Daniel Souza da Silva

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Graduando em Geologia pela Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Trabalha desde 2016 no projeto "IGCP 628 - The Gondwana Map Project - the geological and tectonic evolution of Gondwana" principalmente com a Geologia Estrutural do continente africano e a correlação entre as margens atlânticas de Brasil e África. (Texto informado pelo autor)


Identificação


Nome
Daniel Souza da Silva
Nome em citações bibliográficas
SILVA, D. S.


Formação acadêmica/titulação


2015
Graduação em andamento em Geologia.
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Brasil.
2007 - 2012
Curso técnico/profissionalizante.
Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio de Janeiro, IFRJ, Brasil.




Atuação Profissional



Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, UFRJ, Brasil.
Vínculo institucional

2013 - Atual
Vínculo: , Enquadramento Funcional:


Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia do Rio de Janeiro, IFRJ, Brasil.
Vínculo institucional

2010 - 2011
Vínculo: Bolsista, Enquadramento Funcional: -, Carga horária: 20, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.



Projetos de pesquisa


2013 - Atual
IGCP 628 - The Gondwana Map Project - the geological and tectonic evolution of Gondwana
Descrição: Gondwana was the first recognised supercontinent and as such has played a pivotal role in our understanding of supercontinent cycles. It was one of the largest and long lasting supercontinents on Earth´s history, comprising five large continents (Africa, Australia, Antarctica, South America and India) and many other smaller masses scattered today around the globe (e.g. Madagascar, Sri Lanka, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Falklands, and others now embedded in Asia, Europe and USA). Amalgamation of Gondwana complete at ca. 500 million years ago, during the Cambrian period, when marine life was flourishing evolving fast to visible organisms. For more than 350 million years, this supercontinent as an entity moved between the South Pole and the low latitudes of the southern hemisphere. Large intracontinental basins developed and registered the evolution of life on Earth as plants and vertebrates migrated from water to terrestrial environments, culminating with the biggest reptiles in the Mesozoic Era. The continental margins of Gondwana were very heterogeneous. From the present day location of the Andes to the Papua New Guinea, active tectonics predominated, with subduction zones, collisions and accretion of new terranes along the Gondwanides. The northern margin of Gondwana - facing the Tethys ocean - was entirely different, with stable, wide continental shelves and shallow seas from Northern Africa to Papua New Guinea. This extensional tectonic setting allowed small continental blocks to separate from Gondwana, drifting away to be deformed and welded onto Laurasia. Finally for about 100 million years, starting ca. 200 million years ago (Jurassic period), Gondwana started to break up into several land fragments evolving steadily into the present-day picture of the continents and oceans on Earth. Gondwana research involves the understanding of the evolution of our planet, its climatic, thermal and tectonic processes and the evolution of life itself. Since 1872, when the geologist Medlicott identified the Gondwana flora in India, through the definition of the Gondwana Land by Suess in 1885 and the first maps by Wegener and Du Toit in the dawn of the twentieth century, this major subject has been investigated by many scientists worldwide. A new geological map of Gondwana was published in 1988 by the AAPG, conceived by Prof. Maarten de Wit and his colleagues in South Africa. Much new data, particularly based on modern geochronology has been generated since, and our proposal ?The Gondwana Map Project? aims to update the Gondwana Map of de Wit with an approach of the 21st century. Since 1988, the geological data for the regions concerned have improved incredibly in the wake of new geochronological laboratories and investigative methodologies. Thorough airborne geophysical reconnaissance has been extended across most parts of the constituent continents. A new GIS data-base is planned, with a dynamic digital process that will allow the construction not just an improved Gondwana Map but also a wide variety of maps showing the evolution of this supercontinent. Geophysical advances at continental margins and oceanic floors, the modelling of the restoration with new software and the analysis of satellite imagery permits scientifically rigorous reconstruction of Gondwana. The main products will be: (a) a new Gondwana Map and sets of thematic maps showing its evolution through time; (b) a website providing to all the geological data taken into the project at the Gondwana Digital Center of Geoprocessing (GDCG); (c) three complete book volumes about Gondwana; (d) new detailed geology of key areas for correlation; (e) an interactive 4-D GIS of Gondwana (f) creation of a permanent exposition at the Gondwana Memory Center (GMC), in South America, with specimens representative of all parts of Gondwana. This project includes vast international colla..
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.
2010 - 2011
Saturno, O Senhor dos Anéis
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.


Áreas de atuação


1.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Geociências / Subárea: Geologia/Especialidade: Geologia Regional.
2.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Geociências / Subárea: Geologia/Especialidade: Geotectônica.


Idiomas


Inglês
Compreende Bem, Fala Bem, Lê Bem, Escreve Bem.
Francês
Compreende Razoavelmente, Fala Razoavelmente, Lê Bem, Escreve Razoavelmente.


Produções



Produção bibliográfica
Resumos publicados em anais de congressos
1.
PEREIRA, M. M. ; SCHMITT, R. S. ; SILVA, E. A. ; RICHETTI, P. C. ; MILLER, W. ; SILVA, D. S. . Dealing with lithospheric structures and reconstruction in the Gondwana geological map. In: The 16th Gondwana International Conference, 2017, Bangkok. Dealing with lithospheric structures and reconstruction in the Gondwana geological map, 2017.



Eventos



Participação em eventos, congressos, exposições e feiras
1.
V JIT.Propriedades físicas de Saturno obtidas através de análises de imagens de sondas espaciais. 2011. (Outra).




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