Carmen Casado-Martínez

Carmen Casado-Martínez is currently a PhD student in the Physical-Chemistry Department at the University of Cádiz, Spain. She holds a Bachelors degree in Marine Science (2001), and a Masters degree related to the characterisation of dredged material from Spanish ports using chemical and ecotoxicological measurements, both from the University of Cádiz.

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Articles By Carmen Casado-Martínez

Toxcity Assessments For Dredged Material Characterisation in Ports Affected by Metallic Pollution
Toxcity Assessments For Dredged Material Characterisation in Ports Affected by Metallic Pollution

At the ports of Cartagena and Huelva, Spain dredged materials are affected by mining activities and require careful examination to aid decision making about disposal, as described by the IADC Award winner at the PIANC Conference in Portugal in May.

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