2 edition of Seasonal variations of brackish Foraminifera in the Patos Lagoon, southern Brazil found in the catalog.
Seasonal variations of brackish Foraminifera in the Patos Lagoon, southern Brazil
1968 by [Escola de Geologia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul] in Pôrto Alegre .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Darcy Closs [and] Marly Lopes Maderia.|
|Series||Escola de Geologia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Publicação especial no. 15|
|Contributions||Maderia, Marly Lopes, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL368.F6 C56|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||77558615|
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Closs D, Madeira LM () Seasonal variations of brackish foraminifera in the Patos Lagoon, Southern Brazil. Publ Esp Escola de Geologia de Porto Alegre, UFRGS 1–51 Google Scholar Costa C, Seeliger U, Kinas P () The effect of wind velocity and direction on the salinity regime in the Lower Patos Lagoon by: Abstract.
Foraminifers are increasingly used as bioindicators of Seasonal variations of brackish Foraminifera in the Patos Lagoon. Their community structure provides information on the general characteristics of the environment, especially in highly changing paralic environments (e.g., Hayward and Hollis, ), and some species are sensitive to specific environmental by: biraquera lagoon, a typical temporarily open/closed coastal lagoon of Brazilian Southern Ecoregion (SBE): (a) during isolation from the sea, lagoon.
Piva, Andrea Asioli, Alessandra Trincardi, Fabio Schneider, Ralph R. and Vigliotti, Luigi Late-Holocene climate variability in the Adriatic Sea (Central Cited by: Whereas foraminifera are found throughout marine and brackish environments, only a small number of testate amoebae taxa are able to tolerate the.
Study area. Patos Lagoon (10, km 2) is a warm temperate aquatic environment located in southern Brazil, and is considered the world's largest choked lagoon (Kjerfve, ).Geomorphological events in the late Pleistocene era created the original estuarine conditions. The Patos Lagoon Estuary has a narrow channel that restricts the tidal influence Author: Vanessa Ochi Agostini, Vanessa Ochi Agostini, Alexandre José Macedo, Erik Muxagata, Grasiela Lopes L.
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History of research and species discovery in the region. The first studies of the South American coastal biota were carried out during a series of expeditions by European and North American researchers in the late s and first half of the s with naturalists Alejandro Malaspina, Roberto A.
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CERF is devoted to the multi-disciplinary study of the complex problems of the coastal zone. However, precipitation produce abrupt variations of salinity in the Patos Lagoon (Garcia et al.
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