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Table 1. Proposed method for sustainability assessment: dimensions of sustainability and indicators The assessment considers the adequacy of the parameter for each case, following criteria presented in Table 2. There are a small difference only on the last question, which took into account the energy consumption for transport to the job site, taking 3 points for access by foot or bike, 2 using public transport, 1 when people use car, and 0 when people goes to site on truck.
All indicators have the same weight, so the maximum score is points.
Because there are different amounts of indicators in each dimension, the results were converted into percentages, so that all dimensions have equal weight in the final index and aiming at the transformation to a more easily understood. Table 2. Levels of assessment of the indicators 4.
The projects identified for the case studies are typical in the region, and they were selected as base on their characteristics, availability of information from building companies, easy access to project information and construction sites. Access to construction sites and the information concerning new developments and business was secured during the entire investigation.
Analyzing comparatively the enterprises studied, we note the similarities and differences in their main features. After detailed contact with the developments, we evaluated the score for each indicator.
For the last three questions, we interviewed 25 people involved with the developments. We observed that these agents had no difficulty understanding the indicators, and no matter their education levels. The results are presented in Table 3.
Table 3. Evaluation of the projects analyzed The highest level was reached in dimension E and the smaller are on dimensions B , D and F. We may conclude that the quality of the internal environment is good, while the efficiency on materials and resources D , water efficiency B and environmental loads F do not reached a similar level.
These dimensions generate construction waste. These issues represent opportunities to improve buildings, helping the decision-making of designers. The chart below Figure 1 helps to examine the results qualitatively.
It appears that the buildings studied are similar, although involving different professionals, clients and projects, for example. We can see major differences in the dimensions A and C and balance among E and G , among the 3 projects. In Figure 1 we can see the potential for progress, represented by the blank area on the chart.
It's easy to understand this figure, which is useful to professional and non-professional. Figure 1. Evaluation according to dimensions of sustainability and buildings 5. Comments We proposed a method for assessing the sustainability conditions for micro and small building companies working in smaller cities. Some indicators were organized according a thematic structure. The proposed method was suitable to the context, and is also flexible, allowing for easy inclusion, exclusion, union or subdivision of indicators.
The next steps on the research are dissemination to people involved, and proposing a mechanism for use in project licensing on small cities of the region, initially as a guide. In the future it may work as part of a property tax law perhaps indicating incentives in the form of discounts on taxes in proportion to the level of sustainability achieved by the project.
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Los resultados son presentados en la Tabla 3. Tabla 3. Podemos concluir que la calidad de los ambientes interiores es buena, mientras que la eficiencia de materiales y recursos D , eficiencia del agua B y cargas medioambientales F no alcanzan un nivel similar.
Por ejemplo parece que los edificios estudiados son similares, aunque emplean diferentes profesionales, clientes y proyectistas. Podemos observar mayores diferencias en las dimensiones A y C , con un balance entre E y G , en los tres proyectos.
Figura 1. Referencias Kuhn E. Version 2. There are numerous difficulties in the execu- therefore of greater age similarities were fewer.
This may be an answer logue and the comprehension to share decisions. Hence, to the question "At which size do all fishes mature? Con- edge in some areas but strong differences in others. The same Figure 5 Natural mortality white bars , fishery mortality white bars and ignored causes of mortality gray bars of jaraqui for larval, juve- nile and adult development phases, according to city-based and riverine fishermen.
More specifically, Ribeiro  cating that the jaraqui begins its reproductive period in registered some of the items included in its diet, such as the flood season, in downstream shoals, spawning in the periphyton on the trees, submerged leaves, diatoms, confluence of the white and black water [41,42].
Vieira et sponge spicules, mushrooms and bacteria, mainly in the al. During this period the mud or slime indicated by the mouth and small lake creeks a thin water connection fishermen is compatible with scientific information but between black water lakes and white water rivers. Fishermen also indicated lakes and Vazzoler et al.
Their answers were very platystoma filamentosum in the white water rivers, as diverse, indicating the difficulty in observing values in an the main predators of the species along with the dolphins, appropriate magnitude.
The fecundity is a variable usu- not to mention the alligators. This increases the variability of the expected, due to the fact that information on age is not fecundity for any species and makes it difficult for fisher- available for researchers or fishermen, both facing diffi- men to record.
Even in scientific research there are few culties in the identification of modal length groups. The recordings for the species that reach a magnitude of thou- count and measurement of age rings in rigid structures sands of eggs. This magnitude increases the difficulties in also present specific difficulties for scientists [51,52], but cultural registration, which may be different for k-strate- have not been used by fishermen. Such differences con- gic species, with few and easily countable eggs.
In the scientific lit- Regarding mortality, fishermen have made clear that for erature we found evidence that jaraquis form shoals that larvae and juveniles, predators are the key factor, but also perform longitudinal migrations of the order of to that fishing is the main factor for the adults.
The latter km every year [41,45], with a maximum displace- corresponds to the high rate of fishing exploitation ment of around km in white water rivers for repro- observed for the jaraquis in research in the area [8,10] duction, feeding and dispersion.
In a general way, the and the former to the findings of Bayley . However, migration of this species is considered very complex, the fishermen's findings were very superficial and with- being observed and described in a general model by out details particularly for young fish, since these kinds of Goulding , and detailed later on by Ribeiro .
This observation are not useful to them. Hence, fishermen's description of the migratory circuit was also confirmed mortality estimates do not correspond to the instanta- by Vazzoler and Amadio  and Vieira et al. The neous coefficient of mortality in fishing biology assess- fat-fish migration phase described by Ribeiro  is par- ments, but rather to the causes of mortality and the ticularly important for the dispersion of the jaraquis to variation in intensity.
This was also registered as important by trated on one year old jaraquis . This fishing fishermen. Lateral migrations are very important type of recruitment corresponds to jaraquis-escama-grossa usu- behavior in the ecology of the Characiformes , but it ally from 24 to 27 cm CF and jaraquis-escama-fina still was confirmed more frequently by riverine fishermen, smaller cm CF , values which are superior to the which is natural considering the limited mobility of these total length of These people who therefore had more scope to examine aspects differences of perception could indicate that the catch is of the local dynamics.
However, if certain phenomena do not directly The authors of this paper were equally responsible for every aspect of the research, the conclusions, and the writing of the paper. All authors read and affect the interests of the fishermen, these tend to be approved the final manuscript. Bairro Coroado I. CEP e. On the other hand, ethnoecological knowl- Hum Ecol , Mem ment regime.
Cien Cult , fishing resources in the region. Acta siteica Conclusions , Dialogue between managers and fishermen would 7. Age and growth as much as mortality were useful 9. Strategies aimed at developing the dia- Central. McGoodwin JR: Comprender las culturas de las comunidades pesqueras order to improve their understanding of technical proce- Volume Posey DA: Indigenous knowledge and development: an ideological mortality knowledge.
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