2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2004.05.004
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Bioaccumulation and depuration of Zn and Cd in mangrove oysters (Crassostrea rhizophorae, Guilding, 1828) transplanted to and from a contaminated tropical coastal lagoon

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“…Silva et al (2003) concluded that much of the Curimataú can be considered uncontaminated by trace metals. Comparative literature data for C. rhizophorae from Zn, Cu and Cd-contaminated sites in Brazil (Table 10) indicate that although the Potengi is metal contaminated in comparison with the Curimataú , it is not as severely contaminated as Cotegipe Channel, Arata Bay (Zn, Cu, Cd -Wallner-Kersanach et al, 2000) or Sepetiba Bay (Reboucas do Amaral et al, 2005).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Silva et al (2003) concluded that much of the Curimataú can be considered uncontaminated by trace metals. Comparative literature data for C. rhizophorae from Zn, Cu and Cd-contaminated sites in Brazil (Table 10) indicate that although the Potengi is metal contaminated in comparison with the Curimataú , it is not as severely contaminated as Cotegipe Channel, Arata Bay (Zn, Cu, Cd -Wallner-Kersanach et al, 2000) or Sepetiba Bay (Reboucas do Amaral et al, 2005).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…B. amphitrite, a fouling organism spread by anthropogenic activity, is particularly useful in this regard. There is, however, a relative lack of detailed information on potential biomonitors for use in tropical Atlantic South America with the possible exception of the mangrove oyster Crassostrea rhizophorae (Wallner-Kersanach et al, 2000;Silva et al, 2001Silva et al, , 2003Rebelo et al, 2003;Reboucas do Amaral et al, 2005).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Oyster and clam harvesting was prohibited from polluted waters from May 1st to August 15th and required that shellfish harvested in season were to be placed for at least 7 days in waters certified as unpolluted prior to be offered for sale as food. This process of relaying oysters subject from contaminated to clean water, called depuration, allows oysters to purge many contaminants, biological and others, from their tissues given sufficient time (Gardinali et al, 2004;Reboucas do Amaral et al, 2005;Nappier et al, 2008). However, demand for oysters increased in the 1909-1910 season, as the effects of the "panic" wore off and the largest harvest recorded since 1904 was seen, indicating stocks may have recovered during the years of lower demand.…”
Section: Varying Fishery Output Years 1887-1912mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A few studies have been published on in-situ pollution impact experiments in open systems on larvae (Geffard et al 2001;Quiniou et al 2007) and juveniles (Arnold et al 2004;Bolton-Warberg et al 2007). Some in-situ studies in open systems were also made on adult oysters (Christl et al 2004), although many of these only dealt with bioaccumulation (Avery and Dunstan 1996;Amiard-Triquet et al 1998;Riedel and Valette-Silver 2002;Clara Reboucas do Amaral et al 2005). One possible complication of in-situ experiments using open systems is that shellfish are exposed to pollutants already found in the local environment in addition to any tested in an experiment.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%