.03 SCI Journals 2015
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