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Angra dos Reis reactor neutrino oscillation experiment
Anjos, J. C.;Barbosa, A. F.;Bernstein, A.;Bowden, N. S.;Fulgione, W.;Kemp, E.;Magnin, J.;Nunokawa, H.;Peres, O. L. G.;Reyna, D.;Schilithz, A.;Shellard, R. C.;Zukanovich Funchal, R.;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332006000700003
Abstract: we present the status and plans of the angra project, a new reactor neutrino oscillation experiment, proposed to be built in brazil at the angra dos reis nuclear complex. this experiment is aimed to measure q13, the last unknown of the three neutrino mixing angles. we propose a high sensitivity multi-detector experiment, able to reach a sensitivity to antineutrino disappearance down to sin2 2q13 = 0.006 in a three years running period, by combining a high luminosity design, very low background from cosmic rays and careful control of systematic errors. we also intend to explore the possibility to use the neutrino detector for purposes of safeguards and non-proliferation of nuclear weapons.
Risk Communication and External Emergency Plan in Angra dos Reis, Brazil  [PDF]
Raquel Dalledone Siqueira da Cunha, Delvonei Alves de Andrade
World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology (WJNST) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/wjnst.2016.64027
Abstract: The presence of a potentially hazardous facility in a community demands several safety procedures. Bringing risk communication among those actions may help the population that lives near the facility feel more confident and have the required knowledge on how to behave in an emergency situation. A research performed in Angra dos Reis, RJ, Brazil, where a nuclear power plant is located, shows that there is a lack of information and awareness about the emergency plan.
Distribui??o vertical de Teredinidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia) em Portogallo, Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Martins Silva, Maria Júlia;Silva, Sérgio Henrique Gon?alves da;Junqueira, Andréa de Oliveira Ribeiro;
Revista Brasileira de Zoologia , 1988, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-81751988000100011
Abstract: in order to study the vertical distribution of teredinidae at angra dos reis, state of rio de janeiro, brazil, 30 collectors of wood sheets (araucária sp.) were submerged (10 at each depth) at 0,2, 2 and 4 m, respectively. among the species collected, lyrodus floridanus was the only one that did not whow significant variation in number of individuals in relation to depth. all the other species were unaffected, in number of individuals, by the different depths tested.
Flebotomíneos de áreas com notifica??es de casos autóctones de leishmaniose visceral canina e leishmaniose tegumentar americana em Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Souza, Marcos Barbosa de;Carvalho, Raimundo Wilson de;Machado, Roberto Nei Martins;Wermelinger, Eduardo Dias;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262009000100031
Abstract: the city of angra dos reis presents human cases of american cutaneous leishmaniasis since 1945. phlebotomine surveys in 1978 had disclosed the presence of nyssomyia intermedia and the first notification of lutzomyia longipalpis in rio de janeiro, ilha grande, angra dos reis. in august of 2002 the first canine case of visceral leishmaniasis in the ilha grande, angra dos reis was notified. surveys of phlebotomines in the peridomiciliary areas, in the period of november, 2002, through may, 2003, in four localities of angra dos reis, resulted in 12,554 specimens belonging to nine species: brumptomyia sp. nyssomyia intermedia, migonemyia migonei, micropygomyia schreiberi, pintomyia fischeri, psychodopygus davisi, psychodopygus ayrosai, evandromyia tupinambay, psathyromyia pelloni. nyssomyia intermedia was predominant in all localities, followed by m. migonei. the main vector of the avl, l. longipalpis, was not detected in the localities, including their surroundings, where an infected dog inhabited.
Moraceae da Ilha Grande, Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Moraceae of Ilha Grande, Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.  [PDF]
Leandro Cardoso PEDERNEIRAS,Anderson Ferreira Pinto MACHADO,Tatiana Tavares CARRIJO,Marcelo Dias Machado VIANNA FILHO
Revista do Instituto Florestal , 2012,
Abstract: Este trabalho apresenta o levantamento florístico das espécies nativas de Moraceae ocorrentes na Ilha Grande, município de Angra dos Reis, Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Com base na análise de cole es científicas, revis o da literatura e excurs es a campo, foram registradas 11 espécies nativas: Brosimum guianense, Dorstenia arifolia, Ficus adhatodifolia, F. arpazusa, F. cyclophylla, F. gomelleira, F. nevesiae, F. organensis, F. pulchella, Sorocea hilarii, S. guilleminiana. Apresentamos, também, a chave de identifica o para os táxons, descri es, ilustra es, informa es sobre a distribui o geográfica e comentários sobre as espécies. This work presents a floristic survey of native species of Moraceae occurring in Ilha Grande, municipality of Angra dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro state, Brazil. It was based on analysis of herbarium collections, literature review and the field excursions, resulting in 11 native species: Brosimum guianense, Dorstenia arifolia, Ficus adhatodifolia, F. arpazusa, F. cyclophylla, F. gomelleira, F. nevesiae, F. organensis, F. pulchella, Sorocea hilarii, S. guilleminiana. We also present the identification key to the taxa, descriptions, illustrations, information about geographic distribution and comments on these species that enriched the results.
Sucess?o vegetal em uma encosta reflorestada com leguminosas arbóreas em Angra dos Reis, RJ
Chada, Sylvia de Souza;Campello, Eduardo Francia Carneiro;Faria, Sérgio Miana de;
Revista árvore , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622004000600005
Abstract: the floristic composition and natural regeneration under a 7-year-old legume tree plantation (acacia auriculiformis, a. mangium e mimosa tenuiflora) was investigated in comparing with a secondary forest 200 m away at angra dos reis, rj. the hillside was divided in 3 parts following the slope. the lower part of the hillside was the nearest to the natural forest remnant. in 12 plots with 200 m2 each, 4 of them in each section of the hillside, 699 plants larger then 40 cm height were observed, distributed in 25 families and 50 species. the families with the most individuals were meliaceae (298), euphorbiaceae (70), piperaceae (64) and lauraceae (41). the families with the most species were solanaceae (7), melastomataceae (5) and myrtaceae (5). none of the legume species introduced in the area had produced natural regeneration. the evolution of natural succession acurred with a gradient in function of the slope and distance of the remnant natural forest. the higher density of individuals and species richness were found in the lowest part of the hillside.
Galhas de insetos da Reserva Biológica Estadual da Praia do Sul (Ilha Grande, Angra dos Reis, RJ)
Maia, Valéria Cid;Oliveira, Jussara Costa de;
Biota Neotropica , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-06032010000400028
Abstract: thirty-six morphotypes of insect galls were recorded for the first time in the reserva biológica estadual da praia do sul (ilha grande, angra dos reis, rj), being the majority of them comprised of leaf galls (64%). stem and bud galls were also found (25 and 14%, respectively). myrtaceae were the plant family with the greatest richness of insect galls. mikania sp. (asteraceae) and guapira opposita (nyctaginaceae) were the super host plant species. the most important galling group was the cecidomyiidae (diptera), responsible for 75% of the gall morphotypes. hemipteran and lepidopteran galls were also recorded (11 and 2.8%, respectively).
GIS as a Decision Support Tool in the Area of Influence of the Nuclear Complex Angra dos Reis, Brazil  [PDF]
Corbiniano Silva, Luiz Landau, Luiz Claudio Gomes Pimentel, Paulo Fernando Lavalle Heilbron Filho
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2013.51002
Abstract:

The outlook concerning the occurrence of industrial accidents has led to the implementation of response systems based on geoprocessing tools, which are widely adopted in emergency for such ventures, since they have helped and served as a support for decision making, as well as for the preparation of guidelines aimed at managing emergencies. Nuclear power plants, because they constitute types of industrial activities that present dangerous conditions and attention regarding security are characterized as hazardous, especially due to consequences that occurred from large accidents— such as Chernobyl (1986) and Fukushima (2011)—highlighting the importance to its negative impacts, since the occurrence of accidents at nuclear power plants may affect surrounding areas, thus exposing a set of elements that are part of the environmental dynamics that integrates the catchment area where this type of plant is situated. In this way, through an integrated view of the region where the nuclear complex is located in Angra dos Reis City (Rio de Janeiro State) and, also, by aggregating information that portray the geobiophysical reality of its surroundings, several elements were incorporated into a database developed in a virtual environment, in which was produced a geographic information system (GIS) that presents a complex of variables that, once considered, can enhance various analysis in order to support emergency situations and planning, as well as guidelines that help define actions from the occurrence of accidental events at the nuclear plant.

Inventário de Elateridae (Coleoptera) de Vila Dois Rios, Ilha Grande, Angra Dos Reis, Rio de Janeiro
Corrêa, Vinícius Amaral;Casari, S?nia Aparecida;Mermudes, José Ricardo Miras;
Biota Neotropica , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1676-06032011000400025
Abstract: results of an inventory of elateridae species from the atlantic forest in vila dois rios (ilha grande, angra dos reis, rj) are presented. seven collecting trips were conducted between january and december of 2008, and insects were collected manually by beating the vegetation, and using light traps on the trails near ceads (center for environmental studies and sustainable development, state university of rio de janeiro)-5 m altitude, 23o 11' 05'' s and 44o 11' 27'' w. a total of 212 specimens were collected in five subfamilies, representing the first record of 19 genera and 28 species from ilha grande. elaterinae was the richest and most dominate subfamily, with pomachilius terminatus was the most abundantly species. agrypninae and cardiophorinae corresponded to 19.34% of total abundance, the former with 11 species and the latter with four. lissominae and denticollinae were rare with only a single species.
OS IMPACTOS AMBIENTAIS E O PROCESSO DE GEST O INTEGRADA: EXPERIêNCIAS NA VILA DE ABRA O – ILHA GRANDE, ANGRA DOS REIS (RJ) / The Environmental Impacts and The Process of Integrated Management: Experiences in The Vila de Abra o – Ilha Grande, Angra dos Reis (RJ)
S?nia V. G. da Gama,Sueli Maurício Leal Filha,Ilana Campos Rocha
Revista Sociedade & Natureza , 2006,
Abstract: The Ilha Grande is situated at the intersection of the parallels 23°05' and 23°14' degrees Southlatitude with the meridians 44°05' and 44°23' West longitude, in Angra dos Reis county, at the Riode Janeiro state Southern coast. It has approximately 193Km2 and has two districts, Ara atiba,situated at the western portion whose main villa of residents is Provetá, and Abra o, situated atthe East portion where detaches as the main village the Vila de Abra o. The Vila de Abra o isconsidered the “capital” of the Ilha Grande, where arrive and alter on a daily basis, inhabitants,visitors, public managers, researchers and environmental defenders. The present article considersenvironmental impacts in the Vila de Abra o as important vectors in the construction of managementprocess and territorial planning, mainly after the Island’s change of function - from federal prison(Instituto Penal Candido Mendes) and environmental conservation area it becomes the headoffice of the Centro de Estudos Ambientais e Desenvolvimento Sustentável, a State University ofRio de Janeiro (UERJ) unit, which has both an institutional and environmental conservation use,however framed in touristic activity growth context.
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