Ligia Pinto
Ligia Pinto
MARETEC, LARSyS, Instituto Superio Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa
Verified email at tecnico.ulisboa.pt
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Tidal and river discharge forcing upon water and sediment circulation at a rock-bound estuary (Guadiana estuary, Portugal)
E Garel, L Pinto, A Santos, Ó Ferreira
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 84 (2), 269-281, 2009
852009
Tidally generated shelf waves off the western Iberian coast
AB Fortunato, L Pinto, A Oliveira, JS Ferreira
Continental Shelf Research 22 (14), 1935-1950, 2002
822002
Sensitivity analysis of non-cohesive sediment transport formulae
L Pinto, AB Fortunato, P Freire
Continental Shelf Research 26 (15), 1826-1839, 2006
672006
Development and validation of a three-dimensional morphodynamic modelling system for non-cohesive sediments
L Pinto, AB Fortunato, Y Zhang, A Oliveira, FEP Sancho
Ocean Modelling 57, 1-14, 2012
552012
Modelling the hydrodynamics and the fate of passive and active organisms in the Guadiana estuary
A Oliveira, AB Fortunato, L Pinto
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 70 (1-2), 76-84, 2006
492006
Reducing marine eutrophication may require a paradigmatic change
X Desmit, V Thieu, G Billen, F Campuzano, V Dulière, J Garnier, ...
Science of the Total Environment 635, 1444-1466, 2018
402018
Modelling of cohesive sediment dynamics in tidal estuarine systems: Case study of Tagus estuary, Portugal
G Franz, L Pinto, I Ascione, M Mateus, R Fernandes, P Leitão, R Neves
Estuarine, coastal and shelf science 151, 34-44, 2014
302014
Advances in modeling of water quality in estuaries
IA Kenov, F Campuzano, G Franz, R Fernandes, C Viegas, J Sobrinho, ...
Remote Sensing and Modeling, 237-276, 2014
232014
A HAB warning system for shellfish harvesting in Portugal
A Silva, L Pinto, SM Rodrigues, H De Pablo, M Santos, T Moita, M Mateus
Harmful algae 53, 33-39, 2016
162016
Modeling the transport pathways of harmful algal blooms in the Iberian coast
L Pinto, M Mateus, A Silva
Harmful algae 53, 8-16, 2016
152016
Modelling of sediment transport and morphological evolution under the combined action of waves and currents
G Franz, MT Delpey, D Brito, L Pinto, P Leitão, R Neves
Ocean Science 13 (5), 673, 2017
112017
Analysis of the stratification in the Guadiana estuary
L Pinto, A Oliveira, AB Fortunato, AM Baptista
Estuarine and Coastal Modeling (2003), 1094-1113, 2004
102004
Development and validation of a morphological model for multiple sediment classes
G Franz, P Leitão, L Pinto, E Jauch, L Fernandes, R Neves
International Journal of Sediment Research 32 (4), 585-596, 2017
82017
Origin here, impact there—The need of integrated management for river basins and coastal areas
R Gaspar, L Marques, L Pinto, A Baeta, L Pereira, I Martins, JC Marques, ...
Ecological indicators 72, 794-802, 2017
82017
Evaluating the predictive skills of ocean circulation models in tracking the drift of a human body: a case study
M Mateus, L Pinto, P Chambel-Leitão
Australian journal of forensic sciences 47 (3), 322-331, 2015
62015
Estratificação salina no estuário do Guadiana
L Pinto
******, 2003
62003
Using Lagrangian elements to simulate alongshore transport of harmful algal blooms
M Mateus, A Silva, H de Pablo, MT Moita, T Quental, L Pinto
Ocean modelling for coastal management–case studies MOHID. IST Press, Lisbon …, 2013
52013
An integration methodology to estimate water fluxes and constituents budgets in coastal areas: application to the Tagus coastal area
H De Pablo, D Brito, M Mateus, AR Trancoso, FJ Campuzano, L Pinto, ...
Ocean modelling for coastal management. Case studies with MOHID, 213-224, 2013
42013
An operational model for the Portuguese coast
L Pinto, F Campuzano, R Fernandes, L Fernandes, R Neves
2. as Jornadas de Engenharia Hidrográfica, Lisbon, 85-88, 2012
42012
Antagonistic effects of multiple stressors on macroinvertebrate biomass from a temperate estuary (Minho estuary, NW Iberian Peninsula)
I Martins, E Dias, MI Ilarri, FJ Campuzano, L Pinto, MM Santos, C Antunes
Ecological Indicators 101, 792-803, 2019
32019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20