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Síntese sobre ofiolitos: evolu??o dos conceitos
Queiroga, Gláucia Nascimento;Suita, Marcos Tadeu de Freitas;Pedrosa-Soares, Ant?nio Carlos;Martins, Maximiliano de Souza;Pinheiro, Marco Aurélio Piacentini;
Rem: Revista Escola de Minas , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0370-44672012000100007
Abstract: ophiolites are fragments of the ancient oceanic lithosphere formed at constructive plate margins or transforming divergent plates. through extensive thrust faults, these bodies or part of them are emplaced into the continental crust, inside rock piles of orogenic belts, in solid state, but these bodies can be relatively warm. the possible environments which produce oceanic lithosphere include meso-oceanic ranges, basins related to juvenile island arcs and retro-arc basins. ophiolites of the phanerozoic age are abundant in orogenic belts around the world whilst precambrian oceanic remnants are less common and are distributed mainly in finland, canada, morocco, saudi arabia, egypt, russia, brazil and china. several registers of precambrian oceanic remnants of different ages were recognized in brazil. most of these bodies are situated in brazilian orogenic belts and they register the consumption of the neoproterozoic oceans. this paper aims to synthetize the main information about ophiolitic sequences, bringing a brief review of concepts and classifications along the 200-year use of this term.
Expans o do Programa Saúde da Família (PSF) e identifica o de problemas relacionados ao uso de álcool no Brasil
Souza Maximiliano Loiola Ponte de
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2005,
Compara o entre modelos para determina o da porcentagem de madeira em árvores de Pinus caribaea Morelet var. hondurensis Barr. et Golf. em Itirapina. Comparison between models to estimate the percentage of wood in Pinus caribaea Morelet var . hondurensis Barr. et Golf . Trees in Itirapina.
Gilberto de Souza PINHEIRO
Revista do Instituto Florestal , 2005,
Abstract: Efetuou-se a compara o de doismodelos para determina o da porcentagem demadeira com a obtida pela raz o entre o volumecom casca com o volume sem casca. As análises devariancia efetuadas com aplica o do teste deTukey permitem concluir que a porcentagem demadeira obtida pela média aritmética dos valoresquadráticos do fator casca, encontrados ao longodo fuste aproxima-se mais do valor real que oestimado através do modelo simplificado obtidopelo quadrado da raz o entre o DAP sem casca e oDAP com casca. A análise da somatória dosdesvios em valores relativos mostra que o modelosimplificado subestima o valor da porcentagem demadeira, enquanto o modelo da média aritmética osuperestima. Dessa forma se sugere a utiliza oapenas do valor obtido pelo cociente do volumesem casca pelo volume com casca.The aim of this study was to comparetwo different models with estimate the percentageof wood obtained by quotient between volume of atree without bark and volume of a tree with bark( 1 K ) with two different models: 22 K , obtainedby the square of mean of the values along thesteam and 23 K , the simplified model, obtained byonly two measures: the square of the quotientbetween DBH without bark and DBH with bark.Effectuated the statistical analysis by analysis ofvariance procedure, Tukey’s Test and sum ofrelatives values of deviation, it was concluded thatthe best model to calculate the percentage of woodis the one obtained by the quotient between thevolume without bark and the volume with bark.
Quando, como e o que se bebe: o processo de alcooliza??o entre popula??es indígenas do alto Rio Negro, Brasil
Souza, Maximiliano Loiola Ponte de;Garnelo, Luiza;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2007000700015
Abstract: this paper analyzes the development of alcoholism among indian peoples in the upper rio negro, amazonas state, brazil. based on a comprehensive approach to what, how, and when individuals drink, this ethnography emphasizes the socio-cultural and historical context in which alcohol is consumed and interpretation of the issue by indian people themselves. the article discusses historical transformations in the forms of drinking and their correlations with the status quo and changes in social standards of living. the article concludes that current forms of alcohol consumption are linked to the behaviors and values emerging on the frontier of interethnic relations and the resignification of the traditional culture, currently experiencing difficulties in offering parameters for action and symbolization of social life by the younger generations as they deal with challenges from the modern world.
Ilmário de Souza Pinheiro
Revista Eletr?nica Espa?o Teológico , 2010,
Abstract: O presente artigo se prop e a refletir a quest o do conhecimento de Deus na contemporaneidade, enquanto marcada por um contexto predominantemente secular. O nosso pressuposto teórico é a condi o humana, sempre em busca de um sentido vital. No principio, faremos uma explana o sobre os fundamentos do conhecimento de Deus; num segundo momento, discorreremos em uma análise crítica sobre o discurso de Deus na contemporaneidade; por fim, refletiremos sobre o desafio do homem hodierno de conhecer Deus, mesmo quando se pensa ser possível, ou até viável, ignorá-lo.
Repensando a maternidade na adolescência
Ver?nica de Souza Pinheiro
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/s1413-294x2000000100011
"é muito dificultoso!": etnografia dos cuidados a pacientes com hipertens?o e/ou diabetes na aten??o básica, em Manaus, Amazonas, Brasil
Souza, Maximiliano Loiola Ponte de;Garnelo, Luíza;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2008001300014
Abstract: this paper analyzes the results of an evaluative study in the city of manaus, amazonas state, brazil, on primary health care for patients with hypertension and/or diabetes. the ethnographic approach used access to services and comprehensiveness of health care as core analytical categories, comparing the health practices developed by family health program (fhp) units with traditional non-fhp primary care units. access to family health care units in low-income communities is limited by the precarious surrounding urban infrastructure. the main barrier to access to primary care units is distance. the lack of a referral system between the various levels of complexity jeopardizes patients' access to tests and specialists. the care supplied by the two units is limited to patient conditions that can be treated pharmacologically, thus compromising the comprehensiveness of care. the health professionals display a limited capacity to hear problems outside the immediate focus of the program activity. the paper highlights the potential for using ethnography in evaluative research on health systems and services.
Modos de vida e modos de beber de jovens indígenas em um contexto de transforma??es
Souza,Maximiliano Loiola Ponte de; Deslandes,Suely Ferreira; Garnelo,Luiza;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000300013
Abstract: the interactions among the ways of life and drink of youths indigenous of a populous place of upper rio negro were analyzed through an ethnographic research. it was used a theoretical model that allowed to decompose and to articulate the social reality in different levels. it was observed that there was a multiplication of the situations in which is possible to drink, that are associated to mechanisms as much of belonging demarcation as of exposition of differences inter-group. nowadays, youths insert themselves in multiple interaction networks. through these networks they can create juvenile atmospheres of alcohol consumption, drink far away from the parents and buy industrialized drinks. with the introduction of the school and the abandonment of the initiation rituals, the youth status became uncertain, and it occurs in an ambiguous way the social norms of alcohol consumption, in a context in which there is no consensus in daily practice respect of the possible strategies to regulate juvenile drinking. through this research, theoretical-methodological alternatives could be suggested to investigate the relationships that are established between the ways of life and the production of the health and disease, incorporating in this analysis the culture (and its transformation), the daily life (and its contradictions), the people (and its subjectivities).
Suicide mortality in S?o Gabriel da Cachoeira, a predominantly indigenous Brazilian municipality
Souza, Maximiliano Loiola Ponte de;Orellana, Jesem Douglas Yamall;
Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-44462012000100007
Abstract: abstract objective: to describe the characteristics and the raw suicide mortality rates (rsmr) during the period 2000-2007 in the municipality with the largest proportion of self-reported indigenous people in brazil, s?o gabriel da cachoeira (sgc), state of amazonas. method: a retrospective descriptive study was carried out using data from the information department of the brazilian unified health system (datasus). we considered suicide the cause of death coded in the records as voluntary self-inflicted injuries according to the international classification of diseases and related health problems, 10th revision. results: forty-four suicide cases were registered in this period. the average rsmr was 16.8 per 100,000 inhabitants (male, 26.6; female, 6.3). the highest rates were observed in the age groups 15-24 years and 25-34 years, with rsmr of 43.1 and 30.2 per 100,000 inhabitants, respectively. most suicides occurred among indigenous people (97.7%), males (81.8%), and unmarried people (70.5%). in most cases, deaths occurred at home (86.4%), during weekends (59.1%) and mainly by hanging (97.7%). conclusion: suicide is a significant health and social problem in sgc. the suicide profile observed in this municipality was, as a whole, more similar to that observed in certain indigenous communities than that found in most urban and non-indigenous environments, demonstrating the sociocultural specificity of these events in brazil.
Stable Isotopes Studies in the Urucu Oil Province, Amazon Region, Brazil  [PDF]
Eliene Lopes de Souza, Paulo Galvao, Roseli de Almeida, Cleane Pinheiro, Marcus Baessa, Marcio Cabral
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2015.73011
Abstract: The study area is the Urucu Oil Province, Municipality of Coari, State of Amazonas, Brazil. This research represents a contribution to the hydrogeological knowledge in the northern region of Brazil, particularly in the central part of the Amazon rainforest, where researches on isotopic are still incipient. The primary goal was to determine, by stable isotopes 18O and 2H measurements, interrelationships between surface water and groundwater, in order to understand the origin and mechanisms of groundwater recharge and discharge. For this, samples of rainwater, superficial water and groundwater were collected between June 2008 and May 2009 for stable isotopic analyzes. This understanding is important in cases of eventual contaminations of the area, which could degrade the water resources. The results show that the superficial waters are typically light waters and have meteoric origin, and the groundwater recharge is by direct rainfall infiltration with primary evaporation before reaching the groundwater table in the Icá-Solimoes Aquifer System. The isotopic signatures similarities between groundwater and superficial waters indicate both waters’ contributions in the streams and, therefore, in the Urucu river.
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