Ve User: William Senior

4367?size=160x160

Name: William Senior

Joined: Friday 18 March 2016 20:13:28 (UTC)

Last seen: Friday 31 January 2020 13:12:40 (UTC)

Email (public): wsenior [at] udo.edu.ve

Website: Not specified

Location: Cumaná, Venezuela

William Senior has been credited 49 times

William Senior has an average rating of:

0.0 / 5

(0 ratings in total)

for their items

Un gran saludo a la población de My Experiment.

Poseo un PhD en Química Marina. Siempre he trabajado en el mar, ríos y lagunas costeras haciendo evaluaciones de Calidad Ambiental.

Soy jubilado de la Universidad de Oriente, Núcleo de Sucre, dónde me desempeñé como Decano desde diciembre de 2008 hasta junio de 2012.

Fui Jefe del Departamento de Oceanografía durante 12 años (1999-2002) y creador del Laboratorio de Estudios Ambientales.

Me desempeñe como PROMETEO, Programa Bandera de Ecuador en el período 2013-2015.


Other contact details:

Not specified

Interests:

Estudios Ambientales en cursos de Agua, nutrientes, materia orgánica, metales pesados, Líneas Base.

Field/Industry: Universidad de Oriente (UDO)

Occupation/Role(s): Jubilado

Organisation(s):

Not specified
 

Note: some items may not be visible to you, due to viewing permissions.

File

Uploader

Blob CONCENTRACIÓN DE METALES PESADOS EN BIVALVOS Anadara...

Created: 2018-03-09 21:41:04

Credits: User William Senior

License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License

The concentrations of heavy metals in the bivalve molluscs Anadara similis and A. tuberculosa are determined. The specimens were collected at 2 km from the mouth of Estero Huaylá, El Oro Province, Ecuador, in November 2013. The length and weight of each species were determined in the laboratory, with two length ranges being established for A. similis and four for A. tuberculosa. The meat of the organisms was extracted, washed and dried in an oven at 60 ° C for 72 h, then digested w...

File type: Adobe PDF

Comments: 0 | Viewed: 1 time | Downloaded: 1 time

Tags:

Cross Remove from favourites

Workflow

PDF
Uploader

Workflow Growth of the tropical scallop, Euvola (Pe... (1)

Thumb
We compared the growth of the scallop Euuolu (Pecten) ziczuc (L.) in three situations whichpotentially could be used for commercial culture, in cages maintained in suspension, in cages on thebottom and in cages partly buried in a sediment bottom. The latter permitted the scallops to burythemselves as in their natural habitat. Throughout the 7-month study, growth, as measured by shelllength and muscle mass, was by far superior for scallops in the partly buried cages. Possible explanationsfor t...

Created: 2016-03-19

Credits: User William Senior

Cross Remove from favourites

What is this?

Linked Data

Non-Information Resource URI:


Alternative Formats

HTML
RDF
XML