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Besaury, L., Ouddane, B., Pavissich, J. P., Dubrulle-Brunaud, C., Gonzalez, B., & Quillet, L. (2012). Impact of copper on the abundance and diversity of sulfate-reducing prokaryotes in two chilean marine sediments. Mar. Pollut. Bull., 64(10), 2135–2145.
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De la Iglesia, R., Valenzuela-Heredia, D., Andrade, S., Correa, J., & Gonzalez, B. (2012). Composition dynamics of epilithic intertidal bacterial communities exposed to high copper levels. FEMS Microbiol. Ecol., 79(3), 720–727.
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De la Iglesia, R., Valenzuela-Heredia, D., Pavissich, J. P., Freyhoffer, S., Andrade, S., Correa, J. A., et al. (2010). Novel polymerase chain reaction primers for the specific detection of bacterial copper P-type ATPases gene sequences in environmental isolates and metagenomic DNA. Lett. Appl. Microbiol., 50(6), 552–562.
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Parrado, C., Caceres, G., Bize, F., Bubnovich, V., Baeyens, J., Degreve, J., et al. (2015). Thermo-mechanical analysis of copper-encapsulated NaNO3-KNO3. Chem. Eng. Res. Des., 93, 224–231.
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Pavissich, J. P., Silva, M., & Gonzalez, B. (2010). Sulfate Reduction, Molecular Diversity, And Copper Amendment Effects In Bacterial Communities Enriched From Sediments Exposed To Copper Mining Residues. Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 29(2), 256–264.
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Pavissich, J. P., Vargas, I. T., Gonzalez, B., Pasten, P. A., & Pizarro, G. E. (2010). Culture dependent and independent analyses of bacterial communities involved in copper plumbing corrosion. J. Appl. Microbiol., 109(3), 771–782.
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Vargas, I. T., Fischer, D. A., Alsina, M. A., Pavissich, J. P., Pasten, P. A., & Pizarro, G. E. (2017). Copper Corrosion and Biocorrosion Events in Premise Plumbing. Materials, 10(9), 30 pp.
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Villena, M., & Greve, F. (2018). On resource depletion and productivity: The case of the Chilean copper industry. Resour. Policy, 59, 553–562.
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