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Book of Abstracts, Environmental and Health World Congress, EHWC 2006, July 16-19, 2006. Published by Claudio da Rocha Brito (ISBN 85-89120-36-8) & Melany M. Ciampi (ISBN 85-89549-32-1), 2006.

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Message from the General Chair

It is a fact that Health and Environment are intimately related. And it is a fact that more than ever scientists have an important role in the promotion of the world development. It is important to point out that fundamental research is more relevant and needed than ever before. Nevertheless the biggest challenge for science and technology is the promotion of development and sustainability with responsibility. It is the further step of science and technology of 21st Century. The contemporary History shows the scientific and technological researches’ advancements on all fronts and the benefits that include an outstanding array of new knowledge and products ranging from laser surgery to genetic testing, from global positioning systems to prediction of weather events, etc. By the other hand the growth of the human population and the growth in amount of resources used to support life in big scale are altering the environment in unprecedented ways. No doubt that the resulted environmental changes have serious consequences for humanity and climatic disruption, insufficient drinking water are some examples of undesirable results. This is a time for meditation about what can be done in order to diminish the effects of large-scale alterations in biogeochemical cycles for human beings. Therefore the Environmental and Health World Congress (EHWC'2006) comes to promote not only a deep reflection about the environment and its consequences on health but also how to bring new ideas for the increment of the professionals' of the new millennium, which main characteristic is the awareness and the responsibility in the practice. The theme of this year’s congress is “Natural Resources for the Health of Future Generations”. Human health is being increasingly recognized as having strong environmental components. Some examples include the importance to human health of good air quality, clean drinking water, quality food, and minimal exposure to toxic chemicals not to mention the impact of land-use practices, urban population and the transmission of diseases. The ideas, opinions and professionals' contributions can be presented through Lectures with international specialists in their areas of performance, Plenary Sessions, Presentations of Papers and Workshops. The contributions come from many areas of human knowledge and they show how much science and technology have been working in order to reach the aimed goal of promote human life with quality. The Environmental and Health World Congress (EHWC'2006) is the result of a natural evolution of a very positive enterprise that started in 2000 counting with the efforts and good will of local scientists and researchers in order to discuss and to suggest in a more consistent way politics and actions to enhance the life quality of the community. This year the organizers are very proud of the number of quality contributions from many parts of the world besides the local ones. The Environmental and Health World Congress (EHWC'2006) is organized by COPEC – Council of Research in Education and Sciences and promoted by NBPAS – Brazilian Nucleus of Environmental Researches and Health in Technical Cooperation (in alphabetical order): AAMP (Fishing Museum Friends Society), ABENGE (Brazilian Society for Engineering Education), ABO (Brazilian Dental Association), AGERCO (Brazilian Agency for Coastal Management), ASEE (American Society for Engineering Education), ASIBEI (Iberian-American Association of Engineering Education Institutions), GCMM (Global Congress on Manufacturing and Management), IEEE-Ed.Soc. (Education Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), IGIP (Internationale Gesellschaft für Ingenieurpädagogik), INTERTECH (International Council for Engineering and Technology Education), IRCWR (International Reference Center for Water Reuse), Porto Gente (Sea Port and People), RBE (Brazilian Network of Engineering), SBE (Brazilian Society of Ecotoxicology), SEFI (Société Européenne pour la Formation des Ingénieurs), UNESP (University of São Paulo State) and UNISANTA (University Santa Cecilia) and Cultural Cooperation of Department of Culture of Santos. We can not forget to mention and thank in special our partners and sponsors the FAPESP (State of São Paulo Research Foundation), CNPq (National Council for Scientific and Technological Development) and CAPES (Coordination for Improvement of Personnel of Superior Level). Many colleagues from many countries have given their support to EHWC'2006 and fortunately the list is long and so it could not be comprised in a small space so our special thanks to all of them. Our very special thanks to Prof. Maria Helena Lambert and Prof. Ermelinda Maura Chezzi, Rector and Vice-Rector of Catholic University of Santos (UniSantos), who supports every activity for the enhancement of Education in the City. We would like also to thank and congratulate the Local Program Committee, which efforts made this event possible. On behalf of the organizers and myself I wish you can enjoy this material and continue to contribute for the success of next Congresses, which richness is in the relations built along the exchange of ideas and joint ventures that it generates. Finally my special thanks to the participants whose collaborations have enriched the event. Prof. Dr. Claudio da Rocha Brito GENERAL CHAIR President of COPEC
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not only for the opportunity to acknowledge great researches going on but also for the opportunity to make contacts and build new relations. The Congress congregates professionals of many areas of sciences from medical field to communication and arts. Dr. authors and participants as well as to all the supporters which efforts have enhanced the success of the Environmental and Health World Congress (EHWC'2006). sociology. BRAZIL . Santos. passing by dentistry. Very special Thanks to all the researchers. It is the main characteristic of this congress since its very first edition. engineering and computer sciences. In this sense Health and Environment are innermost related and any change in any level affects the human being’s life. When people think about environment the first idea is the nature that is out door. Prof.19. Ciampi TECHNICAL PROGRAM CHAIR President of NBPAS © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 4 July 16 . The fact is that it is more than that it is the world that surrounds us indoors and outdoors. 2006.Message from the Technical Program Chair It has been a great satisfaction to contribute to the organization of the Environmental and Health World Congress (EHWC'2006). economy. So the choice of the theme of this year congress that is “Natural Resources for the Health of Future Generations” is very fortunate. The Book of Abstracts and the Proceedings constitute one humble contribution to health and environment search to reach the aim of promoting sustainable development and on behalf of the organizing committee I hope it comes to add to technological and scientific community. Melany M. Looking back the years of the development of such Congress the international version is without any doubt the result of hard work of committed people with the goal to make a difference in the history of a community and now from Brazil to the world scientific community. The richness of this privilege is outstanding and the results are very appreciated not only for the organizers but also by the authors and participants.

• To accomplish integrated researches for the conservation of the natural resources and environmental protection. As in the Atlantic Forest Region is where the Nucleus develops most of its activities a Regional Nucleus has been created. • To motivate the change of experiences and information with other institutions and government organizations to celebrate agreements to establish partnerships. environmentalists and interested people in general for the discussion of problems of the environment in the region and the contributions of the scientific researches for its solution. 2006. to associate to people and institutions interested in environmental researches. seeking the conservation and protection of the natural resources. • To accomplish Congress. authorities. lectures. social. • To create and to manage database on environmental researches. Dr.qualification. workshops and courses on environmental problems. national and international institutions in the efforts for improvement of the environment conditions. conferences. It is the NPABS . • To participate in state. by the following actions. Prof. seminars. BRAZIL .19. companies. • To act to the public powers or private entities. Joseph Harari VICE CHAIR President of Regional Nucleus of NBPAS in Atlantic Forest Coast Region © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 5 July 16 . • To discuss the priorities of research programs with the community. • To develop specialization courses and professional re .Message from the Vice Chair The Brazilian Nucleus of Environmental Researches and Health (NBPAS) is an Organization of Civil Society of Public Interest that has the goal to develop researches in environment which aims to foster integrated environmental researches. • To publish the results of the researches in a wide way for the community's knowledge. • To act in the constant defense of the strategic role of the science and technology for the economical.Nucleus of Environmental Researches of Baixada Santista (now called Atlantic Forest Coast Region) that develops several activities in the region. requesting measures regarding the objectives of the entity. Santos. cultural development and for the sovereignty of the Country. It has been promoting monthly meetings in institutions of higher education in Santos and other cities open to scientists.

Switzerland Irina Avenarious. USP Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha. Russia Muthar Al-Ubaidi. treasurer José Albano F. designer Luiz Otávio de Almeida Castro. USA Vladimir G. 2006. COPEC/NBPAS Denis Abessa. ABO Local Committee: Andréa Pessoa Rodrigues. IPEN/USP Claudio da Rocha Brito. Santos. Brazilian Agency for Coastal Management Cecilia da Rocha Brito. UNESP Edmilson Roberto Braga. UFPB Luiz Otávio A. Chair of Committee Alberto Amorim. ASEE. secretary Cristina R. UFPB Valter Castro Alves.19. Ciampi Vice Chair: Joseph Harari Advisory Committee: Dan Budny.. Ciampi. UNICAMP Julio Cesar Bassi. USP Christiano Magini. Castro. MADI-TU. Fishing Institute Alexandre Botari. Navy Technological Center Claudio Costa Motta. UNISANTOS Flávio Mário de A. UNISANTA Euzébio Mossini. informatics Caio A. marketing Rafael Gonzalez.Committees: General Chair: Claudio da Rocha Brito Technical Program Chair: Melany M. web designer Medical Committee: Carolina da Rocha Brito Catharina da Rocha Brito Cecilia da Rocha Brito Sidney Capps Fernandes © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 6 July 16 . BRAZIL . OIT. IRCWR José Carlos Curvelo de Oliviera Jr. Brito. Calazans. COPEC/NBPAS Ronei Marcos de Moraes. Russia Yolanda Guran-Postlethwaite. UNESP Ivanildo Hespanhol. Mariani. Mackenzie University Antonio Eduardo Poleti. USA Federico Flueckiger. Mouta. INTERTECH. UNISANTA Liliane Machado. IGIP. CEFET-SP Elio Lopes. USP Patrícia Aparecida Pereira Souza de Almeida. COPEC/NBPAS Roberto da Graça Lopes. Zakharov. UNESP Claudia Giovedi. USA Technical Program Committee: Melany M. CRDF. ABO Juliano Schimiguel. Fishing Museum Roberto da Rocha Brito.

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character designator is associated with each technical session. Papers will not be moved up in sessions. (H is a letter that designates hour of the day). a 12 minutes break will be called. 3 is middle afternoon (3:30pm . etc. Santos. 2 is early afternoon (1:30pm . It there is a no-show author in a session. T – designates Tuesday sessions and papers. A is the first parallel session. D – is a letter that designates the day of the session: M – designates Monday sessions and papers.12:00pm). C is the third parallel session.SESSION AND PRESENTATION CODES Codes are used to determine when and where a paper is presented. T – is a number that designates the time slot for the session: 1 is late morning (10:30am . Five minutes will be allowed for introductions and instructions at the beginning of each session. 2006. with two minutes for questions. Technical Session Coding A four. All papers will start in 12 minutes increments to allow conference attendees to “session hop” hear papers of interest. BRAZIL . as in LDTN Where: L – is a letter that designates the language of the session: E – designates English sessions and papers.5:00pm).3:00pm).19. Session Begins First paper Second Paper Third Paper Fourth Paper Fifth paper Sixth paper Seventh paper Session Ends © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 10 H:30 H:35 H:47 H:59 (H+1):11 (H+1):23 (H+1):35 (H+1):47 (H+1):59 July 16 . Note. W – designates Wednesday sessions and papers. P – designates Portuguese sessions and papers. Each paper will be given 10 minutes for the total presentation. Papers times for sessions are shown below. N – is a letter that designates the parallel session within any time slot.

Santos. 2006. Cecilia da Rocha Brito and Prof. Patrícia Aparecida Pereira Souza de Almeida – Brazilian Nucleus of Environmental Researches and Health (NBPAS) 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm WORKSHOP V TAI CHI: Introdução à filosofia que gerou a Medicina do Equilíbrio tradicional Chinesa (in Portuguese) Prof.19. Roberto da Rocha Brito – SHE Manager of Orica Mining Services Noon – 1:30 pm LUNCH 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm WORKSHOP III Ondas e correntes em regiões costeiras (in Portuguese) Prof. It is a good start for a period of four days of hard work. Joseph Harari – President of Regional Nucleus of NBPAS 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm WORKSHOP IV Negociação de Conflitos Ambientais: A Abordagem dos Ganhos Mútuos como alternativa (in Portuguese) Prof.Sunday – July. Health and Environmental) (in Portuguese) Prof. 16 8:00 am – 8:30 am REGISTRATION 8:30 am – Noon WORKSHOP I Técnicas de Mínima Intervenção em Odontologia (in Portuguese) Prof. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 11 July 16 . Julio Cesar Bassi – Coordinators of Dental Pediatrics in Regional of Brazilian Dental Association (ABO) 8:30 am – Noon WORKSHOP II A Nova Visão Empresarial para Assuntos SHE (Safety. It is the opportunity to get in touch with other colleagues and make new friends in a pleasant environment. David Roberto de Almeida – Catholic University of Santos (UNISANTOS) 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm WELCOME COCKTAIL PARTY We invite all the attendees for the “Welcome Cocktail Party” on Sunday at 6 pm. BRAZIL .

. Natalya G.................28 MULTIVARIATE OPTIMIZATION OF INSTRUMENTAL PARAMETERS FOCUSED ON THE DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDES..................... Kopytenko...... S.................... Ciampi – President of NBPAS Prof............ Michael Bruce Beck................. Ulamen Osaigbovo..28 THE COOPERATIVE OF SELECTIVE SOLID WASTES PICKERS OF GUARATINGUETÁ: BENEFITS........................... Irina A. Dione Aline Ribeiro dos Santos ................27 CHARACTERISTICS OF LOW-FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD IN DRIVER’S CABIN AND IN PASSENGER COMPARTMENT OF A TROLLEYBUS Yuri A.......... Yuri V............. Gabriela Sá Leitão de Mello......... Melany M........... B....... Moracci....28 COULD FULL CONVENTIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT GRANT QUALITY TO BRAZILIAN URBAN RIVERS? – THE TROUBLE OF STORMWATER INCURSIONS INTO SEWERS André Luiz de Lima Reda......... Anton M... 17 8:00 am – 8:30 am REGISTRATION 8:30 am – 10:00 am OPENING SESSION Chair: Prof.......28 ON SUSTAINABLITY.................................19.... Pires ......................... HUMAN POPULATION AND RATIONAL SOCIETY Yuji Ishiguro......................................................27 BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY FOR TERTIARY INSTITUTION: A CALL FOR WORLDWIDE ADOPTION Isoken Tito Aighewi. HERBICIDES AND EMERGING POLLUTANTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES Luiz F.......... James Roberg........ Claudio da Rocha Brito – General Chair of EHWC’2006 Prof......... 2006.................... F................. Santos......... Melany M....... Ptitsyna..... Radilov............................. Ciampi – Technical Program Chair of EHWC’2006 Prof........................... Dmitry B... Maria A.................... Marcelo Portugal Ferreira ......................... Claudio da Rocha Brito – President of COPEC Title: ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH WORLD CONGRESS: HISTORY AND CHALLENGES Speakers: Prof.....................29 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 12 July 16 .......... Marycel E............ Furusawa..... ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ACHIEVEMENTS Auro Tanaka..................... Joseph Harari – Vice Chair of EHWC’2006 10:00 am – 10:30 am Coffee Break 10:30 am – Noon PLENARY SESSION I Chair: Prof... Trofimenko .....Monday – July............................ Ismagilov................................... BRAZIL ...... Avenarius......... Hélio A............... Lelyukhin................... Andrey B....................... Cotrim......... Zaitsevv...... Valery S. Joseph Harari – President of Regional Nucleus of NBPAS Noon – 1:30 pm LUNCH 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm TECHNICAL SESSIONS Session EM2A Chairs James Wolfer Auro Tanaka ROAD IDENTIFICATION IN LANDSAT THEMATIC MAPPER IMAGERY USING PULSE-COUPLED NEURAL NETWORKS: AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT James Wolfer..

da Rosa....ALTAMIRA ......... Simone F.... Roque Passos Piveli.30 Session PM2B Chairs Simone de F...................... Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires ................. P........ Pereira..................... Gilmar W.. Claudia Segadilha Adler ... Almeida................... Thiago Müller da Silva............................29 ANÁLISE DA SATISFAÇÃO PÓS-OCUPAÇÃO: CONDOMÍNIO MIRANTE DA TAQUARA Protasio Ferreira e Castro.. P........ Saraiva..BRASIL Pedro Moreira de Sousa Junior............. EM CAMPINAS –SP Alex F......... SANEAMENTO..... NAS PRAIAS DO MUNICÍPIO DO GUARUJÁ......29 RELAÇÃO ESPACIAL ENTRE A FAIXA DA AREIA PRESERVADA E A OCUPAÇÃO ATUAL EM ÁREAS DE DOMÍNIO MARINHO.ESTUDO DE CASO DA POPULAÇÃO RESIDENTE NA REGIÃO GARIMPEIRA DA VOLTA GRANDE DO RIO XINGU ................ Cleide Samara Mescouto......... Mônica Medeiros ...... Vanessa Melo Silva ..... Bernadete Maria de Mendonça Neta.... Farias da Rosa.........31 ESTUDO ESTATÍSTICO DA INFLUÊNCIA DO TIPO DE ÁGUA CONSUMIDA EM RELAÇÃO A CONCENTRAÇÃO DE ARSÊNIO EM CABELO DE INDIVÍDUOS RESIDENTES NA CIDADE DE ALTAMIRA ........................................PARÁ – BRASIL Simone de F.. Santos..... P.................... 2006.................. Augusto C..... Pedro Moreira Junior .... Saraiva.................... Caroline Sarah Souza de Oliveira.. Cláudio Rodrigues...... Cleide Samara Mescouto............. P..... Marycel Elena Barbosa Cotrim.. Cecília M.... Biagio F........... F.......... Pinheiro Pereira............. V.32 ESTUDOS OCEANOGRÁFICOS DA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL AMAZÔNICA – NORTE DO BRASIL Valquiria C..30 SAÚDE............................ Valquíria C............ F... F.. COSTA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO Alessandro Farinaccio..............30 COMPARAÇÃO ENTRE O COMPORTAMENTO DO SISTEMA CARDIOPULMONAR E O SISTEMA MECÂNICO MASSA-MOLA-AMORTECEDOR Haricia Ribeiro Sales..... Simone de F.. Ellen Barbosa de Andrade......................... Giannetti.... Annunziata Donadio Chateaubriand.............. EDUCAÇÃO E GESTÃO AMBIENTAL: UMA EXPERIÊNCIA EM COMUNIDADE RURAL RIBEIRINHA DA AMAZÔNIA.......... Silvia H... Maurício Luciano Carvalho ..32 AVALIAÇÃO DO IMPACTO AMBIENTAL DE ESTAÇÕES DE TRATAMENTO DE ÁGUAS EM CURSOS D’ÁGUA Edson Luís Tocaia dos Reis..... Luís Fernando Rossi Léo....... B...............BARCARENA/PA Simone de F.............. Pereira Carlos Cezar da Silva USO DE INDICADORES AMBIENTAIS PARA AVALIAÇÃO DE SISTEMAS DE TRATAMENTO DE ESGOTO POR LODO ATIVADO E BIODIGESTÃO Carlos Cezar da Silva............... Carvalho... BRAZIL .... Bonilla......19...... Siqueira .............32 3:00 pm 3:30 pm Coffee Break 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm TECHNICAL SESSIONS © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 13 July 16 ..... Bruno Bezerra Chagas...................... Comunidade São João do Tupé....29 IMPLANTAÇÃO DE SISTEMA DE GESTÃO AMBIENTAL EM CONDOMÌNIO EMPRESARIAL TECH TOWN.............................. Moysés Gonsalez Tessler..29 BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA DA REGIÃO DOS LAGOS E SEU GERENCIAMENTO Analice Cardoso Serra... Siqueira ..... Maurício A..........31 COMPARAÇÃO ENTRE OS PROCESSOS DE FLOTAÇÃO POR AR DISSOLVIDO E DECANTAÇÃO ACELERADA OBJETIVANDO A REMOÇÃO DE FÓSFORO DE EFLUENTES DE LAGOA DE ESTABILIZAÇÃO Aline Akabochi Fabreti........... Lima....... Augusto C...PARÁ ............. Gilmar W..................... Márcio Antônio Ferreira.....31 CONTAMINAÇÃO POR MERCÚRIO METÁLICO NA AMAZÔNIA .............................................. Pereira...Session PM2A Chairs Protasio Ferreira e Castro Analice Cardoso Serra MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO PREDICT THE POTENTIAL GENERATION OF BIOGAS AND STUDY OF ECONOMICAL VIABILITY TO IMPLEMENT A LANDFILL IN THE CITY OF VOLTA REDONDA Marcelo Aledi Felsemburgh.. João da Rocha Medrado Neto........ Achek.............. Pereira......... Antonio S................. Fabio Cesar da Silva ..... Claudete Barbosa da Silva..........31 ESTUDO QUÍMICO DO IMPACTO AMBIENTAL PROVOCADO POR DESPEJOS INDUSTRIAIS NO RIO MURUCUPI .................... Dimitri Corrêa e Ribeiro da Silva ...... Monika Schlegel. Osvaldo Beltrame Filho...

........ Pereira... Ottoni.... Büchler . Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado......... Ronei Marcos de Moraes .....33 UTILIZAÇÃO DE CARTAS DE CONTROLE DE SHEWHART NO ACOMPANHAMENTO EPIDEMIOLÓGICO DO DENGUE Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza.34 Session PM3B Chairs Leandro C.......... Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza.......33 ANÁLISE ESPACIAL DA CRIMINALIDADE SOB O PRISMA HOSPITALAR NA CIDADE DE JOÃO PESSOA NO PERÍODO DE 2002 A 2004 Milane Caroline de Oliveira Valdek.......... Cristiane M....... Luiz H.................... F.................. Jo Dweck..... O..... Mônica M.................................................... Mário Arthur de Souza Fontes............. Teixeira... 1822) Rosane B..................................... Tarciana Liberal Pereira... Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha........... VETORES ALADOS E INCIDÊNCIA DO DENGUE Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado....................................35 SISTEMA DE APOIO A GESTÃO AMBIENTAL Cícero R.........34 MANEJO DE N FERTILIZANTES PARA A CANA-DE-AÇÚCAR COM COLHEITA CRUA....... Ronei M........................................ Silva MODEL OF SIMPLE ONE-DIMENSIONAL AND ONE-PHASE FLOW EQUATIONS FOR RESERVOIRS Diomar Cesar Lobão............................. Marco Antonio Utrera Martines .......................... Constante de Moraes...................................... Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra........... Mônica Maria Ferreira Teles............................. Magda Aparecida Salgueiro Duro ..... Cavati..33 IDENTIFICAÇÃO DE CONGLOMERADOS ESPACIAIS DO DENGUE Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza...................... Trivelin ....34 EFFECTS OF CU AND ZN ON SURVIVAL OF THE MARINE GASTROPOD NASSARIUS VIBEX (SAY.................. de Moraes.... BRAZIL ................. Paulo C......... Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza..................35 Session PM3C Chairs Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro PERFIL DO MEIO DE TRANSPORTE UTILIZADO POR ALUNOS EM SUA LOCOMOÇÃO DIÁRIA PARA UMA UNIVERSIDADE Raquel Cymrot..................................... Elaine D.... Tarciana L. Ronei Marcos de Moraes.... A.............19..... Danielly Cristina de Souza Costa... Laercio Caetano...........34 THE GREEN CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS APPLIED ON SOIL AND WATER TRACE ELEMENTS ANALYSIS: THE PRECONCENTRATION SYSTEMS Gustavo Rocha de Castro... NO CONTEXTO ECOLÓGICO......... Izabel C..32 ANÁLISE ESPACIAL DOS ÓBITOS POR CAUSAS EXTERNAS DA CIDADE DE JOÃO PESSOA NO PERÍODO DE 2002 A 2004 Patrícia Silva Nascimento............35 FERRAMENTA DE SUPORTE A ORGANIZAÇÃO FACETADA PARA SISTEMAS WEB Douglas Mauricio M. POR UM MODELO DE SIMULAÇÃO Fábio C........................... Santos........................ de Souza............. Fernando Batalha .33 EVOLUÇÃO DOS CASOS DE VIOLÊNCIA NA CIDADE DE JOÃO PESSOA NO PERÍODO DE 2002 A 2005 Daniel Matos de Carvalho....... Pedro M............ Mônica Maria Ferreira Teles..................................... 2006....... Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra.33 ANÁLISE DA INCIDÊNCIA DO DENGUE NAS REGIÕES BIOCLIMÁTICAS DA PARAÍBA NO PERÍODO DE 1998 À 2004 Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra............... Ronei Marcos de Moraes .. Ronei Marcos de Moraes .......... Bergamasco........... Ferreira Teles.....34 ENERGY RECOVERY FROM SLUDGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN SMALL COMMUNITY Leandro C........... Pedro de Magalhães Padilha........... Godoy...... Sofia Mara Sousa........... Cruz....... Alessandra F.......... de Souza. Izabel Cristina A.. Ronei Marcos de Moraes .......................... Barreto....... Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado.. André P.R............................................ de Morais Fábio C....... Loureiro.35 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 14 July 16 ....... Rodrigues........... Ticiane M.......................... Elysio Mira Oliveira ...Session PM3A Chairs Liliane dos Santos Machado Ronei Marcos de Moraes EXPLORANDO MODELOS ESTATÍSTICOS DE RELAÇÕES ENTRE VARIÁVEIS CLIMÁTICAS.......................... Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza... de Morais... Ronei Marcos de Moraes .................. Silva. Emerson P......................................... Liliane dos Santos Machado...

....... Gisele Castro Fontanella Pileggi.. Marcel Mendes ............ Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro......... BRAZIL ........ Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro........ Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha ......... Kauê Fakri............. Rita Moura Fortes... Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha. Cecília Fortes Merighi ..36 TRANSPORTE E SAÚDE HUMANA Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro................................ 2006....36 IMPACTOS DAS POLÍTICAS DE TRANSPORTE NA QUALIDADE DE VIDA E SAÚDE HUMANA Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro.36 ÁGUA PARA FUTURAS GERAÇÕES: A ESCOLA ENSINA Maria do Carmo Bueno de Castro Setti..... João Virgílio Merighi. Santos............ANÁLISE E EXPLICITAÇÃO DOS MEIOS DE TRATAMENTO E DESTINAÇÃO FINAL DE RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha..................... André Scurato ......................................................................................................37 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 15 July 16 ............................... Ana Lucia Tucci Rizzo.. Magda Aparecida Salgueiro Duro.............19...... Ivanise Gaubeur.............. João Virgílo Merighi.....37 APLICAÇÃO DA TÉCNICA DE REAMOSTRAGEM BOOTSTRAP NA ESTIMAÇÃO DA PROBABILIDADE DOS ALUNOS SEREM USUÁRIOS DE TRANSPORTE PÚBLICO Raquel Cymrot....................36 UMA ANÁLISE DAS FORMAS DE PROTEÇÃO DO SOLO CONTRA A EROSÃO Gilberto Teixeira da Silva............................................

... Santos... Christiano Magini..... 2006................ Suzanne Roy ... Camargo....................... Leo Eduardo Ferreira.............. F... BRAZIL .................... Elâine A.. Miguel da Fonseca Amaral Ribeiro ............. Fernanda Voietta Pinna............................... Silva.......................... Ana Carolina Corberi Famá Ayoub e Silva........... 10:00 am – 10:30 am Coffee Break 10:30 am -Noon TECHNICAL SESSIONS Session ET1A Chairs Christiano Magini Silneiton Favero-Silva SOME SEDIMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF AN URBAN BEACH AFFECTED BY MARINE EROSION AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR RECOVERY PROJECTS Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa.................. Martins. Sônia M..................... IN................... RESIDUE TREATMENT IN THE RESIDUE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM OF AN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Hélio A..... Armellei.. F..Tuesday – July............. Beatriz Miessva Acerbi........ Allan George Lima Ferreira.......................... James Wolfer – Indiana University South Bend..................... Roberto Fioravante Carelli Fontes.................................... Fabiana Lima Silveira.................. Andrea Pimenta Ambrozevicius...... Maria A....... Juliana C...............39 CONTRIBUIÇÃO DE PILHAS ALCALINAS NA CONCENTRAÇÃO DE METAIS EM UMA COLUNA DE SOLO Vanessa M..... Schwartzman DEGRADATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS......................................... Eduardo Fagundes Carvalho............. Evelyn Loures de Godoi....... 18 8:00 am – 8:30 am REGISTRATION 8:30 am – 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION II Chair: Prof...... M...... USA....38 ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ABSORPTION BY NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES AT DIFFERENT LATITUDES Bruna Mohovic.............................37 NOW OR NEVER – WITH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Orsolya Salanki .................................C. Furusawa......................... Anselmo Augusto de Castro ........................39 DEPOSIÇÃO URBANA INADEQUADA DE RESÍDUOS DA CONSTRUÇÃO CIVIL: IMPACTOS SANITÁRIOS E AMBIENTAIS Luiz Otávio de Almeida Castro....................... Tális B........................ Santini..... Melina de Campos Cabral................................. Talía Manceira Bonfante.......................... Nilce Ortiz .................................................. J.... BRAZIL Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa.. Maira Cardoso Monje......... Gianesella.................................. SP..............................38 DIATOMITE PELLETS TO REMOVE ORGANIC DYE AND LEAD IONS FROM WASTEWATER DISCHARGE Evelyn Loures de Godoi.19...............................................................38 Session PT1A Chairs Luiz Otávio de Almeida Castro Jonas A. Robson Seriani.......... Joseph Harari – President of Regional Nucleus of NBPAS Title: ENHANCING LEFT-VENTRICULAR SHORT-AXIS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC CINELOOPS WITH A PULSE COUPLED NEURAL NETWORK Speaker: Prof.......................................... South Bend.......38 HUMAN HEALTH AND WATER RESOURCES UNDER GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE – A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT Silneiton Favero-Silva ...... Thais Lobo dos Santos.....38 THE USE OF WATER TREATMENT PLANT – WTP RESIDUE TO REMOVE TOXIC COMPOUND FROM WATER Maira Cardoso Monje... Pires ...................39 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 16 July 16 ...................... Marlene Flues.............. Iara M................ Christiano Magini........... S.37 WATER QUALITY AT THE ESTUARY OF THE ITANHAÉM RIVER...... Lawrence Ikeda.........................39 RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS APLICADOS NA ELABORAÇÃO DE TACHAS PARA SINALIZAÇÃO VIÁRIA Protasio Ferreira e Castro..... Priscilla Romano................................... Nilce Ortiz ................ Iara Fonseca de Souza........................... Caio C............... Nakanishi....................

............ Tânia de Mattos........................................ Juliana I.. Nogueira. Cotrim................................. Alex R..............ESTUDO DE OTIMIZAÇÃO DE PROTOCOLO UTILIZANDO A TÉCNICA FOTOACÚSTICA Sergio Luiz de Oliveira............ Paulo Roxo Barja ................. Dennis A....................................40 ESTUDO DA DISPOSIÇÃO FINAL DE RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS DOMÉSTICOS E DE SERVIÇOS DE SAÚDE EM ÁREA INDIGENA NO AMAZONAS/BRASIL Luciana Pranzetti Barreira............... Mancini.... Aline Akabochi Fabreti................................... Maria Cecília Focesi Pelicioni......................................... Pasin............................... Kagohara....................... Carlos F...... Aristides Almeida Rocha .... Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires ...... BRASIL Ajibola Isau Badiru.......................... Paulo Roxo Barja................ Maria Ap.....43 AVALIAÇÃO DE ALGUNS COMPOSTOS ORGÂNICOS EM AMOSTRAS DE ÁGUA VISANDO À CARACTERIZAÇÃO DO DESCARTE DE ESTAÇÕES DE TRATAMENTO DE ÁGUAS DA BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA DO RIO RIBEIRA DE IGUAPE Elâine A......................................................... Otávio Luiz Bottecchia ........................... Roque Passos Piveli............ S.................. Akebo Yamakami .............................................. Silvana Audrá Cutolo................. Leandro Luiz Giatti.......................... Otomo.............. F................................. Marycel E........................... A......... Schwartzman...... Maria N..................... Daniel Acosta Avalos..................43 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 17 July 16 ................ Paulo Roxo Barja.........42 Noon – 1:30 pm LUNCH 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm TECHNICAL SESSIONS Session PT2A Chairs Luís Fernando Rossi Léo Luiz Alfredo Pavanin A PERCEPÇÃO DA BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA DO ALTO TIETÊ-SP INSERIDA NA REGIÃO METROPOLITANA DE SÃO PAULO..........................41 PREVISÃO DO FATOR DE PROTEÇÃO SOLAR DE FORMULAÇÕES COSMÉTICAS ...... Martins.............................. de Campos.......RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS DE SERVIÇO DE SAÚDE NA ASSISTÊNCIA DOMICILIAR(HOME-CARE): CONSIDERAÇÕES PARA UM MANEJO SEGURO Antonio de Oliveira Siqueira. Leonardo Rios....................................................... J............................ Pires ..........................40 ESTUDO FOTOACÚSTICO DAS PROPRIEDADES DE PENETRAÇÃO DE ARNICA MONTANA DE USO TÓPICO NA PELE HUMANA Rita de Cássia Perni Rossi.... Juliano Schimiguel.... B............41 UTILIZANDO SISTEMAS FUZZY PARA DIAGNÓSTICO DE CÂNCER DE ESÔFAGO Jorge Kawamura................19........................... SP Michelly Baldovinotti.... Ângelo José Consoni ........... Rosa...................40 Session PT1B Chairs Paulo Roxo Barja Juliano Schimiguel AVALIAÇÃO FOTOACÚSTICA DA FOTOPOLIMERIZAÇÃO DA RESINA ACRÍLICA Z250 (3M) PRODUZIDA COM APARELHOS DE LUZ HALÓGENA E LED Salvador Laviano Neto.................................................................................................... P........................................ 2006.............. Paulo Roxo Barja. Mônica Medeiros ..... André H........40 COMPOSTAGEM AERÓBIA DE RESTOS DE COMIDA E LIXO DE JARDIM Sandro D...................................42 EVOLUÇÃO DA QUALIDADE DA ÁGUA NO CÓRREGO DO SALTO E DE SUAS CERCANIAS Luiz Alfredo Pavanin.................................................................. Liliane A............................................................... Renata Ferraz de Toledo............................ Santos......42 ESTUDO DA FORMAÇÃO DE SUBPRODUTOS TÓXICOS NA CLORAÇÃO DE EFLUENTES DE LAGOAS FACULTATIVAS E AVALIAÇÃO DE TOXICIDADE AGUDA EM BIOENSAIOS COM DAPHNIA SIMILIS Luís Fernando Rossi Léo. Paulo Roxo Barja .. Osvaldo Beltrame F.41 ANÁLISE DE CRESCIMENTO E ATIVIDADE FOTOSSINTÉTICA DA CANINHA DO BREJO (COSTUS SPICATUS) SOB DIFERENTES CONDIÇÕES DE LUMINOSIDADE Vanessa M..... Jonas A......................42 AS VANTAGENS NA UTILIZAÇÃO DE NUTRIÇÃO PARENTERAL TOTAL MANIPULADAS X INDUSTRIALIZADAS: UM ESTUDO COMPARATIVO DE CUSTO E BENEFÍCIO NA CIDADE DE CAMPINAS.....................................41 CÉLULAS FOTOACÚSTICAS PARA MEDIDAS EM MATERIAIS BIOLÓGICOS: PROJETOS E APLICAÇÕES Rafael Furtado de Paiva.... Marques...... BRAZIL ................................................................ Brito........................

BRAZIL .......... Mercedes Puga Las Casas ...46 PRODUÇÃO DE XILANASE POR PENICILLIUM CHRYSOGENUM EM MEIO CONTENDO BIOMASSA LIGNOCELULÓSICA Lígia Aíra de Medeiros......................44 ANÁLISE DE RISCO APLICADO A INDÚSTRIA DA CONSTRUÇÃO CIVIL Pedro José da Silva....... Alexandre Las Casas............... Rita Dione Araújo Cunha .... José do Patrocínio Hora Alves .....AVALIAÇÃO DA QUALIDADE DA ÁGUA TRATADA DA REGIÃO DE SANTO ANDRÉ Maria Nogueira Marques.....70 X 0.......... Elizabeth Sonoda Keiko Dantas.......................... Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço .45 LAZER NO PARQUE JARDIM DOS NAMORADOS (SALVADOR-BAHIA) Maria Luiza Rabelo Dias Trindade.....47 ANÁLISE DOS CONSTITUINTES QUÍMICOS DE FOLHAS DE RHIZOPHORA MANGLE (RHIZOPHORACEAE) Ana Paula Marconi............ Cláudia Shizue Tanabe Barreto................. Tânia Grigoletto.. Marcatto. Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior ........................ Willian Carlos de Souza ........ Carlos Alexandre Borges Garcia............ Helenice Leite Garcia... Caio Cezar Martins Santini.................................45 REMEDIAÇÃO DE SÍTIOS CONTAMINADOS Pedro José da Silva................................47 3:00 pm 3:30 pm Coffee Break 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm TECHNICAL SESSIONS © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 18 July 16 ..... Reinaldo Esteves de Mendonça.......... Wilson Aroma... Carlos Celso do Amaral e Silva.... Conceição Aparecida Viude............ Anna Cristina Kira......... 2006.................................... José Carlos Crocomo............... Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires............44 ALTERAÇÃO NO CICLO HIDROLOGÓGICO DEVIDO AOS RESERVATÓRIOS DAS USINAS HIDRELÉTRICAS Pedro José da Silva........................................... DESLOCAMENTO E RECOLOCAÇÃO DE TAMPAS DE BUEIRO (BOCA DE LOBO) RETANGULAR................ Hélio Ricardo Silva ................ Patrícia Bezerra da Silva ...............20 X 0....................44 CORRIMÃO ERGONÔMICO PARA RAMPA DE MULTIUSUÁRIOS Geraldo José Peres............................ Bruno Rógora Kawano..07 M Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço.......................... Conceição Aparecida Viude.................. Aparecida Hatanaka....... Marcos Pinto Monteiro de Oliveira. PADRÃO PREFEITURA MUNICIPAL DE SÃO PAULO COM DIMENSÕES MÁXIMAS DE 1......19..... Andrea Matsue Sugui.... Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior .......................... Josevaldo Alves Nascimento...............43 Session PT2B Chairs Pedro José da Silva Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço FERRAMENTA PARA RETIRADA............................................................. Érika Tamanaha...............45 Session PT2C Chairs Lígia Aíra de Medeiros Ana Paula Marconi PARTICIPAÇÃO PÚBLICA NO CASO DA SHELL VILA CARIOCA: CONTRIBUIÇÃO PARA O PROJETO DE LEI EM SÃO PAULO Flávia S......................... Rudy Forti Crocomo ..... Ricardo Francisco Cabanas.............. Silvia Maria Guerra Molina .......... Cyro Bernardes Junior....45 RENATURALIZAÇÃO DOS CURSOS D’ÁGUA Pedro José da Silva..... Santos.................. Francisco Carlos da Silva..................... Marycel Elena Barboza Cotrim........... Mercedes Puga Las Casas......................... Cristina Sisti..43 ESTADO TRÓFICO DA BARRAGEM JACARECICA I – SERGIPE – BRASIL Marinoé Gonzaga da Silva.......46 UTILIZAÇÃO DE PLANTAS INFESTANTES COMO INDICADORAS DE DEGRADAÇÃO AMBIENTAL EM PASTAGENS NA ÁREA DE INFLUÊNCIA DO COMPLEXO DE URUBUPUNGÁ Sérgio Luís de Carvalho.... Josevaldo Alves Nascimento..................................................46 APROVEITAMENTO DA VINHAÇA: VIABILIDADE AMBIENTAL E ECONÔMICA Belinda de Cássia Manfredini.......................... Maria Bernadete Gonçalves Martins ...............46 ESTUDO DA VIABILIDADE DE IMPLANTAÇÃO DO SISTEMA DE GESTÃO AMBIENTAL EM SERVIÇOS DE SAÚDE Belinda de Cássia Manfredini...44 IMPACTO DA BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA NOS CURSOS DE ÁGUA Pedro José da Silva........... Hélio Marcos da Silva...........

................. Eduardo Vila Gonçalves Filho...................... Wilson Aroma........................48 ESPECIFICAÇÃO DE REQUISITOS DO SISTEMA INTELIGENTE PARA DIAGNÓSTICO... B.. Pedro José Silva................. Cristina Munhão Gonçalves ............ Vieira ...51 A MANUTENÇÃO PREDIAL INTEGRADA COM AS ESTRATÉGIAS ORGANIZACIONAIS Wilson Aroma.. TODA TEMPORADA!” A RELAÇÃO EDUCAÇÃO.......................................................................... Alexandre LasCasas ............................. Reimbold ..... Pedro José da Silva...........50 Session PT3C Chairs Wilson Aroma Manuel M....... Reimbold.................48 QUINTAIS DOMÉSTICOS: CONHECIMENTO..................... Bonamigo...........................................................19............................................49 PERSPECTIVA DA SUSTENTABILIDADE HUMANA NAS ORGANIZAÇÕES: ESTUDO DE CASO EM INSTITUIÇÃO PÚBLICA FEDERAL BRASILEIRA Sidney da Silva Aride...................... Josevaldo Alves Nascimento................. Erika Monteiro de Souza e Savi........... Fábio Cesar da Silva ... Alexandre Las Casas..........51 A CORRELAÇÃO DOS PRINCÍPIOS TEÓRICOS DA APRENDIZAGEM E O PROCESSO DE APRENDIZAGEM NAS ORGANIZAÇÕES EMPRESARIAIS Wilson Aroma.......................................... RECOMENDAÇÃO DE USO E MONITORAMENTO DE COMPOSTO DE LIXO URBANO EM AGRICULTURA Renato da S...............................................................................50 IMPORTANCE OF THE EDUCATION OF STATISTICS IN ENGINEERING Mercedes Puga Las Casas... Emmanuel Paiva de Andrade ........................................... Adriana Delfino dos Santos... TRADIÇÃO E UTILIDADES NO MUNICÍPIO DE PIRACICABA (SP) Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento......... Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior................................... Osvaldo Luiz Golçalves Quelhas....... Wilson Aroma.................... P............ P...........50 RESPONSABILIDADE SOCIAL: RELEVÂNCIA DA DIMENSÃO SOCIAL NA ENGENHARIA Conceição Aparecida Viude........ 2006.......................................................................49 GESTÃO DE PESSOAS: PERSPECTIVA DA SUSTENTABILIDADE HUMANA Sidney da Silva Aride........ Wilson Aroma...... Miguel Normanha Arantes Filho .............................. Vieira................ Pedro José da Silva...........51 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 19 July 16 .................................................47 A FOTOGRAFIA COMO MÍDIA: UMA CONTRIBUIÇÃO AOS ESTUDOS DA FOTOGRAFIA EM COMUNICAÇÃO SOCIAL Ivany Sevarolli ... BRAZIL ....................... Adriana Camejo da Silva....................... Manuel M.. P........... Silvia Maria Guerra Molina......47 A MELHOR MÍDIA PARA INFORMAR IDOSOS SOBRE SAÚDE E QUALIDADE DE VIDA Devani Salomão de Moura Reis ..........................................49 REISENSERÇÃO DO TRABALHADOR IDOSO NO MERCADO DE TRABALHO: CLUSTER É UMA ALTERNATIVA? Flávio Henrique dos Santos Foguel.. P................51 MACRODRENAGEM EM ÁREAS AFETADAS PELA URBANIZAÇÃO Pedro José da Silva...... Conceição Aparecida Viúde....................... Maria Elisa de Paula Eduardo Garavello.. Paula K..................................................... Reimbold STUDY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ELECTRO-MECHANICALACTUATOR TO A MEDICAL CONSULTATION BED Manuel M............. de Deus. Francisco Carlos da Silva................ Moacir Eckhart....................... Pedro José da Silva....48 Session PT3B Chairs Flávio Henrique dos Santos Foguel Sidney da Silva Aride ENGENHARIA E DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTÁVEL Antonio Francisco Savi............ Mercedes Puga Las Casas.................................... Márcia Regina da Silva......................................... Conceição Aparecida Viude.......................Session PT3A Chairs Flávio Mário de Alcântara Calazans Ivany Sevarolli NEUROMARKETING OF COMICS Flávio Mario de Alcântara Calazans ...................................................................................48 “BÚZIOS..... P. Marta Fanchin...............48 A JORNADA ETERNA DO SER HUMANO EM BUSCA DA BELEZA Evelyn Regina de Souza Santos................. Paula K.. Elenita C....... Osvaldo Luiz Golçalves Quelhas............................. Flávio Henrique dos Santos Foguel................ TURISMO E VALORIZAÇÃO DA CULTURA – ESTUDO DE CASO DO TECTUR/CEJOB Sandra Regina dos Anjos Oliveira.... Santos...........50 REVISION OF MACRO AND MICRO TECHNOLOGIES USED TO SENSOR THE AIR HUMIDITY Fabiano Salvadori............................49 O BALANÇO SOCIAL COMO INSTRUMENTO ESTRATÉGICO DE COMUNICAÇÃO EMPRESARIAL.................

. Thiago Müller da Silva....... de Santana DISTRIBUIÇÃO GEOESPACIAL DOS ÓBITOS POR NEOPLASIA MALIGNA NO MUNICÍPIO DE JACAREÍ – S..51 NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE STORM SURGE EFFECT ON 26 APRIL 2005 IN SANTOS COASTAL REGION (SP..... Michael R......................... Silva Maria Sartor ...... Philippe Michelon ........52 ENVIRONMENTAL ACOUSTIC PARAMETERS IN COURSE OF GENERAL PHYSICS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH Vladimir G.. Santos... José Wellington de Oliveira Lima.. Melany M................ Zakharov.............. Frederico Ostritz. Ancona.... Flávia M........................ Fernanda M........................53 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 20 July 16 . Sônia M... Luiz Bruner de Miranda. Nelson Maculan. Marcos A.............................................................. Fernandez.......... Ciampi – President of NBPAS Title: O USO DE FERRAMENTA COMPUTACIONAL PARA O CÁLCULO DE REMANSOS EM INTERCEPTORES DE ESGOTO NO ENSINO DE ENGENHARIA (in Portuguese) Speaker: Prof.......................53 MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO PREDICT THE POTENTIAL GENERATION OF BIOGAS AND STUDY OF ECONOMICAL VIABILITY TO IMPLEMENT A LANDFILL IN THE CITY OF VOLTA REDONDA Marcelo Aledi Felsemburgh.....BRAZIL Marcos José Negreiros Gomes.... Emilia Ângela Loschiavo Arisawa .... S.... Carlos Augusto de Sampaio França........................................................................ – 2000-2004 Denise Emilia Moreira Jacobucci Bambace. APPLICATION RESULTS TO FORTALEZA AND SOBRAL/CE ........... Daniela de O........P.... Irina A....53 Session PW1A Chairs Thiago de Oliveira Pinheiro Ádamo L...... BRAZIL) Joseph Harari.. P.........................Wednesday – July...... Cintia M........... Airton Fontenele Sampaio Xavier..... Fernandez RESEARCH PROJECT CIRSAN: ANALYSIS OF THE SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF THE CIRCULATION IN THE ESTUARY OF SANTOS (SP) Joseph Harari....19............. Adilson Elias Xavier.......... Folha.52 A COMPUTATIONAL FRAMEWORK HELPS PREVENTION AND COMBAT OF THE DENGUE DISEASE......................52 TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF IMPOSEX DEVELOPMENT IN STRAMONITA HAEMASTOMA IN GUANABARA BAY AT A FIXED SAMPLING STATION: RESULTS FROM 1998-2006............. Pinheiro........... F...... BRAZIL . Abessa................. dos Santos..... Vanessa Melo Silva ........ da Silva................................................... André Ribeiro de Rezende. Sabrina C.............. Carlos Augusto de Sampaio França....................................................... Denis M.... Avenarius . 19 8:00 am – 8:30 am REGISTRATION 8:30 am – 10:00 am PLENARY SESSION III Chair: Prof............................52 MONTHLY VARIATIONS OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OBSERVED IN SANTOS BAY AND SANTOS ESTUARINE CHANNEL Fernando Pinheiro Andutta...... Áurea Maria Ciotti. Gianesella........... Saldanha-Corrêa.............................. 2006....... Alexandre Botari – University of São Paulo 10:00 am – 10:30 am Coffee Break 10:30 am -Noon TECHNICAL SESSIONS Session EW1A Chairs Joseph Harari Marcos A...................... M..

...................56 ADAPTAÇÃO DE COMUTAÇÃO DE UM CANAL DE ÁUDIO EM FONES PARA USO NA CENTRAL DE ATENDIMENTO TELEFÔNICO DE UMA CONCESSIONÁRIA DE ENERGIA ELÉTRICA Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço...........56 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 21 July 16 ..... Luciana de Figueiredo Lopes Lucena...54 Session PW1B Chairs Ligia Cristina Gonçalves de Siqueira Adriana de Jesus Reis AVALIAÇÃO DO IMPACTO DAS EMISSÕES DE METAIS NO COPROCESSAMENTO DE RESÍDUOS EM FÁBRICAS DE CIMENTO Ligia Cristina Gonçalves......54 OBSERVATÓRIO DE SAÚDE DA AMAZÔNIA ........ Crislene Rodrigues da Silva Morais....... Paulo Artaxo ................ Filho........................53 PLANO AMOSTRAL PARA A INVESTIGAÇÃO DA DIETA E ESTADO NUTRICIONAL DE MÃES DE CRIANÇAS PRÉ-ESCOLARES Júlio César Pereira................. Silva......... Santos........................... Patrícia Colombo Compri......... Paulo de Tarso ......................... Hernani Luiz Brinati............................................................. Moacyr Machado Cardoso Junior...................... de Siqueira......... Ana Cristina Taigy .... Silvério C............... Thadeu Alfredo F.........................55 CONTAMINAÇÃO AMBIENTAL: ULTRADILUIÇÕES COMO MODULADOR DE ASPECTOS DA CONTAMINAÇÃO POR MERCÚRIO NO SISTEMA IMUNE Liane A.. Gelmires de Araújo Neves..............................................55 UM NOVO MODELO DE GESTÃO DE RESÍDUOS MUNICIPAIS: INDUSTRIALIZAÇÃO SUSTENTADA DO LIXO EM REGIME DE PARCERIA PÚBLICO-PRIVADA Sabetai Calderoni................ João Vicente de Assunção .................................... João Jorge Souza dos Santos................... Eva Rovere Stawkowski.. João C...... S....................SISTEMA DE SUPORTE À DECISÃO PARA OS GESTORES DE SAÚDE PÚBLICA DA AMAZÔNIA Ádamo L................. Silvia Maria Guerra Molina...............................................55 VIABILIZAÇÃO DA INCORPORAÇÃO DE RESÍDUO DE CAULIM EM ARGAMASSA DE ALVENARIA Gelmires de Araújo Neves........ Maria do Socorro Márcia Lopes Souto................................. Farize Murad Falcão Ferreira................ Homero Ferreira.. Maria Helena Lopes Amigo.................2005 Evelyn Arrais Guzman................ Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento..55 ESTUDO COMPARATIVO DO MATERIAL PARTICULADO DA ATMOSFERA DAS CIDADES DE SOROCABA E SÃO PAULO Maria Lúcia Pereira Antunes............................................................... W.................. Lisiane Navarro de Lima Santana. Manoel Souza Filho.........54 TRANSIÇÃO NUTRICIONAL DE CRIANÇAS FREQÜENTADORAS DE CRECHE SITUADA NA PERIFERIA DA ZONA SUL DO MUNICÍPIO DE SÃO PAULO ...QUALIDADE DE VIDA E A PREVALÊNCIA DE FATORES DE RISCO PARA DOENÇAS CRÔNICAS NO CENTRO TÉCNICO AEROESPACIAL – CTA EM SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS Nelson Magalhães Karan.......19..........................................55 PROPULSÃO DIESEL-ELÉTRICA UMA FERRAMENTA PARA REDUÇÃO DE GASES LANÇADOS À ATMOSFERA ORIUNDOS DE EMBARCAÇÕES MARÍTIMAS Newton Narciso Pereira............................ Silvia Santamaria da Fonseca ........... A.................... Costa... Áurea Eleutério Pascalicchio .... de Santana.............. Helio de Lucena Lira .......... Adriana de Jesus Reis...56 Noon – 1:30 pm LUNCH 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm TECHNICAL SESSIONS Session PW2A Chairs Ajibola Isau Badiru Giancarlo Takao Nakajima KAOLIN AND GRANITE RESIDUE RECYCLING FOR LOW COST PRODUCTION OF CERAMIC BLOCKS AND ROOF TILES Rosana Ramos Almeida................................SÃO PAULO – BRASIL ................ Djane de Fátima Oliveira....................54 EXPOSIÇÃO À SÍLICA NA INDÚSTRIA DA CONSTRUÇÃO DA PARAÍBA: ESTUDOS PRELIMINARES REALIZADOS PELO COMITÊ DA PARAÍBA (CESIC-PB) Thiago de Oliveira Pinheiro.................... Beringhs-Bueno....... 2006......... Sônia Maria de Stefano Piedade....... Maria Bernadete Fernandes Vieira de Melo............................... Carlos Renato L............................... Francês.......................... BRAZIL ..

....... Fernandes ............ Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto....................... Carrió ................................ Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira........ Fernanda Oliveira Simon .............. Juan Alfredo G.................. Onaldo Jose Nunes Filho................. Otto Meilli........... Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz........................... Proença Fábio Cesar da Silva DISCREPANCY BETWEEN DISCOURSES AND PRACTICES ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS INTERNALIZATION INTO MEDIUM AND BIG RANGE INDUSTRIES LOCATED ON PARAÍBA .57 ANÁLISE DO IMPACTO AMBIENTAL NA OPERAÇÃO DE EMBARCAÇÕES E CAMINHÕES NA ÁREA DE INFLUÊNCIA DA HIDROVIA TIETÊ-PARANÁ NO TRANSPORTE DE ÁLCOOL DESTINADO A EXPORTAÇÃO Newton Narciso Pereira...................... BRAZIL .. Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz.............................60 Session PW2C Chairs Marcos B. Silvia Maria Guerra Molina ............................... Roosevelt S.... Daniel Neves da Silva Ferreira... Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira...60 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 22 July 16 ........58 USO RACIONAL DA ÁGUA ....................................ESTUDOS DE EQUILÍBRIO DE ADSORÇÃO DE ÍONS Cd2+ EM ZEÓLITAS DE CINZAS DE CARVÃO Denise Alves Fungaro............GO........60 PETROBRÁS PODIUM Gabriela Kluppe........................ Jomar Barros Filho.... Fernandes Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto AVALIAÇÃO DO PERFIL DE CIDADANIA AMBIENTAL DE ESTUDANTES DO ENSINO MÉDIO-TÉCNICO DO CEFET-RJ Regina Viegas................................................. Ricardo Moreira da Silva.......................... Renata Maria Martins .58 Session PW2B Chairs Roosevelt S.............................. Leonardo C....... SP Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento........ UTILIZANDO A TECNOLOGIA DE GEOPROCESSAMENTO Marina Alberti Macedo...........57 A AVALIAÇÃO DAS MODIFICAÇÕES DO MEIO FÍSICO NATURAL E SUA COMPLEXIDADE SOBRE A DIMINUIÇÃO DE ESPAÇO ADEQUADO À CAPTAÇÃO DE ÁGUA NO MUNICÍPIO DE REGISTRO-SP... José Martins dos Santos...59 PROGRAMAS EDUCATIVOS DE SEPARAÇÃO DE LIXO A PARTIR DE ESCOLAS PAULISTAS João Luiz Pegoraro. Fernandes ...... Cristiana Ribeiro Argenta.......58 O CONHECIMENTO DE FAMÍLIAS DE CRIANÇAS MENORES DE 5 ANOS ACERCA DAS ESTRATÉGIAS DE TRATAMENTO DAS IRAS Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira.............58 BONEZINHO VERMELHO: UM SOFTWARE MULTIMÍDIA PROMOVENDO A EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto........ Leila Figueiredo de Miranda.....................19...57 IDENTIFICAÇÃO DE ÁREAS CLANDESTINAS DE DISPOSIÇÃO FINAL DOS RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS URBANOS E DA CONSTRUÇÃO CIVIL E DEMOLIÇÃO NA CIDADE DE ANÁPOLIS ..... Fábio Cesar da Silva.................. Valéria Lerch Lunardi................................AVALIAÇÃO COMPARATIVA DA PERCEPÇÃO DE PROFESSORES DE PORTUGAL E DO BRASIL Maria Conceição Monteiro Silva..... Giovana Calcagno Gomes..... Ariosvaldo Ferreira Luz... Aguinaldo Janot Mendes Filho.... Sandro Celso de Oliveira .. Juliano Murilo Côco.............. Zanon............................59 O PAPEL DO SOFTWARE BONEZINHO VERMELHO NA DESMITIFICAÇÃO DO PRECONCEITO Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto...NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL Claudio Ruy Portela de Vasconcelos... Roosevelt S..................................... 2006. Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa........56 AVALIAÇÃO DE UNIDADES DE RECICLAGEM E COMPOSTAGEM DE RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS URBANOS DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO Giancarlo Takao Nakajima........................................ José Martins dos Santos..... BRASIL Ajibola Isau Badiru..................... Juliana De Carvalho Izidoro ............ Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz........................... Marcel Mendes... Lemuel Dourado Guerra. Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto. Hernani Luiz Brinati....................... Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira ...................... José Martins dos Santos................................... Luciana Aulicino......................................... Rogério Eduardo Guedes.................59 A EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL UMA PRÁXIS INTERDISCIPLINAR INDISPENSÁVEL NA CONSTRUÇÃO DA CIDADANIA Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa............................. Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires .59 O PAPEL DA UNIVERSIDADE NA EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL Terezinha Jocelen Masson................................ Santos..........57 ADAPTABILIDADE HUMANA ÀS ESCOLHAS ALIMENTARES EM POPULAÇÕES RURAIS E URBANAS DE PIRACICABA....................................................... Roberto Gonçalves Freire........ Jairo Bezerra Silvai....................................... Juliano Murilo Côco.....

....62 ANÁLISE DA REFLECTÂNCIA ESPECTRAL DA ÁGUA NA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL DE SANTOS Melissa Carvalho....... ATRAVÉS DAS METODOLOGIAS MCT E INDERBITZEN MODIFICADO Ismael Medeiros......................... Hosogi. Oliveira............... João C..... Machado.....Filho. Nelson O..... P.........C... Cícero B................ Marta Stephan ................ Gilberto Nascimento.......19.......M.. Flavia M......... Luiz C. Erika N.......... Silveira..63 © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 23 July 16 . Elisabete Santis Braga da Graça Saraiva... Bruna da Silva Oliveira.....P.................. Proença.... Santos...63 DISTRIBUIÇÃO DO MATERIAL EM SUSPENSÃO NOS CANAIS DE SANTOS E SÃO VICENTE...... Kátia R................M..... F..........M................. Georgh H....61 3:00 pm 3:30 pm Coffee Break 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm TECHNICAL SESSIONS Session PW3A Chairs Gilmar Wanzeller Siqueira Flavia M........... Rafael A. Gil Ferraro ........ Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella..........62 AVALIAÇÃO E ANÁLISE DO RISCO AMBIENTAL BASEADO NA DETERMINAÇÃO DE AL. Vezzaro............. O.......... CU E CR NOS SEDIMENTOS DE FUNDO DO ESTUÁRIO DE SANTOS-SP Gilmar Wanzeller Siqueira........... Moser............ F................... P. Reis Higashi .62 STRUCTURE OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN THE NORTHERN AREA OF THE ESTUARY-LAGOON SYSTEM OF CANANÉIA-IGUAPE Bárbara Idino Barbosa de Castro.... Regina Davison Dias ......................... Aline Tayane Lima da Silva... Morrone...............AVALIAÇÃO DE FORMAS DE CÁDMIO........ NÍQUEL E CHUMBO DURANTE O PROCESSO DE COMPOSTAGEM Fábio Cesar da Silva.... C... Taciana Figueiredo Gomes ............. Ciotti........62 FRACIONAMENTO QUÍMICO DO FÓSFORO EM SEDIMENTOS DE FUNDO DA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL DO AMAZONAS – NORTE DO BRASIL Gilmar Wanzeller Siqueira...... Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella. Andrés E... Flávia M.. Gleyci A.............. Breno Mendes Quintanilha Sierra............................... ZN...61 ENERGIA EÓLICA E HIDRÁULICA COMO FONTES DE ENERGIA LIMPA NA REGIÃO DA MATA ATLÂNTICA Marcos B.. José Juan Barrera-Alba... Borsa.................. José Carlos Chitolina.. Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella... Ismael Medeiros....... Saldanha-Corrêa......................... BRAZIL ..............61 GEOQUÍMICA AMBIENTAL NOS ECOSSISTEMAS DE RESTINGA E MANGUE NA REGIÃO DE BARRA SECA – UBATUBA/SP Vanessa Flores..........F...................Romeyer...... Tominaga..61 VARIABILITY OF SESTON NATURE IN SANTOS ESTUARY AND BAY: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS Cintia Maria Ancona......... Fernanda P..... Lucimara A........................ PB......................... Júnior........... S.... Saldanha-Corrêa.......................... Ricci........... Flávia Marisa Saldanha-Corrêa. Rafael Augusto dos Reis Higashi.. Patricia S........................ Sônia M. Ferrari ......... Simone R........ Gianesella........ Flávia Marisa Prado Saldanha-Corrêa......... Santos ..................................63 TESTES PARA REAPROVEITAMENTO DA CINZA PESADA EM PAVIMENTAÇÃO E NA CONFECÇÃO DE BLOCOS PARA ALVENARIA..................................S.. Saldanha-Corrêa IS THE NORTHERN AREA OF CANANÉIA-IGUAPE ESTUARINE SYSTEM BEING DRIVEN TO EUTROPHIC CONDITIONS? José Juan Barrera-Alba..... P... Saldanha-Corrêa................. Gianesella..................... Simone de Fátima Pinheiro Pereira . Fernanda Pardini Ricci .... Carlos E.. Marta Stephan ...... Morrone. Simone R..... ..... Fraiz-Toma ............ Luciana Soares...63 Session PW3B Chairs Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno Elcio Schuhmacher CONSIDERAÇÕES SOBRE OS PROCESSOS EROSIVOS NO MUNICÍPIO DE TUBARÃO.. F...... Proença........ Adelaide Nardocci ........ 2006................ Adriano Vecchiatti Lupinacci....60 ESTIMATIVA DO RISCO ADICIONAL DE CASOS DE CÂNCER EM POPULAÇÃO VIZINHA A INDÚSTRIA COM EMISSÃO ATMOSFÉRICA DE CROMO 6+ Eduardo Antonio Licco.... José C.61 OBTENÇÃO DE BIOCOMBUSTÍVEL A PARTIR DO ÓLEO DA CASCA DA CASTANHA DE CAJU Marcos B...... Andrés Emiliano Fraiz Toma...... N............ Simone de Fátima Pinheiro Pereira...

.......66 MAPEAMENTO DE MANGUEZAL EM CANANÉIA.. Marcos I....ESTUDO SOBRE A VIABILIDADE TÉCNICA DA REUTILIZAÇÃO DO POLICARBONATO UTILIZADO EM DISCOS COMPACTOS (CDS) Elcio Schuhmacher.... Flynn . Santos............................ Wagner Batista dos Santos .............. Laerte Bernardes Arruda.......................66 MARISMA FLUXO ENERGÉTICO E PIRÂMIDE DE BIOMASSA Thais Esposito................................................... Simão Fernandes.........66 5:00 pm – 5:30 am CLOSING SESSION Chair: Prof................................. Claudio da Rocha Brito – General Chair of EHWC’2006 Prof.65 REFLORESTAMENTO E SEUS EFEITOS EM CORPOS DE ÁGUA: HORTO FLORESTAL DE BURITI/MG Luiz Alfredo Pavanin..... Maurea N.........................64 ESTUDO DO SISTEMA DE TANQUE SÉPTICO DA CIDADE DE ARAGUARI-MG Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno................. Cassiano.... Flynn.......... Elaine Leite.. 2006...65 FLUXO DE ENERGIA EM MARISMA NA REGIÃO DE CANANEIA Sandro Celso Soares de Oliveira......... Maurea N.............. João Fernando Dias..... Melany M..... Romério dos Santos........ Natasha Czar Rugno................................... Maurea Nicoletti Flynn .. Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno .......................64 PLANO DE GERENCIAMENTO DE RESÍDUOS DE SERVIÇO DE SAÚDE DO POSTO DE SAÚDE DE TAPUIRAMA – UBERLÂNDIA-MG Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno................... Ana Luiza Campos Maragno.....BRASIL Thales de A................................................... e Souza............... Ciampi – Technical Program Chair of EHWC’2006 Prof................ © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 24 July 16 ....................66 PARTICIPAÇÃO DA UNISANTA NO PROJETO ECOMANAGE .65 E-LIXO : OS FATORES QUE JUSTIFICAM A IMPORTÂNCIA DA RECICLAGEM DO LIXO ELETRÔNICO Sergio Antonio Sperandio............ Laerte Bernardes Arruda................... Daniel Tizo Costa.. Fabrico Garcia......64 IMPACTOS DAS DEPOSIÇÕES CLANDESTINAS DE RESÍDUOS DE CONSTRUÇÃO E DEMOLIÇÃO EM BAIRROS PERIFÉRICOS NA CIDADE DE UBERLÂNDIA-MG Greiceana Marques Dias de Morais....... Flynn Gilberto Berzin PROCESSOS HIDRODINÂMICOS E SEDIMENTARES AVALIADOS NA REGIÃO DE SÃO SEBASTIÃO – SP Erika Naomi Tominaga...SISTEMA INTEGRADO DE GERENCIAMENTO ECOLÓGICO DE ZONAS COSTEIRAS Gilberto Berzin................... Douglas B.... Alexandra Franciscatto P................................... Souza.... Oliveira............. Gabriel Clemente............... Juliana Martuscelli.............. Felippe Moura................. Daniela Queiroz Damasceno .. The tickets are available at the reception desk............ Anselmo Zonta... Patrícia Machado........ Emerson Luis de Santa Helena ...................... Joseph Harari – Vice Chair of EHWC’2006 8:00 pm – 11 pm THE BANQUET At the end of the Congress it is traditional a “Farwell Banquet” in one of the beautiful locations in town where we can enjoy a little bit more of the nice food and others company.......... Fabio Giordano ........ BRAZIL ... Denis Donaire .............. Jussara Santos Neto.........64 DETERMINAÇÃO DA EQUAÇÃO DE CHUVAS DE UBERLÂNDIA-MG Eliane Aparecida Justino.. Kleber Lúcio Borges ............ Laerte Bernardes Arruda ........ Douglas Rossini...64 Session PW3C Chairs Maurea N............ B.................................. Sampaio............ Heidy Pitteri............19..... SÃO PAULO .. Carolina S. André Godoi..... Maurea Flynn ...........65 CARACTERIZAÇÃO MORFOFISIOLÓGICA DO MANGUEZAL DE CANANÉIA – SP Carine Sérgio.................

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overpopulation and other environmental problems of our times. Jeffrey Soble Observing the motion of endocardial borders in echocardiographic cineloops is an important component for both the qualitative and quantitative analysis of regional left ventricular function. Previous work has demonstrated the viability of pulse coupled neural networks for enhancing echocardiograms acquired using an acoustical contrast agent. Melany M. James Roberg Classifying roads in remotely sensed imagery has been addressed by a number of research efforts. It is another enterprise of these two organizations of quality and success. Santos. Claudio da Rocha Brito. also the critical and normal highs and velocities in all arrived and lefts tubes in the visit pit is presented by the data results of the computational software. Luiz Di Bernardo. Detecting these features is important for a variety of endeavors such as agricultural assessment and urban planning. ozone depletion. O USO DE FERRAMENTA COMPUTACIONAL PARA O CÁLCULO DE REMANSOS EM INTERCEPTORES DE ESGOTO NO ENSINO DE ENGENHARIA Alexandre Botari. The water-surface profiles was determinate in the main interceptor and in the free tube.Brazilian Nucleus of Environmental Researches and Health e o COPEC – Council of Researches in Education and Sciences. Joseph Harari This paper aims to show the development of a huge effort of a group of scientists and researchers of several areas on order to accomplish the mission of development and dissemination of science and technology viewing the betterment future generations of a Nation. ENHANCING LEFT-VENTRICULAR SHORT-AXIS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC CINELOOPS WITH A PULSE COUPLED NEURAL NETWORK James Wolfer.Plenary Sessions ENVIRONMENTAL AND HEALTH WORLD CONGRESS: HISTORY AND CHALLENGES Claudio da Rocha Brito. Ulamen Osaigbovo There is no doubt that the environmental health risks facing humans in todays global village is more severe than decades ago. frame-byframe. Melany M. James Roberg. Session EM2A ROAD IDENTIFICATION IN LANDSAT THEMATIC MAPPER IMAGERY USING PULSE-COUPLED NEURAL NETWORKS: AN INITIAL ASSESSMENT James Wolfer. BRAZIL . Ciampi. In fact no nation-developed or underdeveloped. In this study we investigate using pulse coupled neural networks as a visualization tool.19. BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY FOR TERTIARY INSTITUTION: A CALL FOR WORLDWIDE ADOPTION Isoken Tito Aighewi. the endocardial border in left-ventricular short-axis cineloops. using the computer to enhance endocardial border pixels is an important first step both for annotating and eventual computer analysis of echocardiograms. 2006. has complete immunity against the challenges and consequences associated with climate change/global warming. Ciampi This paper presents as proposition a Computational Tool for Engineering Education. loss of biodiversity. The Computational software was developed to calculate water-surface profiles by the circular geometric equations of the circular section in the visit pit. It is the organization of a partnership between NBPAS .Environmental and Health World Congress. Because solution to these and other problems rest in part on our understanding of © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 27 July 16 . highlighting. Eudes José Arantes. This study investigates the viability of using a pulse-coupled neural network to recognize roads in Landsat-4 Thematic Mapper multispectral imagery. Consequently. It is the challenging history of EHWC'2006 .

In each point 200 measurements per second were taken for three components of B vector within a three minute time interval. tax system reform. since the late XIX Century. their environmental concerns and the social and economics perspectives of the cooperative entrepreneurs. Andrey B. and redefinition of crime. these problems and conflicts will intensify and there will inevitably be a social and/or environmental collapse in a global scale with a resulting world war. on the other – become more frequent. human rights. as well as contributions from illicit rain water connections from refurbished buildings. The data processing was carried out by a SPbFIZMIRAN program. and buildings and private yards. The objectives were to evaluate the level of commitment of the population which is participating in the project of selective domestic waste collection and of the solid waste pickers (‘Environmental Agents’). Anton M. Epidemiological monitoring indicates to a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases as well as to that of congenital diseases of trolleybus and tram drivers’ children. leakages from drainage pipes into the sewers – both from public areas. Brazil. Zaitsevv. Irina A. Trofimenko The electromagnetic pollution of urban environment is considered. HUMAN POPULATION AND RATIONAL SOCIETY Yuji Ishiguro Humanity is facing diverse problems that threaten the continuity of the world civilization. Humanity needs to recognize that the Earth is finite in space. CHARACTERISTICS OF LOW-FREQUENCY MAGNETIC FIELD IN DRIVER’S CABIN AND IN PASSENGER COMPARTMENT OF A TROLLEYBUS Yuri A. If the current trends continue.vector in Moscow public trolleybus with a magnetometric system MVS-3 designed in SPb FIZMIRAN capable to perform a registration of MF profile with respect to time and frequency. Natalya G. sewer and treatment plant dimensions have been chosen such as to support only sanitary sewage flows – also called ‘dry weather’ flows. As the two types of hydraulic networks. Michael Bruce Beck. This work demonstrates to the Brazilian scientific community. The most fundamental remedial measure is the limitation of fertility and an eventual reduction of the world population. individual freedom and responsibility. THE COOPERATIVE OF SELECTIVE SOLID WASTES PICKERS OF GUARATINGUETÁ: BENEFITS. BRAZIL . scientific reasoning and sensitivity needed for addressing these risks at all levels. Valery S. resources and capacities of its systems and that all ideals cannot be realized in a closed system. the social relevance of the project ‘Friends of Garbage’ of © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 28 July 16 . Ismagilov.the science behind them. Lelyukhin. The drivers of electric vehicles and passengers are subjected to irradiation by low frequency magnetic fields (MF). Students’ opinion from different disciplines and national origin along with a framework for implementation are discussed. The work summarizes results of measurements of B . ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ACHIEVEMENTS Auro Tanaka. punishment. Marcelo Portugal Ferreira Sewers in Brazil have been traditionally designed to work as separate systems. Radilov. much chaos and suffering. Avenarius. COULD FULL CONVENTIONAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT GRANT QUALITY TO BRAZILIAN URBAN RIVERS? – THE TROUBLE OF STORMWATER INCURSIONS INTO SEWERS André Luiz de Lima Reda. The fundamental cause is the size of the human population. authorities and population that rain water incursions into sewers may produce relevant increases in wastewater treatment plant inflow. built to collect wastewater and rain water (respectively. Santos. ON SUSTAINABLITY. As a consequence of such a design philosophy. It has been found that a previous programmed door to door campaign explaining to the dwelling residents. Gabriela Sá Leitão de Mello.19. Yuri V. Ptitsyna. on the one hand. multiplied by intense consumption in affluent parts of the world. Dione Aline Ribeiro dos Santos The present work deals with the analyses of field research inquiries carried out with solid waste pickers of the Cooperative ‘Friends of Garbage’(Cooperativa ‘Amigos do Lixo’) and with residential dwellers of Guaratinguetá city. jeopardizing the treatment process and the resulting quality of receiving waters. The points of measurement were taken near the MF sources. São Paulo state. Other necessary measures include modifications of economy to equitable distribution and sustainable consumption. In order to consider an impact of irradiations a comprehensive study of the field created by electric transport is required. the drainage and sewer systems) become of age. Dmitry B. This paper addresses the need for a worldwide adoption of a basic introductory Environmental Science course to all undergraduate curricula to equip non-environmental scientists with the basic vocabulary. 2006. Kopytenko. it is imperative that people-particularly professionals and future leaders-be well informed in the basic science of the environment. and disturbances in its quality – therefore.

Bruno Bezerra Chagas. In this work.19. Pires The persistence of pesticide and herbicide in the environment after the application is potentially harmful. For this. molecules with some special features were developed to be less harmful during its presence in any environment compartment. it was used a model proposed by IPCC and for the prediction of the garbage volume to be generated by the population. F. The condominium is located in the state of Rio de Janeiro. Maria A. COSTA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO Alessandro Farinaccio. RELAÇÃO ESPACIAL ENTRE A FAIXA DA AREIA PRESERVADA E A OCUPAÇÃO ATUAL EM ÁREAS DE DOMÍNIO MARINHO. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 29 July 16 . MULTIVARIATE OPTIMIZATION OF INSTRUMENTAL PARAMETERS FOCUSED ON THE DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDES. In this case. The main façades of the original project present decorative elements of Portland cement blocks and Brise–soleil type. Moysés Gonsalez Tessler Sixteen beaches have been studied in Guarujá County. The results indicated that the preservation of installed structures (avenues. This paper presents an analysis of the Block 10 residents’ satisfaction level. Monika Schlegel. In this concentration level. there were also some alterations to the blueprint of all housing units. BRAZIL . an economical viability study was made to implement the landfill in V. Other compounds such as medication drugs can show the same problems. the paper shows the need for a post occupancy evaluation of building set in the system of housing insurance. NAS PRAIAS DO MUNICÍPIO DO GUARUJÁ. being also subject damages caused for the monthly variations of the level of the tides. and the tools of linear measure of program Google Earth.mL-1). S. for instance) are very interesting for the analysis of environmental samples in determining very low concentration compounds (£m. Vanessa Melo Silva This paper works on the mathematical model to predict the potential generation of biogas from the garbage volume generated by the population of Volta Redonda. which altered significant aspects of the façade. Thiago Müller da Silva. ANÁLISE DA SATISFAÇÃO PÓS-OCUPAÇÃO: CONDOMÍNIO MIRANTE DA TAQUARA Protasio Ferreira e Castro. The building’s structure is in reinforced concrete. have been analyzed air photographs of different dates and satellite images of program Google Earth. with the energy use of biogas and the carbon credit trading. results from a set of multivariate optimization of operational parameters of a liquid chromatograph mass spectrometer used to determine emerging pollutants in environmental samples are presented. To calculate the biogas volume generated in landfills. many months or even more. Moracci. Segments where were observed the advance of the occupation on areas of marine domain has revealed susceptible the sporadical storm events. Cotrim. As the knowledge advances. Santos. in order to establish a space relation between the preserved sand band and the human occupation current on areas of marine domain. Marycel E. B. The study is limited to the residents of the apartments who lived there during the survey of these anomalies and returned to the housing units soon after the structural reinforcement had been finished. the parameters optimization for instrumental operation is very important as small variations can mean a successful or failed analysis. but also environmental and financial damages. Session PM2A MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO PREDICT THE POTENTIAL GENERATION OF BIOGAS AND STUDY OF ECONOMICAL VIABILITY TO IMPLEMENT A LANDFILL IN THE CITY OF VOLTA REDONDA Marcelo Aledi Felsemburgh.R. the mathematical model was developed starting from the population data according to IBGE. Later. Recent analytical techniques (LC-MS/MS. This persistence can be of some few days. HERBICIDES AND EMERGING POLLUTANTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLES Luiz F. Furusawa.selective waste collection and their reinsertion in the society were fundamental for the participation and engagement of the population towards a self sustainable Cooperative of solid wastes picker entrepreneurs. resulting in not only damages physicists to the workmanships. 2006. The measures of extension and widths of beaches have been gotten from the photointerpretation. coast of the State of São Paulo. Significant structural anomalies brought about the elaboration of a structural recovery design. Maurício Luciano Carvalho The condominium Mirante da Taquara is made up of eleven multifamily residential buildings. it is associated with the preservation of wider beach bands. buildings). Hélio A. Finally.

personalizando o tratamento. Annunziata Donadio Chateaubriand. João da Rocha Medrado Neto. SAÚDE. assim. It was stipulated a delay to fix the proposal model in order to be seen the collected results from january to may/2005 and see the possibility of the project be implanted. Throughout these example. engineering and design valve the regional culture and recover habits. for this reason. generating sanitary modules whose architeture. In general their houses are not grouped together and. tornando-o mais eficiente e diminuindo. contributing for the human health and environmental protection. as well as the exchange of popular and academic knowledge.IMPLANTAÇÃO DE SISTEMA DE GESTÃO AMBIENTAL EM CONDOMÌNIO EMPRESARIAL TECH TOWN. non-governmental sectors and civil institutions. Bernadete Maria de Mendonça Neta. This interchange enabled the realization of an innovative process of a participative enviromental management. sendo que ambos os grupos foram analisados no início e no final do programa e reavaliados quinzenalmente. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 30 July 16 . sustaining and preserving the Basins from Lakes Region. através do treinamento aeróbico. aparentemente saudáveis. The central objective of the work was to make a diagnose of the condominium environment situation. e modificar a técnica hoje utilizada. o tempo total de tratamento fisioterapêutico. Therefore presents a compact report about Lakes Region’s history. EM CAMPINAS –SP Alex F. New studies should be done to improve the model. It concerns of horizontal enterprise condominium located in the city of Campinas. Fabio Cesar da Silva This work introduces to a study about the case of environment administration system implantation. COMPARAÇÃO ENTRE O COMPORTAMENTO DO SISTEMA CARDIOPULMONAR E O SISTEMA MECÂNICO MASSA-MOLA-AMORTECEDOR Haricia Ribeiro Sales. proceduring along with the joint owners an environment politic with goals and objectives agreed in group. but also the residents in the area. Dimitri Corrêa e Ribeiro da Silva The Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM) develops researches and proposals that contribute to the enviromental sanitation of the Amazon Region. associar o comportamento do sistema cardiopulmonar ao comportamento do sistema mecânico massa-mola-amortecedor. Caroline Sarah Souza de Oliveira. and its importance in the country’s historical context. where the majority of the population who lives in the country area does not have bathrooms. at the Tech Town Condominium. promoting the integration of governmental or private departments. local artisans and technicians from governmental departments. 2006. as a consequence they throw fecal matter and sewer directly on the ground and waters. This paper presents the experience of developing sanitary modules adjusted to the local reality. Claudia Segadilha Adler The present article approaches Environment Management through Consórcio Intermunicipal Lagos São João environment management model which pursues the purpose of recovering. Os resultados obtidos mostraram a semelhança entre o sistema cardiopulmonar. It also presents the proposal of Araruama´s and Saquarema Hydrographic Basin and São João River’s Una and Ostras Basin Committee creation. Comunidade São João do Tupé. BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA DA REGIÃO DOS LAGOS E SEU GERENCIAMENTO Analice Cardoso Serra. O método utilizado foi de um ensaio clínico realizado com doze idosas sedentárias. Ellen Barbosa de Andrade. e o sistema mecânico. com idade média de 70 anos. Than analyses the concept of an environment management system. EDUCAÇÃO E GESTÃO AMBIENTAL: UMA EXPERIÊNCIA EM COMUNIDADE RURAL RIBEIRINHA DA AMAZÔNIA. São João River and Coast Area. business and services attendance aimed at the technology information field. Achek. Brazil and it has as users. SANEAMENTO. SP state. Márcio Antônio Ferreira O objetivo deste artigo foi. Santos. demonstrates how important recovering Araruama´s Lake and Basin is to its economic development and environmental preservation. BRAZIL . making it hard to achieve group solutions and convenient systems of basic sanitation. não fumantes. Concluímos ser possível modelar matematicamente o sistema biológico através de um sistema mecânico. divididas aleatoriamente em dois grupos: Grupo Experimental (A) e Grupo Controle (B). they occupy large areas isolated from each other.19. sistema biológico. massa-mola-amortecedor. The elaboration and execution of the project involved not only professors and students. The conclusion that came up in this study was that the model adjusts itself perfectly to the reached objectives and the goals of the environment management control were reached. Claudete Barbosa da Silva. materials and tradicional processes of construction.

Carvalho. except for points RMW-11 to RMW-13. turbidity. dissolved oxygen and total hardness.g-1. Roque Passos Piveli. besides physical-chemical parameters: acidity.67 µg/L.72 µg/L.36 µg/L Mn: 57. varied from 0. The results gotten through the processes of sedimentation with 60 mg Fe+_/L and of flotation with 50 mgFe+_/L. nickel and zinc values were most of the time below the detection limit. pH. Antonio S.ALTAMIRA .9 and 1. Cold Vapor Atomic Absorption Spectrometry (CVAAS) was used for measuring mercury concentrations.080 µg/L. COMPARAÇÃO ENTRE OS PROCESSOS DE FLOTAÇÃO POR AR DISSOLVIDO E DECANTAÇÃO ACELERADA OBJETIVANDO A REMOÇÃO DE FÓSFORO DE EFLUENTES DE LAGOA DE ESTABILIZAÇÃO Aline Akabochi Fabreti. BRAZIL .360 µg/L.42 g. Maurício A.ESTUDO DE CASO DA POPULAÇÃO RESIDENTE NA REGIÃO GARIMPEIRA DA VOLTA GRANDE DO RIO XINGU . Giannetti.BARCARENA/PA Simone de F.77 g. Santos. Having as main parameter the phosphorus removal. Mg:. Almeida. 13 collection points were selected along this river. reaching 10_ NMP/100mL de Thermotolerants Coliforms. Augusto C. using lesser dosages of ferric chloride. emergy income. were found the following medium concentration of the elements Ca: 3.38 µg/L. Silvia H.250 µg/L. For chromium. of the averages of the concentrations was found for the Canteiro Island with 12. conductivity. P. Gilmar W. besides demonstrating capacity to remove algae and pathogenic organisms. Luís Fernando Rossi Léo. V. Saraiva. respectively. Saraiva. at the amazon area. where mercury is used to agglutinate gold particles through amalgamation. with relationship to the presence of chemical elements in the water: major. Zn: 43. This work shows data about sustainability based on the use of renewable and non-renewable natural resources and economy resources. emergy investment and percentage of renewable emergy. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 31 July 16 . copper. lead. Ni: 2. Gilmar W. Na: 7.11 to 22.46 µg/L.PARÁ – BRASIL Simone de F. 220 mg/L of COD and 130 mg TSS/L. Sr: 23. Pereira. and presents a general environmental description pertaining to the Xingu river. mercury vapor is lost to the atmosphere.540 µg/L. Lima. This results shows the anthropogenic influence in the contamination of the Amazon rivers from the production of aluminum. The inhabitants of the Fazenda island presented the smallest medium value of 3. Fe:. Al: 356.g-1. F.g-1 and for the Galo island and of the Ressaca island values 5. it was around 0.04 µg/L. During burning of the amalgam to release the gold. The effluent of the facultative pond has in average 6 mg P/L. P. ESTUDO QUÍMICO DO IMPACTO AMBIENTAL PROVOCADO POR DESPEJOS INDUSTRIAIS NO RIO MURUCUPI .20 and 4. The emergy (written with m) quantifying is used as a database for the sustainability’s indices. Pereira. thus controlling the eutrophication process of the receiving bodies. the search for measures of environmental impacts caused by the production of a good or a service has grown up. 2006. B.Session PM2B USO DE INDICADORES AMBIENTAIS PARA AVALIAÇÃO DE SISTEMAS DE TRATAMENTO DE ESGOTO POR LODO ATIVADO E BIODIGESTÃO Carlos Cezar da Silva. Mônica Medeiros The present work has as purpose comparatively to evaluate the processes of lamellar settling and dissolved air flotation as post treatment of stabilisation ponds effluent.87 g.19. respectively. total alkalinity. Siqueira The present work evaluate the chemical conditions of the Murucupi river. of the treatment of domestic waste system of the City of Lins – SP-Brazil. Two systems of residential wastewater treatment are evaluated: one by activated sludge and another one by biodigestion. Cu: 2.g-1. organic matter.This study shows the results of total mercury analysis in hair from five volunteer groups living in Altamira.870 µg/L. The hair mercury concentration. since closed systems for mercury recovery are not always used. 80 and 65 mg O2/L of COD and 78 and 35 mg TSS/L.06 µg/L.35 µg/L. Cecília M. The largest value.1 mg P/L. minor and trace. Siqueira There are some many gold-mining sites in the Xingu River basin (Pará-Brazil). Ba: 29. CONTAMINAÇÃO POR MERCÚRIO METÁLICO NA AMAZÔNIA . Pb: 3. F. Among these processes the flotation was distinguished for presenting resulted similar to the ones of the sedimentation. Biagio F. Bonilla In the last four decades. K: 2.79 g. Augusto C. temperature.

26 mM .g-1. this paper shows that the use of precipitation data is not enough to predict dengue fever propagation. Farias da Rosa Arsenic is listed as a hazardous material and is a suspect carcinogen. Regression model is not to be able to explain dengue fever evolution.L-1 to 5.g-1) followed consume water public provisioning group (mean 0. Ronei Marcos de Moraes Scientific community does not agree about use of statistical models based on climatic variables to predict mosquito-borne disease as such as dengue fever.nitrate. The arsenic concentration in human hair were determinated in 81 individuals in the Altamira city . 0.Amazon region. shows the influence of the origin of the water on the presence of this element in the researched individuals hair. malaria and yellow fever. Valquíria C. In this paper we investigate statistical relashionship between precipitation and incidence of dengue fever. The actual toxicity of arsenic to the human body varies depending on several factors as general health and diet.BRASIL Pedro Moreira de Sousa Junior. Marycel Elena Barbosa Cotrim.29. verifying the attendance of the environmental parameters analyzed to the demands of federal legislations. Some authors suggest use of socioeconomic and ecological factors as alternative to climatic variables. 2006.0 on subsurface layer).49 ups. the precipitation is the main factor of climatic modification in the year. ESTUDOS OCEANOGRÁFICOS DA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL AMAZÔNICA – NORTE DO BRASIL Valquiria C. Session PM3A EXPLORANDO MODELOS ESTATÍSTICOS DE RELAÇÕES ENTRE VARIÁVEIS CLIMÁTICAS.46 mg. Pinheiro Pereira. Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra. Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires The growing concern of environmental and sanitary surveillance about the safety and the quality in the hydric resources.75 mL. da Rosa. VETORES ALADOS E INCIDÊNCIA DO DENGUE Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado.22 mM . AVALIAÇÃO DO IMPACTO AMBIENTAL DE ESTAÇÕES DE TRATAMENTO DE ÁGUAS EM CURSOS D’ÁGUA Edson Luís Tocaia dos Reis.The level of arsenic allowed in human hair has been set at 1 mg/Kg by the WHO. Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza. This work evaluated physical-chemical effects of the residues generated in a WTP complete cycle in the Registro town (SP) and discharged at Ribeira de Iguape River Basin. Osvaldo Beltrame Filho.68 mM –amônia). Pereira. the normal levels are around 0.86mL.01 mM – nitrite and 0. Simone de F. In the Brazilian state of Paraíba. It can be seen that thermocline influences the nutrient cycling. We use a regression analysis with incidence of dengue fever and precipitation in state of Paraíba between 1998 and 2005. guides the development of many researches to a revision of the current technological pattern. The increase of the 69.19. F. Santos.09 mM – nitrite and 0. P.10 mM – amônia). BRAZIL . The values were followed by a higher concentration of nutrients in deep waters (maximum for 9.g-1). 0. Simone F.ESTUDO ESTATÍSTICO DA INFLUÊNCIA DO TIPO DE ÁGUA CONSUMIDA EM RELAÇÃO A CONCENTRAÇÃO DE ARSÊNIO EM CABELO DE INDIVÍDUOS RESIDENTES NA CIDADE DE ALTAMIRA PARÁ . So. the pH its value was always alkaline (average of 8. reportedly responsible for lung and skin cancers. Found medios values for salinity. Continental shelf waters and oceanic area from Amazonia can be understood as oligotrophic waters. Cleide Samara Mescouto. A monitoring program was established. Pedro Moreira Junior The work was carried out on continental shelf of Amazonica State aiming at the goals of REVIZEE Program.L-1 with highest values founded on subsurface layer over thermocline. temperature -27. even when other co-variables were used. because it acts as a barrier against nutrient that are carried into the euphotic zone. for oxygen dissolved varied from 4. Cleide Samara Mescouto. such as Resolução CONAMA 357/2005. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 32 July 16 .31 mg. related to the administration of residues generated in the water treatment plants (WTP). There are basically two seasons: with rain presence and without it.15 mg.57%.nitrate. in the well group in relation to other group.g-1) and consume mineral group (mean 0. Cláudio Rodrigues.32 mg. because they have low nutrient concentrations on their subsurface layers (minimum for. The results statistical study showed largest meets in the consume well group (mean 0.40 °C .

ANÁLISE DA INCIDÊNCIA DO DENGUE NAS REGIÕES BIOCLIMÁTICAS DA PARAÍBA NO PERÍODO DE 1998 À 2004 Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra. we obtained the limits of control. as pathology. From endemic period between 1998-2000. the theoretical restrictions for the use of the Endemic Corridors are not satisfied. Mônica Maria Ferreira Teles. If was assumed as an avoidable phenomenon. Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado. Ronei Marcos de Moraes The epidemic surveillance of a disease requests continuous accompaniment of its registers allowing to identify epidemic situations. between 2001 and 2005. Ronei Marcos de Moraes In America continent. Using descriptive statistics and maps. we observed a decrease of -21. BRAZIL . In that period. Ronei Marcos de Moraes Conglomerate of diseases are areas which there are a high risk of incidence of disease in a period of time. To make this it is necessary to know all factors relative for mosquito-borne survival and its propagation. a endemic period (1998-2000 and 2004). de Souza. Brazil. the use of techniques of Endemic Corridors is recommended to monitor endemic and epidemic periods. 2003 and 2005) and an epidemic year (2002). The year of 2003 presented the largest incidence of the whole studied period. Liliane dos Santos Machado. That methodology made possible to accomplish an epidemic study of the dengue fever in the cities of Paraíba. IDENTIFICAÇÃO DE CONGLOMERADOS ESPACIAIS DO DENGUE Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza. is the fourteenth state capital of the country where more increased the rate of youths' deaths for homicide. The Brazilian state of Paraíba present a complex bioclimatic design. Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza. interventions can reduce the violence. Tarciana Liberal Pereira. according to Map of Violência IV. This paper presents a statistical analysis of geo-referenced data. obtained from hospital violence-report cases in João Pessoa . So. we used a similar methodology. generating graphs and maps. at least 200 years. In our study. 2006. In the epidemic literature. being the sex of larger mortality for external causes. in the state of Paraíba. it was verified that better way to combat dengue fever is eliminating its mosquito-borne. Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra.62% in the total of deaths in the city. the violence indexes are growth since the 90's. Tarciana Liberal Pereira. containing eight areas. some years with high ocorrency (2001. UTILIZAÇÃO DE CARTAS DE CONTROLE DE SHEWHART NO ACOMPANHAMENTO EPIDEMIOLÓGICO DO DENGUE Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza.19.Brazil. A. In the © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 33 July 16 . ANÁLISE ESPACIAL DA CRIMINALIDADE SOB O PRISMA HOSPITALAR NA CIDADE DE JOÃO PESSOA NO PERÍODO DE 2002 A 2004 Milane Caroline de Oliveira Valdek. Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza. Geoprocessing methodologies allow to manipulate. Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado. In the historical register of dengue fever in Brazilian state of Paraíba. In that period of time. Using statistical tests it was verified that the incidence of dengue fever is happens in way differentiated in the bioclimatic areas. to analyze and to present geo-referenced data using geographical maps. we can observe a non-endemic period (1994-1997). the violence indices grow since 90’s mainly because of social causes. The city of João Pessoa. Results showed that men between 21 and 24 years old compose the victims’ largest proportion. In this paper we analyzed relatioship between the bioclimatic areas and the incidence of dengue fever at state of Paraíba. de Moraes In Brazil. Izabel C. Ronei M. Santos. as bioclimatic aspects. Using a spatial analysis for that data we create specific maps to show an evolution of mortality for external causes in neighborhoods of the city of João Pessoa.ANÁLISE ESPACIAL DOS ÓBITOS POR CAUSAS EXTERNAS DA CIDADE DE JOÃO PESSOA NO PERÍODO DE 2002 A 2004 Patrícia Silva Nascimento. The masculine sex is the reached. the dengue fever is present. In Brazil. the Aedes Aegypti. without those restrictions named Shewhart Control Chart. between 1998 and 2004. analyzed by neighborhood between years 2000-2004. accomplished by UNESCO in 2002. it was verified the statistical distribution of crimes in the city. Mônica Maria Ferreira Teles. Ronei Marcos de Moraes The increase of violence is a current phenomenon that worries government.

The maps of relative risk allowed to visualize geographical units of high intensity of dengue fever and GAM-K delimits areas with high statistical risk. ENERGY RECOVERY FROM SLUDGE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT IN SMALL COMMUNITY Leandro C.16mg. vibex in contaminant biomonitoring is discussed. Mário Arthur de Souza Fontes A study is presented for the simplest one-dimensional isotropic transient flow equations for horizontal flow of one fluid. In the present work. It was applied those methodologies to identify spatial conglomerates in Brazilian state of Paraíba between 1998 and 2005. Sludge in your basic form can be used an agriculture. Pedro M. Fernando Batalha Nassarius vibex is a marine gastropod with a wide distribution along the Brazilian coast. arid area in the west of the state in the first semester of the year. with cases registered in the whole year. Elaine D. EFFECTS OF CU AND ZN ON SURVIVAL OF THE MARINE GASTROPOD NASSARIUS VIBEX (SAY. Constante de Moraes. and a development of numerical solutions of pressure as function of position and time is discussed. Responses of the species to these reference substances presented a high discrimination level. Santos. EVOLUÇÃO DOS CASOS DE VIOLÊNCIA NA CIDADE DE JOÃO PESSOA NO PERÍODO DE 2002 A 2005 Daniel Matos de Carvalho. The non-parametric test of Friedman pointed the statistical similarity among the years researched with relationship to the considered variables. The most directed application is for reservoir simulation. Laercio Caetano. de Morais.assessment of dengue fever. N. Pedro de Magalhães Padilha. Büchler Nowadays water pollution controlling is essential to population healthcare. and Campina Grande. Marco Antonio Utrera Martines © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 34 July 16 . The effect of heavy metals copper and zinc on the survival of Nassarius vibex was investigated. Danielly Cristina de Souza Costa. Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza. 2006. Session PM3B MODEL OF SIMPLE ONE-DIMENSIONAL AND ONE-PHASE FLOW EQUATIONS FOR RESERVOIRS Diomar Cesar Lobão. easy evaluation of effects and good repeatability.R. from which we verify five only neighborhoods concentrated the largest intensities of occurrence of homicides and attempts of homicides. In this paper we study the evolution of violence in Brazilian city of João Pessoa in the period of 2002 to 2005. Cristiane M. Concentrations which caused 50% mortality (LC50) in 48h for Cu and 96h for Zn were 0. during the studied period. In this paper.74mg. BRAZIL . Jo Dweck. This detritivore species is highly abundant in soft bottom estuarine environment and an important link in local aquatic food chains. The potential of using N. The spatial distribution for that variables were obtained by spatial exploratory data analysis. Water treatment processes bring an important environmental question: the high level of sludge generated. Mônica Maria Ferreira Teles. using data from Secretary of Public Security of Paraíba State and the variables homicides and attempts of homicides contained by neighborhoods of the city. Emerson P. Results obtained for different grid size problems are discussed. which demand for final disposition or reusing methods. The main focuses of disease are: João Pessoa City (capital of state). vibex were exposed to copper and zinc salts isolately in static acute tests.l-1 respectively. The modeling is carried out in order to establish a simulation scheme laid in a code that solves the equations in x co-ordinate. 1822) Rosane B. which can be seen as multi-phase flow problem. Barreto. sludge chemical composition and heating value were studied to evaluate sludge reuse propose. we used maps of relative risk and Geographical Analysis Machine with Kernel Smoothing (GAM-K). THE GREEN CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS APPLIED ON SOIL AND WATER TRACE ELEMENTS ANALYSIS: THE PRECONCENTRATION SYSTEMS Gustavo Rocha de Castro. Cruz. from identification of conglomerates it can define priority areas for intervention. for reuse in industrial process or energy recovery as an alternative energy source. Loureiro.19. Ronei Marcos de Moraes The increase of the violence in several Brazilian municipal districts is a concern for Secreataries of Public Security.l-1 and 1.

where applied to this context will allow the research through the specific description of the subjects. Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha. extreme fuel consumption. Isto permite. MANEJO DE N FERTILIZANTES PARA A CANA-DE-AÇÚCAR COM COLHEITA CRUA. However. These matrices when chemically modified by organic groups renders high affinity toward metal ions in solution. Teixeira. consequentemente. Magda Aparecida Salgueiro Duro Researches of origin . These elements analysis. Silva. This model allows a better visualization of the data in a hierarchic form and she has not applied in web due to inexistence of software that they provide it. POR UM MODELO DE SIMULAÇÃO Fábio C. FERRAMENTA DE SUPORTE A ORGANIZAÇÃO FACETADA PARA SISTEMAS WEB Douglas Mauricio M. Ottoni This work presents an environmental management decision support system known as SAGA in which its main goal is to auxiliar the manager in environment shock analysis and index and diagnostic score. the wastes generation with potentially toxic metals. A melhor maneira de expressar conhecimento de maneira resumida é o modelo matemático. além da simulação computacional. Paulo C. NO CONTEXTO ECOLÓGICO. Traffic jam. predizer a necessidade dos fertilizantes N pela cultura no tempo. Bergamasco. mercury. deserve a special attention because they are not degradable and this way can get into different environmental compartment and consequently accumulate in the trophic chair. Session PM3C PERFIL DO MEIO DE TRANSPORTE UTILIZADO POR ALUNOS EM SUA LOCOMOÇÃO DIÁRIA PARA UMA UNIVERSIDADE Raquel Cymrot.19. cadmium. As predições das quantidades dos fertilizantes N. It also has facilities of data entries. 2006. Nowadays. It has flexible configuration in order to attend to any kind of enviroment projects with different characteristics. capaz de simular os estados do processo ao longo do tempo. Elysio Mira Oliveira The knowledge organization systems exist since the remote times. The Indian librarian Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan elaborated in 1930 a faceted organization model. in environmental samples can yield even more wastes when made in large scale. Godoy. SISTEMA DE APOIO A GESTÃO AMBIENTAL Cícero R. evitam o fornecimento de quantidades excessivas que resultam na poluição ambiental associada ao N. Alessandra F. Rodrigues. that in set with proportionate the asynchronous access for technology AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML) will allow to greater performance in the recovery of the information and visualization of the rank of the knowledge from the election of the user. chromium and others. André P. and atmospheric pollution are some © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 35 July 16 .destination point that the advance of the motorization aggravates the general conditions of circulation and the urban environment. O. Ticiane M. This article has as objective to present a tool that allows to the integration of systems web with such standardization. The SAGA was developed for WEB plataform by using ASP language. Trivelin O manejo eficiente de fertilizantes nitrogenados (N) é correlacionado com o conhecimento da dinâmica das transformações e assimilação do N no desenvolvimento da cultura.The chemistry importance reflects on your participation on the development of many products considered essential to the humanity. They are presents in all human knowledge areas and propitiate the communication between the user an they information needs. Então o modelo é uma ferramenta de gerenciamento do uso dos fertilizantes N com responsabilidade ecológica. BRAZIL . Santos. materials that shows good chemical stability like silica and cellulose have been used as solid matrices on these elements preconcentration. Luiz H. information and knowledge representation as well as global output set for its final results The knowledgment representation is done by natural way and it is supported on Fuzzy Sets Theory. F. realmente necessárias. The SAGA has been considered as a modern tool decision support system for the propose to better protect and conserve environmental resources and promote sustainable development. Cavati. contributing by meaningful manner to change this reality through a better analysis sensitivity and low cost allied to a minimum consume of samples and reagents. Sofia Mara Sousa.

It had been searched 386 students of a college of engineering and analyzed the referring data to the profile of the method of transportation used by them in their daily displacement there and back to the university. João Virgílo Merighi. high slopes. 2) Diagnosis of the water consumption. Where to start? The school is presented as the great multiplying agent. TRANSPORTE E SAÚDE HUMANA Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro. Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro. availability of local insurance inside of the unit of study for deposit of belongings. about the collapse of the water. that is. as all over the planet. ANÁLISE E EXPLICITAÇÃO DOS MEIOS DE TRATAMENTO E DESTINAÇÃO FINAL DE RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha. industrial and commercial enterprise. our aim is to do an evaluation about the destination that is given nowadays to the residues in a way we can show if those materials are being directed to the appropriate treatment center. Magda Aparecida Salgueiro Duro. as indicated by the mortality indexes elapsed from the atmospherics pollution exposition. Santos. such as erosion effects contention in hillsides. The possible impacts in this profile had been searched if measured as the inauguration of station of subway in the neighborhoods of the university. medium and big cities. If they are not. specially in the urban expansion zones. Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha This works purpose is to make an analysis of the soil protection’s process. as a contribution for the sustainability of the transport politics. soil characteristic and vegetation type that recover the ground. high slopes coating and other correctives measures. Observing the most common treatments of solid residues found in small. Here are described several particularities of hidric erosion and its effects. The evaluation and results will be obtained through filed research and data provided by the cities halls. Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha. that they must consist of the following phases: 1) Auditory of the water consumption. Marcel Mendes It has been said a lot. 5) Planning and implementation of the partner-educationa. Knowing the population number and the quantity of residues generated by them have an influence in the processes of treatment. originated by civil construction’s work. among technicians. 2006. Kauê Fakri As the problems caused by the accumulation of residues increase. Gisele Castro Fontanella Pileggi.19. 4) Evaluation of the impact of the reduction of the water consumption.of the effect of this advance. UMA ANÁLISE DAS FORMAS DE PROTEÇÃO DO SOLO CONTRA A EROSÃO Gilberto Teixeira da Silva. human health risks are significant. will have to apply methods of conservation and rationalization of the use of the water. the superficial erosion in rill and gully. as topographic conditions. gas pipelines and transmission lines. analyzing here the school understands action of nature technique. Although not always contemplated by these transport polities. Use rations in great consumers. economic and social/educational. considering the geologicals and climatics conditions related to hidric erosion process. automotive vehicles are responsible for most of the polutants emissions. administrative. The analysis of the vehicular pollution emissions allow to observe that the traffic velocity variation. This paper presents an study about the strategies that can concur for the control and diminution of the polutants emissions by the automotive vehicles. BRAZIL . Here are made also the analysis of several thecnics utilized to soil protection. ÁGUA PARA FUTURAS GERAÇÕES: A ESCOLA ENSINA Maria do Carmo Bueno de Castro Setti. The work presents in summary a programming of the activities to be developed in the University Presbyterian Mackenzie for implementation of this program. André Scurato Many cities are still planned to attend vehicular transport. It has known that the Brazilian society. availability of place for parking of bicycles and motorcycles were implemented. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 36 July 16 .l Program of the rational use of the water. Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro. the flux localization and the congestion are the principles causes of the atmospheric pollution. we will indicate which would be the best destination to the residues. many studies indicate that the way system interventions to comport with the increasing enlargement of the vehicle fleet commit the economic and environment viability in these places. Ivanise Gaubeur. such as highway works. disclosing an exhaustion of the model that privileges the automobile. weir and dam to avoid ground’s layers removal and the disappearing of structural soil components such as stay walls. river’s bank. However. these topics will also be considered in the evaluation so that the results could be according to the budget of the city and to the availability of treatment. 3) Plan of intervention. our preoccupation related with its final destination also increases.

which presented a higher concentration. The Itanhém Estuary presents relatively good-quality waters. SP. the commerce. Fernanda Voietta Pinna. To observe the influence of such structures. WATER QUALITY AT THE ESTUARY OF THE ITANHAÉM RIVER. BRAZIL Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa. Andrea Pimenta Ambrozevicius. Priscilla Romano. beyond the identification of strategies that can lead to its real benefits. Rita Moura Fortes. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 37 July 16 . Anselmo Augusto de Castro The Milionários Beach was altered by anthropic interventions that caused erosion and destruction of human made structures. This paper presents one brief discussion on the human health costs of the transport politics. The samples were collected in the summer 2005. in the formularization of the transport politics it is the necessity of the quantification of the social and ambient costs and its consequences in the human health. and the concentrations were similar for the majority of samples. in most of the days. Iara Fonseca de Souza. Further studies aiming to resolve these problems should be focused on those particles and the energy capable of remobilizing them. Estuarine waters were more influenced by fresh-water. Session ET1A SOME SEDIMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF AN URBAN BEACH AFFECTED BY MARINE EROSION AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR RECOVERY PROJECTS Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa. BRAZIL . Allan George Lima Ferreira. however. This technique may be used even when the statistics probability distribution is unknown or when the estimators’ calculation by using analytic methods is complex. Free chlorine was not detected in any sample. showing low or no salinity. Christiano Magini The water quality of the Itanhaém Estuary was evaluated by using toxicity tests and physical-chemical analyses. The data analysis was made by using the Bootstrap technique. Moreover. the transports can result in loss of the communitarian physical space and segregation. it has registered high taxes of mortality and illnesses originated by their harmful effect. The students answered if they used. Roberto Fioravante Carelli Fontes. in way to supply some subsidies to the analyses cost-benefit. João Virgílio Merighi. Melina de Campos Cabral. the beach slope correlated negatively to the percent of fine particles. Although its benefits to the population and the economy are recognized. Thus.IMPACTOS DAS POLÍTICAS DE TRANSPORTE NA QUALIDADE DE VIDA E SAÚDE HUMANA Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro. The purpose of this paper is to estimate the probability of the students using public transportation as a locomotion means to the university through the use of Bootstrap resample technique. Total ammonia tended to be low. Evidence of toxicity was observed in two samples. Robson Seriani. Santos. Thais Lobo dos Santos. the job. Ana Carolina Corberi Famá Ayoub e Silva. 2006. for promoting the access to: the education. sediment grain size distribution. Cecília Fortes Merighi Many studies have told about evidences of the negative effects of the transport in the human health. produced by the great number of vehicles transiting in the streets. Also. Talía Manceira Bonfante. Leo Eduardo Ferreira. Temperatures were similar in the different stations. Results showed that the particles between 75 and 150 mm are removed from erosive areas. public transportation as a locomotion means to go to the university. Six collection stations were sampled. Christiano Magini. beach slope and width measurements were taken at 5 beach profiles. excepting that from the station 4. Beatriz Miessva Acerbi. Fabiana Lima Silveira. the health services and the social and entertainment activities. Lawrence Ikeda.19. APLICAÇÃO DA TÉCNICA DE REAMOSTRAGEM BOOTSTRAP NA ESTIMAÇÃO DA PROBABILIDADE DOS ALUNOS SEREM USUÁRIOS DE TRANSPORTE PÚBLICO Raquel Cymrot. related to the accident and atmospheric pollution. Larger beach widths corresponded to areas where sediments of the upper beach were finer. and low pHs. A survey was conducted with the students of Escola de Engenharia of Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Ana Lucia Tucci Rizzo The city of São Paulo suffers a lot with the toxic gas emission thrown daily into the atmosphere. the observed toxicity indicates the need of further studies.

The pellets prepared with WTP sludge were used on column with ascendant flux for the adsorption of lead ions on solution. Therefore. 2006. Evelyn Loures de Godoi. The use of WTP sludge as abundant and low cost adsorbent bed can help the water treatment to be accessible.19. water resources supply and quality are to be fully considered in relation with human health conditions. It is the competence of the teacher to form the attitude and whole personality of a would-be adult in a way that he/she would want to be a part of sustainable society. Maira Cardoso Monje. The absorption spectra of methanol extracts were treated and used to determine the ratio between the maximal absorption at the UV peak and the maximal absorption at the chlorophyll a peak (max. is the most difficult thing in the world. Santos. yet health implications of extreme climate events are used as to demonstrate some likely health outcomes under GCC scenarios.Chl a). The paper explores adaptation and vulnerability to the extent of their role in constraining human health. however. also for industrial and domestic discharge with the adsorption of soluble heavy metals. THE USE OF WATER TREATMENT PLANT – WTP RESIDUE TO REMOVE TOXIC COMPOUND FROM WATER Maira Cardoso Monje. Gianesella.NOW OR NEVER – WITH ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Orsolya Salanki Nowadays more and more people show us certain solutions to realize sustainable development. When the impurities of the raw water are dissolved the water treatment have to be more demanding. turning the process almost economically inaccessible. BRAZIL . Despite the multiple causes entailed in that correlation imply association instead of direct causality. specific and costly. which would show humankind being at crossroads the way leading to sustainable development.UV/max. water within each mesocosm was continuously mixed by pumps. thus affecting conditions for the occurrence of waterborne and vectorborne diseases. phosphate and organic compounds. Nilce Ortiz A small unit of water treatment plant produces about 15 ton/ month of sludge on the sedimentation tank – the WTP sludge. Sônia M. DIATOMITE PELLETS TO REMOVE ORGANIC DYE AND LEAD IONS FROM WASTEWATER DISCHARGE Evelyn Loures de Godoi. an index of photoprotection. such as daily mean temperature and precipitation. due to his/her values. Yet we have a real chance to reach this among the generation growing up. F. human health is found to be dependent upon hydrologic regimes affected by GCC. Suzanne Roy In the context of global concern with increasing ozone depletion. as the precautionary principle suggests water management to coordinate with public health measures for adaptation purposes. Ubatuba (Brazil) and Ushuaia (Argentine). ULTRAVIOLET-B RADIATION ABSORPTION BY NATURAL PHYTOPLANKTON ASSEMBLAGES AT DIFFERENT LATITUDES Bruna Mohovic. the present study was undertaken as part of a broader program to examine the ability of coastal plankton from different latitudes to acclimate to a supplemental UVB radiation dose. Spectrophotometry was used to evaluate the UV-absorbing properties of phytoplankton in frozen samples collected in each day of the experiments. is a challenge waiting for public education. Achieving the necessary transformation within society. First of all we should change our point of view. for there are other concurrent variables that vary in time and space. Large plastic incubation bags (mesocosms) and fluorescent UV lamps were used in outdoors experiments simulating increases of UV-B in three sites: Rimouski (Canada). to do so. Nilce Ortiz © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 38 July 16 . The obtained results indicates the adsorption of 89% of the total lead ions presents in solution and the initial concentrated solutions shows the tendency to be adsorbed more efficiently them the diluted ones with 10h of continuous pumping to reach the equilibrium time. HUMAN HEALTH AND WATER RESOURCES UNDER GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE – A PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT Silneiton Favero-Silva Global Climate Change (GCC) potentially constrains human health because of its projected adverse effects on hydrologic variables that are sensitive to Global Warming (GW). In order to simulate natural mixing and to maintain the water mass homogeneous.

Elâine A. and four opened alkaline batteries were placed at the top of one soil column. with special concern to the questions of this debris incorrect disposal in urban areas and the aspects of the quality of life around this places. The results showed that the process is very effective. F. A simple procedure was applied to degradate phenol in aqueous solution based on the reactivity of the produced Fenton´s reagent free radicals.19. DEPOSIÇÃO URBANA INADEQUADA DE RESÍDUOS DA CONSTRUÇÃO CIVIL: IMPACTOS SANITÁRIOS E AMBIENTAIS Luiz Otávio de Almeida Castro The incorrect disposal of the urban solid waste may impact the environment and affect the sanitary quality of the municipality. An acid-rainwater solution (HNO3 and H2SO4. Furusawa. In order to attend the © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 39 July 16 . Pb.A low cost treatment process was developed using pellets of diatomite and bentonite as adsorbent bed to adsorb and remove dye organic compound and lead ions from wastewater. After addition of H2O2 the phenol concentration decreased to levels not detected by the instrumentation. Cd. Armellei. The associations feed the recycling industry with 90% of materials. Camargo. Marlene Flues The aim of this study was to evaluate the contribution of alkaline batteries in the metal (Zn. Eduardo Fagundes Carvalho. leaching of electrolyte (KOH) from the batteries increased the soil pH in the contaminated column. Santos. As low phenol concentration is expected during the degradation process LC-MS technique was used to carry out the chemical analyses. BRAZIL . Cr. CONTRIBUIÇÃO DE PILHAS ALCALINAS NA CONCENTRAÇÃO DE METAIS EM UMA COLUNA DE SOLO Vanessa M. obtained for lead ions in solution. pH 4) was percolated through the battery contaminated column during one year. Phenol aqueous solutions of initial concentration around 70mg. although necessary to generate knowledge also generate residues. as a part of the environmental philosophy. This paper intends to show how irregular disposals of construction and demolition debris can contribute to this reduction of environmental and sanitary quality of the municipality. so that technical and ecological performance are linked to the product. Session PT1A DEGRADATION OF PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS. Mn. cut of marble rocks and building masonry demolition) as filler. Raised retro reflective pavement markers were developed by using urban residues. therefore they didn’t cause environmental damage. Martins. Pires One of the main ideas issued in the Mission of the Centro de Química e Meio Ambiente of Instituto de Pesquisas Energéticas e Nucleares is an integrated management where residues generation is included. Iara M. Maria A. M. Chemical analyses. Santini. 2006. Two soil columns were sampled. academic projects to be developed in our Institute are expected to contemplate a schedule for residue treatment or correct destination. Nowadays. Additionally. Tális B. RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS APLICADOS NA ELABORAÇÃO DE TACHAS PARA SINALIZAÇÃO VIÁRIA Protasio Ferreira e Castro. Silva. The study shows the possibility of the use of diatomite with low cost mainly composed by non aggressive silica to treat chemical effluents and sewage water.mL-1 were used in these experiments. Juliana C. RESIDUE TREATMENT IN THE RESIDUE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM OF AN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Hélio A. Nakanishi. The pavement markers are made of polymer matrix with urban residues (forging of metallic devices. Miguel da Fonseca Amaral Ribeiro Gathering Associations of solid urban waste are spread out on 75% Brazilian districts. The others metals showed insignificant change in the natural metal concentration of the soil. The obtained results for adsorption rate are similar with those related in the literature for non conventional adsorbents with 56 % removal percentage for organic dye and the lower removal percentage was 33%. The study provides information about the use of diatomite as adsorbent in batch process to obtain the maximum removal percentage and the adsorption rate. The study showed that the leaching of alkaline batteries caused a significant enrichment of Zn and Mn concentration in the topsoil. Several cities use painted bump for speeding down cars velocities.C. Caio C. Cu and Ni) concentration in a soil column. J.

mainly by painting band on reducing speedy bump. Renata Ferraz de Toledo. The present article examines the final disposal of the waste in that area. Because of the production of waste in the residences and the lack of regular collection the inhabitants have the necessity to give a homemade destination for these materials. according to recommendations of the Health Solid Waste Management Plan prescribed by ANVISA. along the years. its impacts in the public health and in the environment and the use of global positioning system of these places to make a composition of a geographical information system.5 tons/day of potentially contaminated health solid wastes generated in home-care services are disposed together with municipal wastes. In this work. By this reason. Maria Cecília Focesi Pelicioni. causing the increase of the production waste. Kagohara. particles size. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 40 July 16 . and the amount of oxygen and nutrients. The results had indicated that the composting of the garden waste is less efficient than of food waste. André H. respectively. Dennis A. Estimative indicates that in the Sao Paulo City about 7. due to financial reasons or lack of information. S. through a citizenship based on environmental maintenance and efficient ecological urban development. Santos. Schwartzman. temperature. BRAZIL . 2) garden waste and 3) a 75 and 25% mixture of 1 and 2 residues. the composting of diverse domestic organic residues was simulated in three windrow. pH. Ângelo José Consoni The health home-care is growing fast in the last years. Alex R. probably due to the great presence o cellulosic compounds and its hard biodegradation.19. pH and carbon/nitrogen radio had monitores during 132 days for accompaniment of the composting. in Brazil. the covering. Mancini. which can be an opportunity for Brazilians bring out poverty. Silvana Audrá Cutolo. light-cured dental composites are the most widely used material by dentists in restorative dental works and the market presents a great deal of light-curing devices for this purpose. The waste of health institutions are also produced in the District of Iauaretê due the activity of two hospitals and an assistance health post. In a natural aerobic composting process. The second significant result is the presentation of the Manual of Procedures to the Management of Health Solid Waste at Home-Care. that most of the time includes burning. Nogueira. 2006. the main characteristics t be monitored during the process are: humidity. ESTUDO DA DISPOSIÇÃO FINAL DE RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS DOMÉSTICOS E DE SERVIÇOS DE SAÚDE EM ÁREA INDIGENA NO AMAZONAS/BRASIL Luciana Pranzetti Barreira. containing: 1) food waste. Leonardo Rios. Paulo Roxo Barja. Humidity. Daniel Acosta Avalos Nowadays. has modified their traditional ways of subsistence due to the increase of the commercial activity and the money circulation. Session PT1B AVALIAÇÃO FOTOACÚSTICA DA FOTOPOLIMERIZAÇÃO DA RESINA ACRÍLICA Z250 (3M) PRODUZIDA COM APARELHOS DE LUZ HALÓGENA E LED Salvador Laviano Neto. RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS DE SERVIÇO DE SAÚDE NA ASSISTÊNCIA DOMICILIAR(HOME-CARE): CONSIDERAÇÕES PARA UM MANEJO SEGURO Antonio de Oliveira Siqueira. Despite adequate management of solid wastes is a mandatory practice. The aim of this work was to evaluate. COMPOSTAGEM AERÓBIA DE RESTOS DE COMIDA E LIXO DE JARDIM Sandro D. Finally. the pavement makers will reduce maintenance costs. Thus the pavement markers manufacturing is a dignity labor task.educational characteristics of people involved with the product. in this paper is presented a discussion about the elaboration of an instrument for waste management under residence conditions. an easy procedure was design. the Brazilian National Agency for Sanitary Vigilance. As main results it is highlighted in the first place the characterization of healthcare solid waste generated during health-care at home. Leandro Luiz Giatti. Tânia de Mattos. some organizations and professionals in the health-care sector are not doing the correct management of this waste. Aristides Almeida Rocha The District of Iauaretê. Jonas A. Rosa The aerobic composting of organic solid residues has a great potential for agricultural application due to their obtained products being considered good soil amendments. indigenous area in the State of Amazonas. accumulations on the soil and to dispose in the rivers.

Liliane A. liquids and even gases without previous preparation of the sample. based upon the absorption of modulated light by a sample with subsequent conversion of the absorbed energy in heat. dental materials and plants. 50/60/Hz.19. while plants grown under full sunlight presented higher biomass production and higher radicular length. and that the LED curing unit produces less residual polimerization than the halogen source. the efficacy of two distinct photoactivation devices: the first one with halogen lamp. generating acoustic waves in the air layer adjacent to the sample. BRAZIL . The present work shows different photoacoustic cells developed for measurements in human skin. Results indicate that the period specified by the producer for photopolimerization is sufficient for effective polymerization of a 1mm-thick resin layer. The absorbed radiation produces a temperature modulation that is transferred to the adjacent air layer. The analysis was performed with the photoacoustic technique. number of leaves and photosynthetic activity of the plant Costus spicatus. the 3M’s Z250. but plants developed under 25% of full sunlight (75% shading) presented the faster response to light incidence (faster photosynthetic induction). This work analyzes the penetration kinetics of two soluble bases employed as vehicles for Arnica Montana application: superficial gel (carbopol 940) and transdermic (penetrating) gel. total leaf area. it is possible to study optical and thermal properties of different samples (solids. P. One can associate its efficacy to the drug penetration efficiency in the internal skin layers.5. promoting systemic effects and excluding the possibility of drug degradation by the digestive tract and hepatic elimination. Paulo Roxo Barja The topical medicine application has been used to treat a good number of pathological processes. ANÁLISE DE CRESCIMENTO E ATIVIDADE FOTOSSINTÉTICA DA CANINHA DO BREJO (COSTUS SPICATUS) SOB DIFERENTES CONDIÇÕES DE LUMINOSIDADE Vanessa M. produced by DABI-ATLANTE. model Ultraled. widely employed in the pharmaceutical industry research). Each of the two anti-inflammatory vehicles was topically applied on in vivo human skin and also on samples of VitroSkin“ (synthetic material with properties similar to those of real skins.ESTUDO DE OTIMIZAÇÃO DE PROTOCOLO UTILIZANDO A TÉCNICA FOTOACÚSTICA Sergio Luiz de Oliveira. thus generating acoustic waves. The design of a specific photoacoustic cell depends on the sample under study and may be closed (the sample is enclosed inside the photoacoustic chamber) or open (the sample itself closes the chamber). The development of new efficient in vitro methodologies for © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 41 July 16 . Pasin.¨50% and 100% of full sunlight) in growth. Paulo Roxo Barja Predicting the solar protection factor (SPF) and investigating the efficacy of ultraviolet absorbers ingredients are extremely important items for the cosmetic industry. 60 Hz. through photoacoustic measurements. The results obtained show that plants maintained under low light intensity levels (25% of sunlight) presented higher height. 110V.comparatively. PREVISÃO DO FATOR DE PROTEÇÃO SOLAR DE FORMULAÇÕES COSMÉTICAS . Twenty samples were used for each device. were monitored before. Besides growth analysis. popularly known as Caninha do Brejo. Photoacoustic measurements indicated higher photosynthetic rate for plants grown under 50% of full sunlight. 110V. leaf area and number of leaves. and the second one with LED generated light. Paulo Roxo Barja The aim of the present work was to evaluate the effect of different radiance levels (25%. CÉLULAS FOTOACÚSTICAS PARA MEDIDAS EM MATERIAIS BIOLÓGICOS: PROJETOS E APLICAÇÕES Rafael Furtado de Paiva. biomass allocation. model Translux. 2006. 45-220W. A. ESTUDO FOTOACÚSTICO DAS PROPRIEDADES DE PENETRAÇÃO DE ARNICA MONTANA DE USO TÓPICO NA PELE HUMANA Rita de Cássia Perni Rossi. produced by KULZER. Paulo Roxo Barja The photoacoustic technique is based upon the production of acoustic waves generated by the absorption of modulated or pulsed light by a sample. during and after photoactivation. photoacoustic measurements were performed in order to evaluate comparatively the photosynthetic activity rate of plants submitted to different light intensity regimes. This makes the photoacoustic technique a particularly useful tool in the study biological samples. Standardized samples of a commonly used composite in dental offices. color A3. 4W. Through photoacoustic measurements. These waves can be detected by a microphone inside the photoacoustic cell. de Campos. Santos.

Santos. Juliano Schimiguel Este artigo trata da nutrição parenteral total (NPT). and others. In past recent years. 2006. que pode ser administrado por via periférica ou central. Application results are presented and analyzed. Neural Networks.19. Aline Akabochi Fabreti. Nota-se que as perdas acontecem. SP Michelly Baldovinotti. following validated and worldwide accepted methodologies like those regulated by FDA (USA). Akebo Yamakami This paper has the purpose to present how data mining technique can be applied in the medical area. several works on data exploration in databases has been done using artificial intelligence as: Fuzzy System.these investigations is an essential condition for the evolution of sunscreens. o estudo nos mostra a viabilidade na utilização de bolsas industrializadas para adultos. BRAZIL . As bolsas industrializadas apresentam uma validade de 24 meses. COLIPA (Europe) and JCIA (Japan). ESTUDO DA FORMAÇÃO DE SUBPRODUTOS TÓXICOS NA CLORAÇÃO DE EFLUENTES DE LAGOAS FACULTATIVAS E AVALIAÇÃO DE TOXICIDADE AGUDA EM BIOENSAIOS COM DAPHNIA SIMILIS Luís Fernando Rossi Léo. However. By elementary forms of the basin resulting special models may aid towards compressive satellite image. and to propose a system based on fuzzy set theory to assist the specialist to take de decisions. due to reasons as the high costs and time consumption of in vivo SPF determination. Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires Considering hydrographical area of Alto-Tiete linked to the metropolitan system management and world reserve. Nearest Neighbor Classification. and c) the correlation between these techniques with labeled SPF. the elementary analyses have adopted spatial patterns of rationalized lines relating to each of the resources. UTILIZANDO SISTEMAS FUZZY PARA DIAGNÓSTICO DE CÂNCER DE ESÔFAGO Jorge Kawamura. Data mining can be seen as a part of more complex research area called Knowledge Discovery in Database (KDD). considering the inherent uncertainties found in the process. Dessa forma. como um método de alimentação à pacientes que possuem o trato digestivo não funcionante ou obstruído. Session PT2A A PERCEPÇÃO DA BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA DO ALTO TIETÊ-SP INSERIDA NA REGIÃO METROPOLITANA DE SÃO PAULO. The study here presented evaluates: a) different substrates. urban structures and expressive associated to urban cluster formation in water areas. foi realizado em uma Farmácia Hospitalar da cidade de Campinas. BRASIL Ajibola Isau Badiru. The most adequate test for assessing the efficacy of sunscreens is the in vivo (in humans) SPF determination. Para tratar do assunto. the main aim is to identify areas and test the validity of different environment elements vectors that may aid comprehensive urban water frontiers and zoning in landscape ecology. Roque Passos Piveli. principalmente. fire and air). Fevereiro e Março de 2005. However. AS VANTAGENS NA UTILIZAÇÃO DE NUTRIÇÃO PARENTERAL TOTAL MANIPULADAS X INDUSTRIALIZADAS: UM ESTUDO COMPARATIVO DE CUSTO E BENEFÍCIO NA CIDADE DE CAMPINAS. pelo fato de que as bolsas de NPT manipuladas devem ter o início de sua administração em 24 horas após sua preparação. b) the correspondence between in vitro photoacoustic spectroscopy and absorption spectroscopy with an integration sphere detector. the constant development of in vitro techniques able to predict the in vivo SPF is very important during the product development phase. Integrated approach has illustrated a simple set of techniques on a holistic method based on symbolic concept of four primary elements (water. This work focuses data mining using the concepts and techniques of Fuzzy System applied to esophagus cancer diagnostic. Elas podem ser industrializadas ou manipuladas. The urban component associated with the natural elements has revealed a hierarchical an urban frontier of strong metropolitan influence linked with treated Satellite imagery (Landsat-7 UTM RGB-453). relacionando a quantidade de bolsas solicitadas pelo hospital à farmácia de manipulação e a quantidade de bolsas desprezadas por vencimento. land. um estudo nos meses de Janeiro. The main objective of this work is to mine relevant information about the esophagus cancer to help in the diagnostic. Mônica Medeiros © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 42 July 16 . K-means Clustering.

Ca. revealed increasing amount of organic compounds from waste waters. Elizabeth Sonoda Keiko Dantas. Fand Cl-. Ni. Cu. Zn. Hg. Ca. Pires The quality and the characteristics of the "Vale-do-Ribeira” Region rivers are very important to this area preservation. P. Mg. Otomo. They were analyzed by high precision liquid chromatography (HPLC) technique to verify some pesticides presence. Brito. Osvaldo Beltrame F. Martins. ESTADO TRÓFICO DA BARRAGEM JACARECICA I – SERGIPE – BRASIL Marinoé Gonzaga da Silva. This demands recovering actions as soon as possible. B. The degraded fraction of Cerrado at that time was 30. Caio Cezar Martins Santini. BRAZIL . K. These compounds depurate within in a few hundred meters down the crook-head due to low deep profile of the stream. to verify and assist to adjust the treatment process at the governmental norms. Fourteen elements determined were: Ag. The industrial growth. Otávio Luiz Bottecchia Since 1965 there has been anthropic activity in Salto Brook (Uberlândia industrial region. in many tests. Carlos F. Marycel Elena Barboza Cotrim. All dechlorinated samples presents lesser acute toxicity that the only chlorinated samples. AVALIAÇÃO DA QUALIDADE DA ÁGUA TRATADA DA REGIÃO DE SANTO ANDRÉ Maria Nogueira Marques. NO3-. water quality if Salto Brook grows worse. Mg. Mn. Zn. The selected chemical. are lesser that potability standard the Brazilian Health Department. EVOLUÇÃO DA QUALIDADE DA ÁGUA NO CÓRREGO DO SALTO E DE SUAS CERCANIAS Luiz Alfredo Pavanin. along the middle and lower stream. V. SO42-. Cotrim. AVALIAÇÃO DE ALGUNS COMPOSTOS ORGÂNICOS EM AMOSTRAS DE ÁGUA VISANDO À CARACTERIZAÇÃO DO DESCARTE DE ESTAÇÕES DE TRATAMENTO DE ÁGUAS DA BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA DO RIO RIBEIRA DE IGUAPE Elâine A. MG). P. extracted and pre-concentrated in SPE columns.This paper has the objective to evaluate the trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids formation during facultative stabilization ponds chlorination. José do Patrocínio Hora Alves The objective of this study was to evaluate the trophic state of water and to identify the limiting nutrient of Jacarecica I reservoir (Sergipe. K. Brasil). The sampling period covered June 2005 to March 2006. and during chlorination of these effluents after post-treatment by air-dissolved flotation. sampled nearby coordinates 18∞ 51’ 12. J. basic sanitation and the life quality has grown. Marycel E. in all tests. Fe. 2006. AAS and Ion Chromatography for 30 elements. from the Ribeira de Iguape Basin rivers. In a long-term perspective. Maria Ap. F. which favors solar light absorption and water oxygenation. being that Brazilian legislation about effluents is omissive about this compounds. NO3-. The results shows that the formed amounts of trihalometanos. Cristina Sisti. Helenice Leite Garcia. Marques. of 80 ug/L. the increasing number of inhabitants and the higher agricultural productivity come changing the landscape of this region. Acute Toxicity tests with Daphinia Similis had been realized with these effluents with and whitout chlorination. Carlos Alexandre Borges Garcia. in collected water from discarding of two of the ETA's on the São Lourenço river. from 2001 to 2006. Al. surpass the standard praised for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA).7”S. 58∞ 17’ 19. The concentrations of these elements were compared to the Brazilian Drinking Water Standard (Legislation Portaria n∞518/MS/04) which has shown that the levels of all these elements were below the maximum allowed concentration of the Brazilian Legislation. Fe. However. The objective of this work is to characterize the "Water Treatment Stations" discarding water. PO43-. without chlorination. Na. chlorinated and dechlorinated. Ba. Juliana I. The preserved Cerrado area was the greater fraction in the basin. Regular chemical analysis of the head water. Se. F.4% of Salto Brook hydrographical basin. The concern on water resources. Sn. Metals and ions which were analyzed are: Ag.and Cl-. of 100 ug/L. B. As. Na. with or without chlorination and dechlorination presents lesser acute toxicity (LC 50) to the facultative ponds effluent. physical and biological © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 43 July 16 . The samples were filtered. Maria N. Cr. Reinaldo Esteves de Mendonça. Santos. Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires The main objective has focused on the evaluation of the water quality supplied by the water treated distributed from the SEMASA in Santo André . Pb. Cd. Al. Mo. because is necessary to guarantee clean and secure water for the future generations. Twenty eight water samples were analyzed by ICP-OES. Sb. SO42-.3”W. the formed amounts of haloacetic acids.SP. Ba. Tânia Grigoletto. The acute toxicity tests shows that the post-treated effluent.19. Co. using Trophic State Index (TSI) of Carlson.

enclosing. temperature. displacement and rank of the covers of the culverts. the movements and the forces generated for it. that is. Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior The rise of the temperature in the atmosphere of the land.20 X 0. the present work considers the project of a ground handling equipment in the withdrawal. BRAZIL . associate to the gravity and the rotation of the land. It was analyzed the environment of development of the work. Mercedes Puga Las Casas. the implications for the health of the worker. The limiting nutrient in the reservoir was nitrogen during the dry season and phosphorus during the rainy season. the improvement of practical of the work and the economic relation of the implantation of the instrument. PADRÃO PREFEITURA MUNICIPAL DE SÃO PAULO COM DIMENSÕES MÁXIMAS DE 1. Based on TSI. occurring reduction of the trophic state from the river to the dam. as well as the positions adopted in the execution of the task. in our complexity of values. stimulated basically for the solar energy (solar irradiation).07 M Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço. transparency. The alterations that occur in a global scene that if develops in a clear-cut space. Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço The century XX registered significant progresses with relationship to the understanding on the existent life forms in the planet and on the own human beings. faiths and forms of social organization. The objective of this article is to identify and to analyze these alterations. ANÁLISE DE RISCO APLICADO A INDÚSTRIA DA CONSTRUÇÃO CIVIL Pedro José da Silva. total phosphorus. Aiming at the improvement in the work conditions and better performance in the activity. ammonia. it understands that it can have the domain on them. DESLOCAMENTO E RECOLOCAÇÃO DE TAMPAS DE BUEIRO (BOCA DE LOBO) RETANGULAR. Santos.parameters were: pH. the practical form of the exercise of the activity. where mensurations registered in the form writing were accomplished and photographic of some handrails installed in ramps. dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll a. depending on the season and on the sampling location. therefore they consist in a phenomenon that affects directly or indirectly with greater or minor intensity the different portions of the environment of which the man is part. CORRIMÃO ERGONÔMICO PARA RAMPA DE MULTIUSUÁRIOS Geraldo José Peres. total nitrogen.19. demanding an analysis and/or study of the ambient impacts the one that give origin. The concentrations of all nutrients were higher in the rainy season than the dry season. what it occurs mainly in the reservoirs of the hydrelectric plants. Hélio Marcos da Silva. electrical conductivity. has as immediate effect an increase of the evaporation potential and consequently an increase in the amount and intensity of precipitations. Aparecida Hatanaka. It is placed as challenge the object of study and interventions. With that study it can be concluded that the handrail in ramp that was presented assists most of the people in its ergonomic aspect. Session PT2B FERRAMENTA PARA RETIRADA. Willian Carlos de Souza The activity of maintenance and urban cleanness of public ways presents ergonomic risks to the health of the worker. 2006. Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior The workmanships of civil engineering are understood as modification workmanships of the environment. The project looked for parameters established in the effective norms of the city of São Paulo and in the daily observations. enter the surface of the land and the atmosphere. The values of total phosphorus. even so not if it considers e. The increase of the evaporation occurs notedly when the availability of the surface is raised of water. dissolved oxygen and chlorophyll a exceeded the limits established on Resolution nº 375/05 of CONAMA for classes 1 e 2. The objective of that study went propose a handrail project in ramp that is ergonomic for multiuser. Wilson Aroma. nitrate.70 X 0. ALTERAÇÃO NO CICLO HIDROLOGÓGICO DEVIDO AOS RESERVATÓRIOS DAS USINAS HIDRELÉTRICAS Pedro José da Silva. The respect to the human diversity drives us to observe that the people possess different abilities and some need special conditions. The analysis the one that this article if relates allows © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 44 July 16 . Francisco Carlos da Silva. Ricardo Francisco Cabanas. has in the antropogenic actions its main causes. the reservoir classification varied from eutrophic to oligotrophic. nitrite.

we can cite the city of Guarulhos. The objective of this article is to formulate and to implant measured. meet modified extremely. BRAZIL . some countries of the Europe. demands some cares. RENATURALIZAÇÃO DOS CURSOS D’ÁGUA Pedro José da Silva. for the man. Alexandre Las Casas. Mercedes Puga Las Casas The decade of 70. more specifically the place of waters. to preserve the natural areas of flooding and to hinder any uses that make impracticable such function. produces great impactation in this water course. beyond its waters being able to present in different stretches of the river. from the ground. attended a new use of the ground that consisted of the inadequate destination of residues. therefore its together localization the different highways. being or thing. the job of technologies that favor its permanence in one same place. Session PT2C PARTICIPAÇÃO PÚBLICA NO CASO DA SHELL VILA CARIOCA: CONTRIBUIÇÃO PARA O PROJETO DE LEI EM SÃO PAULO Flávia S. the heading of champion in areas of inadequate destination. The objective of this article inhabits in the necessity of identification and spreading of the techniques of recovery of these areas in function of the destination of the residues. 2006. to control or to reduce the existing risks in an industrial installation of the civil construction. is placed as if it was not e. keeping operating it inside of tolerable considered requirements of security. Conceição Aparecida Viude. being thus the physical portion of the environment that corresponds to waters. even so the man is part of these portions. the rectification of meander. continuously it tries to keep them on its domain. in areas without control some. administrative procedures technician and that allow to prevent. in specific. the developed study has as objective to recoup rivers and streams in order to regenerate next possible biota natural. "rivers".19. In Brazil as example of the displayed one. REMEDIAÇÃO DE SÍTIOS CONTAMINADOS Pedro José da Silva. or still one or more conditions of an 0 variable with potential to cause damages. particularly of the dangerous ones. favored the development of a privileged industrial park e. The objective of this study is to intimately identify good or the bad one of the ground on to the advance of the technology generated for the man. through the regular handling or of programs of recovery of the nature and.to identify and to evaluate the elements and/or situations. gives from the use of methodologies of experimental character and or mathematician for the determination of the values of the risks taxes to the displayed population. The concept of recovery of the nature of rivers. normally. The first told cases of contamination of decurrent areas of inadequate discharges of dangerous residues mention the United States of America and Holland to it. Marcatto. Josevaldo Alves Nascimento The boarding of the subject recovery of the nature applied to Brazil. present physical dimensions that correspond to a Brazilian state. The development of the evaluation of the danger possibility. a biogeophysics and another partner-economic-cultural one. Cyro Bernardes Junior © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 45 July 16 . Conceição Aparecida Viude. different types of pollution. bringing for the city of the RMSP. in an installation. Josevaldo Alves Nascimento The environment that constitutes the hydrographic basin that contributes for the maintenance of a water course is composed for two portions. that comes forcing it to adopt it two types of attitudes. that cause situations that threaten the existence of a person. originating in everybody. has resulted in the land scarcity. The use of the ground. therefore. Carlos Celso do Amaral e Silva. therefore any hydraulical workmanship as example. The necessity of the man in taking care of its psychosomatic necessities is verified in the two presented scenes. to the industrial activities of the civil construction. used in this article is loaned of that one used in the basic lines of the recovery of the nature of rivers of the Europe and. in the decade of 70. being that many industrial residues had been and continue being deposited. thousand of contaminated places. what it can result in beneficial or adverse impacts in the diverse portions of the hydrographic basin. Santos. an inadequate final destination of residues. IMPACTO DA BACIA HIDROGRÁFICA NOS CURSOS DE ÁGUA Pedro José da Silva. aiming at to take care of the sustainable conditions. to know: the land search new and.

SP. commig from the © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 46 July 16 . PRODUÇÃO DE XILANASE POR PENICILLIUM CHRYSOGENUM EM MEIO CONTENDO BIOMASSA LIGNOCELULÓSICA Lígia Aíra de Medeiros. Anna Cristina Kira. The main findings were: that the existence of the law will improve the management of the case. in health area. in Pituba district.This paper has the objective to contribute to the discussion of public participation in the law project for contaminated sites at the State of São Paulo. The aim was developed focusing the viability study of implementation of environment management system in a hospital in Sorocaba. APROVEITAMENTO DA VINHAÇA: VIABILIDADE AMBIENTAL E ECONÔMICA Belinda de Cássia Manfredini.19. BRAZIL . Érika Tamanaha. using project of reorganization of the maritime edge. coconut fiber or rice hull. which was very interesting to understand how the conflicts can start. discussing public open space transformations and activities of leisure developed by the users in each time. Although. environmental state officials. Bruno Rógora Kawano. ESTUDO DA VIABILIDADE DE IMPLANTAÇÃO DO SISTEMA DE GESTÃO AMBIENTAL EM SERVIÇOS DE SAÚDE Belinda de Cássia Manfredini. city council members and. Rita Dione Araújo Cunha This work shows the urban evolution of a public open space named “Parque Jardim dos Namorados”.industry representative. it wasn’t achieved the same xylanase activity obtained in the medium containing sugar cane straw. mainly due to the inductors which need to be present in the culture medium.. This space is situated in Salvador´s seafront. Cláudia Shizue Tanabe Barreto. Santos. The results showed different views and expectations about the problem for each actor. Andrea Matsue Sugui.A. in special hospital and clinic unities. now being under discussion at the State Congress. It treats of public interventions in the city of Salvador. The purpose of this work was to evaluate the xylanase production by the IFO4626 strain of Penicillium chrysogenum in mineral medium containing as carbon source sugar cane straw. Rudy Forti Crocomo Technical norma of the Companhia de Saneamento e Tecnologia Ambiental – CETESB. In 1999. NGO people. The xylanase production in these agroindustrial wastes was evaluated in different culture times (24h. procedures and guides are been used with success. in the media containing coconut fiber and rice hull in 120h. public attorneys. 48h. The work used the AARHUS CONVENTION three pillars. Silvia Maria Guerra Molina The xylanase production by microorganisms has a high cost. although these unities are listed by CETESB like potencial sources because created residue and wastewater throw in the environment. public participation and access to the justice to evaluate the Shell Vila Carioca Contamination Case at the City of São Paulo.231/2005 determines the amount of potassium salts that can be applied in soils through the vinaça irrigation. The methodology used were interviews with all main actors involved as local population. journalist. However. José Carlos Crocomo. including religious meetings and public parties to understand the processes of users daily participation. access to information. number P4. Text and images also show the garden since end of the decade of 60 until nowadays. 72h. Brazil. we know a little about environment management possibilities. Marcos Pinto Monteiro de Oliveira. the space had been reformed and after that it started to be used by the neighborhood and people of other parts of the city so that this space is considered a pilot project for others public open space. but the public participation should be detailed more deep and some recommendations regarding improvements were made. which searches to insert in the worldwide market. As control treatment it was used the same mineral medium containing as carbon source oat spelt xylan P. The media containing sugar cane straw and coconut fiber were equivalent to the control medium at the 72-hour period. Patrícia Bezerra da Silva The environmental management system (EMS) consists in prevention aspects survey that involved pollution control and prevention. In many industries the norm about environment management. LAZER NO PARQUE JARDIM DOS NAMORADOS (SALVADOR-BAHIA) Maria Luiza Rabelo Dias Trindade. 96h and 120h) at 25ºC and 150rpm. 2006.

from cobber and silver plates as in the old daguerreothipes to the modern screens of cell phones. the types of communication that it can promote and its participation in the studies of Social Communication. as well degradation of pastures and deposition of soil on the reservoirs. A FOTOGRAFIA COMO MÍDIA: UMA CONTRIBUIÇÃO AOS ESTUDOS DA FOTOGRAFIA EM COMUNICAÇÃO SOCIAL Ivany Sevarolli The photograph demands a triple presence: a photographer.distillery of alcohol. The biggest coefficient of similarity observed between two areas was of 38. Santos.3%) and the tiririca species (Cyperacea) the biggest constancy (100%). For phenolic composites with extration in water was observed acid benzoic. In extration with methanol we observe peaks for acid benzoic > acid anisic > acid ferulic. This study tried to show like an sugar and alcohol industry should behave to adapt this paper from CETESB. It was verified species white mauve (Malvaceae) was the one that presented greater density (0. it has led to a reduction in the capacity of cattle occupation. and Freud's Psychology combined to Peirce Semiotics. every photograph brings the intention of producing and showing an image/information about something. a great variety of photographic visual media. this study aims to considering photograph as midia. When extracted in water we observe acid maleico > acid citric. In relation to the extration in water we observe Mg > K. made real by the photographic object. 2006.88 individual/m2) the anileira species (leguminosae) the biggest relative frequency (93. The objective of this work was to evaluate the possible occurrence of these plants as indicating of ambient degradation of the pastures in this region. On the other hand. something or somebody to be photographed and a spectator for the image obtained. So. therefore the plants constitute an important source of biological active natural products. associated to the lack of programs of nutrients reposition. in extraction with methanol. this research takes an emphasis in the authorial comics segment that attends to the self needs and comprobated may be exported. UTILIZAÇÃO DE PLANTAS INFESTANTES COMO INDICADORAS DE DEGRADAÇÃO AMBIENTAL EM PASTAGENS NA ÁREA DE INFLUÊNCIA DO COMPLEXO DE URUBUPUNGÁ Sérgio Luís de Carvalho. In relation to the solvent hexano we observe a small peak for the acid succinic. In the results of the chemical analyses they had been observed in leaves extracts of Rhizophora. BRAZIL . every photographic image has materialithy. For the protocol of acid carboxylic. Session PT3A NEUROMARKETING OF COMICS Flávio Mario de Alcântara Calazans The Comics market may be ordained in product segments with an evident motivation in buyers decision how a trilogy based in Maslow's motivational Psychology.5%. The inadequate management. Hélio Ricardo Silva The region of Hidro-Electrics Power Plants of Urubupungá complex is occupied predominantly for grass. going through its characteristic of means of communication. Maria Bernadete Gonçalves Martins The objective of this work is to make chemical studies through capillary electrophoresis so that its chemical composition can be described. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 47 July 16 .19. when extracted in dichloromethane two peaks had been observed: acid maleico > acid succinic. and as it is possible to modify its fermentation/distillery process to minimize the vinaça production and to reduce its transportad irrigation costs. Based on this words. ANÁLISE DOS CONSTITUINTES QUÍMICOS DE FOLHAS DE RHIZOPHORA MANGLE (RHIZOPHORACEAE) Ana Paula Marconi. Zn > In > Ca. Presence of weeds is another factor that can characterize the level of degradation of the pastures.

The study takes into account the parameters. these challenges. as well as identify the media that was considered important for the transmission of information about health. Tourism and Cultural Valorisation .Laboratory of Technology. It aims to identify how the students from the Tourism Technical Course of João de Oliveira Botas State School are perceiving the intersection of tourism and culture. Emmanuel Paiva de Andrade This paper is part of the monograph “‘Búzios. E to the long one of the evolution centuries we arrive at the conclusion of because of this concern: pretty people are more easily accepted. 2006. It was adopted the case study method and the main instrument of approach was the semi-structured interview. Business and Environment Management / Fluminense Federal University . all seasons!’ The relation between Education. operating dynamically as the technological evolution in its branch of activity. Specifically studied was the progression from planning process to receipt of the booklet Live Better and Longer. A JORNADA ETERNA DO SER HUMANO EM BUSCA DA BELEZA Evelyn Regina de Souza Santos. Session PT3B ENGENHARIA E DESENVOLVIMENTO SUSTENTÁVEL Antonio Francisco Savi. The advertising if using to advantage of this established an ideal model of beauty and this body-product is the weapon for convincing them to consume. Eduardo Vila Gonçalves Filho.19. With all this communication we wait to create a conscience in the population and our professionals of the advertising to improve the relationships in our social environment. Organization followed procedures according with elderly health policy. diagnostics and proposals established on the national and state tourism plans . Adriana Delfino dos Santos. Our goals were to analyze form and content of the instrument. RECOMENDAÇÃO DE USO E MONITORAMENTO DE COMPOSTO DE LIXO URBANO EM AGRICULTURA Renato da S. Because of inadequate research.PNT and PLANTUR. qualitatively evaluate effectiveness of the informative content of the publication for the target public. Resources had been invented to help the human being to seem prettier. according to the vision of the target public. the organization did not adequately consider the preferences of the receiver in the choice of form and content of messages. ESPECIFICAÇÃO DE REQUISITOS DO SISTEMA INTELIGENTE PARA DIAGNÓSTICO. are necessary witch remained in permanent improvement. This work describes which and how these engineering can help in this meantime. TURISMO E VALORIZAÇÃO DA CULTURA – ESTUDO DE CASO DO TECTUR/CEJOB Sandra Regina dos Anjos Oliveira. Santos. its suitability for the target public. BRAZIL . TODA TEMPORADA!” A RELAÇÃO EDUCAÇÃO. demonstrating some works of success for the sustainable development in some areas. communications experts and health service staff. Great part of this technology it happens on several areas of engineering with the most varied techniques and boarding to keep the sustainable development. de Deus. “BÚZIOS.LATEC/UFF. Erika Monteiro de Souza e Savi The organizations have increased over the last few years their technology that costs high taxes of technological innovation and get higher competitiveness level and consequently challenges trying to keep a sustainable environment. Fábio Cesar da Silva © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 48 July 16 . presented to the Master Course in Management Systems .Case Study of TECTUR/CEJOB”. they obtain to conquer its objectives more quickly. Cristina Munhão Gonçalves Since the beginning of the times the human being if worries about its appearance. nowadays it has most diverse things to assist men and women if to become more attractive. Indeed.A MELHOR MÍDIA PARA INFORMAR IDOSOS SOBRE SAÚDE E QUALIDADE DE VIDA Devani Salomão de Moura Reis This thesis research examines public communications carried out by the Ministry of Health targeted to the elderly population that utilizes public health services in the city of São Paulo and the attitude in response to these communications. Of the product what it is they are the wonders that it is capable to make for its life.

as empresas são cada vez mais pressionadas a adotarem comportamentos mais responsáveis em relação à sociedade e ao meio ambiente. defined for this study as community. Based on theoretical approach. QUINTAIS DOMÉSTICOS: CONHECIMENTO. specialized worker. balanço social e comunicação empresarial.6% for pets. specially of the workers. 35. State of São Paulo. The process of development of Knowledge-Based System (KBS) was adopted and the current phase in execution is the "Implementation of the KBS". The functional requirements are grouped in: Functional requirements. Márcia Regina da Silva. an archetype was used to elucidate the main functional requirements of the processes contained in the system: Engineering of the Knowledge. Isto tudo nos dá um enorme potencial para erradicar a pobreza no século XXI. o surgimento de novas tecnologias. Silvia Maria Guerra Molina Present study intends to identify different uses for the home backyards of the pre-school children families in Piracicaba county. BRAZIL . together the young workers insertion. in their home. Em nenhum outro momento da história tivemos mais riqueza. with the aging people reinsertion. On the contrary. Miguel Normanha Arantes Filho This essay focus on the reinsertion of aging worker. O BALANÇO SOCIAL COMO INSTRUMENTO ESTRATÉGICO DE COMUNICAÇÃO EMPRESARIAL. Com isso. Neste cenário. Technical. Furthermore.19. Quality and Maintenance. it also leads to some nutritional and economical benefits. os investimentos estrangeiros e os meios de comunicação em expansão estimulam o crescimento econômico e o progresso humano. and 36. Also the paradigm of cycle of life of software development was adopted "Spiral" and. Brazil. the valorization and perpetuation of local culture. Osvaldo Luiz Golçalves Quelhas This article aims to identify the different individual and corporate purposes. its use contributes to diffusion of technological knowledge and practices for its cultivation. Operational. connected to the productive sector of micro. For all these reasons. tecnologia e compromisso com as comunidades mundiais. and on a secondary but a still important way. starting from the possibility of a conscious and moral development of the involved stakeholders. small and middle companies. A crescente interdependência da vida das pessoas apela para valores e compromissos compartilhados em prol do desenvolvimento humano de todos os povos. The study of this question is justified by necessity of a great commitment and effort from each society sector on creation of a new paradigm to the work. with satisfaction and dignity in cluster. Recommendation of agricultural Use of the MUG and Monitorig the Area of Application of the MUG. Este artigo faz uma revisão conceitual sobre responsabilidade social. resulting on a sustainable development. bringing as consequence the permanence of new generations on their communities. Diagnosis of the Quality of the MUG. Marta Fanchin O aumento do comércio. the backyard have very light negative impact on the environment. GESTÃO DE PESSOAS: PERSPECTIVA DA SUSTENTABILIDADE HUMANA Sidney da Silva Aride. Santos. The findings show that 85. Around 28% of these families used it for food and for medicine plants and herbs (remedies). using a sample of 3996 questionaires. and preserving “in situ” diversity of species. REISENSERÇÃO DO TRABALHADOR IDOSO NO MERCADO DE TRABALHO: CLUSTER É UMA ALTERNATIVA? Flávio Henrique dos Santos Foguel. It advocates the acquired experience by aging people during the years as a knowledge multiplier. it is considered that the dependence of Human Sustainability is related to the corporate development. TRADIÇÃO E UTILIDADES NO MUNICÍPIO DE PIRACICABA (SP) Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento. Maria Elisa de Paula Eduardo Garavello.The work presents the experience of the Embrapa and institutions partners in the use of techniques of the specification of functional requirements in the development of an intelligent system (IS) of support to the diagnosis of the quality and the use recommendation of the made up of urban garbage (MUG) in ground agricultural. and to maintain the social traditions transmitted by their parents.8% of the sample families had a backyard. Flávio Henrique dos Santos Foguel. for they mean food complement of family daily needs. the home backyards offer relevant contributions for human adaptability to its environment. buscando demonstrar a importância estratégica do balanço social para a comunicação da empresa com todos os seus stakeholders. From ecological point of view. conceitos relacionados à responsabilidade social empresarial ganham cada vez mais força no volátil cenário empresarial. 2006. in result. It is proposed at the People © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 49 July 16 .4% for other purposes.

Management area a scale synthesizing the different phases of meaning of the institutional reality. the influence in the agricultural products quality. Paula K. between micro and macro technologies. P. the study tried to understand the conceptual questions concerning the Conscience Levels and the Moral Development Stages referring to People Management in Brazilian Organizations. This largeness indicates an existing relation between micro and macro organisms. Vieira. flexibility and sensitivity stop with the social problems of the environment and the quality of life. the engineer must come back to combine it the community. Mercedes Puga Las Casas. The patients are placed in these beds through the use of bad dimensioned and not safety leaders. the singular contribution brought by the understanding of the ethical consideration through a methodology to transdisciplinary with contents on ethics. being potential targets of new injuries or falls. The strategy applied to the qualitative nature was the descriptive method based on bibliographical research as well case study. the soil is well comprehended than the others. Wilson Aroma. associating with aspects that promote a sustainable human people management improvement of the conscience levels and the organization moral. This work presents as result the first prototype of an electro mechanic bed. by means of the research. Among those. relationship and the intrinsic values related to the subject. It is also standed out. which is the case of the humidity. RESPONSABILIDADE SOCIAL: RELEVÂNCIA DA DIMENSÃO SOCIAL NA ENGENHARIA Conceição Aparecida Viude. P. Therefore. P. beyond if recycle and being always brought up to date to answer to the dynamism of the market.19. Santos. The results obtained contribute as a fundamental reference to future works in the application of the rehabilitation engineering in the solution and satisfaction of visible necessities of patients and health professionals in daily routine. committing itself to the sustainable development. Manuel M. Inside of this context. PERSPECTIVA DA SUSTENTABILIDADE HUMANA NAS ORGANIZAÇÕES: ESTUDO DE CASO EM INSTITUIÇÃO PÚBLICA FEDERAL BRASILEIRA Sidney da Silva Aride. Session PT3C STUDY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ACTUATOR TO A MEDICAL CONSULTATION BED Manuel M. Pedro José da Silva The article considers to reflect on the social responsibility of the engineer in this century XXI. In addition. Reimbold. BRAZIL . Elenita C. adaptation. of the auto-learning. the necessity to include urgently. This situation contributed to the improvement of the electro mechanic beds’ project utilized in the doctor’s office. which is manipulated through the use of a remote control. the most adequate sensors to the air humidity measuring in the plantation and cultivation of the agricultural products. Osvaldo Luiz Golçalves Quelhas This research aims to investigate the practices of the Sustainable Management. weather and clime environment conditions. Paula K. P. in especial. the results were the relation between the originally concepts of the bibliography research and the perception of the Sustainability Human concept proceeding from the application of the questionnaire. being them described according to the basic air properties measures. this work aims to codify the knowledge in order to identify. B. adapted to the physical conditions of the patient and to help the medical processes of diagnosis and treatment. and consequently. The research was realized through a form that contains the aspects of the behavior. Bonamigo. in the formation of the engineer. So. 2006. philosophy and arts helping this new engineer compromised to its professional identity. Vieira The beds to medical consultation present rigid. Moacir Eckhart. a questionnaire was applied to the technicals and managers from the specific Technical Directory of a Federal Public Autarchy. REVISION OF MACRO AND MICRO TECHNOLOGIES USED TO SENSOR THE AIR HUMIDITY Fabiano Salvadori. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 50 July 16 . related to the characteristics that defines the Human Sustainability. Weather and clime result of the atmosphere conditions study in short and long period of time. Reimbold The agriculture success is closely bound to the plants genetic structure and to the soil. heavy and ergonically inappropriate structure. So that the technology if develops with a narrower bond with the necessities and the good of the society.

19. still more if we consider the aspects of his integration as part of the organizational strategies. in some situations if they come across with problems that involve fast and economic solutions and of the necessity to apply the methods adequately. BRAZIL . It is concluded then of the importance of the theme. It is observed the importance of the theme now mainly in great commercial condominiums. Abessa. 2006. A MANUTENÇÃO PREDIAL INTEGRADA COM AS ESTRATÉGIAS ORGANIZACIONAIS Wilson Aroma. without establishing a larger importance as for the aspects of the administration of the property maintenance. Conceição Aparecida Viúde. being shown important for the academy and for the society. therefore. The objective of this article is to identify the macrodraining workmanships. Conceição Aparecida Viude This study aimed at to correlate the theoretical beginnings concerning the adults' learning. Josevaldo Alves Nascimento. what it has caused an increase of waterproofed areas. with the integrated of the maintenance implantation of administrations with the service-middle of the companies. with researches developed in companies. Silva Maria Sartor © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 51 July 16 . printing to the labor a significant learning. besides intrinsic factors to the individual that learns. not existing the same concern on the processes of administration of the property maintenance. Santos. Carlos Augusto de Sampaio França. with the need of the promotion of studies aiming at the improvement of procedures. Existent studies are centered in technical aspects. Adriana Camejo da Silva. Pedro José da Silva. The bad use of the Technology Computer science and the Statistics harms the general analysis that if makes from a case study that used adequately in the solution of problems allows to infer resulted more necessary preparing the pupils to face new situations. In practice of the organizational learning it was observed that the creation of the knowledge in the companies is a process that begins in the individual level and it is enlarged towards organization as a completely. S. the learning depends. Áurea Maria Ciotti. of the extrinsic factors as the organizational atmosphere. to understand its functioning in order to prevent floodings due the contributions of the urban basin. Pedro José da Silva. Francisco Carlos da Silva. to know: constructions of canals coated or not with bigger capacity of transport that the natural canal and the basins of detention and. Session EW1A RESEARCH PROJECT CIRSAN: ANALYSIS OF THE SEASONAL VARIABILITY OF THE CIRCULATION IN THE ESTUARY OF SANTOS (SP) Joseph Harari. direct or indirect form in deep of valley that collect pluvial waters proceeding from the microdraining system or not. Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior In the great urban centers the system of urban draining. Wilson Aroma. Of the point of view of the Education. understood as microdraining has revealed inefficient. has demanded great interventions of engineering. For the literature an evolution is verified in the administration of the maintenance works with emphasis in industrial productive processes. MACRODRENAGEM EM ÁREAS AFETADAS PELA URBANIZAÇÃO Pedro José da Silva. damages and risks of floodings. A CORRELAÇÃO DOS PRINCÍPIOS TEÓRICOS DA APRENDIZAGEM E O PROCESSO DE APRENDIZAGEM NAS ORGANIZAÇÕES EMPRESARIAIS Wilson Aroma. Alexandre LasCasas This study aims at to verify the importance of the property maintenance inside of the business strategies. It can be concluded that the problems of the daily of the companies serve as triggers of the involved individuals' reflection. had the expansion in the occupation of the hydrographical basins. because knowing the proposed correlations a conceptual model can be formalized that explains the involved aspects. Pedro José Silva The present work has as objective to show to the importance in the together preparation to the pupils of the courses of Engineering how much to the use and statistical manuscript of contents and methods. In the this deep of valley draining he is normally clear-cut.IMPORTANCE OF THE EDUCATION OF STATISTICS IN ENGINEERING Mercedes Puga Las Casas. The removal of pluvial waters in excess of possible more efficient form in order to prevent upheavals. Denis M. exactly that a perennial water course does not exist. Wilson Aroma. Alexandre Las Casas.

water quality maintenance and biological processes research. Pinheiro Antifouling paints used in boats and ships hulls to avoid bioincrustation are frequently toxic to non-target organisms. phosphate and silicate) properties were monthly obtained in seven oceanographic stations located in Santos Bay and in Santos channel. Nested grids were used to increase the model resolution from 30’ to 15’.. dos Santos. Folha. Frederico Ostritz. in a process where the finer grids have boundary conditions specified by the coarser ones. ENVIRONMENTAL ACOUSTIC PARAMETERS IN COURSE OF GENERAL PHYSICS AND THEIR IMPACT ON HUMAN HEALTH Vladimir G. 5’. The main objective of the CIRSAN project is to determine the seasonal variability of the current system in Santos estuary. such as navigation security. Guanabara Bay. when a storm surge caused severe damages in Santos coastal region (SP. and has being studied in Brazil since 1997. Avenarius Sound. As a complementary objective. Flávia M. 2006. with activities that affect significant populations. especially in relation to the contamination of waters. Imposex is the imposition of male sexual characters like penis and vas deferens in females. Ancona. their analyses and the development of models.. Gianesella Vertical profiles of physical (temperature and salinity) and chemical (ammonium. frequency and other acoustic characteristics can certainly be considered among other environmental parameters as ones whose impact on human health plays a very important role. As a matter of fact. This region presents intense physical occupation. Fernanda M. Cintia M. Sabrina C. Brazil). This compound causes an endocrine disruption syndrome called imposex in more than 100 species of marine gastropods. Imposex is a very useful biomarker of organotin exposure. Irina A. Luiz Bruner de Miranda. 10’. Carlos Augusto de Sampaio França A three-dimensional hydrodynamical numerical model was implemented to the South and Tropical Atlantic Ocean.. The model allows the hydrodynamics detailing of any sub-domain through grid nesting. Daniela de O. that in some species can cause female sterility and death. with impacts in coastal and estuarine ecosystems. BRAZIL . there is interest to determine the seasonal variability of parameters of the water quality in Santos estuary. with resolution 0. da Silva. Santos. reaching a final grid spacing of about 200 m. results from 18 samplings of 30 adult individuals of the neogastropod Stramonita haemastoma population at Vermelha Beach. NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE STORM SURGE EFFECT ON 26 APRIL 2005 IN SANTOS COASTAL REGION (SP. These parameters should thoroughly be studied by students of any technical university and the ecological aspect is one of most important for a professor to focus his attention in order to provide students with all relevant information. RPSI and VDSI indexes is documented. The execution of the project requires a combination of field measurements. especially continental shelves or coastal regions. 1998 to February 2006 are reported.5° x 0. such as the maritime transport of the Port of Santos and the leisure and tourism in beaches of the Baixada Santista. The fieldwork was carried © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 52 July 16 . A decrease of imposex intensity. André Ribeiro de Rezende. Sônia M. Present publication is concerned with the reproduction of an extreme hydrodynamical condition that occured at the end of April 2005. with several technical and environmental applications. MONTHLY VARIATIONS OF PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OBSERVED IN SANTOS BAY AND SANTOS ESTUARINE CHANNEL Fernando Pinheiro Andutta. Michael R. and their correlation with the maritime circulation. this aspect is often neglected and the intensity of sound the students always load their ears with at their numerous discotheques is far beyond any acceptable safe levels. in the period from May. its intensity.5°. evaluated by RPLI. P. In this study. BRAZIL) Joseph Harari. as part of a project which aims to determine the influence of the Santos estuarine system on the adjacent continental shelf. M. F. Saldanha-Corrêa. Fernandez.The estuary of Santos and the adjacent coastal region constitute areas of great economic and social importance. Zakharov. with emphasis for the contrast winter – summer and the interaction between the tidal and residual circulations. and the significance of the reduction in organotin pollution discussed.19. from 85°S to 30°N and from 70°W to 25°E. The numerical simulations may also be used for operational predicitons of the coastal circulation. Marcos A. TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF IMPOSEX DEVELOPMENT IN STRAMONITA HAEMASTOMA IN GUANABARA BAY AT A FIXED SAMPLING STATION: RESULTS FROM 1998-2006. The most common biocide in these paints in Brazil is TBT (Tributyltin).

Session PW1A DISTRIBUIÇÃO GEOESPACIAL DOS ÓBITOS POR NEOPLASIA MALIGNA NO MUNICÍPIO DE JACAREÍ – S.94%) and prostate (9.5 m depth intervals.83%). Hydrographic structure was analyzed by the vertical profiles and T-S Diagram.98%).P. these inputs occurs through the channel plume along the whole year.41%). The obesity. The life quality of the population and their relationship with available health services shall be evaluated. BRAZIL . A COMPUTATIONAL FRAMEWORK HELPS PREVENTION AND COMBAT OF THE DENGUE DISEASE. Santos.BRAZIL Marcos José Negreiros Gomes. In the feminine gender.19. the mathematical model was developed starting from the population data according to IBGE.10%). with the energy use of biogas and the carbon credit trading. it was used a model proposed by IPCC and for the prediction of the garbage volume to be generated by the population. Nelson Maculan. The malignant neoplasm death rates in 2000-2002 period were bigger than Brazil and São Paulo State ones. Moacyr Machado Cardoso Junior The not transmittable Chronic Illnesses lead the ranking of causes of death in the Brazilian cities. To calculate the biogas volume generated in landfills. Philippe Michelon This work shows the importance of dengue as one of the major world tropical diseases provoked by zoonoses and WHO’s concern to bring the science improvements to this epidemiological field.R. The systems were designed mainly to shorten the time and improve the quality of the decision process. midwater and close to the bottom. prevalences were breast (26. João Jorge Souza dos Santos. cervix (10. Nutrients were sampled at surface. Later. José Wellington de Oliveira Lima. The stomach. It was verified a higher death prevalence for masculine gender. – 2000-2004 Denise Emilia Moreira Jacobucci Bambace.99: 10000 inhabitants) and periphery insulated places. 60. The prevalences for masculine gender were stomach (17. The time-space variation of the average values obtained at each station was analyzed based on the hydrographic data. The spatial distribution showed peaks in downtown (44. from November/2004 until December/2005. APPLICATION RESULTS TO FORTALEZA AND SOBRAL/CE . Manoel Souza Filho. breast and cervix tumors showed rates above the São Paulo State ones. Airton Fontenele Sampaio Xavier. abnormally © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 53 July 16 . Web and Combinatorial DSS based systems) is reported. bronchial/lung (12.65% in 2002. 2006. The study units were the own service zones of each Basic Health Care Units. an economical viability study was made to implement the landfill in V. Mobile hand-held. Adilson Elias Xavier. A research effort to bring the state-ofthe-art information technology to the knowledge of dengue prevention and combat. QUALIDADE DE VIDA E A PREVALÊNCIA DE FATORES DE RISCO PARA DOENÇAS CRÔNICAS NO CENTRO TÉCNICO AEROESPACIAL – CTA EM SÃO JOSÉ DOS CAMPOS Nelson Magalhães Karan. enhanced by rainfall events. The results of the successful tests in the cities of Fortaleza and Sobral/CE are emphasized.out during the spring tides. Thiago Müller da Silva. The tools of the Computational Framework are discussed in the operational relevance. Whatever the hydrographic structure. MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO PREDICT THE POTENTIAL GENERATION OF BIOGAS AND STUDY OF ECONOMICAL VIABILITY TO IMPLEMENT A LANDFILL IN THE CITY OF VOLTA REDONDA Marcelo Aledi Felsemburgh. as they reveal in a better way where the disease is increasing into the cities at the building or upper level. The channel waters represented an important source of nutrients to the bay. Hydrographic measurements were made by a CTD and data were interpolated at 0. Vanessa Melo Silva This paper works on the mathematical model to predict the potential generation of biogas from the garbage volume generated by the population of Volta Redonda. and stomach (6. Emilia Ângela Loschiavo Arisawa This study used the Mortality Information System data from 2000-2004 to identify the prevalent types of deaths resulting from malignant neoplasm and their geospatial distribution in the municipality of Jacareí. which is consolidated by a Framework of computational systems (GIS.65%).

© 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 54 July 16 . the necessary informations to elaborate the corporal mass index (IMC) were colleted. Carlos Renato L. verifying environmental conditions. Costa. Maria Helena Lopes Amigo. TRANSIÇÃO NUTRICIONAL DE CRIANÇAS FREQÜENTADORAS DE CRECHE SITUADA NA PERIFERIA DA ZONA SUL DO MUNICÍPIO DE SÃO PAULO . Silvia Maria Guerra Molina Using a research on nutritional state of some pre-school children mothers in the Piracicaba county. The study identified the inadequacy of some equipments used for the activity execution and concluded that although there is a risk to silica exposition. This research was conducted by a multi-subject study group composed by engineers and health professionals. The Centro Tecnico Aeroespacial is considered like an island of technical-scientific excellence in aeroespacial area. we founded a percentage of 37. OBSERVATÓRIO DE SAÚDE DA AMAZÔNIA .71% obesity. We have studied 140 children and searched the variables: weight. Interviews with the workers and managers. Maria do Socorro Márcia Lopes Souto. that is. This variable was used for reaching the sample size.43% overweight and 5. This work presents a strategy to investigate the application of public resources in the health area. 35% eutrofic. verifying the impact caused in the index of human development (IDH). PLANO AMOSTRAL PARA A INVESTIGAÇÃO DA DIETA E ESTADO NUTRICIONAL DE MÃES DE CRIANÇAS PRÉ-ESCOLARES Júlio César Pereira. SP. sex and age. Maria Bernadete Fernandes Vieira de Melo.SÃO PAULO – BRASIL . the method utilized was the cluster sampling in two stages. in the context of the cities of the State of Pará. materials. Brazil. de Santana. Paulo de Tarso In the current state-of-art. both in rural and urban areas. Silvia Santamaria da Fonseca The aim of this work was to evaluate the nutritional state of children enrolet in a day care center at periphery in South Zone of the city of São Paulo. Francês. to make possible to carry out prospections from data of system. Eva Rovere Stawkowski. W. it is not more satisfactory to get only the historical information from databases.SISTEMA DE SUPORTE À DECISÃO PARA OS GESTORES DE SAÚDE PÚBLICA DA AMAZÔNIA Ádamo L.8% of malnutrition. the most indicated method was the randomic simple sample (RSS). procedures. 2006. Brazil. the laboratorial silica analysis concentrations were carried out. We verified the occurrence of nutricional transition in children 2 years old up. and the sample size established was of 51 sample units (mothers). in based on launching. Ana Cristina Taigy This article is a research that discusses the exposition risk to dust in the ceramics cutting activity during the coating execution. with little preventive measures it is possible to decrease effectively the potential risk for the worker’s health.19. tobacco’s usage and diabetes are commonly cited like risk factors. present paper reports the work to design a sample that was the most representative and highly reliable.high blood pressure. EXPOSIÇÃO À SÍLICA NA INDÚSTRIA DA CONSTRUÇÃO DA PARAÍBA: ESTUDOS PRELIMINARES REALIZADOS PELO COMITÊ DA PARAÍBA (CESIC-PB) Thiago de Oliveira Pinheiro. Of this recommendation beyond the questions regarding the safety of the work. Following the more tradicional indicators of nutritional conditions (Gomez and Waterlow). the CESIC/PB (Silica Exposition Study Committee of Paraiba’s Constructing Industry). and the occupational health. linked to the PNES (Silicosis Elimination National Program). Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento. equipments and tools for the job were used as methodological techniques. Using a pre-sample. Santos. João C. Likewise. were raised questions regarding the conditions of health of the workers that participated of that operation and of the too workers in general. it is detached the importance of knowing the risk factors prevalence for chronic illnesses in the Center. In the year of 2003 with the occurrence of tragic accident with the Satellites Launcher Vehicle – VLS. that is. Farize Murad Falcão Ferreira. as well as work duty observation. Patrícia Colombo Compri.2005 Evelyn Arrais Guzman. São Paulo. 21. In rural areas. The obesity was detected same in the lower society class. the number of the pre-school’s children of these County Schools and the number of mothers to be interviewed in each of these schools. BRAZIL . A. that culminated with the death of 21 workers. Eight schools clusters and 24 mothers (units) were reached as the ideal sample. height. In urban areas. as a preliminary measure for the implantation of any project related to the Quality of Life. Sônia Maria de Stefano Piedade. It is important to make use of information a priori.

with the purpose of minimizing the environmental impacts to the society brought by inadequate disposal. Djane de Fátima Oliveira. After that. and topographic data were plotted in a model of atmospheric dispersion in order to predict metal concentrations in the atmosphere and thus impact evaluation. Physical and mineralogical characterization tests were conducted to achieve the objectives. and output current. 10%. de Siqueira. characterize its mass concentration. BRAZIL . processando resíduos domiciliares. Hernani Luiz Brinati © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 55 July 16 . based on retention in each process input. Santos. A percentage of lime of the mansory mortars’ traces was substituted by small proportions of the referred residues (5%. UM NOVO MODELO DE GESTÃO DE RESÍDUOS MUNICIPAIS: INDUSTRIALIZAÇÃO SUSTENTADA DO LIXO EM REGIME DE PARCERIA PÚBLICO-PRIVADA Sabetai Calderoni Municípios brasileiros despendem com o lixo R$ 120/tonelada. poderão proteger o meio ambiente. 15% and 20%). The focus on this paper was to accomplish a study of the particulate matter in the atmosphere of Sorocaba city. Countryside areas from São Paulo State already show increased rates due to their fast development. evitar custos. the results were compared with the results obtained for São Paulo city considering the same parameters. and there was also excess of some metal reference concentrations in the atmosphere. Adriana de Jesus Reis.000 habitantes. Results showed that the relative concentrations for chemical elements associated to soil (related to local asphalt absence) had higher values in Sorocaba and the concentrations for the elements associated to the burn of products originated from petroleum and industrial components were higher in São Paulo. to be compared with emission standards.Session PW1B AVALIAÇÃO DO IMPACTO DAS EMISSÕES DE METAIS NO COPROCESSAMENTO DE RESÍDUOS EM FÁBRICAS DE CIMENTO Ligia Cristina Gonçalves. Estimated emissions and meteorological. PROPULSÃO DIESEL-ELÉTRICA UMA FERRAMENTA PARA REDUÇÃO DE GASES LANÇADOS À ATMOSFERA ORIUNDOS DE EMBARCAÇÕES MARÍTIMAS Newton Narciso Pereira. The methodology used was established on mass balance to determine metal distribution (%). VIABILIZAÇÃO DA INCORPORAÇÃO DE RESÍDUO DE CAULIM EM ARGAMASSA DE ALVENARIA Gelmires de Araújo Neves. Luciana de Figueiredo Lopes Lucena. The results showed that the mortars up to 15% of Kaolin residue are under the brazilian norms ABNT. Implantando uma Central de Reciclagem Integral de Resíduos. This information helped to accomplish each element emission assessment. Results obtained in the case study of some estimated metal emissions exceeded limits established by State and Federal legislations. João Vicente de Assunção The current work had the objective of developing a procedure to evaluate metal emissions resulting from cement mill waste co processing in order to assess their impact in the atmosphere. Paulo Artaxo Problems originated by air pollution are a very important subject nowadays. ESTUDO COMPARATIVO DO MATERIAL PARTICULADO DA ATMOSFERA DAS CIDADES DE SOROCABA E SÃO PAULO Maria Lúcia Pereira Antunes. It can be concluded for the technical viability of using these kind of wastes in building construction. Crislene Rodrigues da Silva Morais The large amounts of wastes produced by the Kolin’s Improvement Industry has been worrying environmentalists and city managers all over the world about the negative effects provoked by its generation and disposal This work aims to analyze the addition of these kind of residues in nesting and covering mansory mortars widely used in building construction. black carbon presence and identify its elemental chemical composition using the PIXE (Particle Induced X-Ray Emission) technique. de construção civil e podas de árvores. 2006. gerar receitas e empregos. R$ 8 milhões/ano para 200.19.

Currently, many specialists in naval construction are if asking, why to use the electric propulsion in maritime ships? The first use occurred more effectively in the end of century XIX, and in the beginning of century XX and that many do not know of the advantages presented for this system, in that involve the aspects of propulsive efficiency, maneuverability and ambiental security. The objective of present study are describe the characteristics of dieselelectric propulsion and principle of the system, with equipments, type of configurations between systems electric and mechanic and the advantages and disadvantages of this propulsive system. It is also intended to demonstrate the new concepts that are being developed and its influence in the reduction of emissions gases to the atmosphere in the operations of maritime navigation. CONTAMINAÇÃO AMBIENTAL: ULTRADILUIÇÕES COMO MODULADOR DE ASPECTOS DA CONTAMINAÇÃO POR MERCÚRIO NO SISTEMA IMUNE Liane A. Beringhs-Bueno; Áurea Eleutério Pascalicchio A contaminação ambiental por inúmeros poluentes como os metais, é realidade em centros urbanos e áreas rurais. O mercúrio (Hg) é um dos metais tóxicos de maior risco, pode causar inúmeros desequilíbrios mediando processos imunológicos. Susceptibilidade genética auto imunes é desencadeada pela exposição ao Hg, com alterações específicas de resposta imune desequilibrando a função imunológica granulocítica e mediada por IgG e IgE. Vêm se pesquisando formas para diminuir a toxicidade in vivo de metais usando agentes quelantes e substâncias competidoras, muitas vezes agravando o quadro imune. Outro método que mostra sua eficácia é o uso de ultradiluições dos metais tóxicos, contribuindo para o reequilíbrio da imunidade. Ultradiluições, se baseiam nos princípios de similitude e hormesis, atuam no controle da contaminação mercurial no organismo e efeitos secundários no sistema imunitário. Este trabalho discuti a ação da medicação ultradiluída no tratamento de pacientes com desequilíbrio imune após contaminação por Hg. ADAPTAÇÃO DE COMUTAÇÃO DE UM CANAL DE ÁUDIO EM FONES PARA USO NA CENTRAL DE ATENDIMENTO TELEFÔNICO DE UMA CONCESSIONÁRIA DE ENERGIA ELÉTRICA Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço; Thadeu Alfredo F. Silva; Homero Ferreira; Silvério C. S. Filho The Santa Cruz unit of Votorantim Energia provides electrical energy for more than 160 thousand consumers. The Call Center, that operates under the Consumer Service Center, provides services for emergency, commercial and technical calls in order to guarantee the quality level of the services provides. We must attempt for the audio health and comfort of our cooperators. This work analyses the working process used by the call center’s operators and presents one professional headset that improves operational and ergonomic comfort. This product goal is guarantee less muscular tensions, improvement of functionality and productivity.

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KAOLIN AND GRANITE RESIDUE RECYCLING FOR LOW COST PRODUCTION OF CERAMIC BLOCKS AND ROOF TILES Rosana Ramos Almeida; Gelmires de Araújo Neves; Lisiane Navarro de Lima Santana; Helio de Lucena Lira The mining industries of kaolin and granite had being cited as sources of environment pollution and/or contamination, due to enormous amount of residues generated and frequently launched directly in ecosystems, without previous treatment processes to eliminate or to reduce the present constituent. The aim of this work is to evaluate the potentiality of kaolin and granite residues from industries of the State of Paraíba to be used in the production of blocks and roof tiles. Physical and mineralogical characterization investigation had been carried through: particles size, chemical analysis and X-rays diffraction of the residues and conventional raw material. The technological characterization for use in red ceramics had been carried out in accordance with the Brazilian norms (ABNT). The results shown that the physical and mineralogical characterizations are adequate for use as alternative ceramic raw material in the production of ceramic blocks and roofing tiles. ESTUDOS DE EQUILÍBRIO DE ADSORÇÃO DE ÍONS Cd2+ EM ZEÓLITAS DE CINZAS DE CARVÃO Denise Alves Fungaro; Juliana De Carvalho Izidoro

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The capacity of synthesized zeolites from Brazilian coal ash (cyclone filter fly ash) by hydrothermal alkaline activation for the removal of Cd2+ from aqueous solutions has been investigated. The synthesized zeolites were characterized using x-ray fluorescence. Metal removal efficiencies exceeding 70% were achieved. Equilibrium data obtained have been found to fit both the Langmuir and Freundlich adsorption isotherms. The maximum cation exchange capacities were between 50 and 67 mg g-1. AVALIAÇÃO DE UNIDADES DE RECICLAGEM E COMPOSTAGEM DE RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS URBANOS DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO Giancarlo Takao Nakajima; Fábio Cesar da Silva; Aguinaldo Janot Mendes Filho; Rogério Eduardo Guedes The urban solid residues constitute in one of the biggest problems of the modern society. It’s possible of recycling by means of the composting process, a method simplified and with raised partner-ambient profits. The objective of this work was to evaluate 13 units of selection and composting (URC’s) of the State of São Paulo by means of comparison between the factors of infrastructure (IQC) and quality of the compost of urban garbage (CLU) applying test of quadrants. The study it was developed in the survey of informations on quality of the CLU (secure) and infrastructure of the URC’s; 2) application of the questionnaire of characterization to the managers of URC’s and; 3) use of the data analyzed for effect of evaluation of the URC’s. The gotten results had been evaluated taking in account the plants separately and the carried through grouping in accordance with the infrastructure and quality of the CLU. IDENTIFICAÇÃO DE ÁREAS CLANDESTINAS DE DISPOSIÇÃO FINAL DOS RESÍDUOS SÓLIDOS URBANOS E DA CONSTRUÇÃO CIVIL E DEMOLIÇÃO NA CIDADE DE ANÁPOLIS - GO, UTILIZANDO A TECNOLOGIA DE GEOPROCESSAMENTO Marina Alberti Macedo; Roberto Gonçalves Freire; Cristiana Ribeiro Argenta; Daniel Neves da Silva Ferreira; Onaldo Jose Nunes Filho The growth of the cities provokes unbalances that cause problems of partner-environmental order. The technical delimitation of areas for disposal of solid residues is important for the establishment of criteria that make possible to minimize impacts to the environment, the population and the reduction of costs of future investments. This work raised and identified to the clandestine areas of the urban solid residues and the construction and demolition in the urban mesh of the City of Anápolis-GO through tools of the technology of Geoprocessing, that had supplied to agility and veracity in the survey of the data, such as the localization of these areas through ortofoto (image) and of the data gotten through the fulfilling ` in loco' of the Bulletin of Cadastral Information of these areas. With the obtained data, maps were made identifying the areas visited that were classified as for the type of potential risk of contamination. ADAPTABILIDADE HUMANA ÀS ESCOLHAS ALIMENTARES EM POPULAÇÕES RURAIS E URBANAS DE PIRACICABA, SP Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento; Silvia Maria Guerra Molina This research was made in Piracicaba County, SP, Brazil, and studied the differences between the diet of the rural and the urban populations, and if their food choices are fitness to them. Mothers of the County School Children were interviewed with a semi-structured questionnaire. The analysis of alimentary niche amplitude was done by the index of ShannonWiener. The variation of the index in rural areas (Shannon H' = 4,2) was higher than that in rural areas (Shannon H' = 3,1). Children weight (kg) and stature (cm) were also used to calculate the body mass index (weight/stature 2) to reach the nutritional state of the mother. This index stands for the human fitness to environment. In rural areas, it was found that 45,4% of the individuals were overweight, and 27,3%, obese. In urban areas, 23,3% were overweight mothers, and 23,3% were obese. Therefore, the nutritional choices in both populations are not fitness. ANÁLISE DO IMPACTO AMBIENTAL NA OPERAÇÃO DE EMBARCAÇÕES E CAMINHÕES NA ÁREA DE INFLUÊNCIA DA HIDROVIA TIETÊ-PARANÁ NO TRANSPORTE DE ÁLCOOL DESTINADO A EXPORTAÇÃO Newton Narciso Pereira; Hernani Luiz Brinati; Sandro Celso de Oliveira Currently, the world is suffering with the climatic alterations and many are related with fuel use, gases emitted from incomplete burning of fuels are causing several problems to the environment, for example the effect greenhouse. To reduce this effect, new fuel alternatives are being tested and Brazilian ethanol is being used. Several countries intend to use the ethanol to be mixed with gasoline, 85% of Brazilian ethanol is produced in the Southeastern region, bigger

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part in São Paulo. Thus, this paper intent to evaluate the ambiental impact in the use of the road and waterway in the area of influence of the Tietê-Paraná waterway for transport ethanol to exportation. This study also analyze in function of amount load carried per truck and tow the respective rates of gases emissions launched to the atmosphere, beyond the risk of accidents associated in this transport. A AVALIAÇÃO DAS MODIFICAÇÕES DO MEIO FÍSICO NATURAL E SUA COMPLEXIDADE SOBRE A DIMINUIÇÃO DE ESPAÇO ADEQUADO À CAPTAÇÃO DE ÁGUA NO MUNICÍPIO DE REGISTRO-SP, BRASIL Ajibola Isau Badiru; Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires With the objective to evaluate the urban occupation against permanent areas of catchments, research has focused on the expansion and the dynamic structures of the city of Registro-SP. By investigating the influence of four ecological borders of the urban landscape elements involving: the highway, the local river and sub-basins, the central urban zone and the municipal boundaries, maps were overlaid and the resulting configuration has explained the urban environment and built patterns raised by each of these elements. Areas of such patterns were associated with urban forest vegetation for comprehensive land use settings and adequate orientation. The spatial/territorial information gathered on the urban expansion tendencies were related to seventeen water units which have clearly suggested for best water catchments.

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AVALIAÇÃO DO PERFIL DE CIDADANIA AMBIENTAL DE ESTUDANTES DO ENSINO MÉDIO-TÉCNICO DO CEFET-RJ Regina Viegas; Roosevelt S. Fernandes This paper analyzes the methodology used in the evaluation of the environmental perception of students of the technological school (CEFET - RJ), applied in a joint program held by the mentioned educational institution (Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica do Rio de Janeiro-CEFET-RJ) and the "Núcleo de Estudos em Percepção Ambiental (NEPA) of the FACULDADE BRASILEIRA - UNIVIX, VITÓRIA- ES", which sponsors research in the environmental, social and educational areas. The objective of this study is to obtain data related to those students' environmental awareness, which will allow the definition of specific actions in the field of Environmental Education aimed at contributing, directing and enlarging the environmental consciousness of those youngsters. It is expected that the study will bring a differentiated contribution for the pedagogical course programs of Environmental Education based on data previously identified. USO RACIONAL DA ÁGUA - AVALIAÇÃO COMPARATIVA DA PERCEPÇÃO DE PROFESSORES DE PORTUGAL E DO BRASIL Maria Conceição Monteiro Silva; Otto Meilli; Roosevelt S. Fernandes With the objective of comparing the environmental perception of teachers in Brazil and Portugal related to the use of water, NEPA started a joint work with the group “Working Together”, which, in Cacia-Aveiro/Portugal, develops surveys with schools in Japan, Belgium, Russia; Italy, Spain and, from now on, Brazil (http://users.prof2000.pt/wtcacia). The project has its origin in the experience of studies in Brazil related to the evaluation of the environmental perception of social and economical segments in what concerns the rational use of water. In Brazil, the comparison basis, the chosen school was the “Escola Estadual de Ensino Fundamental e Médio, located in Araguaia – Marechal Floriano, ES. This study presents results of the survey involving Portuguese and Brazilian teachers as to the ways each group perceives the problem (geographic and cultural contexts). There are behaviors common to all groups, as well as differentiated aspects of the perception of the same problem. O CONHECIMENTO DE FAMÍLIAS DE CRIANÇAS MENORES DE 5 ANOS ACERCA DAS ESTRATÉGIAS DE TRATAMENTO DAS IRAS Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira; Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto; Valéria Lerch Lunardi; Giovana Calcagno Gomes This paper aims to demonstrate the knowledge of families of children carriers of sharp respiratory infection, referring to the treatment strategies utilized by them, aiming to combat these pathologies. It was analyzed ten families. It was developed a qualitative survey of descriptive-exploratory type through semi-structured interviews and observations at

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teachers of Fundamental Teaching are able to operate and work with the software "The Little Red Cap" as a support tool for teaching-learning process. Santos. also promoting a conscientization of the environmental education. which multimedia options becomes possible to the apprentice advantages in utilization of the technology applied in the development of projects. showing the importance of developing of a multimedia software. photos and sounds. It is concluded that there is a necessity of a major instrumentalization from the health professionals. the knowledge of these families. "The Little Red Cap". Portuguese and Transversal themes. BONEZINHO VERMELHO: UM SOFTWARE MULTIMÍDIA PROMOVENDO A EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto. having as a initial objective to incorporate the empirical and formal knowledge as an important condition for the integral development of the student. then. Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira. Juliano Murilo Côco. sympathy and blessings. Carrió Education has basic importance in the promotion of the sustainable development and to increase the capacity of the people to approach questions of environment and development. O PAPEL DO SOFTWARE BONEZINHO VERMELHO NA DESMITIFICAÇÃO DO PRECONCEITO Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto. José Martins dos Santos. in which the students and the community become conscious of their Environment and acquire knowledge. involving from engineers to researchers of the © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 59 July 16 . Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira. Marcel Mendes. The recycling is one of the segments of greater importance. having as a purpose "educate and transfer socio-cultural knowledge of the various Brazilian Regions". Juliano Murilo Côco. Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz. in a way to contemplate the environment where the families that they watch live. economical and political traces corroborated in environmental education. because it is one of the primordial factors for the ambient preservation. science and technology. A EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL UMA PRÁXIS INTERDISCIPLINAR INDISPENSÁVEL NA CONSTRUÇÃO DA CIDADANIA Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa. which are especially sensible activities to the accumulation of knowledge and to the formation of great amounts of people capable to generate and to work with this knowledge. The data were analyzed according to the content analysis technique. experiences and determination that become them capable to act. Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira This paper aims to share the experiences of the project “An Ecological Trip” that was presented and developed at the Centro Educacional São Paulo (CEDUSP/ULBRA) from Ji-Paraná. causing in the teacher of Fundamental Teaching the possibility of diversifying his or her teaching and learning techniques and demytifying regional preconceptions in students and teachers from 4th series of Fundamental Teaching. favoring the health promotion and the prevention of IRAS. It is expected that students and teachers are able to apply the ideas from the multimedia software "The Little Red Cap". The activity of research and development of new materials and components is complex and demand a multidisciplinary work. at the end of the instruction. in a way that he or she adopts a critical and responsible posture. Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa. BRAZIL . promoting the contextualized environmental education dealing with the influence and life of each one. prepared and organized according to the models from Information Technology.the houses of these families. values. mainly in the sciences and engineering courses. as an educational object.19. abilities. Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz This paper approaches the proposed subject. mainly in the local community as an agent for the natural resources preservation. allowing the experimentation/exploration of the phenomena. Rondônia. O PAPEL DA UNIVERSIDADE NA EDUCAÇÃO AMBIENTAL Terezinha Jocelen Masson. through texts. 2006. phytotherapy. aiming to rationalize the learning process. a resource that will allow the teacher works with Geography. José Martins dos Santos. as an educational instrument. Brazil. developing. through the Teacher's Guide. The families recognized as the main treatment strategies: the medicine previously prescribed. becoming an active citizen in society. It is expected that. based by Tarouco. which shows a diversity of regional variants linked by socio-cultural. Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto. José Martins dos Santos. with a differential – the approach of his/her region's issues through the contextualized education. Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz This paper. during their day-to-day of work. Juan Alfredo G. Leila Figueiredo de Miranda. aims to present the possibility of dealing with the linguistic preconception and the environmental education in schools. The University must supply the basic elements for the sustainable development. and conceptualizing the referred software.

38. PROGRAMAS EDUCATIVOS DE SEPARAÇÃO DE LIXO A PARTIR DE ESCOLAS PAULISTAS João Luiz Pegoraro. Ariosvaldo Ferreira Luz. 24. The principal cause pointed for directors is the lack of adapted containers and physical space for storage separated residues. Lemuel Dourado Guerra In this work we have as main objective analyzing processes through which environmental variables has been included as a management preoccupation in middle and big range industries in Paraíba. BRAZIL . Among the main outputs of our research work we stand out the following: (1) the process of introduction of the environmental variables into organizational culture of industries operating in Paraíba passes through a phase of transition. José Carlos Chitolina. Leonardo C. and is absolutely necessary for the ambient preservation. 37. 2006. mainly concerned garbage separation and recycling. Santos. 34% to Cd). 4. 3% to Ni. Followed by the basic principle that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. CH3COONa (carbonate – 6. 13% to Pb. The sample we analyze here was composed by 20 of middle and big range industries from the State of Paraíba.area of health. (3) The fragility of environmental values observed at the inclusive society culture determines a low level of pressure exerted by consumers and stakeholders in order to introduce the environmental preoccupation into organizations culture of mentioned industries. we saw. offering bigger ambient risks. Ni and Pb transformations and it’s environmental risks. several well-intentioned educational proposals arising and many papers have pointed out the need for the introduction of Environment Education on school context.1% to Pb. Luciana Aulicino. 62% to Ni. The objective of this paper is points out incorporation of garbage separation and selective colletion in educacional projects developed in some schools of São Paulo. 14% to Ni. 7% to Ni. 14% to Ni. (2) Difficulties in solidification of the preoccupation with environmental variables into organizational culture is determined by inconsistencies of environmental values observed also at the inclusive society culture. places where the Podium advertisement was advertised and the meaning of the image and parts that composes it. Taciana Figueiredo Gomes It carried out sequential extraction for heavy metals speciation in organic trash during composting. AVALIAÇÃO DE FORMAS DE CÁDMIO. H2O2+NH4OAc (organic – 6. Adriano Vecchiatti Lupinacci. using as theoretical reference concepts from the debate on the theme of organizational change determinants and theoretical contributions from the field of environmental management. 39. 0. Fernanda Oliveira Simon A lot has been discussed and proposed about the much-importance of Environment Education. in the last years. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 60 July 16 . 18. We used as collecting data instrument a questionnaire with open and closed questions. The results show that are few schools developing projects in this area.7. Jomar Barros Filho. 17% to Pb. Renata Maria Martins Based in the theory that focuses on the mind’s perceptive processes. 0. closure and simplicity. 49% to Pb and 0% to Cd) and HNO3+HClO4 (remaining portion – 76. manufactured by a Brazilian company called Petrobrás. Hidroxilamina+HOA (reduced/ oxidated) – 10. 33% to Cd). Zanon. It is also analyzed in this paper.and after-consume of such materials needs the use of tip technologies. NÍQUEL E CHUMBO DURANTE O PROCESSO DE COMPOSTAGEM Fábio Cesar da Silva. 33% to Cd). Session PW2C DISCREPANCY BETWEEN DISCOURSES AND PRACTICES ABOUT ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS INTERNALIZATION INTO MEDIUM AND BIG RANGE INDUSTRIES LOCATED ON PARAÍBA NORTHEAST OF BRAZIL Claudio Ruy Portela de Vasconcelos. in which we made direct observations. objecting the understanding of chemical Cd. PETROBRÁS PODIUM Gabriela Kluppe. Ricardo Moreira da Silva. similarity. The extractors utilized in sequence and the respective fractions (beginning and ending of composting) were MgCl2 (soluble fraction – 2. The results show that composting process provides that the biggest fractions of Ni and Pb are organic or residual and the Cd remains in the residual or carbonate forms. Therefore the recycling before. this paper work tells why the gasoline Podium advertisements. 21% to Pb and 0% to Cd). 38. Besides.19. this theory uses proximity. is a subliminal publicity piece. Jairo Bezerra Silvai.

of organic substance content. mainly potassium. It was noticed. podendo ser aproveitada como fonte de energia alternativa para transporte. Simone R.90 and 1. in these first results. The soil of levees presents medium to fine sand granulometry. João C.07 mgL-1 were observed in the northern © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 61 July 16 . Proença. The estimate was done using EPA’s SCREEN 3 model. Results obtained showed that risk assessment can be used as an effective tool to improve current air quality control measures. Ubatuba / SP”.Filho.ESTIMATIVA DO RISCO ADICIONAL DE CASOS DE CÂNCER EM POPULAÇÃO VIZINHA A INDÚSTRIA COM EMISSÃO ATMOSFÉRICA DE CROMO 6+ Eduardo Antonio Licco. OBTENÇÃO DE BIOCOMBUSTÍVEL A PARTIR DO ÓLEO DA CASCA DA CASTANHA DE CAJU Marcos B. certain variability in relation to contents of nutrients. with pH varying from 5 to 8. A seguir. BRAZIL . The health effects associated to these pollutants have not been studied in great extent. Georgh H. DIP concentrations as high as 2. with the texture. José C. The studies on the environmental soil geochemistry in marsh ecosystems can contribute for the planning and optimization in the conduction of actions for recovery of the native vegetation of the area under study. and. Gil Ferraro This multidisciplinary work presents the implementation of aeolian and hydraulic sources of energy together with innovative systems in order to generate clean energy at Paranaguá-Paraná. quanto pelo desempenho do motor e menor emissão de poluentes para a atmosfera. Morrone. 2006. Session PW3A IS THE NORTHERN AREA OF CANANÉIA-IGUAPE ESTUARINE SYSTEM BEING DRIVEN TO EUTROPHIC CONDITIONS? José Juan Barrera-Alba. especially in Brazil. Nelson O. Santos. Júnior. este biocombustível será testado em um motor de bancada monitorada. ter desenvolvido a melhor tecnologia para obtenção do biocombustível.19. Dose-response data came from literature.124 mgL-1. Simone R. This work is being accomplished with Movida a Vento. Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella. Flávia Marisa Prado Saldanha-Corrêa. of the Projeto de Iniciação Científica of Curso of the Engenharia Ambiental das Faculdades Oswaldo Cruz entitled “Gestão Ambiental Costeira da Região Barra Seca. Erika N. Ferrari The mechanisms of biodisponibilization of nutrients are related. Kátia R. The soil of the marsh is predominantly argillaceous. Adelaide Nardocci The air over big cities shows a plethora of hazardous chemical substances called toxic air pollutants (TAPs). Hosogi. de forma a aprimorar a composição da mistura para um desempenho adequado do motor.Romeyer. Pretende-se assim. with pH of the soil. N. Cícero B. Serão apresentados os processos de extração do óleo da casca da castanha de caju e da transformação em biocombustível via catalisador básico.M. Santos O trabalho visa ao desenvolvimento da tecnologia de obtenção de biocombustível a partir do óleo da casca da castanha de caju. This study focuses on the potential increase of individual cancer probability due to the exposure to an Cr6+ emission source. com emissão mínima de efluentes gasosos. ENERGIA EÓLICA E HIDRÁULICA COMO FONTES DE ENERGIA LIMPA NA REGIÃO DA MATA ATLÂNTICA Marcos B. mainly. Patricia S. among others factors. Silveira. a enterprise wich holds the patents of the energy generators. GEOQUÍMICA AMBIENTAL NOS ECOSSISTEMAS DE RESTINGA E MANGUE NA REGIÃO DE BARRA SECA – UBATUBA/SP Vanessa Flores. Carlos E. Morrone. These pollutants are emitted by both stationary and mobile sources. Gilberto Nascimento. Esta casca possui uma quantidade e qualidade de óleo que certamente a credencia como fonte de produção de biocombustível. Bruna da Silva Oliveira. Marta Stephan The Brazilian environmental standards limits inorganic phosphorous (DIP) concentration in brackish estuarine waters to 0. Proença. whose relationship with anthropogenic influence will be investigated. bombas e outras necessidades. visando desenvolver o processo de melhor relação custo/benefício para a obtenção deste biocombustível. Tominaga. with pH varying from 5 to 7. In the present study. Borsa. tanto para sua produção. engineering calculations and the risk analysis fundamentals.

Such high DIP concentrations favor eutrophication processes and may lead to algal blooms. Marta Stephan The concentration of total seston (TS) (particulate matter). Estuary and bay presented similar TS levels. Saldanha-Corrêa. Andrés Emiliano Fraiz Toma. Santos.7 mm). A dam closed this channel from 1978 until the beginning of 1995. PB. FRACIONAMENTO QUÍMICO DO FÓSFORO EM SEDIMENTOS DE FUNDO DA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL DO AMAZONAS – NORTE DO BRASIL Gilmar Wanzeller Siqueira.153 g l-1). ZN. The total phosphorus values dispersion varies from 600 to 90 mg. STRUCTURE OF PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY IN THE NORTHERN AREA OF THE ESTUARY-LAGOON SYSTEM OF CANANÉIA-IGUAPE Bárbara Idino Barbosa de Castro. an artificial channel that connects the Ribeira de Iguape River to the lagoon waters. organic (OS) and inorganic fractions (IS) were analyzed monthly between November 2004 and December 2005. around 50 Coscinodiscophyceae. José Juan Barrera-Alba. The analytical metals data were submitted to the environmental quality criterions and standards and they reveal that estuary receives anthropogenic insights of effluents from industrial metallurgical.Cananéia) it is emphasized the necessity of driven research efforts to identify the potential pollution sources (fertilizer runoff. This paper evaluates the composition of phytoplankton community in the ELSCI northern portion.19. Fernanda Pardini Ricci The northern region of the Estuary-Lagoon system of Cananéia-Iguape (ELSCI) receives freshwater inputs from Valo Grande.portion of the Cananéia-Iguape Estuarine System. The highest concentration of TS was detected on May 2005 (1. Usually. Data on hydrographic and meteorological conditions were simultaneously obtained. especially during neap tide. Above 300 phytoplankton species were found: more than 100 pennate diatoms. Simone de Fátima Pinheiro Pereira The distribution of phosphorus contents in bottom sediments form Amazon Continental Shelf. 80 Chlorophyceae. Cu and Cr. Pb. when it suffered a partial rupture. Such episodic OS introduction probably represents a significant energy input to the estuarine system. related to hydrological features and tidal condition. when the mean salinity was lower. Zn. the concentrations were greater in bottom waters.) in the Valo Grande upper reaches. Since then freshwater has been flowed loosely to the lagoon. toxic algae occurrence and increasing of oxygen demand in the environment. domestic waste discharge or industrial effluents. P. Elisabete Santis Braga da Graça Saraiva. Results show that seston displays a high temporal variability. Few studies have been carried out to determine the effects of these freshwater inputs into the ecosystem. Aline Tayane Lima da Silva. As the region belongs to an environmental protected area (APA Iguape. 25 Cyanophyceae and more than 30 Dinoflagellates. Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella. at 4 stations in Santos bay and 3 in the Santos channel in water samples from surface.kg-1. which seems to be related to rainfall events. AVALIAÇÃO E ANÁLISE DO RISCO AMBIENTAL BASEADO NA DETERMINAÇÃO DE AL. VARIABILITY OF SESTON NATURE IN SANTOS ESTUARY AND BAY: ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS Cintia Maria Ancona. associated to a strong rain during the sampling day (34. Flávia Marisa SaldanhaCorrêa. BRAZIL . increasing the contribution of mangrove litter and mudflats runoff toward the estuarine system. they result from geochemical association with iron and aluminum and its contents varies 240 to 360 mg. CU E CR NOS SEDIMENTOS DE FUNDO DO ESTUÁRIO DE SANTOS-SP Gilmar Wanzeller Siqueira. and the organic fraction was responsible for TS increases. Freshwater input from Valo Grande seems to increase the specific richness and cell densities of freshwater species. and petrochemical park and from Companhia Siderúrgica do Estado de São Paulo (COSIPA) effluents as well as from Port of Santos activities and finally from discharges of washes from submarine sewage sources from Santos Bay. 2006.kg-1. In the Intermediary Continental Shelf (from 20 to 40 isobats) predominates the same © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 62 July 16 . The present data indicate that a contamination by DIP is reaching the northern area of the lagoon waters and that Valo Grande Channel is likely the way through which this DIP enters in the estuarine system. Breno Mendes Quintanilha Sierra. The most relevant values form sequential extraction procedures were observed in the Inner Continental Shelf (from 13 to 20 m isobats). The samples collection covers the periods from 24 to 31 July and from 1st to 2 and August 2000. through a continuous monitoring program of the area. Simone de Fátima Pinheiro Pereira Bottom sediments samples were collected in the Santos Estuary (SP) and they were analyzed for Al. midwater and bottom. Flávia M. Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella. etc. by the gravimetric method.

P. useless. Session PW3B CONSIDERAÇÕES SOBRE OS PROCESSOS EROSIVOS NO MUNICÍPIO DE TUBARÃO. Oc. Sônia M. 2006. Fernanda P. The present work aims at to determine the susceptibility of ground of the rises of Tubarão front to the erosive process through the results of the assays of Erosion MCT and Modified Inderbitzen. The loss of mass of the ground is caused by the reduction or complete elimination of the metrical suction which the tropical and subtropical ground are citizens. a System of Geographic Information for the data handling is used that more becomes viable the space analyses of the urban center aiming at the adjusted occupation of ground. juntamente com quantificações do material particulado e dissolvido obtidos in situ nos mesmos cruzeiros poderão ser utilizados para construção de algoritmos regionais para avaliação destas variáveis através de sensores remotos de cor do oceano. Saldanha-Corrêa. Gianesella. Estas medidas. finally.C. Machado. Ciotti. The most notable aspect in the data set is the huge increase in TSM. As análises foram feitas através da extração da primeira e segunda derivadas dos espectros de reflectância. Gianesella. A reflectância da água foi obtida com um espectroradiômetro Spectron SE-590 em 26 estações oceanográficas durante quatro dias em outubro de 2005 e durante quatro dias em março de 2006 a bordo do N. Luiz C.F. are classified in two segments: weighed ash and light ash. in the Outer Continental Shelt (from 40 to 87 m isobats) the maximum contents were obtained for calcium fraction. In the general view point.P. Besnard. The rises of the city of Tubarão/SC are deriving of Cambsoils and red-yellow Podzolics of substratum granite. compromising sources of regional supplying. Rafael Augusto dos Reis Higashi. between August 1999 and March 2006. the relief and the alone factor. However this hypothesis could hardly be applied to São Vicente channel. The light ash is use to advantage by regional cement industries. varying from 320 to 410 mg. In Santos channel. O fator de reflectância normalizado (FRB) foi obtido através da calibração do espectro de reflectância da água pela placa de referência. obtained in Santos and São Vicente channels in four occasions. And. being based on the assays © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 63 July 16 . when used in road workmanships on the mixture form ground/ash weighed. S.fraction from geochemical association with iron and aluminum and its contents varies from 240 to 570 mg. Reis Higashi The deriving residues of the Thermoelectrically Complex Jorge Lacerda. DISTRIBUIÇÃO DO MATERIAL EM SUSPENSÃO NOS CANAIS DE SANTOS E SÃO VICENTE. Ricci.S.kg-1. Moser.19. Regina Davison Dias The capacity of alone one to hydraulics erode for rains is related the diverse factors as the pluviometric index. ANÁLISE DA REFLECTÂNCIA ESPECTRAL DA ÁGUA NA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL DE SANTOS Melissa Carvalho. are analyzed concerning the simultaneous hydrological structure and rainfall. the high levels of TSM could be ascribed to the effects of recent dragging to support port activities. BRAZIL . With base in these results. implying in economical and environmental damages as the contamination by metals weighed of the water table sheet and hydraulic flowing. Fraiz-Toma Data on total suspended matter (TSM) and the organic and inorganic fractions. Prof. Ismael Medeiros. Lucimara A. represented basically by the organic fraction. F. Vezzaro. ATRAVÉS DAS METODOLOGIAS MCT E INDERBITZEN MODIFICADO Ismael Medeiros. Santos. F. from transition zone. Searching for auto-sustainable environments.M. The weighed ash. Flavia M. mostly related to urban occupation in the mangrove areas. detected in both channels in the last two sampling campaigns. delimiting a soft ground basin sedimentary of the type Organic and Glei.kg-1. Saldanha-Corrêa. due to the hydrodynamic behavior of the inner waters. Luciana Soares.M. it is analyzed viability technique of the ash weighed. esteem in 966 a thousand ton/year. C. Oliveira O objetivo deste trabalho é analisar o comportamento espectral da água na região da plataforma continental em frente ao estuário de Santos. This channel is submitted to many anthropogenic impacts. F. one. is deposited in sedimentation basins. and the third represented by biogenic contribution. Rafael A. another. O. it was observed occurrence of there distinct sectors in major for phosphorus. The data here reported suggest that an increase in TSM levels in both channels is in course. with critical consequences to the environment. Gleyci A. W. Andrés E. TESTES PARA REAPROVEITAMENTO DA CINZA PESADA EM PAVIMENTAÇÃO E NA CONFECÇÃO DE BLOCOS PARA ALVENARIA. from continental sources.

ESTUDO DO SISTEMA DE TANQUE SÉPTICO DA CIDADE DE ARAGUARI-MG Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno. Emerson Luis de Santa Helena The concern about the disposal of the solid waste has been increasing in the past years because the great amount of material that can be recycled that has been placed in municipal landfills. Laerte Bernardes Arruda The projects of superficial drainage are executed expecting to have their capacities equaled or overcame at least once in the return period adopted for the work. Santos. Water Absorption and Durability for Wetting and Drying. after passing the tank. preferentially using mixtures that consummate greater amounts of weighed ash. characterize the residues generated and interpret the form with those must be handled. PLANO DE GERENCIAMENTO DE RESÍDUOS DE SERVIÇO DE SAÚDE DO POSTO DE SAÚDE DE TAPUIRAMA – UBERLÂNDIA-MG Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno. carried and destined in an environmental correct form and also providing the safety of the staff in charge of the services. 2006. is carried away by public sewerage. for this arrangement is not commonly used for this application. It has variation of the relations between intensity. having. stored. João Fernando Dias. IMPACTOS DAS DEPOSIÇÕES CLANDESTINAS DE RESÍDUOS DE CONSTRUÇÃO E DEMOLIÇÃO EM BAIRROS PERIFÉRICOS NA CIDADE DE UBERLÂNDIA-MG Greiceana Marques Dias de Morais. the employees were able of handling the dangerous residues in a correct way and changing the final destination of those that were incorrectly disposed in common ditches to septic ditches constructed for this purpose. Aiming at this. and the septic tank system and the anaerobic filter in Miraporanga has an average of 65% of BOD. collecting. but it doesn’t makes impracticable the reuse. Regularization character. and of these its mathematical definition can be gotten. were searched a mechanical way to separate the different layers presents in a CD and them realize mechanical e rheologic tests between the virgin polycarbonate and the recycled one. The document is made of eight records that. duration and frequency. Laerte Bernardes Arruda. For that matter. in the city of Araguari. This study characterized the whole sewerage of the city of Araguari and the district of Miraporanga (Uberlândia-MG). transportation and grounding. Laerte Bernardes Arruda. duration and frequency of the rainfalls intense. The results suggest. BRAZIL . it is necessary the knowledge of the relationships among intensity. Analyzing this aspect.of CBR and RCS and on the confection of blocks for masonry through the assays of Resistance on Pressure. in the attempt to minimize this environmental pollutant. when one considers distinct localities. conditioned. MG distant 46 km of the city. one for each frequency. With the implementation of the PGRSS in the Health Unit of Tapuirama. Collects were made in the fore mentioned sewerage so that some physical-chemical parameters could be analyzed. Kleber Lúcio Borges The objective of this work is to study the septic tank used in the city of Araguari-MG. operational problems have been prevented when treating residues in the processes of storage. Thus. the rainfall data of the Uberlândia city had been raised and with these it was determined mathematical equation of the rainfalls intensity for this city. The main conclusions about this research are that technically we can separated the layers of a CD and that policarbonate loose some rheological properties and is less resistant that the virgin when re-processed. with the main objective of identify the viability of reuse of the polycarbonate present in optical data storage media. Daniela Queiroz Damasceno A Plan to Manage the Residues from Health Service (PGRSS) using official mechanisms and appropriate norm techniques was elaborated after study carried out in the Health Unit of Tapuirama. in a simple form. Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 64 July 16 . to be done local studies. the relations will be expressed for intensity-duration curves. district of Uberlândia. sufficiently big enough so that one can accept the frequencies as probabilities. The system has tanks constructed specifically for each household and the effluent. ESTUDO SOBRE A VIABILIDADE TÉCNICA DA REUTILIZAÇÃO DO POLICARBONATO UTILIZADO EM DISCOS COMPACTOS (CDS) Elcio Schuhmacher. compact discs (CDs). Ana Luiza Campos Maragno.19. deduced of the rainfalls observed during a long period of time. Comparisons were made and the conclusion is that on the region septic tanks the BOD is less 32% than others regions that haven’t septic tanks. DETERMINAÇÃO DA EQUAÇÃO DE CHUVAS DE UBERLÂNDIA-MG Eliane Aparecida Justino. Anselmo Zonta. therefore.

The diagnosis exposes the real situation of a preoccupying and little studied question. The lower marsh nacrofauna association was dominanted by the epifaunal crustacean Sphaeromopsis mourei. O Rizophora mangle (mangue vermelho) é de fácil adaptação em ambientes de solo instável e encharcado sendo assim. Elaine Leite.The generation of Construction and Demolition Residues – RCD in Uberlândia city reaches 1000t daily. A significant volume of these wastes is discarded irregularly. Já a Avicennia shaueriana (mangue amarelo) concentra-se em solos com alta salinidade. Juliana Martuscelli. 2006. by means of indirect measures of the hydrodynamic processes of the region. The results have demonstrated that the study area. however its effect the fauna and flora have been point out of controversy. Our studies are carried out at Buriti Garden. Daniel Tizo Costa. ammonium nitrogen and phosphorus. The saltmarsh association showed a marked stability through time in terms of faunal structure. using the Resolutions CONAMA. presents deposits of a finer sedimentary material. FLUXO DE ENERGIA EM MARISMA NA REGIÃO DE CANANEIA Sandro Celso Soares de Oliveira. Santos. devido a sua capacidade de experir sal. The Furnas Brook was followed quarterly between april/2003 and march/2004. onde a Laguncularia racemosa é predominante em números de indivíduos e a Rizophora mangle em numero de biomassa e ainda visualmente.2% of the solid residues produced in the city. BRAZIL . Os resultados obtidos na região de Cananéia estão de acordo com o mapeamento proposto por Yara Schaeffer. At summer a superficial circulation occurs with predominance to SW. Session PW3C PROCESSOS HIDRODINÂMICOS E SEDIMENTARES AVALIADOS NA REGIÃO DE SÃO SEBASTIÃO – SP Erika Naomi Tominaga. CARACTERIZAÇÃO MORFOFISIOLÓGICA DO MANGUEZAL DE CANANÉIA – SP Carine Sérgio. Jussara Santos Neto. indicating the need of a general plan of municipal management. Maurea N. Por fim temos a Laguncularia racemosa (mangue branco) que são encontrados em áreas que sofrem constante lavagem. fall and winter. north coast of São Paulo. whose effects results in environmental. André Godoi. apresenta raízes fixadoras. REFLORESTAMENTO E SEUS EFEITOS EM CORPOS DE ÁGUA: HORTO FLORESTAL DE BURITI/MG Luiz Alfredo Pavanin. mapping and selection of two illegal dumping points where other types of residues are mixed with RCD. What is more. which corresponds to 63. specially. We follow chemical parameters verifying alterations in the quality of the water. in the periphery. social and sanitary impacts. The methodology used consisted in the identification. Between the evaluated parameters they are: DBO5. isso acontece pelo fato de conseguir sobreviver por grandes períodos em água estuariana. verified by the presence of children in these areas. Natasha Czar Rugno. Flynn The structure and temporal variation of marine macrobenthic associations of a lower marsh were analysed together with the energetic flux in a tidal flat colonized by Spartina alterniflora. Heidy Pitteri. Wagner Batista dos Santos The planted forests (reforestation) have promoted intense quarrels. the quality life loss and the health risks.19. Carolina S. Marcos I. has a sedimentation closely connected to the hydrodynamics circulation of the area with a seasonal standard of water circulation with a NE preferential direction applied to the whole water column during the spring. The goal of this work was to evaluate the deposition of sediments and the dispersion of pollutants. The obtained results had been presented above of the standard of class 2 (CONAMA 357). The evidences take the explanations as the increase of the organic substance for the decomposition © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 65 July 16 . It was observed serious problems caused by the deposition of RCD. Oliveira. which is closely associated to a low flow of water energy in the channel similar to the water behavior in a river. Its necessity is unquestionable. Our intention is to study the effect caused for reforestations in the quality of water course. Maurea Nicoletti Flynn The São Sebastião channel. This study was made in two outlying neighborhoods of Uberlândia where took place the diagnosis of the dynamics of the unregulated dumping of RCD. It could be said that the dispersions of the contaminants plume will take a NE preferential direction through most part of the year. Patrícia Machado The aerial roots que se adaptam as características físico-químicas do solo. City Estrela do Sul/MG. Cassiano.

The collapse in the final price of the electro-electronic products stimulated the increase in the consumption of electronic devices. approaching advantages and disadvantages. the devices of the previous generation finish outside being considered obsolete and played in the garbage. We point out that the results expressive meet in neighboring areas agriculture. Sampaio. the parameters are presented higher. The mapping was performed by allotments of (8x8) meters. Romério dos Santos. © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 66 July 16 . The present work looked for in such a way to study and to analyze the situation of the recycling of the electronic garbage in Brazil as in others countries. notebooks and hand-helds. iniciando-se em dezembro/2005. teve proposta aprovada no 6° Programa INCO-EU. being predominant. Douglas B. e Souza.Argentina e no Fiorde de Aisen – Chile. sendo os outros no Estuário da Baía Blanca . The macrofaunal association was dominated by the epifaunal crustacean Sphaeromopsis mourei and the infaunal polychaeta Isolda pulchella. Denis Donaire The advance of the technology in general brings some benefits. SÃO PAULO . A UNISANTA teve participação decisiva na escolha do Estuário de Santos como um dos locais de estudo. To each day that passes more we are encircled by electro-electronic apparatuses that in supply a great amount to them of information. Usar-se-á aproximação integrada entre características físicoecológica e sócio-econômica.19.BRASIL Thales de A. southeastern. Fabio Giordano A UNISANTA juntamente com nove parceiros nacionais e internacionais. Laguncularia racenosa e Avicenia schaveriana. Felippe Moura. Spartina alterniflora is the most important producer acting as a detritus source. Flynn Saltmarsh plays an important role in the maintenance of the estuarine community.of vegetal substance (eutrofizados process). Maurea Flynn Mangroves are important ecossystems performing a role as exporter of organic matter to the estuarine community. B. Fabrico Garcia. PARTICIPAÇÃO DA UNISANTA NO PROJETO ECOMANAGE . while Eritium limosum and Pagurus sp acted as decomposers. Santos. MARISMA FLUXO ENERGÉTICO E PIRÂMIDE DE BIOMASSA Thais Esposito. In the period of dry weather. BRAZIL . MAPEAMENTO DE MANGUEZAL EM CANANÉIA. Maurea N. A pesquisa apoiar-se-á em modelos matemáticos da UNISANTA-IST-Hidromod. as well as some initiatives in the direction to stimulate the reduction of the e-waste. since we live assigned of society of the information. Fish and birds were considered as top predators. Alexandra Franciscatto P. The studied area is located near to sambaqui deposits and an estuarine river in Cananpeia. 2006. With the popularization of this type of product and the each time more modern and refined generations of desktops. E-LIXO : OS FATORES QUE JUSTIFICAM A IMPORTÂNCIA DA RECICLAGEM DO LIXO ELETRÔNICO Sergio Antonio Sperandio. Gabriel Clemente. um sistema de gerenciamento integrado para zonas costeiras e aplicá-lo em três ecossistemas litorâneos da América do Sul. Brazil.SISTEMA INTEGRADO DE GERENCIAMENTO ECOLÓGICO DE ZONAS COSTEIRAS Gilberto Berzin. Simão Fernandes. The macroproducer association is composed by Rizophora mangue. Douglas Rossini. Anomalocardia brasiliensis e Acteocina canaliculata were also important consumers. fertilizer carried. but also problems. Laguncularia racenosa. Souza. O objetivo é desenvolver em 3 anos.

45 D Daniel Acosta Avalos. 54 Ana Júlia Ferreira Rocha. 43 Carlos Renato L. 37 Belinda de Cássia Manfredini. 31 Breno Mendes Quintanilha Sierra. 51 Denise Alves Fungaro. 30 Biagio F. 37 Ana Luiza Campos Maragno. 65 Daniela de O. Folha. Bergamasco. 40 Alexandra Franciscatto P. 58 Akebo Yamakami. 53 Ajibola Isau Badiru. 30 Cláudia Shizue Tanabe Barreto. Borsa. 32 Claudio Ruy Portela de Vasconcelos. 57 Airton Fontenele Sampaio Xavier. 54. 52 Carlos Celso do Amaral e Silva. 27 Cláudio Rodrigues. 52. Cruz. Lelyukhin. 42 Aline Tayane Lima da Silva. 50. 32 Comunidade São João do Tupé. 28 Bárbara Idino Barbosa de Castro. 56 Áurea Maria Ciotti. Achek. 46 C C. 31 Aparecida Hatanaka. 61 Cícero R. 39. 31 Christiano Magini. 31 Áurea Eleutério Pascalicchio. 52 André Scurato. 37 Ana Lucia Tucci Rizzo. 40 Anna Cristina Kira. 44 Ariosvaldo Ferreira Luz. 61 Adilson Elias Xavier. 27 Alexandre Las Casas. 29 Alex F. Saraiva. F. Francês. 37 Ana Carolina Corberi Famá Ayoub e Silva. 29 André Godoi. 35 Alessandro Farinaccio. de Santana. 37. 51 Aline Akabochi Fabreti. Sampaio. 38 Bruno Bezerra Chagas. 43 Carine Sérgio. 62 Bruna da Silva Oliveira.19. 40 Augusto C. 65 Caroline Sarah Souza de Oliveira. 34 Denis Donaire. 66 Alexandre Botari. 51. 57 Cristiane M. 52 Daniela Queiroz Damasceno. 54 Carolina S. 53 Dennis A. Santos. Almeida. 30 Cecília Fortes Merighi. 60 Aguinaldo Janot Mendes Filho. 51 Crislene Rodrigues da Silva Morais. 43 Carlos Augusto de Sampaio França. 54 Adelaide Nardocci. 28 André P. 40 July 16 . 63 Andrey B. 64 Danielly Cristina de Souza Costa. 49. Rosa. 36. 46 Claudio da Rocha Brito. 28 Antonio de Oliveira Siqueira. 62. 37 Andrés Emiliano Fraiz Toma. Cassiano. Nogueira. 65 André H. 64 Ana Paula Branco do Nascimento. 45. 60 Cleide Samara Mescouto. 51 Auro Tanaka. 30 Anselmo Augusto de Castro. 55 Adriana Delfino dos Santos. Kagohara. 37 Cícero B. 45. 40 Antonio Francisco Savi. 28 Ângelo José Consoni. 63 Caio Cezar Martins Santini. 35 Cintia Maria Ancona. 31 Carlos E. 53 Adriana Camejo da Silva. 2006. V. 46 Annunziata Donadio Chateaubriand. Santos. 40 Daniel Matos de Carvalho. 47 Analice Cardoso Serra. 34 Cristina Munhão Gonçalves. 55 Cristiana Ribeiro Argenta. 46 Bernadete Maria de Mendonça Neta. 35. 30 Conceição Aparecida Viude. 64 Ana Luiza Ferreira Campos Maragno. 61 Bruna Mohovic. 57 Daniel Tizo Costa. 63. 35. 48 Antonio S. 42. 31. 36 Ana Lúcia da Fonseca Bragança Pinheiro. Cavati. 35 André Ribeiro de Rezende. 29 Bruno Rógora Kawano. 34 Daniel Neves da Silva Ferreira. Brito. 62 Allan George Lima Ferreira. 29 Alex R. 66 Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa. BRAZIL B © 2006 EHWC Environmental and Health World Congress 67 . 60 Aristides Almeida Rocha. 48 Cristina Sisti. 53. 62 Beatriz Miessva Acerbi. 30 Claudia Segadilha Adler. 64 Anton M. 65 Carlos Alexandre Borges Garcia. 43 Cyro Bernardes Junior. Godoy. 37 Cecília M. 36 Andrea Matsue Sugui. 61 Carlos F. 45. 45 Carlos Cezar da Silva. 48 Adriano Vecchiatti Lupinacci. 56 Denise Emilia Moreira Jacobucci Bambace. 62 Claudete Barbosa da Silva. Giannetti. Ciotti. 46 Andrea Pimenta Ambrozevicius. 40 André Luiz de Lima Reda. 42 Alessandra F. 51 Adriana de Jesus Reis. 37 Anselmo Zonta. Carvalho. 57 Ana Paula Marconi. 56. 37 Ana Cristina Taigy. Radilov.Index of Authors A Ádamo L. B.

61 Geraldo José Peres. 35 Douglas Rossini. 34 Dione Aline Ribeiro dos Santos. 55. 65 Elcio Schuhmacher. Camargo. Júnior. 54 Felippe Moura. 57 Homero Ferreira. 48 Erika Monteiro de Souza e Savi. 36 Ivany Sevarolli. Avenarius. 58. 64 Gustavo Rocha de Castro. B. 66 Douglas Mauricio M. 52 Ismael Medeiros. 66 Fabrico Garcia. 56 Hélio Marcos da Silva. Santos. 27 Jo Dweck. 40 Jorge Kawamura. 39 Helio de Lucena Lira. 48. 36. 29. 63 Flávia S. 29. N. 66 Fernanda M. 56. 34 João C. 61 Gilberto Teixeira da Silva. 61. 37 Jomar Barros Filho. 54 Evelyn Arrais Guzman. 55 João Virgílio Merighi. Loureiro. 48 Dimitri Corrêa Ribeiro da Silva. 64 Emerson P. Barreto. 59 Jeffrey Soble. 48 Erika Naomi Tominaga. 55 Dmitry B. 57 Gil Ferraro. 64 João Jorge Souza dos Santos. Souza. 61. 52 Flávia M. 60 © 2006 EHWC .19. 49 Flávio Mário de Alcântara Calazans. 64 Elenita C. 44. 35. Bonamigo. 59 July 16 . 37 Fabiano Salvadori. BRAZIL Environmental and Health World Congress 68 G Gabriel Clemente.M. Martins. 43 Elaine D. 39. Moser. 61 João C. A. 63 Fabiana Lima Silveira.C. 43 José Juan Barrera-Alba. Furusawa. 66 Gilberto Nascimento. 48 Gabriela Sá Leitão de Mello. 30 Diomar Cesar Lobão. 62. 66 Farize Murad Falcão Ferreira. 60 José Carlos Crocomo. 28 Gelmires de Araújo Neves. 47 Izabel Cristina Alcantara de Souza. J. Schwartzman.Devani Salomão de Moura Reis. 33. 57 Fabio Giordano. Filho. 27 Janaísa Gomes Dias de Oliveira. 61 Gilberto Berzin. 60 Jonas A. 34 F F. Oliveira. 52 J Jairo Bezerra Silvai. 33 Ivanise Gaubeur. 36 Gilmar Wanzeller Siqueira. 27 Eva Rovere Stawkowski. 62 Elizabeth Sonoda Keiko Dantas. 44 Hélio Ricardo Silva. 66 E Edson Luís Tocaia dos Reis. 66 Gabriela Kluppe. 47 Francisco Carlos da Silva. 51 Frederico Ostritz. 63 Greiceana Marques Dias de Morais. 56 I Iara Fonseca de Souza. O. 28 Djane de Fátima Oliveira. 47 Hernani Luiz Brinati. 32. 50 Eliane Aparecida Justino. 63. 34 Fernando Pinheiro Andutta.S. 28. 34 Emilia Ângela Loschiavo Arisawa. 61. S. Teixeira. Elysio Mira Oliveira. 61 José Carlos Chitolina. 65 Érika Tamanaha. 62 Giovana Calcagno Gomes. 62. 63 Isoken Tito Aighewi. 52. Romeyer. Marcatto. 34. . 39 Eduardo Vila Gonçalves Filho. 46 Eudes Jose Arantes. 61 Eduardo Fagundes Carvalho. 60 Fernanda Pardini Ricci. 63 Fernanda Voietta Pinna. 54 Evelyn Loures de Godoi. 27 James Wolfer. 53 João Luiz Pegoraro. 62 José Martins dos Santos. 53 Emmanuel Paiva de Andrade. 38. 38 Evelyn Regina de Souza Santos. 61. P. 48 Elâine A. 58 Gisele Castro Fontanella Pileggi. 65. 28 Douglas B. 43 Ellen Barbosa de Andrade. 54 João da Rocha Medrado Neto. 37 Fernando Batalha. 56 Georgh H. 64 Elisabete Santis Braga da Graça Saraiva. 34 Elaine Leite. 31. Saldanha-Corrêa. 46 José do Patrocínio Hora Alves. 59 Irina A.R. 60 João Vicente de Assunção. 65 Helenice Leite Garcia. 52 Fernanda Oliveira Simon. Pinheiro. 34 H Haricia Ribeiro Sales. 58. 60 James Roberg. 30 Heidy Pitteri. 43 Hélio A. 45 Flávio Henrique dos Santos Foguel. 36 Gleyci A. 32. 39 Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto. 44 Giancarlo Takao Nakajima. 27 Ivaceli dos Santos Bezerra. 48. 37 Iara M. 2006. 50 Fabio Cesar da Silva. Zaitsevv. 55. W. 30 João Fernando Dias. 35 Emerson Luis de Santa Helena. 32 Eduardo Antonio Licco. Costa. 42 José C.C.

Carrió. 40. BRAZIL Environmental and Health World Congress 69 . 50 Marcel Mendes. 38 Osvaldo Beltrame Filho. 55 Luciana Pranzetti Barreira. 40 Maria Conceição Monteiro Silva. 49 Marta Stephan. 52 Michelly Baldovinotti. 32. 65 Nelson Maculan. 29 Melany M. 56 Lígia Aíra de Medeiros. 31. 36. 32. 43 Juliana Martuscelli. 61 © 2006 EHWC O Onaldo Jose Nunes Filho. 27. Silveira. Moracci.19. 38 Manoel Souza Filho. 42. 42 Miguel da Fonseca Amaral Ribeiro. 65 K Kátia R. 29 Luiz H. 34 Mônica Medeiros. 46 Patrícia Colombo Compri. Oliveira. 54 Maria Bernadete Gonçalves Martins. 52 Marcos B. 41 Liliane dos Santos Machado. 51 Michael Bruce Beck. 52 Josevaldo Alves Nascimento. Ptitsyna. Machado. 29 N Natalya G. 56 Juliana I. 45. 59 Lemuel Dourado Guerra. 28 Michael R. 65 Marcos José Negreiros Gomes. Rodrigues. 49 Márcio Antônio Ferreira. 53 Manuel M. Silva. 58 P Patrícia Bezerra da Silva. 39 Marta Fanchin. Otomo. 50 Otávio Luiz Bottecchia. 63 Mercedes Puga Las Casas. 57 Marinoé Gonzaga da Silva. S. 46 Maria Aparecida Faustino Pires.José Wellington de Oliveira Lima. 42. 53 Mônica Maria Ferreira Teles. 65. 43. 53 Nelson Magalhães Karan. Lima. 33 Moacir Eckhart. Ciampi. 39 Marcos I. Vezzaro. 42 Luiz Alfredo Pavanin. Marques. 37 Leonardo C. 43 Maurea Nicoletti Flynn. 53 Nelson O. 28 Natasha Czar Rugno. P. 56 Luciana Aulicino. 60. Santos. 52 Luiz C. 66 Maurício A. 43 Maria Nogueira Marques. 53 Marcelo Portugal Ferreira. 61 Newton Narciso Pereira. 64 L Laercio Caetano. Fernandez. 61. 39 Miguel Normanha Arantes Filho. Pasin. 40 Liane A. 27 Melina de Campos Cabral. A. 46 Ligia Cristina Gonçalves de Siqueira. 45. 27 Luiz F. 63 Luiz Di Bernardo. Zanon. Beringhs-Bueno. 55 Liliane A. 45. Proença. 57 Orsolya Salanki. 40 Luciana Soares. 40 Leila Figueiredo de Miranda. 63 Lucimara A. 54 Jussara Santos Neto. 35 Luiz Otávio de Almeida Castro. 60 Luciana de Figueiredo Lopes Lucena. 60 Leo Eduardo Ferreira. 53 Joseph Harari. 59 Marcelo Aledi Felsemburgh. 50. 53 Marcos Pinto Monteiro de Oliveira. 50 Moacyr Machado Cardoso Junior. 47 Maria Cecília Focesi Pelicioni. 43 Marina Alberti Macedo. 39 Juliana de Carvalho Izidoro. 30 Marco Antonio Utrera Martines. 58 Maria Bernadete Fernandes Vieira de Melo. 29. 32. 32. 33. 46 Maria N. 36 Maira Cardoso Monje. 35. 43 Otto Meilli. 34 Laerte Bernardes Arruda. 29. dos Santos. 38 M Magda Aparecida Salgueiro Duro. 37 Melissa Carvalho. 51 Juan Alfredo G. 36 Kleber Lúcio Borges. 60 Leonardo Rios. 42 Monika Schlegel. 43 Osvaldo Luiz Golçalves Quelhas. 43 Mário Arthur de Souza Fontes. Reimbold. 34 Marcos A. 49 Maria Helena Lopes Amigo. 54 Maria Lúcia Pereira Antunes. 34 Leandro Luiz Giatti. 28 Márcia Regina da Silva. 37 Leandro C. 43. 33 Lisiane Navarro de Lima Santana. 42 Júlio César Pereira. de Morais. 37. 54 Maria Elisa de Paula Eduardo Garavello. 49 Milane Caroline de Oliveira Valdek. 34 Marlene Flues. 49. 54 July 16 . 2006. 63 Luís Fernando Rossi Léo. 62 Marycel Elena Barbosa Cotrim. 65 Luiz Bruner de Miranda. 61 Kauê Fakri. 58 Maria do Carmo Bueno de Castro Setti. 55. M. 57 Nilce Ortiz. 55 Maria Luiza Rabelo Dias Trindade. 51. P. 29 Moysés Gonsalez Tessler. 59 Juliano Schimiguel. 29. 31 Maurício Luciano Carvalho. 64 Lawrence Ikeda. 31. 44. Ferrari. 65 Juliano Murilo Côco. 36 Maria do Socorro Márcia Lopes Souto. 59 Juliana C.

48 Ricardo Francisco Cabanas. 57 Romério dos Santos. 44. 37 Tális B. Sandra Regina dos Anjos Oliveira. Bonilla. 27 V Valéria Lerch Lunardi. 39 Vanessa Melo Silva. 35. 60 Rita de Cássia Perni Rossi. 34 Rosangela Kiekow da Rosa . 34 Pedro José da Silva. Morrone. 66 Ronei Marcos de Moraes. Hosogi. 40 Tânia Grigoletto. P. 54 © 2006 EHWC Y Yuji Ishiguro. 28 July 16 . 31. 43 Renata Ferraz de Toledo. 52. 33. S. 61 Sofia Mara Sousa. 2006. F. 61. 51 Silneiton Favero-Silva. BRAZIL Environmental and Health World Congress 70 . 51 S Sabetai Calderoni. 38 Silva Maria Sartor. Filho. 65 Patricia S. 56 Silvia H. Fernandes. 37 Roberto Fioravante Carelli Fontes. 54. 44 Ricardo Moreira da Silva. 65 Sandro D. 32 Philippe Michelon. 57 Silvia Santamaria da Fonseca. 59 Rudy Forti Crocomo. 28 Yuri V. 46. Nakanishi. 53 Ticiane M. 54 Thiago Müller da Silva. Trofimenko. 29. 29. Trivelin.19. da Silva. 37 Thales de A. 65 Willian Carlos de Souza. 51 Silvana Audrá Cutolo. 35 Sônia Maria de Stefano Piedade. 46 Rita Moura Fortes. 39 Tânia de Mattos. 53 Priscilla Romano. 55 Sabrina C. 40. Armellei. Silva. 33 Terezinha Jocelen Masson. 57 Robson Seriani. 66 Simone de Fátima Pinheiro Pereira. 37 Rogério Eduardo Guedes. Kopytenko. e Souza. 63 Regina Viegas. 41 Raquel Cymrot. 52 Salvador Laviano Neto. Ismagilov. 44 Wilson Aroma. 60 Talía Manceira Bonfante. 35 R Rafael Augusto dos Reis Higashi. 32. 55 Paulo C. 54 Sônia Maria Flores Gianesella. 33 Paula K. 32 Vanessa Flores. 41 Vanessa M. 53 Vladimir G. 60 Renato da S. 56 Sidney da Silva Aride. 50 Sidney Isidro da Silva Júnior. 44. Ottoni. 66 Thais Lobo dos Santos. Farias da Rosa. 38 T Taciana Figueiredo Gomes. 53. 32. 59 Suzanne Roy. 62 Simone R.Patrícia Machado. 28 Yuri A. 66 Thiago de Oliveira Pinheiro. 58 Roque Passos Piveli. 49. 37 Roberto Gonçalves Freire. 50. 40 Sergio Antonio Sperandio. 54 Paulo Roxo Barja. 50. 45. 48. 38. 34 Roosevelt S. 37 Regina Davison Dias. 40 Renata Maria Martins. 61 Vanessa M. B. 59 Thadeu Alfredo F. 32. 46 U Ulamen Osaigbovo. de Campos. 63 Rafael Furtado de Paiva. 56 Rosane B. 37 Protasio Ferreira e Castro. 31 Silvia Maria Guerra Molina. Constante de Moraes. Büchler. 61 Patrícia Silva Nascimento. 41 Pedro de Magalhães Padilha. 66 Sérgio Luís de Carvalho. 33 Paulo de Tarso. Santos. 44. 42 Rosana Ramos Almeida. Zakharov. 48 Sandro Celso Soares de Oliveira. 44. 43 Tarciana Liberal Pereira. 50 Paulo Artaxo. Vieira. 34 Pedro Moreira de Sousa Junior. O. 29. de Deus. 47 Sergio Luiz de Oliveira. 58 Valery S. Mancini. 62. 57. 39 Simão Fernandes . 40. 41 Rita Dione Araújo Cunha. 35 Paulo Cesar de Holanda Furtado. 52 W Wagner Batista dos Santos. 51 Pedro M. 49. 63 Susana Maria Mana de Aráoz. 28 Valquíria C. 58 Reinaldo Esteves de Mendonça. 56 Thais Esposito. 41 Sérgio Ricardo Lourenço. 40 Silvério C. 31.