Anelize Manuela Bahniuk

Anelize Manuela Bahniuk
Universidade Federal do Paraná | UFPR · Department of Geology

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August 2014 - present
Universidade Federal do Paraná
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In this work, the organic matter content present in core samples from the Mahogany Zone of the Green River Formation was examined in order to better understand the sources of organic matter, thermal maturity, and environmental conditions of deposition. The preserved organic matter is rich in n-alkanes, especially long odd carbon chain n-alkanes (≥...
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Carbonate deposits and sedimentary records from lake in southern Patagonia provide an excellent contribution in the regional environmental register. Laguna Timone maar crater is situated in the Pali Aike Volcanic Field, a Quaternary volcano-tectonic complex in southern Patagonia and represent one of hundreds of “pools” of brines developed after exp...
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Exploring the geochemistry and biogeochemistry of modern and ancient sedimentary systems. Latin American Journal of Sedimentology and Basin Analysis
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Since the report of tubular structures interpreted as Cloudina from the Neoproterozoic Sete Lagoas Formation (SLF) in the Bambuí basin of eastern Brazil, this stratigraphic unit has become a focus of numerous geochemical, paleomagnetic, geochronological and sequence stratigraphic studies. Geochemical data from the SLF have been used to infer paleoe...
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Tufas are freshwater carbonate deposits that attracted attention as paleoclimatic archives and analogs of microbial carbonates. Recent geomicrobiological studies revealed that cyanobacterial photosynthesis significantly contributed to the precipitation of CaCO3 (photosynthesis-induced CaCO3 precipitation; PICP), and that the chemical properties of...
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In this study, we present a correlation between δ¹⁸OC values of carbonate in tooth enamel samples from the modern Brazilian population and the available δ¹⁸ODW data for the meteoric water from the Global Network of Isotopes in Precipitation (GNIP). Tooth enamel from 119 Brazilian individuals from five different regions of the country were analyzed....
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The Capiru Group (Neoproterozoic) is a 4 km-thick succession deposited on the northern margin of the Curitiba microplate, Southern Ribeira Belt, Brazil. The Capiru Group successions are deformed within the Brasiliano - Pan African Ribeira Belt, which culminated in the amalgamation of Western Gondwana. Even though the rocks are metamorphosed and def...
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Hydrothermally affected basaltic flows and volcaniclastic rocks in northwestern Paraná (Brazil) display textural features associated with secondary minerals, reflecting the temperature intensity and evolution of the hydrothermal process. Determination of the secondary mineralogy and the geochemical processes associated with their precipitation are...
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The Austral-Magallanes Basin covers the southernmost region of Patagonia, South America. South of Lago Argentino, the Calafate Formation documents part of the foreland stage of the evolution of this basin. Here, sandstones from the Calafate Formation were characterized using petrographical, X-ray diffraction (XRD) and geochemical data in order to e...
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Contributions of abiotic and biotic processes on travertine deposition are still not well understood due to technical difficulties, despite that the travertines draw attention as analogues for ancient microbial carbonates and oil reservoirs. To evaluate their contributions, this study examined eight hot springs in Japan. Water chemistry analyses sh...
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Pietzsch (2021) commented about the clumped isotope and strontium isotopic ratios published in Farias et al. (2019), suggesting in their interpretation that clumped isotopes of the Barra Velha Formation may require consideration of non-equilibrium isotopic effects or isotopic reordering, and that ⁸⁷Sr/⁸⁶Sr data do not support leaching predominantly...
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Background: This study aimed to investigate the morphology and chemical composition of dental caries related to ionizing radiation (DCIR), an aggressive and progressive disease that affects dental hard tissues. Materials and methods: Eight human teeth with DCIR were paired with sixteen control teeth (8 teeth with conventional caries and 8 withou...
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The Aptian evaporitic transitional sequence (sag phase) of the Brazilian marginal basins records the first connection between the Central and South Atlantic oceans in the equatorial area. During this phase, lacustrine carbonate reservoirs and giant salt deposits developed in the southern basins of Santos and Campos, forming world‐class petroleum re...
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Abstract Oncoid nucleation and growth have been attributed to microorganism activity, commonly cyanobacteria, resulting in the trapping of organic, bioclastic or lithoclastic nuclei by concentric laminations. However, the factors controlling these processes are not well understood, especially regarding freshwater precipitation systems. Freshwater o...
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This work aimed to characterize the shells found in stromatolites from Lagoa Salgada, Rio de Janeiro, and to understand the relationship and influence of these small organisms with the development of the biostructure in which they occur. A recent sample of domal stromatolite was divided from the bottom to the top into five facies, with the thrombol...
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Mg clay minerals are usually associated with carbonates in alkaline-saline environments, precipitated from solution and/or transformation from other minerals. The aim of this research is to identify the mineralogy and geochemistry of clay minerals in different alkaline lakes in the Nhecolândia region, the southernmost region of the Pantanal wetland...
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Genetic and diagenetic processes of travertine were examined at Futamata hot spring, where both active and inactive (subfossil and fossil) travertines are present. Geochemical and geomicrobiological analyses of active travertines reveal that abiotic process of CaCO3 precipitation is predominant. Photosynthetic inhibition of CaCO3 precipitation occu...
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The interaction between organic and organic processes is fundamental for understanding the formation of carbonate reservoirs. In this context, precipitation of clay minerals negatively interferes with the porosity of pre-salt systems. In Brazil, the Pantanal region is a place where there are thousands of lagoons, that is, a current example of a lak...
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Modern carbonate environments can serve as possible analogs to improve our understanding of the physical-chemical processes involved in the formation of ancient microbial carbonates deposited in association with various Mg-clay minerals. Nevertheless, to define a realistic model for carbonate and clay mineral precipitation, it is difficult to study...
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Environments with extreme climatic, geological and tectonic conditions produce a chemical signature in surface and groundwaters. These hydrochemical conditions condition, in many cases, carbonate precipitation. Modern carbonate environments can serve as possible analogs to improve our understanding of the physical-chemical processes involved in the...
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Thousands of small lakes are found on the surface of alluvial deposits in the Pantanal region, a fracture basin in the interior of South America, Brazil. They have different origins and a variety of water and bottom sediments. Some lakes are saline or alkaline, but most are freshwater. The diversity of lake properties has been investigated to arriv...
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Suspended sediments (SSs) were examined regarding the content of fatty acids (FAs) to associate them with sources of soil entry into the river. The source of organic matter was traced through fatty acid distribution, as well as erosion. Also, TOC, TN, and TOC/NT were used to support the results of FAs. For this, a tropical river was chosen to under...
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The Região dos Lagos situated along the coast east of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is dominated by a semiarid microclimate attributed to the occurrence of oceanographic upwelling at nearby Cabo Frio. The upwelling is strongly associated with the dominance of NE winds during austral spring/summer and the directional change of the shoreline orientation. S...
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Since the first discoveries of oil accumulations in the carbonate reservoirs of the Lower Cretaceous Barra Velha Formation of the Santos Basin, their genesis has been the subject of intense discussion. Different depositional models have been proposed, with some authors advocating a microbial origin, while others an abiotic origin as travertines or...
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This paper presents the investigation of fraud and of the theft of metal acquired by a Brazilian company from a Chinese supplier. Zinc ingots were transported by ship from China to the city of Londrina, in Paraná State, Brazil. However, they were substituted at some point during their journey, and replaced with bags containing fine crushed rock. In...
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As tufas são rochas carbonáticas continentais precipitadas a partir de um fluido rico em bicarbonato com temperatura ambiente, comumente apresentam restos de micro e macrovegetais, invertebrados e bactérias. As tufas de Bonito (MS) ocorrem principalmente ao longo de drenagens, e estão relacionados com rochas subjacentes do Grupo Corumbá, sendo inse...
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The application of animal manure in agricultural production is common around the world. Nevertheless, the effects of surface-applied liquid manures on soil properties are not well investigated. The purpose of this research was to use X-ray computed tomography to assess near-soil surface porosity and to evaluate the thickness of the sealing caused b...
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The Capiru Formation is a metassedimentary sequence composed of carbonates and siliciclastic rocks, embedded in the Curitiba Terrain supracrustal record, related to neoproterozoic collisions of the Southern Ribeira Belt-South Brazil. Metamorphic and deformation records are marked by zones with incomplete paragenesis of greenschist facies (chlorite...
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RESUMO: Com o objetivo de entender a influência de bactérias em ambiente controlado no processo de mineralização do Fe 2+ e Fe 3+ , foram montados seis ensaios de bancada com três tipos de bactérias (fotossintetizantes, sulfato redutoras e ferrobacterias) e duas soluções principais, uma contendo Fe 2+ e outra Fe 3+. O controle do experimento foi re...
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The study of clay-mineral/dolomite associations within carbonate sequences has important consequences for the interpretation of scientific problems related with rock reservoirs, such as alteration of potential porosity and permeability. The genetic characteristics of clayey material, whether formed by allogenic or authigenic processes, affect the r...
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The relative influences of biotic and abiotic processes on travertine fabrics are still not well understood, despite increasing interest in the last decade to better understand the record of ancient microbial life and sedimentary fabrics in microbial hydrocarbon reservoirs. This study examines travertines at Satono‐yu hot spring in Japan (the tempe...
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The Capiru Formation consists of a low-grade meta-sedimentary succession of slates, phyllites, quartzites and marbles, disposed in blocks delimited by thrust and strike-slip faults in the Curitiba Terrane, Southern Ribeira Belt, Southern Brazil. The metamorphic and deformation records are heterogeneous, with deformed zones tectonically interbedded...
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The Capiru formation is a low-grade metasedimentary sequence composed by slates, rhythmic phyllites, quartzites and marbles, disposed and disrupted in tectonic blocks delimited by thrust and strike-slip faults related to oblique collisions in the southern Ribeira Belt, Curitiba terrane, southern Brazil. The rocks of the Capiru formation crops out a...
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Resumo: Os metadolomitos da Formação Capiru, unidade supracrustal do Terreno Curitiba – Cinturão Ribeira Sul, registram variação de isógradas metamórficas desde fácies xisto verde com paragêneses incompletas à anquimetamórficas, possibilitando a preservação de estruturas sedimentares reliquiares. Em perfis estratigráficos a faciologia observada é s...
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Resumo: O objetivo deste estudo é entender em quais condições o elemento químico ferro se precipita de acordo com a indução por diferentes tipos de bactérias. Para tal foram montados seis ensaios com três tipos de bactérias (fotossintetizantes, sulfato redutoras e ferrobacterias) e duas soluções principais, uma contendo Fe 2+ e outra Fe 3+. O contr...
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Resumo: O objetivo deste estudo é entender em quais condições o elemento químico ferro se precipita de acordo com a indução por diferentes tipos de bactérias. Para tal foram montados seis ensaios com três tipos de bactérias (fotossintetizantes, sulfato redutoras e ferrobacterias) e duas soluções principais, uma contendo Fe2+ e outra Fe3+. O control...
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RESUMO: As estruturas organo-sedimentares conhecidas como estromatólitos, são formadas pela interação de microorganismos com sedimentos químicos e detríticos em ambientes hipersalinos e rasos. São importantes objetos de estudo para a ciência e economia, pois estromatólitos são considerados a evidência macroscópica mais antiga de vida na Terra, pode...
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RESUMO: O mineral halita (NaCl) corresponde a um dos mais conhecidos cristais iônicos, o qual pertence ao sistema cristalino cúbico. Na natureza, esse mineral é o principal componente encontrado em salinas, que são corpos de água salgada nos quais a taxa de evaporação é maior do que a taxa de precipitação, formando depósitos evaporíticos. Em condiç...
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RESUMO: A Formação Capiru é composta por rochas carbonáticas e siliciclásticas, estudos anteriores nas rochas siliciclásticas mostram estruturas sedimentares evidenciando registros de variações de lâmina d'água durante a sedimentação em ambiente deltaico. Nas sequências carbonáticas, alvo do presente estudo, são reconhecidas faixas com variações de...
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RESUMO: Microbialitos são estruturas organosedimentares formadas por colônias de bactérias que captam ou precipitam sedimentos. Atualmente, muito se estuda a respeito da ação dos microbialitos na precipitação de ferro nas formações ferríferas bandadas (BIF's). Estas são comuns no precambriano, constituindo, por exemplo, Carajás, uma das principais...
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RESUMO: Microbialitos são estruturas organo-sedimentares formadas pela interação das atividades microbianas (cianobactérias) com sedimentos químicos ou dedríticos, em ambientes hipersalinos. Tais organismos são considerados a evidência mais antiga de vida na Terra, uma vez que são abundantes nos registros fósseis pré-cambrianos, e sua origem data d...
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A Formação Capiru está localizada no Cinturão Ribeira Sul, no Terreno Curitiba. Caracteriza-se como uma sequência metassedimentar de baixo grau metamórfico composta por ardósias, filitos, filitos rítimicos, quartzitos e mármores, dispostos em blocos delimitados por falhas de cavalgamento e transcorrências. O metamorfismo, assim como a deformação da...
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A Formação Capiru, de idade Neoproterozóica, localizada na porção Sul do Cinturão Ribeira, no Terreno Curitiba é constituída por ardósias, filitos, metarritmitos, quartzitos, metarenitos e mármores dolomíticos com estromatólitos. Os estudos publicados sobre esta formação geralmente são de caráter regional ou sobre as sequências carbonáticas, e o po...
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Palavras-chave: Neoproterozoico, isótopos estáveis, paleoambiente A Formação Capiru é a unidade supracrustal da porção sul do Terreno Curitiba, inserida no contexto do Cinturão Orogenético Ribeira Meridional, sendo composta predominantemente por ardósias, filitos, metarenitos, metaritmitos, quartzitos e mármores dolomíticos com metamorfismo de baix...
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For many years, sedimentary dolomite rocks have been considered to be primarily a replacement product of the calcium carbonate components comprising the original limestone, a process known as secondary replacement dolomitization. Although numerous dolomite formations in the geological record are composed of fine-grained crystals of micritic dolomit...
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Holocene stromatolites characterized by unusually positive inorganic δ13CPDB values (i.e. up to +16‰) are present in Lagoa Salgada, a seasonally brackish to hypersaline lagoon near Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Such positive values cannot be explained by phototrophic fixation of CO2 alone, and they suggest that methanogenesis was a dominating process du...
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In some modern natural environments, authigenic clays occur in close spatial association with microbial cells and biofilms. These clays may be the result of a microbially influenced mineralization process. To test this hypothesis, we conducted laboratory experiments with organic molecules that are commonly produced by microbes and may promote miner...
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The study of microbial carbonates has acquired new significance with the recognition that they retain valuable information related to biomineralization processes associated with microbial activity throughout geological time. Additionally, microbialites have a demonstrated economic potential to serve as excellent hydrocarbon reservoirs. The Lower Cr...
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This study investigates the application of radiocarbon (14C) measurements for age determination of the growth rate of modern dolomite stromalites from Lagoa Salgada, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Improved estimation of growth rates related with microbial processes during stromatolite formation may provide insights into ancient microbial carbonate sedimen...
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Stromatolites were collected from the Laney Member of the Early Eocene Green River Formation near LaClede, Wyoming. LaClede stromatolites are laminated at the micron scale and form domes ~10 cm in diameter. Relatively coarse sediments (>300 μm) fill interdomal depressions, but are rare within fine-grained laminae (a grain size distribution common i...
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Recent studies of the sedimentological, stratigraphic and geochemical aspects of carbonate microbialites have been carried out to characterize the paleoenvironmental and hydrological conditions of deposition for the Aptian Codó Formation (Parnaíba Basin) and the time-equivalent Santana Formation (Araripe Basin). This environmental interpretation is...
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Ancient microbial processes continue to be active in isolated modern lacustrine environments. As these unique environments can serve as analogues for Precambrian systems, biogeochemical studies in modern lakes or lagoons can be used to develop a better understanding of microcosms thriving on the early Earth. We study the biogeochemical processes as...
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Orientador : Prof. Dr. Jose Manoel dos Reis Neto Co-orientadores : Prof. Dr. Antonio Manuel de Almeida Rebelo, Prof. Dr. Nilo Siguehiro Matsuda Dissertaçăo (mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Paraná, Setor de Setor de Ciencias da Terra, Programa de Pós-Graduaçao em Geologia. Defesa: Curitiba, 2007 Inclui bibliografia Área de concentraçăo: Geologia...

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Research and Development Project whose main objective is to understand the depositional environment and the geochemical signs of clay minerals, microbial carbonates, travertines and tufas, as well as their permoporous properties as reservoir rock, at different scales.
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O Projeto PETHROS é fruto da cooperação técnico-científica entre o Instituto Federal Suíço de Tecnologia - ETH Zürich e a Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. PETROBRAS, na área de reservatórios carbonáticos, especificamente em reservatórios microbiais e dolomitas.