Posts Tagged ‘Comportamento’

Turning Birds into Spies Against Illegal Fishing

Posted by: pongpesca on 2018/04/17

Supporting a shift to more sustainable fishing

Posted by: pongpesca on 2018/03/01

Evento de encerramento do projeto Fish Forward

Posted by: pongpesca on 2017/11/29

Peixes ficam stressados longe do cardume

Posted by: pongpesca on 2016/10/04

‘Milhões de caranguejos’ de Rui Guerra

Posted by: pongpesca on 2016/03/04

2 Bolsas de Investigação (m/f)(26-05-14)

Posted by: pongpesca on 2014/05/28

Socio-economics of Fisheries and Aquaculture

Posted by: pongpesca on 2013/04/17

What Do Sharks Do in the Deep? Device May Tell

Posted by: pongpesca on 2012/09/27

Tubarões-limão aprendem observando-se uns aos outros

Posted by: pongpesca on 2012/09/15

Ocean Warming Causes Elephant Seals to Dive Deeper

Posted by: pongpesca on 2012/03/05

Sea life “must swim faster to survive”

Posted by: pongpesca on 2011/11/21

Sperm Whales Really Do Learn From Each Other

Posted by: pongpesca on 2011/11/09

Deep Intellect – Inside the mind of the octopus

Posted by: pongpesca on 2011/11/09

Circadian clocks in a blind fish

Posted by: pongpesca on 2011/09/08

Clever Dolphins Use Shells to Catch Fish

Posted by: pongpesca on 2011/08/26

Social behaviour can make predators even pickier

Posted by: pongpesca on 2011/08/24

Killer Whales and the Mystery of Human Menopause

Posted by: pongpesca on 2010/07/05