Rio da Casca Ecological Station

Rio da Casca Ecological Station

Rio da Casca Ecological Station From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rio da Casca Ecological Station Estação Ecológica do Rio da Casca IUCN category Ia (strict nature reserve) Map showing the location of Rio da Casca Ecological Station Map showing the location of Rio da Casca

Ecological Station Nearest city Chapada dos Guimarães, Mato Grosso Coordinates 15°33′42″S 55°26′35″WCoordinates: 15°33′42″S 55°26′35″W Area 3,534 hectares (8,730 acres) Designation Ecological station Created 27 May 1994 Administrator Coordenadoria de Unidades de Conservação, MT The Rio da Casca Ecological Station (Portuguese: Estação Ecológica do Rio da Casca) is an ecological station in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil. Contents [hide] 1 Location 2 History 3 Environment 4 Notes 5 Sources Location[edit] The Rio da Casca Ecological Station (ESEC) is divided between the municipalities of Chapada dos Guimarães (76.61%), Cuiabá (10.84%) and Campo Verde (12.52%) in the state of Mato Grosso.[1]

The ESEC has two parts, one with an area of 3,329 hectares (8,230 acres) and the other with an area of 205 hectares (510 acres).[2] The total area is 3,534 hectares (8,730 acres).[1] It lies to the east of the MT-450 state highway and is south of the BR-251 federal highway.[3] History[edit] The Rio da Casca Ecological Station was created by state governor decree 6.437 of 27 May 1994.

The consultative council was created on 15 December 2014.[4] Environment[edit] The ESEC is just over 87% savannah, and about 13% contact between savannah and seasonal forest. It overlaps about 7% with the Chapada dos Guimarães Environmental Protection Area.[5] The ESEC was about 65% deforested at time of creation, and since then has lost a further 4% of forest coverage.[6] The Casca River, a tributary of the Roncador River, runs through the ESEC from south to north.[3] Notes[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b

ESEC do Rio da Casca – ISA, Informações gerais. Jump up ^ Serys Slhessarenko 1994. ^ Jump up to: a b ESEC do Rio da Casca – ISA, Informações gerais (mapa). Jump up ^ ESEC do Rio da Casca – ISA, Historico Juridico. Jump up ^ ESEC do Rio da Casca – ISA, Características. Jump up ^ Roberta dos Santos et al. 2006, p. 7. Sources[edit] ESEC do Rio da Casca (in Portuguese), ISA: Instituto Socioambiental, retrieved 2016-07-18 Roberta dos Santos; Laurent Micol; Gustavo Irgang; Jane Vasconcellos (September 2006), O desmatamento nas Unidades de Conservação em Mato Grosso (PDF), Alta Floresta e Cuiabá: Instituto Centro de Vida – ICV, retrieved 2016-07-18 Serys Slhessarenko (27 May 1994), Lei nº 6.437, de 27 de Maio de 1994 – D.O. 27.05.94. (in Portuguese), Mato Grosso Government, retrieved 2016-07-18 [hide] v t e Ecological station (Brazil) Amazon Alto Maués Caracaraí Cuniã Grão-Pará Iquê Jari Juami-Japurá Jutaí-Solimões Maracá Maracá-Jipioca Niquiá Rio Acre Rio da Casca Rio Flor do Prado Rio Madeirinha Rio Ronuro Rio Roosevelt Samuel Serra das Araras Serra dos Três Irmãos Serra Geral do Tocantins Taiamã Terra do Meio Atlantic Forest Acauã Angatuba Aracuri-Esmeralda Banhados de Iguape Barreiro Rico Caetetus Itirapina Juréia-Itatins Mata do Jacaré Mata dos Ausentes Mata Preta Mico Leão Preto Murici Paraíso Pau-Brasil (Bahia) Pau-Brasil (Paraíba) Xitué Caatinga Aiuaba Castanhão Raso da Catarina Seridó Cerrado Águas do Cuiabá Águas Emendadas Jataí Pirapitinga UFMG Uruçui-Una Coastal marine Carijós Guanabara Guaraqueçaba Taim Tamoios Tupinambás Tupiniquins

Categories: IUCN Category Ia1994 establishments in BrazilEcological stations of BrazilProtected areas of Mato Grosso

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