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Fragmented limestone wastes as a constructed wetland substrate for phosphorus removal
DMR Mateus, MMN Vaz, HJO Pinho
Ecological Engineering 41, 65-69, 2012
982012
Phosphorus removal by expanded clay—Six years of pilot‐scale constructed wetlands experience
DMR Mateus, HJO Pinho
Water environment research 82 (2), 128-137, 2010
392010
Evaluation of solid waste stratified mixtures as constructed wetland fillers under different operation modes
DMR Mateus, HJO Pinho
Journal of cleaner production 253, 119986, 2020
332020
Kinetics of L-tryptophan production from indole and L-serine catalyzed by whole cells with tryptophanase activity
DMR Mateus, SS Alves, MMR Da Fonseca
Journal of bioscience and bioengineering 97 (5), 289-293, 2004
282004
Diffusion in cell‐free and cell immobilising κ‐carrageenan gel beads with and without chemical reaction
DMR Mateus, SS Alves, MMR Da Fonseca
Biotechnology and bioengineering 63 (5), 625-631, 1999
191999
Participation of students in the project Valorbio: a case study to accelerate the implementation of sustainability principles in the curriculum
DMR Mateus, HJO Pinho, IMDP Nogueira, MANH Rosa, MAM Cartaxo, ...
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 21 (2), 244-263, 2020
172020
The potential growth of sugarcane in constructed wetlands designed for tertiary treatment of wastewater
DMR Mateus, MMN Vaz, I Capela, HJO Pinho
Water 8 (3), 93, 2016
162016
Sugarcane as constructed wetland vegetation: Preliminary studies
DMR Mateus, MMN Vaz, I Capela, HJO Pinho
Ecological engineering 62, 175-178, 2014
162014
Probability density functions for bubble size distribution in air–water systems in stirred tanks
HJO Pinho, DMR Mateus, SS Alves
Chemical Engineering Communications 205 (8), 1105-1118, 2018
132018
Co-inoculation with phosphate-solubilizing microorganisms of rock phosphate and phosphogypsum and their effect on growth promotion and nutrient uptake by ryegrass
M Amri, D Mateus, M Gatrouni, MR Rjeibi, N Asses, C Abbes
Applied Biosciences 1 (2), 179-197, 2022
122022
Screening of solid waste as filler material for constructed wetlands
DMR Mateus, HJO Pinho
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 182 (1), 012001, 2018
122018
Isolation, identification, and characterization of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria from Tunisian soils
M Amri, MR Rjeibi, M Gatrouni, DMR Mateus, N Asses, HJO Pinho, ...
Microorganisms 11 (3), 783, 2023
112023
Model for the production of L-tryptophan from L-serine and indole by immobilized cells in a three-phase liquid-impelled loop reactor
DMR Mateus, SS Alves, MMR Da Fonseca
Bioprocess Engineering 14, 151-158, 1996
111996
Utilização de zonas húmidas artificiais para a remoção de azoto de efluentes urbanos
A Namorado, A Figueiredo, S Cunha, D Mateus, H Pinho
Tecnologia da Água, 30-35, 2004
72004
Bioenergy routes for valorizing constructed wetland vegetation: an overview
HJO Pinho, DMR Mateus
Ecological Engineering 187, 106867, 2023
62023
Sustainable production of reclaimed water by constructed wetlands for combined irrigation and microalgae cultivation applications
HJO Pinho, DMR Mateus
Hydrology 8 (1), 30, 2021
62021
Promoting education for sustainable development: A collaborative project between a higher education institution and the surrounding school community
DMR Mateus, MCO Costa, M MMS Gomes, HJO Pinho
Handbook of Best Practices in Sustainable Development at University Level …, 2022
52022
Valorisation of phosphorus-saturated constructed wetlands for the production of sugarcane
D Mateus, M Vaz, H Pinho
J Technol Innov Renew Energy 6, 1-6, 2017
42017
Solid waste mixtures as constructed wetlands filling: effect of hydraulic loading rate on nutrient removal from wastewater
HJO Pinho, A Alves, N Graça, DMR Mateus
4th International Conference Water resources and wetlands, 108-113, 2018
32018
Computation of bubble mean diameters using probability distribution functions
HJO Pinho, DMR Mateus, SS Alves
AIP Conference Proceedings 1906 (1), 2017
32017
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