Global Science - Global Garbage

Global Science

 

Database - Marine Litter References
Banco de Dados - Referências Lixo Marinho
http://www.projetolixomarinho.org/references/

 

Articles published in the Marine Pollution Bulletin
Artigos publicados no Marine Pollution Bulletin
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/articles-published-in-the-marine-pollution-bulletin/

 

Articles published in other publications
Artigos publicados em outras publicações
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/articles-published-in-other-publications/

 

Books, Reports and Guidelines
Livros, Reports e Guidelines
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/books-and-reports/ 

  

Conferences and Workshops
Conferências e Workshops
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/conferences-and-workshops/

 

Teacher’s Lounge
Sala dos Professores
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/teachers-lounge/

 

Angola Brasil Cabo Verde Guiné-Bissau Moçambique Portugal São Tomé e Príncipe Timor-Leste
B.Sc. Monographs by students of Portuguese speaking countries

Monografias de graduação de estudantes dos países de língua portuguesa
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/bsc-monographs-by-students-of-portuguese-speaking-countries/

 

Angola Brasil Cabo Verde Guiné-Bissau Moçambique Portugal São Tomé e Príncipe Timor-Leste
M.Phil. Dissertations by students of Portuguese speaking countries
Dissertações de pesquisadores dos países de língua portuguesa
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/mphil-dissertations-by-students-of-portuguese-speaking-countries/

 

Angola Brasil Cabo Verde Guiné-Bissau Moçambique Portugal São Tomé e Príncipe Timor-Leste
Articles by researchers of Portuguese speaking countries (in Portuguese)
Artigos de pesquisadores dos países de língua portuguesa (em português)
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/articles-by-researchers-of-portuguese-speaking-countries-in-portuguese/

 

Angola Brasil Cabo Verde Guiné-Bissau Moçambique Portugal São Tomé e Príncipe Timor-Leste
Articles by researchers of Portuguese speaking countries (in English)
Artigos de pesquisadores dos países de língua portuguesa (em inglês)
http://www.globalgarbage.org/blog/index.php/articles-by-researchers-of-portuguese-speaking-countries-in-english/

 

Portuguese speaking countries / Países de língua portuguesa

Portuguese speaking countries / Países de língua portuguesa

 

 

Other links
Outros links

At these links you will find many references and many documents for download.
Nestes links, você encontrará muitas referências e muitos documentos para download.

 

UNEP Marine Litter Publications
http://www.unep.org/regionalseas/marinelitter/publications/default.asp

NOAA Marine Debris Program
The NOAA Marine Debris Program serves as a centralized marine debris capability within NOAA in order to coordinate, strengthen, and increase the visibility of marine debris issues and efforts within the agency, its partners, and the public.  This Program is undertaking a national and international effort focusing on identifying, reducing, and preventing debris in the marine environment.  Additionally, the MDP supports and works closely with various partners across the U.S. to fulfill the Program’s mission.
http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/marinedebris101/resources_md101.html
http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/marinedebris101/references_sci.html
http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/outreach/resources.html
http://marinedebris.noaa.gov/outreach/otherres.html

NOWPAP MALITA
NOWPAP has initiated a project called Marine Litter Activity (MALITA) since November 2005, after approval by the Tenth NOWPAP Intergovernmental Meeting. NOWPAP MALITA was a part of the UNEP Global Initiative on marine litter, together with about 10 other individual Regional Seas Programmes.
http://www.nowpap.org/ML-MALITA.php
http://www.nowpap.org/ML-refs(fromNOWPAP).php
http://dinrac.nowpap.org/MALITA_documents.htm
http://merrac.nowpap.org/controller?pgm_id=merrac.client.cm.ImgBoardClient&arg=202&menuid=menu4&historyid=3

Plastic Debris Rivers to Sea Project
The Plastic Debris, Rivers to Sea Project seeks to minimize the land-based discharges of marine debris. Just like ocean-based marine debris, land-based discharges of human-made debris are comprised mostly of plastics.
http://www.plasticdebris.org/bibliography.html 

ScienceDirect
http://www.sciencedirect.com/

Marine Pollution Bulletin
http://www.elsevier.com/locate/marpolbul