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Recebido em 23/10/12; aceito em 9/5/13; publicado na web em 17/7/13 Copper and zinc are common elements in paint residues and can be toxic to estuarine organisms. This study aims to determine the labile dissolved and labile particulate fractions (LPFs) of copper and zinc in the estuarine waters of a shipyard in southern Brazil under different salinity levels and in different seasons. The labile dissolved fraction was determined using the diffusive gradient in thin-film (DGT) technique. Thedoi:10.1590/s0100-40422013000800002 fatcat:udpgr7dkwrbv3l6hgy3wcx2ooy