Alves, Joana Alexandra Silva

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Alves, Joana Alexandra Silva
 
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Alves, Joana
 
 
 
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UC Researcher
 

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)TypeAccess
116-Nov-2020Acoustic Ecology of Red Deer in a Mediterranean LandscapeMiranda, Raquel Martins PintomasterThesisembargoedAccess
217-Jul-2018Avoidance behaviour of wild ungulates to roads: Its effects on spatial distribution, habitat use and activity patternsOliveira, Raquel Cardoso Cabeças Lopes de masterThesisembargoedAccess
322-Sep-2017Bioaccumulation of metals in bats: is there a potential risk?Mina, Rúben Miguel Rodrigues masterThesisembargoedAccess
420-Sep-2017Ecology and feeding behaviour of the Common Otter in the lower Mondego river valleySimões, Sandra Cristina Sousa masterThesisembargoedAccess
518-Feb-2021Estimating roe deer and wild boar abundance and habitat use in a heterogeneous landscape of Northern PortugalOliveira, Marta Sofia TeixeiramasterThesisembargoedAccess
66-Sep-2018Exposure Assessment of Metals in Cave Dwelling BatsPavón, Ana Daniela Sansur masterThesisembargoedAccess
717-Jul-2018Males and females with their backs turned - a study of sexual segregation in red deerCoelho, Catarina Santos masterThesisembargoedAccess
82019Natural woodlands hold more diverse, abundant, and unique biota than novel anthropogenic forests: a multi-group assessmentSilva, Luís P. da ; Heleno, Ruben H. ; Costa, Jose M. ; Valente, Mariana Morais ; Mata, Vanessa A.; Gonçalves, Susana C. ; Silva, António Alves da; Alves, Joana ; Ramos, Jaime articleopenAccess
917-Sep-2018Red and roe deer in the Lousã Mountain: Are they using the same ecological resources?Ribeiro, Carolina Martins masterThesisembargoedAccess
1016-Sep-2015Stress in red deer induced by human pressureVilela, Ana Sofia Penteado masterThesisclosedAccess
1116-Nov-2020Testing the Activity Budget Hypothesis to explain sexual segregation in red deerRelvas, Sofia MurteiramasterThesisembargoedAccess