The rainy season in Marajo Island
is between January and June, which is also the period with higher density of hematophagous insects, which reach their highest population numbers in the end of July, when the drought period begins (JANSEN, 1941).
For the simulation, an area of 104,142 Km2 (approximately 40,700 sq mi) comprising the Marajo Archipelago, located in the state of Parti, Brazil, was selected (the south part of the Marajo Island
is shown in Figure 4).
In that context, she studied the Beal-Steere collection of pottery from Marajo Island
(Brazil), kept at the University of Michigan.
Diet of the fresh water stingray Potamotrygon motoro (Chondrichthyes: Potamotrygonidae) on Marajo Island
2004 The Camutins Chiefdom: rise and development of social complexity on Marajo Island
, Brazilian Amazon.
1988 "Identification and implications of a hiatus in the archeological sequence on Marajo Island
, Brazil", Journal of Washington Academy of Sciences 78(3):245-53.
A promising mechanical engineer, he signed on to help build a sawmill on Marajo Island
in northern Brazil.
So much so that when archaeological excavations began in earnest at the mouth of the Amazon in the 1950s, the North American investigators argued that the sophisticated archaeological styles they were discovering on Marajo Island
could not have originated in the Amazon Basin itself, but must have been derived from more advanced cultures in the Andean highlands.
In the small community of Praia Grande on idyllic Marajo Island
off Brazil's northern coast, 10 workers are employed by the modest, low-tech factory that processes the coconut fiber, turning it into headrests and seat padding for Mercedes cars and trucks.
At Ponta de Pedras, a coconut grove on Marajo island
, Henrique Bastos says he no longer thinks about moving to the city.
Darel Investment Corporation is a Montana company which has ownership and rights to approximately 150,000 to 200,000 acres of land located at the Southern part of the Marajo Island
, Municipal District of Curralinhos, State of Para, Brazil.
quelen were captured in two rivers in the Brazilian state of Para, the Paracauari River in Salvaterra (00045S/ 48031W) and the Arari River at Cachoeira do Arari (01[degrees]00S/48[degrees]57W) on Marajo Island