49 Works

ABC na Prática: Construindo Alicerces para a Leitura

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Alfabetização Baseada na Ciência: Manual do Curso ABC

Carlos Francisco de Paula Nadalim

Is Peace out of Fashion? – Societal Challenges in Art Education

Raquel Pelayo & Teresa Fonseca

Vernacular Heritage of Northwest Portugal: The valley and the mountain range farmhouse

Carlos E. Barroso, Clara Pimenta do Vale, Fernando C. Barros, Daniel V. Oliveira & Luís F. Ramos

Por um design mais (eco)consciente e sensível: relato de uma experiência em curso

Clara Pimenta do Vale

The forms of representation in Architectural Design Education: The cases of AUIC-POLIMI and FAUP

Rafael Sousa Santos, Clara Pimenta do Vale, Barbara Bogoni & Poul Henning Kirkegaard

Perdigão: Canopy height model for 2017 vegetation height in 2 m resolution (2019 version)

José Laginha Palma & Vasco Batista

On the relation of geology, natural ventilation and indoor radon concentration: the northern Portugal case study

António Curado, Sérgio Lopes & Ana Antão

Protein structural alterations in diabetic cavernosal tissue - their role in erectile dysfunction progression

A. Castela, R. Soares, Pedro Coelho, Ruben Fernandes, R. Costa, P. Vendeira & C. Costa

Modeling the Past

José Ferraz-Caetano


Ana S. Moura & AMP Rodriguez

OIKOS: Design for Ecosystemic Spaces

Fátima Pombo, Vasco Branco, Heitor Alvelos, Paula Tavares & Helena Barbosa

Construção com cortiça e terra - uma simbiose (im)provável - Análise da sobreposição das zonas de construção em terra com a incidência de montado

Joana Guerreiro Silva, Clara Pimenta do Vale, Pilar Abreu e Lima & Joana Marques

Preserving wintering frugivorous birds in agro‐ecosystems under land use change: Lessons from intensive and super-intensive olive orchards

Rui Morgado, Rui Pedroso, Miguel Porto, José Herrera, Francisco Rego, Francisco Moreira & Pedro Beja
Fleshy-fruit production is becoming more intensive worldwide, but how this affects frugivorous birds is poorly known. In the Mediterranean region, intensive and super-intensive olive orchards are fast expanding, potentially affecting millions of wintering songbirds. Here we test the idea that intensification may benefit frugivorous birds, at least locally, due to increased fruit availability, while negatively affecting the wider wintering bird community due to intensive management, structural simplification and landscape homogenisation. We estimated olive abundance and...

Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa: um Presidente da República que reconfigurou o cargo com a colaboração dos média noticiosos

Felisbela Lopes, Paula Espírito Santo, Leonete Botelho & Sandra Couto

Technological interventions and facial emotional recognition in autism spectrum disorders

António da Silva Marques & Cristina Queirós

Cartas Municipais de Património: reflexões no âmbito da revisão dos Planos Diretores Municipais do Porto e Matosinhos

Clara Pimenta do Vale, Teresa Cunha Ferreira, Rui Fernandes Póvoas & Joaquim Teixeira

Gaming with History

Dora Dias & José Ferraz-Caetano

Fanzines, Resistance and Feminism

Paula Guerra

A produção e utilização dos cimentos entre o final do século XIX e o primeiro quartel do século XX

Cristiano Figueiredo, Sara Moutinho, Clara Pimenta do Vale, Slavka, Ana Velosa, Alice Tavares, Luís Almeida, Ana Rita Santos, António Santos Silva, Manuel Vieira & Rosário Veiga

Natural cement in Portuguese heritage buildings

Cristiano Figueiredo, Clara Pimenta do Vale, M. Rosário Veiga, A. Santos Silva, Manuel Vieira, Alice Tavares & Ana Luísa Velosa

Optimising bat bioacoustic surveys in human-modified neotropical landscapes

Adrià López-Baucells, Natalie Yoh, Ricardo Rocha, Paulo Bobrowiec, Jorge Palmeirim & Christoph Meyer
During the last decades, the use of bioacoustics as a non-invasive and cost-effective sampling method has greatly increased worldwide. For bats, acoustic surveys have long been known to complement traditional mist-netting, however, appropriate protocol guidelines are still lacking for tropical regions. Establishing the minimum sampling effort needed to detect ecological changes in bat assemblages (e.g., activity, composition and richness) is crucial in view of workload and project cost constraints, and because detecting such changes must...

Understanding the local drivers of beta-diversity patterns under climate change: The case of seaweed communities in Galicia, North West of the Iberian Peninsula

Cândida Gomes Vale, Francisco Arenas, Rodolfo Barreiro & Cristina Piñeiro-Corbeira
Aim: To understand spatial-temporal changes (beta-diversity) in coastal communities and their drivers in the context of climate change. Coastal ecosystems are extremely exposed and dynamic, where changes in seaweed assemblages have been associated with changing water temperatures. However, at the local scale, the effects of changes in the upwelling events and related stressors seek further exploration. Location: Galicia rías, North West of the Iberian Peninsula Methods: Using data collected in 42 sampling localities in Galicia...

Reduced sexual size dimorphism in a pipefish population where males do not prefer larger females

Nuno Monteiro, Mário Cunha, Nídia Macedo, Jonathan Wilson, Gunilla Rosenqvist & Anders Berglund
Within a species’ distribution, populations are often exposed to diverse environments and may thus experience different sources of both natural and sexual selection. These differences are likely to impact the balance between costs and benefits to individuals seeking reproduction, thus entailing evolutionary repercussions. Here, we look into an unusual population (Baltic Sea) of the broadnosed pipefish, Syngnathus typhle, where males do not seem to select females based on size and hypothesise that this pattern may...

Data from: Reliable wolf-dog hybrid detection in Europe using a reduced SNP panel developed for non-invasively collected samples

Jenni Harmoinen, Alina Von Thaden, Jouni Aspi, Laura Kvist, Berardino Cocchiararo, Anne Jarausch, Andrea Gazzola, Teodora Sin, Hannes Lohi, Marjo Hytönen, Ilpo Kojola, Astrid Vik Stronen, Romolo Caniglia, Federica Mattucci, Marco Galaverni, Raquel Godinho, Aritz Ruiz-González, Ettore Randi, Violeta Muñoz-Fuentes & Carsten Nowak
Background: Understanding the processes that lead to hybridization of wolves and dogs is of scientific and management importance, particularly over large geographical scales, as wolves can disperse great distances. However, a method to efficiently detect hybrids in routine wolf monitoring is lacking. Microsatellites offer only limited resolution due to the low number of markers showing distinctive allele frequencies between wolves and dogs. Moreover, calibration across laboratories is time-consuming and costly. In this study, we selected...

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