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Uma proposta de jogo didático como instrumento de ensino e aprendizagem para a geografia escolar: desbravando o parque estadual de Paraúna
(2020) Ferreira, Bruno Martins; Lima, Cláudia Valéria de; Candeiro, Carlos Roberto dos Anjos
The school is an important space for building knowledge, through daily actions, students, problematize social facts and understand the dynamism of the earth. In this sense, this article seeks to present a proposal for a didactic game as a teaching and learning tool for School Geography, based on the use of geodiversity elements (rocks, minerals and relief forms) that present geotourism potential in the Paraúna State Park in the municipality of Paraúna, southern Goiás state. For the preparation of the game, a card-style pattern was chosen based on the map of Paraúna State Park, with charts illustrating the elements of geodiversity. Through the game Breaking Paraúna State Park, the children can walk along a trail and understand the main concepts related to geodiversity and awakening to the geoconservation of the park. The game also leads to popularization of scientific knowledge and dissemination of geosciences.
Geodiversity geological and geomorphological of the municipality of Paraúna, central-southern Goiás state, Brazil
(2020-02) Ferreira, Bruno Martins; Lima, Cláudia Valéria de; Candeiro, Carlos Roberto dos Anjos
The research area of the present study was the municipality of Paraúna, Goiás state, Brazil, in the mesoregion of Southern Goiás, Vale do Rio dos Bois microregion. Paraúna stands out for its great tourist potential, having various tourist attractions such as the geological structure Ponte de Pedra, the mountains Serra do Galés and Serra da Portaria, among others. The State Park of Paraúna, created by the law-decree Nº 5.568 of March 18th, 2002, is also part of this municipality. This study aimed to analyze and discuss the geodiversity based on geology and geomorphology of Paraúna. The term geodiversity consists of a variety of landscapes, geological environments, rocks, soils, fossils, minerals and other surface deposits that support life on Earth. We identified and mapped seven Geodiversity sites in the northern region of Paraúna municipality.
Primeiro registro de um terópode (Dinosauria, Theropoda) do Neocretáceo do Grupo Bauru, sul de Goiás, Brasil
(2020-07) Candeiro, Carlos Roberto dos Anjos; Brusatte, Stephen Louis; Costa, Raoni Ribeiro Guedes Fonseca; Ulian, Michael; Ferreira, Bruno Martins; Lima, Cláudia Valéria de
The objective of this article is to describe the first record of a theropod carnivorous dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of the Adamantina Formation (Bauru Group, Paraná Basin) in the south of the state of Goiás in the Midwest region of Brazil. The methodology of this work was based on a bibliographic survey about the characteristics of teeth of theropods and the geology of the region, in addition to the description and morphological comparisons. This specimen was found in a geodiversity site called Serra da Portaria, in the Paraúna State Park, municipality of Paraúna, where residuals from the Adamantina Formation is exposed. The specimen, a fragmentary tooth covered with iron oxide, but with a partially preserved crown, was assigned as a percentage to an undetermined theropod for having a labiolingually compressed crown and cross section. In addition to the Bauru Group in the state of Goiás, only remnants of sauropod herbivorous dinosaurs are known for the Adamantina and Marília formations, the tooth described here is the first osteological record of a theropod from the south of Goiás.
Geoturismo no rio Amazonas: proposta de roteiro para Macapá e Santana (AP)
(2020) Lima, Eduardo Queiroz de; Lima, Cláudia Valéria de; Avelar, Valter Gama de
The state of Amapá has several natural elements that can be adequately used by Geotourism, but which lack more excellent scientific knowledge and planning. This work aims to present a proposal for a fluvial geotourism route on the Amazon River between the cities of Macapá and Santana, including natural and cultural elements, where geodiversity is the protagonist. This route is evaluated qualitatively by the values ​​of geodiversity and by the abiotic ecosystem services, following a methodology developed from the works of Silva and Nascimento (2016), Brilha et al. (2018) and Gray (2018). Initially, a bibliographic survey was carried out on the bases of Scielo, Portal de Periódicos Capes / MEC and Brazilian Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations and secondary data were searched on the IBGE and CPRM cartographic bases. Primary data on geodiversity, biodiversity and cultural aspects were obtained from field visits carried out between the months of October 2019 and March 2020. Subsequently, these data were evaluated in order to select relevant aspects for the preparation of the itinerary. As a result, the São José de Macapá Fortress, the Fazendinha beach, the old port of ICOMI (manganese mining company), the mouth of the Vila Nova river and the Recanto da Aldeia beach were the chosen attractions. From the data collected, the economic, aesthetic, cultural, scientific/educational and functional values ​​and the abiotic ecosystem services of provision, support, regulation, cultural and knowledge were identified. This itinerary has the potential to foster the economic activity of tourism, generating income and jobs for the population, evoking a sustainable perception of nature for visitors and the local population, as well as a sense of cultural appreciation and belonging to the place.
Geodiversidade no Cerrado goiano
(2020-12) Carneiro, Vandervilson Alves; Lima, Cláudia Valéria de; Lima, Andréa Maciel
Geodiversity represents the diversity of abiotic elements considering the phenomena and active processes that give rise to landscapes, rocks, minerals, fossils, soils and other surface deposits and hydrological processes that support and promote the development of life on Earth. However, geodiversity brings up different levels of threat, vulnerability and fragility. Such threats are the result of a lack of knowledge of their importance and the absence of plans and programs for land use that take into account their existence. The Cerrado biome presents a set of natural conditions superimposed in a complex way, which has favored its intensive use and the development of agricultural activities. In this context, the evolutionary history of the Cerrado biome is closely related to the geological history and climatic variations in a global proportion that affected the South American continent. Thus, the ecosystem services provided by geodiversity in this biome are diverse. This article aims to discuss the main concepts related to geodiversity, geoconservation and geological heritage with an emphasis on Geodiversity studies in the Cerrado Goiano in order to present the state of the art of research related to this subject.