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The Minho/Coura estuary, northern Portugal, has been studied for the influence of hydrochemical and geochemical parameters on living (Rose Bengal stained) foraminiferal assemblages. Our previous works showed a prevalence of agglutinated species in the inner estuary and tidal marsh and significant abundance of calcareous species only in the estuary mouth.(More)
This paper aims at providing insight about bromine (Br) cycle in four Portuguese estuaries: Minho, Lima (in the NW coast) and Sado, Mira (in the SW coast). The focus is on their tidal marsh environments, quite distinct with regard to key biophysicochemical attributes. Regardless of the primary bromide (Br-) common natural source, i.e., seawater, the NW(More)
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