51 Works

Revitalizar o território do Alto Douro Vinhateiro - de Pocinho a Barca D'Alva

Inês Areia, Clara Pimenta do Vale & Mariana Abrunhosa Pereira

A cortiça na construção: Sistemas construtivos tradicionais

Joana Guerreiro Silva & Clara Pimenta do Vale

7 KM EM DIRECÇÃO AO MAR: O ALINHAMENTO DA BOAVISTA COMO CONJUNTO DE LUGARES URBANOS

Clara Pimenta do Vale

Crowding after sudden habitat loss affects demography and social structure in a bat population

Francisco Amorim, Ricardo Pita, Vanessa Mata, Pedro Beja, Hugo Rebelo & Vanessa A. Mata
1. The sudden loss of habitats due to natural or anthropogenic disturbances causes displacement of mobile animals from affected areas to refuge habitats, where large but often transitory concentrations of individuals may occur. While these local density increases have been previously described, the hypothesis that crowding disrupts demographic processes remains largely untested. 2. Here we used the sudden flooding of a river valley by a hydroelectric reservoir as a quasi-experiment to investigate the consequences of...

Da materialidade da obra à imaterialidade da representação digital: uma reinterpretação das obras de Francis Bacon em um contexto pedagógico

Cláudia Lima, Susana Barreto & Rodrigo Carvalho
Artigo de Rotura - Revista de Comunicação, Cultura e Artes ROTURA, 2 (2021): 79-86 eISSN: 2184-8661

Reabilitação de edifícios recentes: Continuidade e reinterpretação. Conjunto Habitacional da Bouça.

Clara Pimenta do Vale & Vitor Trindade Abrantes

Metodologia de avaliação do estado de degradação do edificado

Ana Alves, Clara Pimenta do Vale & Fernanda Rodrigues

Arquitectura de terra em Mirandela, relatos de uma experiência em curso

Pilar A. Lima, Clara Pimenta do Vale, Joana Marques, Joana G. Silva & Carlos N. L. Lopes

Argamassas e Ligantes do Mercado do Bolhão e Teatro Nacional de São João, no Porto. Variabilidade e implicações para a sua reabilitação

Luís Almeida, António Santos Silva, Cristiano Figueiredo, Sara Moutinho, Slávka Andrejkovicová, Clara Pimenta do Vale, Maria do Rosário Veiga, Alice Tavares Costa & Ana Velosa

Imagens multiespectrais e termográficas aplicadas ao estudo de revestimentos tradicionais à base de cal

Luís Pereira, Clara Pimenta do Vale & Rúben Venceslau

Histórias... com Matemática IV

Helena Gomes, Ana Patrícia Martins, António Ribeiro, Luís Menezes & Constança Amador

Urban Dynamics and Horizontal Property: Case Study of the Boavista Axis, Porto, Portugal

Clara Pimenta do Vale & Vitor Abrantes Almeida

Contemporary use of rammed earth in Portugal. The case of Alentejo coast

Joana Marques, Pilar A. Lima & Clara P. Vale

Arquitetura em cenários pós-catástrofe

Clara Pimenta do Vale

Code and data from: Familiarity, dominance, sex and season shape common waxbill social networks.

Ana Cristina R. Gomes, Patrícia Beltrão, Neeltje J. Boogert & Gonçalo C. Cardoso
In gregarious animals, social network positions of individuals may influence their life-history and fitness. Although association patterns and the position of individuals in social networks can be shaped by phenotypic differences and by past interactions, few studies have quantified their relative importance. We evaluated how phenotypic differences and familiarity influence social preferences and the position of individuals within the social network. We monitored wild-caught common waxbills (Estrilda astrild) with radio-frequency identifiers in a large mesocosm...

Individual variability in space use near power lines by a long-lived territorial raptor

Ana Teresa Marques, Luís Palma, Rui Lourenco, Rogério Cangarato, Alexandre Leitão, Miguel Mascarenhas, João Tavares, Ricardo Tomé, Francisco Moreira & Pedro Beja
Evaluating species responses to anthropogenic infrastructures and other habitat changes is often used to assess environmental impacts and to guide conservation actions. However, such studies are generally carried out at the population-level, disregarding inter-individual variability. Here, we investigate population- and individual-level responses towards power lines of a territorial raptor, the Bonelli’s eagle Aquila fasciata. We used GPS-PTT tracking data of seventeen adult eagles to model space use as a function of distance to transmission and...

Data from: Landscape genetics reveals contrasting patterns of connectivity in two newt species (Lissotriton montandoni and L. vulgaris)

Bernardo Antunes, Clara Figueiredo-Vázquez, Katarzyna Dudek, Marcin Liana, Maciej Pabijan, Piotr Zieliński & Wiesław Babik
Ecologically distinct species may respond to landscape changes in different ways. In addition to basic ecological data, the extent of the geographic range has been successfully used as an indicator of species sensitivity to anthropogenic landscapes, with widespread species usually found to be less sensitive compared to range-restricted species. In this study, we investigate connectivity patterns of two closely related but ecologically distinct newt species – the range-restricted, Lissotriton montandoni and the widespread, L. vulgaris...

Data from: Ecological adaptation and birdsong: how body and bill sizes affect passerine sound frequencies

Gonçalo C. Cardoso, Jakob Isager Friis, Joana Sabino, Pedro Santos & Torben Dabelsteen
The avian bill is finely adjusted to foraging ecology and, as part of the vocal tract, it may also affect sexual signals such as songs. Acoustic theory predicts that larger bills lower the resonant frequency of vocal tracts, allowing larger-billed species to emphasize lower sound frequencies. Theory also predicts that larger-billed species can change bill gape so as to sing over a wider frequency bandwidth. We tested these associations between bill size and sound frequencies...

Estratégias diagramáticas na criação gráfica: disseminação e convergência

Cláudia Amandi & Paulo Freire Almeida
Artigo de Rotura - Revista de Comunicação, Cultura e Artes ROTURA, 2 (2021): 25-32 eISSN: 2184-8661

The social rise of a housing intervention: Álvaro Siza project for Bouça neighbourhood

Clara Pimenta do Vale

Porto tower buildings in the 1960s: challenges to architects and engineers

Rui Fernandes Póvoas & Clara Pimenta do Vale

Didactics and circumstance: External representations in architectural design teaching

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

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