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The Taciba and Rio Bonito ‘lower’ Triunfo Mbr formations are divided into simholos depositional sequences based on cores, gamma-ray and electrical logs from shallow drillings from northern Santa Catarina State, Brazil. Each sequence is formed by two systems tracts, a lower one, sandy low stand and an upper one, shaly high stand. Well PP is an exception, where the lower cycle presents de glaciation to marine deposits.

A radicalidade de Os Parceiros do Rio Bonito. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Knowing the Environment in Rio Bonito: The inexistence in the region of educational actions aimed at understanding, reflecting and offering information to the population on the main environmental subjects has leaded to an environmental diagnosis, to identify the local community problems and, later, to develop educational environmental activities at municipal school Nossa Senhora de Nazareth.

To attain this aim, the selected educational strategy was story telling. The research instrument was a questionnaire addressed to the families and to the teachers. Based on the principal detected problems, the ones related to environmental issues were selected, such as: Those subjects were discussed with the local school students through story telling.

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Other playful educational activities were also developed. Finally, it could be observed that, not only the stories, but also the complementary activities, have helped the students in the environmental education work, considering that besides showing interest in the subject, they participated intensely, reflected, changed and built knowledge.

Thermoluminescence dating of Rio Claro and Piracununga formations. These units lie over the Corumbatai and Piramboia formationsexhibiting discordant contacts. The Rio Claro and Piracununga formations are composed of fine to medium sand facies, showing local cross-stratifications and parallel beddings with thin interbeddings of mud and gravel. These sands were dated by the Thermoluminescence Method, which indicated they were from the Pleistocene age. The oldest ageyears BP was found in deposits of the Rio Claro Formation ; the other ages varied fromyears BP toyears BP, for both formations.

The analysis of 18 geologic sections scales 1: The Itarare Group sedimentation was conditioned by paleo – relief with valleys formed from differential erosion on ‘horst – graben’ structures.

The deposition of its rhythmites, diamictites and siltstones was made in periglacial and marine environments. The sedimentation of the Rio Bonito Formation is related to the main Itarare Group depositional axes. The typical lithologies are: Radioactivity of rocks from the geological formations belonging to the Tibagi River hydrographic basin; Radioatividade de rochas provenientes das formacoes geologicas pertencentes a bacia hidrografica do Rio Tibagi.

The rocks were taken from the geologic formations in the region of the Tibagi river hydrographic basin. The course of this river cuts through the Paleozoic and Mesozoic stratigraphic sequences of the Parana sedimentary basin. In order to take into account the background radiation attenuation by the samples, a technique was developed that eliminated the need to measure a blank sample. The effects of the radiation’s self-attenuation in the sample matrix were taken into account by using a gamma ray direct transmission method.


The results for 87 rock samples, taken from 14 distinct formationsand their corresponding radioactivity variations are presented and discussed according to the possible geological processes from which they originated. Among the most discussed results are: The calculations of the rocks’ contributions to the outdoor gamma radiation dose rate agree with the values presented by other authors for similar rocks. The highest dose values were obtained from felsic rocks rhyolite of the Castro group, The most recent geological formations presented the lowest dose values e.

The Rio Bonito Formation presented the highest dose value Saltiness enhancement by the characteristic flavor of dried bonito stock. There is a pressing need for the development of ways of preparing palatable salt-reduced foods to reduce the salt intake of the Japanese population.

The salt-reducing effect of the characteristic flavors other than umami of dried bonito stock, which is widely used in everyday Japanese food, was examined by sensory evaluation. In the 1st sensory evaluation, the effect was evaluated in a model solution. The saltiness of 0. The 2nd evaluation examined whether the effect was valid for 2 everyday Japanese foods–traditional Japanese clear soup sumashi-jiru and steamed egg custard tamagodoufu.

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However, dried bonito stock not only enhanced the saltiness but also improved the palatability of steamed egg custard. These findings are expected to be useful for improving the palatability of salt-reduced food.

Recent discoveries of oil in microbial carbonate rocks have directed studies into tufas and travertines because of their great similarities with the reservoir rocks of the Aptian Pre-Salt. Tufas are simoblos carbonate rocks precipitated from a bicarbonate fluid at environment temperature. The genesis of tufas is related to physical, chemical, and biological processes.

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Here, we present a study of a modern tufa samples belong to the Serra da Bodoquena Formation – BonitoBrazil, which is located in a special climatic regime where a well-defined seasonal cycle of wet and dry conditions occurs. This area was examined with purpose to understand the chemical conditions of the depositional environment and microorganisms involved in their formation.

Field descriptions provided the following facies: SEM images showed several cyanobacterial filaments. Organic composition showed the presence of n-alkanes and sterols. Palynological analysis revealed palynomorphs of fungus, hyphae, pteridophyte spores and pollen grains, which indicate a humid environment with abundant vegetation, typical of tropical climate.

In conclusion, the biomineralization process, characterized by the variations of the physico-chemical conditions in this. Based on first and last occurrences of certain species of pollen taxa, two palynozones are formalized, these are the Vittatina costabilis and Lueckisporites virkkiae Interval Zones, in ascending order.

The main characteristics and reference sections are established, as well as additional criteria to recognize biostratigraphical units, in accordance with the International Stratigraphic Guide. Palynostratigraphical correlation suggests that the Vittatina costabilis Zone concerns the Early Permian early Cisuralian, while the Lueckisporites virkkiae is regarded as late Early Permian to early Middle Permian late Cisularian to early Guadalupian. Full Text Available Seventy-three species of amphibians and reptiles six salamanders, 20 anurans, 20 lizards, and 27 snakes are known from Parque Nacional Pico BonitoHonduras.

The physiography, climate, vegetation, and microhabitats of the park are briefly described. The primary microhabitat and relative abundance of each species are indicated and population declines are discussed.

Macro fossils vegetable in Palmar formation later pleistocene in Entre Rios – Argentina. This work is about the macro fossil knowledge preserved like wood fossils in the El Palmar Formation Late Pleistocene from a systematic – anatomical as well as paleoecological and paleoclimate point of view. The paleo Flora comes from various fossil located in the province of Entre Rios – Argentina.

The main objetive of this work was to obtain the desorption isotherms of Atlantic bonito Sarda sarda fillets, previously subjected to an immersion impregnation process with NaCl solutions and smoked in liquid smoke. The isosteric heat of desorption was also calculated and a simple empirical equation has been proposed to represent this heat, as a function of equilibrium moisture content. Project Rio Blanco definition plan. Additional formation evaluation and production testing.


Since the multiple Rio Blanco detonation three reentry wells have been drilled for test purposes: Additional testing in all these wells is now required to resolve some remaining technical questions. A plan describing the procedures, methods, responsibilities, and scheduling of the field operations is presented.

The analysis pointed out an association of zirconium, copper, uranium and thorium with coal and carbonaceous rocks, whereas barium and galium are related to inorganic rocks. The other elements showed neither preferential relationships with organic nor inorganic matter. The extremely high contents of uranium, cerium and lanthanum in the upper coal layers in both Papaleo and Faxinal outcrops suggest an association with the top of the Rio Bonito Formation in this area. Oriented samples were taken from a section located between the cities of Jaguari and Santiago.

After thermal and alternating field demagnetization, both normal and reversed characteristic remanent magnetizations were found. These results yielded 13 reversed and 5 normal polarity sites, composing a magnetostratigraphic column displaying a sequence of reversed-normal-reversed polarity events.

The paleomagnetic pole calculated for 18 sites is located at Geographic distribution of genetic diversity in populations of Rio Grande Chub Gila pandora. Characterizing genetic diversity, genetic population structure, and effective number of breeders will assist with conservation efforts by providing a baseline of genetic metrics. Observed heterozygosity HO ranged from 0. Genetic differentiation existed among all populations with the lowest genetic variation occurring within the Pecos drainage.

Upper Rio Bonito to Aspartic protease from Aspergillus Eurotium repens strain MK82 is involved in the hydrolysis and decolourisation of dried bonito Katsuobushi. Katsuobushi is a dried, smoked and fermented bonito used in Japanese cuisine.

During the fermentation process with several Aspergillus species, the colour of Katsuobushi gradually changes from a dark reddish-brown derived from haem proteins to pale pink. The change in colour gives Katsuobushi a higher ranking and price. This study aimed to elucidate the mechanism of decolourisation of Katsuobushi. A decolourising factor from the culture supernatant of Aspergillus Eurotium repens strain MK82 was purified to homogeneity. The purification was monitored by measuring the decolourising activity using equine myoglobin and bovine haemoglobin as substrates.

It was found that the decolourising factor had protease activity towards myoglobin and haemoglobin. Complete inhibition of the enzyme by the inhibitor pepstatin A and the internal amino acid sequence classified the protein as an aspartic protease. The purified enzyme decolourised blood of Katsuwonus pelamis bonito and a slice of dried bonito.

It is proposed that aspartic protease plays a role in the decolourisation of Katsuobushi by the hydrolysis of haem proteins that allows the released haem to aggregate in the dried bonito. Milicia practices and neopentescostal formations in Rio de Janeiro. The elections for governor in Rio de Janeiro gather special attention from national and international media analysts. In this sense, the strategies of the candidates for the organization of the city – mainly for public safety issues – were dissected and analysed for months leading up to the election day.

In this context, as the disputes were being centraliz The teeth of the new species are two or three-cuspidated and the aboral surface show a smooth concavity and one rounded basal tubercle.

The coronal surface presents one semi-spherical and subcircular coronal button, and also two lateral main cusps and one central when present simnolos less than one fifth of the size of the lateral cusps in the labial portion.

The lateral cusps are asymmetric or symmetric, rounded in transversal section, lanceolate in longitudinal section, devoid of lateral carinae and lateral serrations, and with few smooth cristae of enameloid. In optical microscope the teeth show a trabecular dentine osteodentine base, while the cusps are composed by orthodentine, and the pulp cavities are non-obliterated by trabecular dentine. simvolos