Poços de Caldas

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Poços de Caldas

 

a city in southeastern Brazil, in Minas Gerais State. Population, 57,600 (1970). A railroad station and highway junction, Poços de Caldas is a center for the mining of bauxites and of uranium and thorium ores. An ore-enrichment plant with a capacity of 200 tons of uranium concentrates per year is under construction (1975). Poços de Caldas also has enterprises that process agricultural raw materials and produce alumina.

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Alcoa permanently closed its Pocos de Caldas primary aluminum smelter in Brazil on June 30.
In Brazil, summit level technique was introduced for the morphologic analyses of Pocos de Caldas alkaline intrusive complex, State of Minas Gerais, in order to examine if the present morphology is originated from a volcanic caldera or differential erosion of felsic alkaline intrusive rocks.
GE will provide its B90 bus differential system for the utility's 230-kilovolt Cachoeira Dourada substation located in Sao Paulo and its 138-kilovolt Pocos de Caldas substation located in Minas Gerais.
In the coming months, a new production facility for assembled cylinder-head modules will be built in Pocos de Caldas in the southern Brazilian state of Minas Gerais.
2007) realizaram uma avaliacao do uso dos modelos SRTM em geomorfologia e morfotectonica, na area do Macico Alcalino de Pocos de Caldas (MG).
El componente liquido utilizado fue agua sulfurada hipertermal de la Fuente Pedro Botelho (Termas Antonio Carlos - Pocos de Caldas, Brasil detallado en la Tabla 2).
Ciudades brasilenas de la muestra Ciudad-region Ciudad aislada Belo Horizonte (3) Campo Mourao (25) Belen (20) Chapeco (24) Blumenau (13) Concordia (18) Brasilia (5) Manaos (10) Campinas (8) Montes Claros (29) Caxias do Sul (21) Piracicaba (27) Curitiba (7) Pocos de Caldas (22) Florianopolis (14) Uberlandia (15) Fortaleza (16) Goiania (17) Joinville (19) Mogi Guacu (28) Porto Alegre (4) Recife (11) Ribeirao Preto (26) Rio de Janeiro (2) Salvador (6) Santos (30) San Jose dos Campos (12) San Pablo (1) Sorocaba (23) Victoria (9) Nota: los numeros entre parentesis corresponden a la clasificacion por ventas acumuladas en 1996-2002.
The company will expand capacity at a refinery in Sao Luis, build a bauxite mine in Juruti and upgrade the Pocos de Caldas aluminum smelter.
Tuperssuatsiaite (sometimes referred to as "a mineral similar to tuperssuatsiaite," due to uncertainties about its identification) was reported from Pocos de Caldas, Minas Gerais, Brazil by several authors (Atencio et al.
The coffee roaster acquired 48% holdings in the Irarema and Brejoes farms in Pocos de Caldas for some NOK20m, according to the online edition of the Norwegian business newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv.