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B.S. in Geology, M.S. in Tectonics and Ph.D. in Tectonics at the University of São Paulo. Professor at the School of Technology (FT) of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). Expertise in Tectonics and Sedimentation, and Basin Analysis. Primary interests are Precambrian sedimentation, Cretaceous paleogeography in the South Atlantic realm, Gondwana fluvial paleogeography evolution, alluvial architecture, and fluvial sedimentation. Currently focused in active fluvial systems in the brazilian Amazon and development of quantitative approaches for revealing rivers from the rock record. Coordinator of the Geology Lab of the School of Technology, University of Campinas, which deals with UAV's and 3D modelling of geological features. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The process-product relationship in fluvial depositional systems is a fundamental issue on sedimentary geology, with implications for reservoir engineering, paleogeographical reconstructions and predictive models for mineral and hydrocarbon exploration. Nonetheless, the present day understanding of this relationship presents important limitations underpinned by the adequate description ...
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FREITAS, Bernardo Tavares. A Formação Marizal (Aptiano) na Bacia do Tucano (BA): contribuições à análise da arquitetura de depósitos fluviais e implicações paleobiogeográficas. 2014. Tese (Doutorado) – Instituto de Geociências. Universidade de São Paulo (USP). São Paulo.