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The Quaternary alluvial systems tract of the Pantanal Basin
(Brazilian Journal of Geology, 2015-01-01) [Resenha]
The Pantanal Basin is an active sedimentary basin in central-west Brazil that consists of a complex alluvial systems tract characterized by the interaction between different river systems developed in one of the largest ...
Late Quaternary Cuiabá megafan, Brazilian Pantanal: Channel patterns and paleoenvironmental changes
(Quaternary International, 2017-05-05) [Artigo]
The Brazilian Pantanal wetlands comprise some of the largest Quaternary megafans in South America. The origin of these megafans has been linked to climate changes during the Late Quaternary. This study focuses on the Cuiabá ...
Channel arrangements and depositional styles in the Sao Lourenco fluvial megafan, Brazilian Pantanal wetland
(Sedimentary Geology, 2014-03-15) [Artigo]
The Brazilian Pantanal is an extensive lowland tropical basin characterized by the presence of fluvial megafans and seasonally-inundated savanna floodplain wetlands. With an area of about 16,000 km(2), the Sao Lourenco is ...
Contrasting fluvial styles of the Paraguay River in the northwestern border of the Pantanal wetland, Brazil
(Geomorphology, 2009-12-15) [Artigo]
The Upper Paraguay drainage basin is situated mainly in west-central Brazil. near the Bolivian border. Flowing from north to south, the Paraguay is the trunk river of an alluvial depositional tract characterized by complex ...