Ryan Andrades
Ryan Andrades
Ph.D., Federal University of Espírito Santo - Brazil
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Plastic ingestion as an evolutionary trap: Toward a holistic understanding
RG Santos, GE Machovsky-Capuska, R Andrades
Science 373 (6550), 56-60, 2021
Debris ingestion by juvenile marine turtles: an underestimated problem
RG Santos, R Andrades, MA Boldrini, AS Martins
Marine pollution bulletin 93 (1-2), 37-43, 2015
Marine debris ingestion and Thayer's law–The importance of plastic color
RG Santos, R Andrades, LM Fardim, AS Martins
Environmental Pollution 214, 585-588, 2016
Marine debris in Trindade Island, a remote island of the South Atlantic
R Andrades, RG Santos, JC Joyeux, D Chelazzi, A Cincinelli, T Giarrizzo
Marine Pollution Bulletin 137, 180-184, 2018
Anthropogenic litter on Brazilian beaches: baseline, trends and recommendations for future approaches
R Andrades, T Pegado, BS Godoy, JA Reis-Filho, JLS Nunes, AC Grillo, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 151, 110842, 2020
Mangrove clearing impacts on macrofaunal assemblages and benthic food webs in a tropical estuary
AF Bernardino, LE de Oliveira Gomes, HL Hadlich, R Andrades, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 126, 228-235, 2018
Origin of marine debris is related to disposable packs of ultra-processed food
R Andrades, AS Martins, LM Fardim, JS Ferreira, RG Santos
Marine Pollution Bulletin 109 (1), 192-195, 2016
Microplastic and artificial cellulose microfibers ingestion by reef fishes in the Guarapari Islands, southwestern Atlantic
RM Macieira, LAS Oliveira, GC Cardozo-Ferreira, CR Pimentel, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 167, 112371, 2021
Early evidences of niche shifts in estuarine fishes following one of the world's largest mining dam disasters
R Andrades, HC Guabiroba, MSC Hora, RF Martins, VLA Rodrigues, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 154, 111073, 2020
Exploring plastic-induced satiety in foraging green turtles
RG Santos, R Andrades, GR Demetrio, GM Kuwai, MF Sobral, ...
Environmental Pollution 265, 114918, 2020
Scavenging as a pathway for plastic ingestion by marine animals
R Andrades, RA Dos Santos, AS Martins, D Teles, RG Santos
Environmental Pollution 248, 159-165, 2019
Intertidal biogeographic subprovinces: local and regional factors shaping fish assemblages
R Andrades, FS Machado, JA Reis-Filho, RM Macieira, T Giarrizzo
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 412, 2018
The influence of allochthonous macroalgae on the fish communities of tropical sandy beaches
R Andrades, MP Gomes, GH Pereira-Filho, JF Souza-Filho, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 144, 75-81, 2014
BRUVS reveal locally extinct shark and the way for shark monitoring in Brazilian oceanic islands
CR Pimentel, R Andrades, CEL Ferreira, OBF Gadig, ES Harvey, ...
Journal of Fish Biology 96 (2), 539-542, 2020
Debris ingestion and nutritional niches in estuarine and reef green turtles
GE Machovsky-Capuska, R Andrades, RG Santos
Marine Pollution Bulletin 153, 110943, 2020
Are the tidal flooded forests sinks for litter in the Amazonian estuary?
M Gonçalves, K Schmid, MC Andrade, R Andrades, T Pegado, T Giarrizzo
Marine Pollution Bulletin 161, 111732, 2020
Niche-related processes in island intertidal communities inferred from stable isotopes data
R Andrades, AL Jackson, RM Macieira, JA Reis-Filho, AF Bernardino, ...
Ecological Indicators 104, 648-658, 2019
Endemic fish species structuring oceanic intertidal reef assemblages
R Andrades, JA Reis-Filho, RM Macieira, T Giarrizzo, JC Joyeux
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 10791, 2018
Maternal and embryonic trace element concentrations and stable isotope fractionation in the smalleye smooth-hound (Mustelus higmani)
J de Souza-Araujo, R Andrades, M de Oliveira Lima, NE Hussey, ...
Chemosphere 257, 127183, 2020
A new record of whale shark Rhincodon typus in Brazilian waters: a report of association with Caranx crysos
R Andrades, HT Pinheiro, RG Santos, AS Martins, PAS Costa
Journal of fish biology 81 (6), 2092-2094, 2012
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