Análise ambiental da Bacia do Arroio Cadena, município de Santa Maria - RS: Vila Urlândia
The Urlândia village is situated in the Cadena stream basin and it is an area of the city of Santa Maria vulnerable to geologic risk, mainly flood and mass-asting on stream margin. The building, predominant are simple houses with srnall area and made up with diversity material. The street does not have paviment and sewerage. The domestic sewer and waste deposition direct in streams are factors causing of environmental degradation. The flood is principal risk in area. Another process of risk occurs because of the landslide of margin originate from stream flux and draining of water raining.
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