Sao Sebastiao Channel Brazil
Mostrando 1-10 de 10 artigos, teses e dissertações.
1. Temporal variation of the gammaridean fauna (Crustacea, Amphipoda) associated with the sponge Mycale angulosa (Porifera, Demospongiae) in southeastern Brazil
ABSTRACTMarine sponges are advantageous microhabitats because of their complex architecture. The system of internal canals provides circulation of water and deposition of particulate organic matter, ensuring availability of food and shelter. Diminutive amphipods have little difficulty penetrating the spaces of sponges and remain in their aquiferous systems a
Nauplius. Publicado em: 2015-06
2. Three new species of benthonic Harpacticoida (Copepoda, Crustacea) from São Sebastião Channel
Three benthonic Harpacticoida (Crustacea) new to science were collected in the São Sebastião Channel region (SE Coast of Brazil): Rhizotrix virginiae n.sp. (Rhizotrichidae), Galapalaophonte alvaroi n. sp. (Laophontidae) and Laophontisochra terueae n.sp. (Nannopodidae). Though similar to described species from the NW Atlantic benthos, the Caribbean region a
Nauplius. Publicado em: 2014-12
3. Habitat partitioning, habits and convergence among coastal nektonic fish species from the São Sebastião Channel, southeastern Brazil
Com base em um levantamento ictiofaunístico realizado com diversos métodos de captura e em observações subaquáticas preliminares foram selecionados 17 "morfótipos" representativos da diversidade morfológica apresentada dentre 27 espécies de peixes nectônicos amostradas no Canal de São Sebastião. Tais "morfótipos" foram estudados por meio de uma a
Neotropical Ichthyology. Publicado em: 2010
4. Transporte de volume e condições hidrográficas no Canal de São Sebastião / Volume transport and hydrographic conditions in the São Sebastião Channel
Current data obtained using an "Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler " (ADCP) towed by a research boat and nearly synoptic hydrographic data were sampled in the São Sebastião Channel (SSC) during six cruises between 2001 and 2006. This study also uses ocean-surface wind fields for the South Brazil Bight (SBB) area derived from the QuikSCAT scatterometer. The
Publicado em: 2008
5. Anti-inflammatory activity of the apolar extract from the seaweed Galaxaura marginata (Rhodophyta, Nemaliales)
The red seaweed Galaxaura marginata (Ellis & Solander) Lamouroux, well known by the antibacterial activity of its polar extract and the cytotoxic activity of its oxygenated desmosterol, showed anti-inflammatory action in its apolar fraction. Topical anti-inflammatory activity was observed in samples collected at São Sebastião channel, northern littoral of
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases. Publicado em: 2007
6. Ctenóforos da costa brasileira: considerações taxonômicas e biológicas / On the systematics and biology of the ctenophores from Brazilian coast
The phylum Ctenophora is pour studied in Brazil. Species records for the Brazilian coast are scarce in the literature. The distribution patterns and abundance of ctenophores in the region are almost unknown. The scarcity of data aims mostly to the difficulties in collecting and preserving specimens. This study consisted in an effort to increase knowledge on
Publicado em: 2007
7. Echinodermata from São Sebastião Channel (São Paulo, Brazil) / "Echinodermata do Canal de São Sebastião, São Sebastião (SP)"
Vide dissertação (Ingles e Espanhol).
Publicado em: 2006
8. Organochlorine pesticides residues and PCBs in benthic organisms of the inner shelf of the São Sebastião Channel, São Paulo, Brazil
Trinta e sete amostras de bentos da área interna do Canal de São Sebastião, Brasil, foram coletadas entre Abril de 1994 e Agosto de 1998 e analisadas quanto aos níveis de resíduos de 17 pesticidas organoclorados os congêneres dos PCBs. Os níveis de resíduos de organoclorados e PCBs foram baixos( ng/g) e encontrados com maior freqüência nas amostras
Brazilian Journal of Oceanography. Publicado em: 2004-06
9. Toxicity of puffer fish: two species (Lagocephalus laevigatus, linaeus 1766 and Sphoeroides spengleri, Bloch 1785) from the Southeastern Brazilian coast
In Brazil, where puffer fish are considered poisonous, there are few documented cases on human consumption and consequent poisoning. In this study, toxicity of two puffer fish species from the Brazilian coast was examined. Specimens of Sphoeroides spengleri and Lagocephalus laevigatus were caught in São Sebastião Channel (North coast of São Paulo State, B
Journal of Venomous Animals and Toxins including Tropical Diseases. Publicado em: 2003
10. Efeitos do petróleo e da limpeza por jateamento em costão rochoso da praia de Barequecaba, São Sebastião, SP. / Effects of oil and cleanup by high pressure flushing on a rocky shore at Barequeçaba beach, São Sebastião, Brazil.
Rocky shores of São Sebastião region are vulnerable ecosystems to oil spills, due to the proximity of the Petroleum Terminal Almirante Barroso (TEBAR) from PETROBRÁS. It was documented 144 spills in the last 14 years, at the area. Few studies were done about the community structure of rocky shores on São Sebastião Channel, specially including the effect
Publicado em: 1994