Please see below for the details on the oral presentations.

Time Schedule for Oral Presentations: Thematic Areas 1-3

Thematic areas:1, 2 and 3
Location: Pavilhão de Aulas – Campus Santo Antônio
Chair: Prof. Björn Gücker

TIMETITLEPRESENTERAFFILIATION
14:00 –
14:20
Effects of water-level
fluctuations on the
environmental integrity of a
tropical reservoir
Amanda ContinGraduate
Program in
Geography /
UFSJ
14:20 –
14:40
Evaluation of fish farm
impacts on water and
sediment quality of the
Furnas Reservoir
Elisa SoaresApplied
Limnology Lab. /
Dept. of
Geosciences /
UFSJ
14:40 –
15:00
Impact of catchment land
use on stream periphyton
communities and whole-
stream metabolism at the
Atlantic Forest – Cerrado
transition
Ana Paula
Campos
Applied
Limnology Lab. /
Dept. of
Geosciences /
UFSJ
15:00 –
15:30
Coffee break
15:30 –
15:50
The "one health" concept
applied to the assessment of
antimicrobial resistance in
isolated cultures of samples
of suinoculture
Camila P. DiasDept. of
Biological
Sciences / UFOP
15:50 –
16:10
The Atlas of mining tailings
dams in Minas Gerais
Rangel E. SantosGraduate
Program in
Ecology
(ECMVS) / UFMG
16:10 –
16:30
Water crisis in Pará de
Minas, MG, Brazil: a novel
challenge after a mining
disaster
Caio C. S. MeloDept. of Sanitary

and
Environmental
Engineering /
UFMG

Time Schedule for Oral Presentations: Thematic Area 4

Location: Pavilhão de Aulas – Campus Santo Antônio
Chair: Prof. Maria Cristina Silva

TIMETITLEPRESENTERAFFILIATION
14:00 –
14:20
Challenges, responses and
resilience of water
stressed cities around the
world
Antonio S.
Sánchez
Graduate Program
in Environmental
Engineering /
UFOP
14:20 –
14:40
Enzyme - based
biodegradation of 2,4
dichlorophenol and 4-
Bromophenol in aqueous
solution
Raphael R.
Bretz
Dept. of Natural
Sciences / UFSJ
14:40 –
15:00
Women’s role in the
efficient management of
water resources
Alexandra M. R.
Resende
Graduate Program
in Socioeconomic
and
Environmental
Sustainability /
UFOP
15:00 –
15:30
Coffee break
15:30 –
15:50
Sensitivity evaluation of
sensor based on
chitosan/V2O5 for
electrochemical detection
of 17-α-ethinylestradiol
in water supply
Elídia GuerraDept. of
Chemistry,
Biotechnology and
Bioprocess
Engineering /
UFSJ
15:50 –
16:10
Electrochemical studies
based on V2O5 thin film
for detection of
azithromycin in water
supply
Elídia GuerraDept. of
Chemistry,
Biotechnology and
Bioprocess
Engineering /
UFSJ
16:10 –
16:30
Study of the degradation
process of etheramines in
aqueous waste from iron
miners
Ana Maria
Oliveira
Dept. of
Chemistry,
Biotechnology and
Bioprocess
Engineering /
UFSJ