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Teresina

(tārāzē`nä), city (1991 pop. 599,272), capital of Piauí state, NE Brazil, on the Parnaíba River. It is the main commercial and agricultural distribution center in the Parnaíba valley; cattle, hides and skins, rice, wax, beans, and cassava are shipped through the city. Its industries produce textiles, sugar, soap, and lumber. Teresina was a planned city formally established in 1852 and named for Brazilian Empress Teresa Cristina Maria.

Teresina

 

a city in northeastern Brazil, situated on the Parnaiba River; capital of the state of Piaui. Population, 220,500 (1970). Teresina has a railroad station. The city has enterprises of the textile and food-processing industries.

Teresina

an inland port in NE Brazil, capital of Piauí state, on the Parnaíba River: chief commercial centre of the Parnaíba valley. Pop.: 895 000 (2005 est.)
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The experiment used a Quartzarenic Neosol (QN), occurring in Mocambinho, in the municipality of Jaiba, situated in the state of Minas Gerais, and Red Latosol (RL), from the city of Sete Lagoas, also in Minas Gerais.
"ainda restam alguns pontos-reliquia das matas verdes naturais, que sao conservadas como unidades ambientais: o Parque da Cidade (Primavera), o Parque de Teresina (Mocambinho), o Zoobotanico (zona nordeste da cidade) e alguns trechos que margeiam os Rios Parnaiba e Poti, entre outros de menor expressao, considerados como areas de conservacao/preservacao.
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Studies to evaluate the zooplankton community were conducted between 2003 and 2007 in seven urban continental water bodies in the state of Piaui: six of them were characterised as lentic (Grande, Bezerra, Joana and Laranjeiras reservoirs, and Nova Brasilia and Mocambinho lagoons) and one exhibited lotic conditions (a stretch of the Parnaiba river), all of them located in five municipalities from this State (Figure 1).
Group 1 included the Grande reservoir, Nova Brasilia and Mocambinho lagoons, and the group 2 included the Joana and Laranjeiras reservoirs.
Group 1 was formed by cosmopolitan (Moina micrura) and/or Neotropical species (Diaphanosoma spinulosum and Moina reticulata), and those occurring in Nova and Mocambinho. Group 2 was formed by resilient species occurring in the polluted Parnaiba river, and Group 3 was formed by species occurring primarily in Bezerra reservoir (see Figure 4).
Group 1 in the cluster analysis was formed by ecosystems already receiving organic pollution from human settlements (Grande, Nova Brasilia and Mocambinho reservoirs); and, group 2 included those with lower human impacts (see Table 1).