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Environment sensitivity map to North Pelotas Basin: subsidy to elaboration of contingency plans; Mapeamento da sensibilidade ambiental para a porcao norte da Bacia de Pelotas: subsidio para elaboracao de planos de contingencia

Abstract

The Pelotas Basin stands out in the national scenery of search of petroleum and gas. Due of these interests they become important environmental protection actions. Inside of this panorama is the Chart of Sensitivity Index (CSI). The study was developing in Santa Catarina, municipal districts from Passo de Torres to Palhoca. The objectives of this work were the development of the CSI and the construction of a bibliographical database. The methodology used in this work was proposed by the Ministerio do Meio Ambiente. During the field exit sediment samples, photographic registration and pertinent observation were collected. With all this information the Index of Environment Sensitivity (IES) was generated, that classifies the coasts in agreements with the sensitivity to the oil. Diversity of environments is very clear at this coast for the variability of the IES. The most frequent ecosystem is beaches of medium to fine sand exposed. It was identified the presence of environments of highly sensitive, classified in the index 8 and 10. The definition of possible scarification areas was accomplishments with IES, biological resources and economical partner of the area. (author)
Authors:
Diniz, Debora P; Griep, Gilberto H [1] 
  1. Fundacao Universidade do Rio Grande (FURG), RS (Brazil)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2008
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-BR-0991
Resource Relation:
Conference: Rio oil and gas 2008 expo and conference, Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil), 15-18 Sep 2008; Other Information: 27 refs., 3 figs. Codes: IBP2677_08; BR0903124.pdf
Subject:
02 PETROLEUM; 54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; PETROLEUM INDUSTRY; COASTAL WATERS; ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS; ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION; SENSITIVITY; DATA COMPILATION; DIAGRAMS; MAPPING; REMEDIAL ACTION; BRAZILIAN ORGANIZATIONS
OSTI ID:
21219441
Research Organizations:
Instituto Brasileiro de Petroleo, Gas e Biocombustiveis (IBP), Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil)
Country of Origin:
Brazil
Language:
Portuguese
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: BR0903124
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE21219441
Submitting Site:
BR
Size:
[7] pages
Announcement Date:
Sep 25, 2009

Citation Formats

Diniz, Debora P, and Griep, Gilberto H. Environment sensitivity map to North Pelotas Basin: subsidy to elaboration of contingency plans; Mapeamento da sensibilidade ambiental para a porcao norte da Bacia de Pelotas: subsidio para elaboracao de planos de contingencia. Brazil: N. p., 2008. Web.
Diniz, Debora P, & Griep, Gilberto H. Environment sensitivity map to North Pelotas Basin: subsidy to elaboration of contingency plans; Mapeamento da sensibilidade ambiental para a porcao norte da Bacia de Pelotas: subsidio para elaboracao de planos de contingencia. Brazil.
Diniz, Debora P, and Griep, Gilberto H. 2008. "Environment sensitivity map to North Pelotas Basin: subsidy to elaboration of contingency plans; Mapeamento da sensibilidade ambiental para a porcao norte da Bacia de Pelotas: subsidio para elaboracao de planos de contingencia." Brazil.
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title = {Environment sensitivity map to North Pelotas Basin: subsidy to elaboration of contingency plans; Mapeamento da sensibilidade ambiental para a porcao norte da Bacia de Pelotas: subsidio para elaboracao de planos de contingencia}
author = {Diniz, Debora P, and Griep, Gilberto H}
abstractNote = {The Pelotas Basin stands out in the national scenery of search of petroleum and gas. Due of these interests they become important environmental protection actions. Inside of this panorama is the Chart of Sensitivity Index (CSI). The study was developing in Santa Catarina, municipal districts from Passo de Torres to Palhoca. The objectives of this work were the development of the CSI and the construction of a bibliographical database. The methodology used in this work was proposed by the Ministerio do Meio Ambiente. During the field exit sediment samples, photographic registration and pertinent observation were collected. With all this information the Index of Environment Sensitivity (IES) was generated, that classifies the coasts in agreements with the sensitivity to the oil. Diversity of environments is very clear at this coast for the variability of the IES. The most frequent ecosystem is beaches of medium to fine sand exposed. It was identified the presence of environments of highly sensitive, classified in the index 8 and 10. The definition of possible scarification areas was accomplishments with IES, biological resources and economical partner of the area. (author)}
place = {Brazil}
year = {2008}
month = {Jul}
}