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Out of the dark: Diurnal activity in the bat Hipposideros ruber on São Tomé island (West Africa)
It is observed that heavy rain caused abrupt daytime returns of large numbers of bats, and in daytime adult males were significantly more frequent than females, while the opposite was noticed at night, an intersexual segregation possibly leading to temporal niche partitioning. Expand
Lesson 1: Activities and Tools Overview
This chapter concerns some of the activities Citta della Scienza Science Centre carries out, highlighting not only the way these activities are performed and the resulting experiences, but also theExpand
Workshop 4: Environment
Creating exhibitions from debates
The Owerri Science Festival
After the training of the ten Nigerian students in Naples, we wrongly supposed that part of the work had been already done; but as we headed off to Owerri, we realised that a deeper training shouldExpand
Talking Nano – What Makes Nanotechnology Special
Nanotechnology is entering a phase where the involvement of the public is becoming crucial in terms of public acceptance, market potential and political governance. This chapter reviews the issuesExpand
Otter ( Lutra lutra ) presence in Lattari mountains (Campania Region, Southern Italy)
A new area of presence of the otter was found in Campania region (Southern Italy) and included the "Valle delle Ferriere" and "Vecite" canyons close to Amalfi town (Salerno province). Expand