Sidney Luiz de Matos Mello

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Escola de Engenharia - Laboratório de Tecnologia e Gestão de Negócios (LATEC)
Universidade Federal Fluminense



                                         

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BSc., MSc., MBA, Ph.D., Full Professor in Earth Sciences at Universidade Federal Fluminense - UFF (Ret) and Member of the Brazilian Academy of Education. Former Rector of the Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil. Senior professional with 30 years of experience, with a career in strategic positions, focusing on pursuing financial resources, advances in research and education, and internationalization, innovation, science, and technology projects. Responsible for representing Brazil in international commissions in the areas of Geology and Marine Geophysics and member of the Executive Committee of the Coordination of Higher Education Personnel Improvement - CAPES / Ministry of Education in the International Ocean Drilling Program (IODP). Regional secretary of the Inter-American University Organization (IOHE) in Brazil and President of the Tordesillas University Group, and permanent member of the Brazilian Academy of Education.

EDUCATION

Business School - Fundação Instituto de Administração: Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil
2018-08-01 to 2019-12-31 | MBA Executivo Internacional
University of Leeds: Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK
1995-09-01 to 1999-09-01 | Ph.D. Earth Sciences
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
1991-03-01 to 1993-12-01 | MSc Geology
Columbia University: New York, New York, USA
1984-12-31 to 1985-10-30 | Visiting Scholar Geophysics - Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro: Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil
1976-03-01 to 1981-06-01 | BSc Geology

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Higher Education, Public Policies, Management, Marine Sciences, Environmental Studies

15

Scopus Publications

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Scholar Citations

10

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Scopus Publications

  • An investigation of research gaps in reported skills required for Industry 4.0 readiness of Brazilian undergraduate students
    Izabela Simon Rampasso, Sidney L.M. Mello, Rubens Walker, Victor G. Simão, Robson Araújo, Juliana Chagas, Osvaldo Luiz Gonçalves Quelhas, and Rosley Anholon

    Higher Education, Skills and Work-based Learning, ISSN: 20423896, eISSN: 2042390X, Pages: 34-47, Published: 2 Feb 2021 Emerald
    PurposeThe objective of this study is to identify research gaps related to skills required for Industry 4.0, considering research in the context of Brazilian undergraduate courses. In this sense, the question of this study was established: What are the educational gaps related to skills required in Industry 4.0 context, considering considering research in the previously mentioned?Design/methodology/approachTo answer this question, the ten top work-related skills required for professionals in Industry 4.0 published by the World Economic Forum were used to perform a systematic literature review. From this review, 100 articles were found in the searched databases. From them, 18 were within the research scope.FindingsThrough an analysis of their content, it was possible to verify that, from the 10 skills analyzed, only six were identified in the articles. That is, no research was found for: people management, service orientation, negotiation, and cognitive flexibility. Additionally, there are undergraduate courses that are not considered in current researches and should be analyzed.Originality/valueThe gaps pointed out in this study are relevant to guide future analyzes of the Brazilian educational model and may provide insights for research in other countries.

  • Innovation in the digital era: New labor market and educational changes
    Sidney Luiz de Matos Mello, Nicholas Van Erven Ludolf, Osvaldo Luiz Gonçalves Quelhas, and Marcelo Jasmim Meiriño

    Ensaio, ISSN: 01044036, eISSN: 18094465, Issue: 106, Pages: 66-87, Published: 1 January 2020 FapUNIFESP (SciELO)
    Abstract The digital era highlights industrial advances, changes in the labor market, and in the educational system. This study investigates these factors through analytical indicators such as the workforce, education, and innovation in Brazil within a global context. It is a qualitative exploratory research that enables a reflection on the relations between the workforce and technological education for the skilled labor. The database used includes documentary data from the literature and data from census surveys in Brazil and abroad. Data indicate that Brazil is significantly delayed in the digital industry, human capital, and research – behind all the other BRICS countries (Russia, India, China and South Africa) in terms of innovation. About 11 million people aged 15–29 are not working and are not enrolled in high school, college, technical course, or vocational qualification. The number of students aged 15 to 19 years old attending technical courses is still around 9%. The network of national technical institutes is key for the rapid recomposition of the skilled labor with regard to industry. The Brazilian economy needs to grow to strengthen both the digital industry and research. Public policies need to heed the advice regarding the link between technical education and industry. This is equally important for the success of the Brazilian Agenda for Industry 4.0.

  • Geotechnical description of sandy sediments of the surf zone using electrical resistivity measurements
    Fernando Rocha Carneiro, Arthur Ayres Neto, Rodrigo Menezes Raposo de Almeida, and Sidney de Matos Mello

    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, eISSN: 18094511, Pages: 283-296, Published: 2018 Sociedade Brasileira de Geofisica
    ABSTRACT. The geotechnical description of sandy sediments of the surf zone was done in two ways: directly, through standard geotechnical testing proposed by ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) and indirectly, through electrical resistivity measurements. The geotechnical property chosen for the description of the sediment was porosity, due to its influence in a wide range of soil properties. The indirect estimate of porosity through resistivity measurements was based on Archie’s equation. However, the difficulty in generalizing this equation is the empirical determination of the cementation exponent (m). For this reason, the values proposed by other authors were tested. A comparison of the porosity values obtained by the two methods (directly and indirectly using different values for cementation exponent) showed that it is not advisable to use cementation exponent (e) from other authors indiscriminately. Moreover, the application of the porosity values obtained by the ASTM tests allowed calculating a more suitable cementation exponent value for sandy sediments of the surf zone (between 1.48 and 1.79). Besides porosity, other geotechnical parameters, such as void ratio (e) and total density (rt ), were also differentiated by measuring the electrical resistivity of selected samples allowing to describe the geotechnical state of the sediment with higher confidence.Keywords: Electrical Resistivity; Coastal Engineering; Archie’s Equation; Porosity; Grain Size.RESUMO. A descrição geotécnica dos sedimentos arenosos da zona de arrebentação foi feita de duas maneiras: diretamente, através de ensaios geotécnicos padrão, propostos pela ASTM (Sociedade Americana de Testes e Materiais) e indiretamente, através de medidas de eletrorresistividade. A propriedade geotécnica escolhida para a descrição do sedimento foi a porosidade, por ser uma variável importante na caracterização das propriedades do solo. A estimativa indireta da porosidade através de medidas de resistividade foi baseada na equação de Archie. Entretanto, a principal dificuldade em generalizar esta equação é a determinação empírica do expoente de cimentação (m). Por esse motivo, os valores propostos por outros autores foram testados. Uma comparação dos valores de porosidade obtidos pelos dois métodos (direta e indiretamente, usando diferentes valores para o expoente de cimentação) mostrou que não é aconselhável usar expoente de cimentação (m) de outros autores indiscriminadamente. Além disso, a aplicação dos valores de porosidade obtidos pelos testes ASTM permitiu o cálculo de um valor para o expoente de cimentação mais adequado para sedimentos arenosos da zona de arrebentação (entre 1,48 e 1,79). Além da porosidade, outros parâmetros geotécnicos, como índice de vazios (e) e densidade total (rt ), também foram diferenciados pela medição da resistividade elétrica de amostras selecionadas, permitindo descrever o estado geotécnico do sedimento com maior confiança.Palavras-chave: Eletrorresistividade; Engenharia Costeira; Equação de Archie; Porosidade; Granulometria.

  • Geochemical evolution of the felsic alkaline rocks of tanguá and Rio bonito intrusive bodies, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    Geociencias, ISSN: 01019082, Pages: 291-310, Published: 2010

  • Ore geology of special quality gravel and artificial sand: Examples of alkaline syenite of Nova Iguaçu, State of Rio de Janeiro, and rhyolite of Nova Prata, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
    Geociencias, ISSN: 01019082, Pages: 21-32, Published: 2010

  • Geophysical and geochemical evidence for cold upper mantle beneath the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean
    Susanna Eleonora Sichel, Sonia Esperança, Akihisa Motoki, Marcia Maia, Mary F. Horan, Peter Szatmari, Eliane da Costa Alves, and Sidney L.M. Mello

    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Pages: 69-86, Published: January/March 2008 FapUNIFESP (SciELO)
    This paper presents geophysical and geochemical evidence for the possible existence of cold, subducted lithosphere beneath the Saint Paul Fracture Zone of the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean. The ocean floor along the fracture zone is characterized by a high percentage of abyssal peridotites. The abyssal peridotites were emplaced by tectonic uplift of the oceanic lithosphere. The top of the ridge is exposed at Saint Peter and Saint Paul islets. The Os isotopic composition of these abyssal peridotites indicate the presence of old depleted mantle material in this region with Re-depletion model ages (TRD) from 0.32 to 1.1Ga. Melt inclusions in plagioclase phenocrysts of the MORB close to this location have boninitic composition, suggesting that some basalts originated from low-degree mantle melting. The global tomography models show fast seismic velocities in the upper and lower mantle of the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean, consistent with the presence of cold subducted lithosphere. The range of Re-depletion model ages are consistent with paleo-reconstructions of plate motion, suggesting that the fossil subducted slab was formed during the closure of both the Iapetus and the Rheic oceans.

  • Analysis of seafloor depth anomalies between the ascension and ST. Helena Islands, South Atlantic
    Marisa Makler and Sidney Luiz de Matos Mello

    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Issue: SUPPL. 1, Pages: 107-114, Published: 2007 FapUNIFESP (SciELO)
    Observed seafloor depths from 12 kHz bathymetry coupled with seafloor spreading magnetic anomalies were used to obtain depth anomalies across the Mid-Atlantic ridge axis between 2oS and 18oS. The theoretical seafloor depths were calculated from the plate cooling model and crustal ages depicted from seafloor spreading magnetic anomalies between 0 to 25 Ma. We noticed that the seafloor spreading magnetic anomalies are symmetric with respect to the ridge axis between Ascension and St. Helena Islands, but the depth anomalies are quite asymmetric. The east side of the ridge axis is shallower (~ 1,000 meters) than the west side, probably as a result of a thermal upwelling of the lithosphere. We suggest that a mantle plume located on the African Plate, which could represent a larger swell linked to Ascension, St. Helena and Fernando Po-Annobon Volcanic Lineament, might cause this type of anomaly.

  • Program of Marine Geology and Geophysics of Brazil: Contributions for the knowledge of the Brazilian continental margin shelf and adjacent oceanic basin
    Sidney L. M. Mello

    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Issue: SUPPL. 1, Published: 2007 FapUNIFESP (SciELO)

  • Erratum: Morfoestrutura da cordilheira mesoceânica no atlântico sul entre 0°S E 50°S (Revista Brasileira de Geofísica 24: 2 (231-241))
    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Pages: 589-590, Published: October 2006

  • The South Atlantic Ridge morphology between 0°S and 50°S
    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Pages: 231-241, Published: April 2006

  • Geology & geophysics for the exploration of marine mineral resources
    Sidney L. M. Mello and Jorge J. C. Palma

    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, eISSN: 0102261X, Pages: 237-240, Published: 2000 FapUNIFESP (SciELO)

  • Metallic sulfide deposits in deep sea
    Sidney L. M. Mello and Sandra H. A. J. Quental

    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Pages: 411-430, Published: 2000 FapUNIFESP (SciELO)
    The geological processes that lead to the formation of a new oceanic crust may cause intense hydrothermal activity. This activity supports the existence of an exotic fauna in deep ocean and also forms mineral deposits. Since the discovery of the first hydrothermal field on the East Pacific Rise, there has already been found about 100 hydrothermal sites associated with important metallic sulfide deposits. These sites occur along the oceanic spreading centers in different tectonic settings, but are not continuous globally. They are localized at specific sites where hot rocks are connected to faults and fractures, creating a permeable pathway for the hydrothermal circulation. Seawater penetrates into the oceanic crust and is modified to hydrothermal fluid with high temperature (up to 400°C), low pH and Eh. This fluid interacts with the rocks leaching and transporting metals, which precipitate as massive sulfides at the seafloor or as stockwork in the subseafloor. Metallic sulfide deposits can reach considerable size ranging from 1 to 100 million tones with high concentrations of copper, zinc, lead and precious metals such as gold and silver. Some of these deposits have recently attracted the interest of the scientific community and the international mining industry. They are good examples of modern analogues for understanding the genesis of volcanic-hosted massive sulfides on land and show strong potential mining in the near future. Here we provide a review on the deep-sea sulfide deposits, focusing on its formation, methods of exploration, location and characteristics (mineralogy/metal contents) of the main sites, and also the potential mining impacts.

  • Anomalous mantle at 45°N mid-atlantic ridge?
    S. L. M. Mello, J. R. Cann, and C. M. R. Fowler

    Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, ISSN: 21699313, eISSN: 21699356, Volume: 104, Issue: B12, Pages: 29335-29349, Published: 1999 American Geophysical Union (AGU)
    The Mid-Atlantic Ridge at 45°N has a ridge crest depth close to normal for slow spreading ridges and a crustal thickness of 6 km. However, the free-air gravity over the region is higher than expected for such axial depths, and erupted basalts are enriched in incompatible trace elements and radiogenic isotopes, which could be taken to indicate the presence of a mantle plume beneath the spreading axis. But the ridge is at normal depths and the crust is of normal thickness. We model free-air gravity across and parallel to the strike of the ridge. A density structure derived from a cooling model provides a good fit for gravity across the ridge axis. A gravity model along the ridge axis indicates that most of the gravity signal over the Azores and Reykjanes Ridge is related to thicker crust, while the gravity signal over 45°N can be modeled by a density anomaly, which extends along the spreading axis from about 43°N to 50°N and from zero age to 35 m.y. Such a mass excess can be explained by an increase in the garnet content of the mantle within the stability field of garnet peridotite. The enriched basalts occur in the same region as the mass anomaly. We interpret them as originating from cool hotspot mantle. This anomalous mantle may derive from a hotspot that existed at the North America-Africa-Eurasia triple junction when it was at 45°N between 59 and 26 m.y. The King's Trough Complex is the remnant of that hotspot. We consider that this cool hotspot mantle still underlies the spreading axis and contributes to crustal construction.

  • Corrugated slip surfaces formed at ridge-transform intersections on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
    J. R. Cann, D. K. Blackman, D. K. Smith, E. McAllister, B. Janssen, S. Mello, E. Avgerinos, A. R. Pascoe, and J. Escartin

    Nature, ISSN: 00280836, Volume: 385, Issue: 6614, Pages: 329-332, Published: 23 January 1997 Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    The strips of ocean crust formed at the inside corners of both transform and non-transform offsets on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge are punctuated by topographic highs—the 'inside-corner highs'1–3—where plutonic rocks (including gabbros and peridotites) are frequently found4,5. Current tectonic models consider the inside-corner highs to be lower-crust and upper-mantle materials that have been exhumed by low-angle detachment faults dipping away from the inside corner to beneath the ridge axis3,6–8. But much of the evidence for the existence of such faults has hitherto been circumstantial. Here we present sonar images of two ridge–transform intersections on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (near 30° N), which show that both active and 'fossil' inside-corner highs are capped by planar, dipping surfaces marked by corrugations and striations oriented parallel to the plate spreading direction. Although these surfaces may be the low-angle detachment faults envisaged by the models, they dip at much shallower angles than expected. This could be explained by the lubricating presence of serpentinized peridotite, fragments of which have been dredged from both surfaces. Alternatively, these slip surfaces may instead represent failure surfaces in serpentine-lubricated landslide zones.

  • Magnetostratigrpahy of the oceanic crust between the Ascension and Bode Verde Fracture Zones
    Revista Brasileira de Geofisica, ISSN: 0102261X, Pages: 237-252, Published: 1996

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Where is the Brazilian Higher Education Within the Sustainable Development Goal 4?
    SLM Mello, CE Bielschowsky, MJ Merio, TNR Sampaio
    Higher Education for Sustainable Development Goals, 83-115 2022

  • Inovao na era digital: novo mercado de trabalho e mudanas educacionais
    SLM Mello, NVE Ludolf, OLG Quelhas, MJ Meirio
    Ensaio: Avaliao e Polticas Pblicas em Educao 28 (106), 66-87 2020

  • An investigation of research gaps in reported skills required for Industry 4.0 readiness of Brazilian undergraduate students
    IS Rampasso, SLM Mello, R Walker, VG Simo, R Arajo, J Chagas, ...
    Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning 2020

  • Innovacin en la era digital: nuevo mercado laboral y cambios educativos
    SLM Mello, NVE Ludolf, OLG Quelhas, MJ Meirio
    Ensaio: Avaliao e Polticas Pblicas em Educao 28, 66-87 2019

  • Innovation in the digital era: new labor market and educational changes
    SLM Mello, NVE Ludolf, OLG Quelhas, MJ Meirio
    Ensaio: Avaliao e Polticas Pblicas em Educao 28, 66-87 2019

  • Diagnstico da pesca artesanal na rea de influncia do Porto do Mucuripe, em Fortaleza (CE): subsdios gesto pesqueira regional
    CR Menezes, J de Freitas Delgado, L da Silva Lima, TR Corra, ...
    Sistemas & Gesto 14 (3), 279-290 2019

  • Territorialidade da coleta seletiva de resduos slidos: estudo de caso na cidade do Rio de Janeiro como subsdio gesto pblica
    ML Gil, MP de Almeida, CD Andrade, SL de Matos Mello, GM vila, ...
    Sistemas & Gesto 14 (4), 356-369 2019

  • Diagnosis of artisanal fishing in the area of influence of Porto do Mucuripe, Fortaleza (CE): support to regional fisheries management
    CR Menezes, JF Delgado, LS Lima, TR Corra, SLM Mello, EM Fonseca
    S & G 14 (3), 279-290 2019

  • GEOTECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF SANDY SEDIMENTS OF THE SURF ZONE USING ELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY MEASUREMENTS
    FR Carneiro, AA Neto, RMR de Almeida, S de Matos Mello
    Revista Brasileira de Geofsica 36 (3), 283-295 2018

  • Magnetoestratigrafia da crosta ocenica entre as zonas de fratura de Ascenso e Bode Verde
    SLM Mello, MS Dias
    Brazilian Journal of Geophysics 14 (3) 2018

  • Atividades de Geofsica no Departamento de Geologia/LAGEMAR (UFF)
    SLM Mello, AL Ferrari
    Brazilian Journal of Geophysics 13 (1), 50-54 2018

  • Geologia de jazidas de brita e areia artificial de qualidade especial: exemplos do lcali sienito de Nova Iguau, RJ, e riolito de Nova Prata, RS
    GH Petrakis, A Motoki, SE Sichel, LL Zucco, JR Aires, SLM Mello
    Geosciences= Geocincias 29 (1), 21-32 2010

  • Ore geology of special quality gravel and artificial sand: exemples of alkaline syenite of Nova Iguau, State of Rio de Janeiro, and rhyolite of Nova Prata, State of Rio Grande
    GH Petrakis, A Motoki, SE Sichel, LL Zucco, JR Aires, SLM Mello
    Geocincias 29 (1), 21-32 2010

  • Geochemical evolution of the felsic alkaline rocks of Tangu and Rio Bonito intrusive bodies, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    A Motoki, SE Sichel, T Vargas, JR Aires, W Iwanuch, SLM Mello, ...
    So Paulo UNESP, Geocincias 29, 291-310 2010

  • Os arquivos da UFRJ e a gesto de documentos
    SL MELLO
    CI 2009

  • Geophysical and geochemical evidence for cold upper mantle beneath the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean
    SE Sichel, S Esperana, A Motoki, M Maia, MF Horan, P Szatmari, ...
    Revista Brasileira de Geofsica 26, 69-86 2008

  • Brazilian project of the Saint Peter Saint Paul Islands: the mantle exposure along the transform fault system of the Equatorial Atlantic region
    SE Sichel*, SLM Mello, E da Costa Alves, A Motoki, DC Savi
    10th International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society & EXPOGEF 2007

  • Space and time evolution of the interaction system between Tristan da Cunha hotspot and South Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
    I Pessanha, M Maia, S Mello
    10th International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society & EXPOGEF 2007

  • Programa de Geologia e Geofsica Marinha do Brasil
    SLM Mello
    Revista Brasileira de Geofsica 25, 5-5 2007

  • Analysis of seafloor depth anomalies between the ascension and St. Helena Islands, South Atlantic
    M Makler, SLM Mello
    Revista Brasileira de Geofsica 25, 107-114 2007

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Corrugated slip surfaces formed at ridge–transform intersections on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
    JR Cann, DK Blackman, DK Smith, E McAllister, B Janssen, S Mello, ...
    Nature 385 (6614), 329-332 1997
    Citations: 467

  • Corrugated slip surfaces formed at North Atlantic ridge-transform intersections
    JR Cann, DK Blackman, DK Smith, E McAllister, B Janssen, S Mello, ...
    Nature 385 (6614), 329-332 1997
    Citations: 72

  • Geophysical and geochemical evidence for cold upper mantle beneath the Equatorial Atlantic Ocean
    SE Sichel, S Esperana, A Motoki, M Maia, MF Horan, P Szatmari, ...
    Revista Brasileira de Geofsica 26, 69-86 2008
    Citations: 49

  • Geochemical evolution of the felsic alkaline rocks of Tangu and Rio Bonito intrusive bodies, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    A Motoki, SE Sichel, T Vargas, JR Aires, W Iwanuch, SLM Mello, ...
    So Paulo UNESP, Geocincias 29, 291-310 2010
    Citations: 33

  • Bancos de arenitos de praia (beach-rocks) submersos na plataforma continental SE brasileira
    GTM Dias, MA Gorini, CG Gallea, CRS Espindola, SM Mello, ...
    SBG, Congresso Brasileiro de Geologia 32, 1540-1546 1982
    Citations: 18

  • Ore geology of special quality gravel and artificial sand: exemples of alkaline syenite of Nova Iguau, State of Rio de Janeiro, and rhyolite of Nova Prata, State of Rio Grande
    GH Petrakis, A Motoki, SE Sichel, LL Zucco, JR Aires, SLM Mello
    Geocincias 29 (1), 21-32 2010
    Citations: 16

  • A high resolution seafloor spreading history of the South Atlantic
    SC Cande, JL LaBrecque, WF Haxby, S Mello, DB Rowley
    Geodynamics Symposium, Texas A&M Univ., College Station 1986
    Citations: 12

  • An investigation of research gaps in reported skills required for Industry 4.0 readiness of Brazilian undergraduate students
    IS Rampasso, SLM Mello, R Walker, VG Simo, R Arajo, J Chagas, ...
    Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning 2020
    Citations: 11

  • Innovation in the digital era: new labor market and educational changes
    SLM Mello, NVE Ludolf, OLG Quelhas, MJ Meirio
    Ensaio: Avaliao e Polticas Pblicas em Educao 28, 66-87 2019
    Citations: 10

  • Geologia de jazidas de brita e areia artificial de qualidade especial: exemplos do lcali sienito de Nova Iguau, RJ, e riolito de Nova Prata, RS
    GH Petrakis, A Motoki, SE Sichel, LL Zucco, JR Aires, SLM Mello
    Geosciences= Geocincias 29 (1), 21-32 2010
    Citations: 10

  • Anomalous mantle at 45 N Mid‐Atlantic Ridge?
    SLM Mello, JR Cann, CMR Fowler
    Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 104 (B12), 29335-29349 1999
    Citations: 8

  • Caractersticas morfotectnicas da Zona de Fratura dupla Bode Verde e o seu traado em direo aos Montes Submarinos da Bahia
    MA Gorini, HS Fleming, JC Carvalho, J Brozena, GH Griep, NS Cherkis, ...
    Anais do XXXIII Cong. Bras. Geol, 1615-1628 1984
    Citations: 7

  • Estudos ambientais para implantao de gasoduto na rea de Guamar (RN)
    MA Gorini, GTM Dias, SLM Mello, CRS Espndola, CG Gallea, ...
    Proc XXXII Congr Brasileiro de Geologia, Sociedade Brasileira de Geologia 1982
    Citations: 7

  • Magnetoestratigrafia da crosta ocenica entre as zonas de fratura de Ascenso e Bode Verde
    SLM Mello, MS Dias
    Brazilian Journal of Geophysics 14 (3) 2018
    Citations: 6

  • Depsitos de sulfetos metlicos no fundo dos oceanos
    SLM Mello, SHAJ Quental
    Revista Brasileira de Geofsica 18, 411-430 2000
    Citations: 6

  • MODELAGEM GRAVIMETRICA E MAGNETICA DO LIMITE DE CROSTAS CONTINENTALI OCEANICA NO PLATO DO RIO GRANDE DO NORTE
    M Sperle, SLM Mello, MPA Costa
    1st International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society, cp-317-00131 1989
    Citations: 5

  • Diagnstico da pesca artesanal na rea de influncia do Porto do Mucuripe, em Fortaleza (CE): subsdios gesto pesqueira regional
    CR Menezes, J de Freitas Delgado, L da Silva Lima, TR Corra, ...
    Sistemas & Gesto 14 (3), 279-290 2019
    Citations: 4

  • Analise lsosttica na Regiăo dos Montes Submarinos de Pernambuco
    M Sperle, SLM Mello, LR Gomes
    2nd International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society, cp-316-00119 1991
    Citations: 4

  • Compartimentaăo Tectnica do Sudeste do Brasil e suas Relaőes com as Zonas de Fraturas Ocenicas
    EC Alves, M Sperle, SLM Mello, SE Sichel
    5th International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society, cp-299-00023 1997
    Citations: 3

  • Inovao na era digital: novo mercado de trabalho e mudanas educacionais
    SLM Mello, NVE Ludolf, OLG Quelhas, MJ Meirio
    Ensaio: Avaliao e Polticas Pblicas em Educao 28 (106), 66-87 2020
    Citations: 2