Todos os Santos Bay

Todos os Santos Bay

(tô`tho͝ozo͝o sän`to͝os) [Port.,=all-saints bay], inlet of the Atlantic Ocean, 25 mi (40 km) long and 20 mi (32 km) wide, E Bahia, Brazil. It receives the Paraguaçu River. Brazil's first oil field (1939) is located N of Salvador, the bay's chief city. Itaparica, a large island at the mouth of the bay, has saltworks and oil fields. The fertile Reconcavo lowland surrounds the bay; subsistence crops, sugarcane, cotton, and tobacco are raised there. Todos os Santos Bay was discovered in 1501 by Amerigo Vespucci.
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rhizophorae from Todos os Santos Bay (Bahia), but these authors didn't make reference to xenoma formation.
Pathological findings in Crassostrea rhizophorae from Todos os Santos Bay, Bahia, Brazil.
The benthic fauna between Todos os Santos Bay and the city of Vitoria in the state of Espirito Santo is the least known in terms of composition on the Brazilian coast; the estuaries and coastal beaches in this part are especially poorly known (Lana et al.
These pioneer surveys occurred mainly in Salvador and adjacent areas, Todos os Santos Bay, the continental shelf off Salvador, and especially in the Abrolhos Archipelago to the south.
Between 1875 and 1877, the geologist Richard Rathbun took samples, especially in Salvador and Todos os Santos Bay, during the Comissao Geologica do Imperio do Brasil, also led by Hartt.
In the 1980s, contributions from Gouvea & Leite (1980) and Gouvea (1986a, 1986b) dealt with the fauna at innumerable sites around Todos os Santos Bay.
Colonies were collected from six habitats along the toast of Salvador City, Todos os Santos Bay, Itaparica Island and al the northernmost part of the coast of the State of Bahia.
The present study considers material from the northernmost coast of the State of Bahia, Salvador City, Todos os Santos Bay and Itaparica Island (Fig.
Material studied: Todos os Santos Bay, Fontes Island, on the sponge Haliclona sp.
Material studied: Todos os Santos Bay, Pati Island, on the sponge Tedania ignis, intertidal zone, 2.
The tides and tidal circulation of Todos os Santos Bay, Northeast Brasil, a general characterization.
Oceanography and suspended material in Todos os Santos Bay.