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DOI10.1016/j.colsurfa.2012.09.041
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TitleSynthesis and optimization of colloidal silica nanoparticles and their functionalization with methacrylic acid
Year2012
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Author1 Arantes, Tatiane Moraes
2 Pinto, Alexandre H.
3 Leite, Edson R.
4 Longo, Elson
5 Camargo, Emerson R.
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Affiliation1 Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE) / LIEC - Laboratório Interdisciplinar de Eletroquímica e Cerâmica, Department of Chemistry, UFSCar-Federal University of São Carlos
2 LIEC - Laboratório Interdisciplinar de Eletroquímica e Cerâmica, Department of Chemistry, UFSCar-Federal University of São Carlos, Rod. Washington Luis km 235, CP 676, São Carlos, SP 13565-905, Brazil
3 LIEC - Laboratório Interdisciplinar de Eletroquímica e Cerâmica, Department of Chemistry, UFSCar-Federal University of São Carlos, Rod. Washington Luis km 235, CP 676, São Carlos, SP 13565-905, Brazil
4 LIEC-IQ, Chemistry Institute of Araraquara, Department of Biochemistry and Technological Chemistry, UNESP - São Paulo State University
5 LIEC-IQ, Chemistry Institute of Araraquara, Department of Biochemistry and Technological Chemistry, UNESP - São Paulo State University, Rua Francisco Degni, CP 355, Araraquara, SP 14801-907, Brazil
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JournalColloids and Surfaces A, Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects
Volume415
Number5
Pages209-217
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Keywordssilica nanoparticles
factorial design
particle size
surface functionalization
AbstractThe synthesis of colloidal SiO2 nanoparticles was achieved via the base-catalyzed hydrolysis and polycondensation of tetraethyl orthosilicate (TEOS) in an alcoholic medium with the careful variation of the concentrations of water, ammonia and TEOS. In this study, we investigated the influence of experimental parameters on the average size of nanoparticles by means of a multivariate statistical analysis using a factorial design to create one model to predict particle size in function of experimental conditions. This model predicted that it is possible to synthesize silica nanoparticles with size in the range from 17 to 333 nm, according to the chosen condition for the amount of water, ammonia and TEOS. It was observed that only the molar amount of NH3, the molar amount of H2O and the effect from interaction between molar amount of TEOS and H2O were significant. Subsequently, surface modification of the colloidal silica was performed in situ using the coupling agent 3(trimethoxysilyl)propyl methacrylate (TMSPM).
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DOI10.3390/ijgi1020209
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Labellattes: 5138927797059158 1 CanavesiAlva:2012:ChVeCo
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TitleChanges in Vegetation Cover in Reforested Areas in the State of São Paulo, Brazil and the Implication for Landslide Processes
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2 Alvala, Regina C. S.
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JournalISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
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Number2
Pages209-227
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Keywordsremote sensing
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Eucalyptus
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AbstractIn Brazil, plantations of exotic species such as Eucalyptus have expanded substantially in recent years, due in large part to the great demand for cellulose and wood. The combination of the steep slopes in some of these regions, such as the municipalities located close to the Serra do Mar and Serra da Mantiqueira, and the soil exposure that occurs in some stages in the Eucalyptus cultivation cycle, can cause landslides. The use of a geographic information system (GIS) assists with the identification of areas that are susceptible to landslides, and one of the GIS tools used is the spatial inference technique. In this work, the landslide susceptibility of areas occupied by Eucalyptus plantations in different stages of development in municipalities in the state of São Paulo was examined. Eight thematic maps were used, and, the fuzzy gamma technique was used for data integration and the generation of susceptibility maps, in which scenarios were created with different gamma values for the dry and rainy seasons. The results for areas planted with Eucalyptus were compared with those obtained for other land uses and covers. In the moderate and high susceptibility classes, the pasture is the land use type that presented the greatest susceptibility, followed by new Eucalyptus plantations and urban areas.
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TitleDevelopment of an interface to a spacecraft simulator empowered by virtual reality
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Author1 Cerqueira, Christopher Shneider
2 dos Santos, Walter Abrahao
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JournalSBC Journal on 3D Interactive Systems
Volume3
Number3
Pages37-44
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AbstractDue to its large territory, Brazil relies on space systems to perform a myriad of supporting activities. Space systems design requires strong modeling and simulations techniques for achieving high performance. This article describes the development of a goal-driven user interface (UI) for spacecraft distributed simulations using a service oriented paradigm and supporting different space missions. From usability problems with traditional simulators UIs, described by satellite subsystem design engineers, this work proposes three dimensional visualization, natural interaction techniques, virtual and augmented reality as well as interaction with touch-screen and gesture recognitions. This research uses an open source C/C++ toolkit, designed to provide interactivity, networking and scripting capabilities for simulator developers, this facilitates in providing specific input or output driver engines. Finally, some actual release pictures and information which includes singletouch interaction in the Smart Board Screen and some further developments are described for future work.
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NotesSetores de Atividade: Administração pública, defesa e seguridade social, Pesquisa e desenvolvimento científico, Telecomunicações.
Informações Adicionais: Due to its large territory, Brazil relies on space
systems to perform a myriad of supporting activities. Space
systems design requires strong modeling and simulations
techniques for achieving high performance. This article describes
the development of a goal-driven user interface (UI) for
spacecraft distributed simulations using a service oriented
paradigm and supporting different space missions. From
usability problems with traditional simulators UIs, described by
satellite subsystem design engineers, this work proposes three
dimensional visualization, natural interaction techniques, virtual
and augmented reality as well as interaction with touch-screen
and gesture recognitions. This research uses an open source
C/C++ toolkit, designed to provide interactivity, networking and
scripting capabilities for simulator developers, this facilitates in
providing specific input or output driver engines. Finally, some
actual release pictures and information which includes singletouch
interaction in the Smart Board Screen and some further
developments are described for future work..
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DOI10.5194/bgd-9-627-2012
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Citation KeyGloorGBFPMORBHAGZJPSPLZHL:2012:StDeTr
TitleThe carbon balance of South America: status, decadal trends and main determinants
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Author 1 Gloor, M.
 2 Gatti, L.
 3 Brienen, R. J. W.
 4 Feldpausch, T.
 5 Phillips, O.
 6 Miller, J.
 7 Ometto, J. -P.
 8 Rocha, H. Ribeiro da
 9 Baker, T.
10 Houghton, R.
11 Aragão, L.
12 Guyot, J. -L.
13 Zhao, K.
14 Jackson, R.
15 Peylin, P.
16 Sitch, S.
17 Poulter, B.
18 Lomas, M.
19 Zaehle, S.
20 Huntingford, C.
21 Lloyd1, J.
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 3 University of Leeds, School of Geography, Woodhouse Lane, LS9 2JT, Leeds, UK
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JournalBiogeosciences Discussions
Volume9
Pages627–671
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AbstractWe review the carbon balance and trends over the last decades, as well as their determinants, for South America as part of a catalogue of similar regional syntheses covering the globe for the RECCAP (REgional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Pro- 5 cesses) effort. South America as a region has attracted the attention of global carbon cycle and climate researchers mainly because of the very large amount of organic carbon stored in its rainforests. Amazonia contains on the order of 95120 PgC in living biomass and additional 160 PgC in soils (Gibbs et al., 2007; Malhi et al., 2006; Saatchi et al., 2011; Jobaggy and Jackson 2000; Appendix 2). To place this in perspective in 10 total this is approximately half of the amount of carbon contained in the atmosphere before the beginning of the industrialization in the 18th century. A substantial fraction of these carbon pools is thus amenable to release to the atmosphere on short timescales (decades) by deforestation. On the other hand, because of their vast size the forests also have the potential to slightly moderate the global carbon problem by taking 15 up carbon and thereby mitigating some emissions due to the burning of fossil fuels. However, this effect will eventually saturate. Hence two main factors will likely dictate future changes in forest biomass. Firstly, the current fast demographic and economic development (e.g., Soares-Filho et al., 2006), and secondly changes in forest biomass and biome boundaries caused by changes in atmospheric gas composition and any 20 associated climate change (e.g., Phillips et al., 2009; Marimon et al., 2006). The development of the region is associated directly with forest destruction mainly for agricultural use (e.g., DeFries et al., 2010), while changes brought about by altered climate and atmospheric composition on forests are subtler. Specifically, increases in carbon dioxide concentration and/or changes in direct light may stimulate tree growth 25 and in turn rainforest biomass gains (Lloyd and Farquhar, 1996; Mercado et al., 2009). There is strong evidence for such a process having occurred over the last decades and is still ongoing (Phillips et al., 1998, 2009; Lewis et al., 2009). In contrast the changing climate has also been hypothesized to have adverse effects on tropical rainforests. As for other parts of the globe, warming of the Earths surface is predicted to result in an increase in climate variation in South America (Held and Soden, 2006) including likely increased frequency and intensity of dry periods. Such increased variation, together with a general global warming, may possibly lead to forest decline through enhanced 5 water stress, and drought induced forest loss may be further amplified by fire (White et al., 1999; Cox et al., 2000; Poulter et al., 2010; Nepstad et al., 1999; Aragao and Shimabukuro, 2010). Altogether it is the interplay between the very large area covered by high carbon density intact forests, and the very fast economical and demographic development and a changing climate, which make South America of particular interest 10 for its role in the contemporary carbon cycle and, in turn, to climate over the decades to come. The purpose of this study is to give a state of the art assessment of South American carbon stocks, fluxes and time trends, and their dominant controls. Further, we will assess the role of South America in the carbon cycle over the last decades in or15 der to provide an indication for what to expect in the decades to come. The paper is structured as follows. We start with a characterization of main biomes, stocks, mean climate, climate trends, demography and economic development. We then present and discuss stocks and carbon fluxes associated with different processes and estimated using complementary methods. Dominant processes, in a loose sense, fall into 20 the categories of fossil fuel emissions, deforestation, agriculture and trade, and rainforest tree growth trends. We then also discuss inferences from atmospheric greenhouse gas concentration patterns on carbon sources and sinks using atmospheric transport inverse modelling and vegetation model estimates, whilst recognising these two methods are still in stages of development.
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TitleIndicators of soil degradation in urban forests: physical and chemical parameters
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Author1 Longo, Regina Márcia
2 Reis, Mariane Souza
3 Yamaguchi, C. S.
4 Demanboro, Antônio Carlos
5 Bettine, Sueli do Carmo
6 Ribeiro, Admilson Írio
7 Medeiros, G. A.
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JournalWIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment
Volume162
Pages497-506
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soil physics
soil degradation
AbstractThe fragmentation of forest habitats in urban areas has aroused increasing interest in recent years according to the growing environmental problems. The fragmentation of theses ecosystems is caused, in general, by the pressure of housing, agriculture and industry, causing losses in biodiversity and problems of soil degradation in the border areas of theses remnants. The establishment of indicators of soil degradation becomes essential for the implementation of conservation and reclamation. This study analyzes physical and chemical characteristics of soil under different forms of vegetation in the forest surrounding the Quilombo Forest, located in Campinas/SP Brazil, and examines the possibility of using these indices as indicators of environmental degradation in urban remnants. The parameters analyzed were: specific weight natural (γn), specific weight of solids (γs) Ca, P, K, Mg, pH, organic matter, H + Al, Sum of Base (SB) Percent Base Saturation (V%), Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC). The study shows that in general the different forms of land used in the study area significantly changed (or according to) the physical aspects of soil The porosity and voids of the soil stood out as the best indicators of soil physical degradation in the layer 0-20 cm deep. In relation to chemical indices, the soil under the cultivation of cane sugar had a significantly higher pH, K, Ca, Mg and sum of bases. The areas of forest showed higher levels of phosphorus, organic matter and CEC, indicating the importance of maintaining vegetation and replacement for the cycling of organic matter.
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