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António Valter Chisingui

António Valter Chisingui
ISCED-Huila · Natural Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Valter Chisingui currently works at the Natural Sciences, ISCED-Huila. Their current project is 'SASSCAL'.

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O estudo decorre de um outro desenvolvido pelos autores que pretendeu compreender a forma como um Curso de Formação Inicial de Professores de Biologia numa instituição pública angolana era concebido e operacionalizado atendendo a orientações curriculares e formativas internacionais e nacionais. Tendo em vista aprofundar esse estudo, e focando-nos,...
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Angola is a country in south-central Africa, particularly rich in biodiversity. Despite the efforts recently made to document its biodiversity, there is a need for standardized sampling methods to document and compare the variety of ecosystems and plants occurring in the country. With this database report we aim to document the abundance and divers...
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Positive biodiversity‐ecosystem function relationships (BEFRs) have been widely documented, but it is unclear if BEFRs should be expected in disturbance‐driven systems. Disturbance may limit competition and niche differentiation, which are frequently posited to underlie BEFRs. We provide the first exploration of the relationship between tree specie...
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National education policies are increasingly regulated by international agendas, for example the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (SD). However, in order to put such policies into practice, social actors like teachers and teacher educators must include them in their practices. In this context, this study stems from the following research que...
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Seasonally dry woodlands are the dominant land cover across southern Africa. They are biodiverse, structurally complex, and important for ecosystem service provision. Species composition and structure vary across the region producing a diverse array of woodland types. The woodlands of the Huíla plateau in southwest Angola represent the extreme sout...
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Hunting and related bushmeat trade are activities which negatively impact wildlife worldwide, with serious implications for biodiversity conservation. Angola’s fauna was severely decimated during the long-lasting civil war following the country’s independence. During a round trip from Lubango (Huíla province), passing through the provinces of Bengu...
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We conducted a vegetation survey in the woodlands of Huíla Province, Angola, with the aim of investigating woodland tree communities and species associations. Vegetation sampling was conducted using vegetation plots of 1 000 m2 where all tree species with or above 5 cm trunk diameter (DBH) were measured. A total of 456 vegetation plots were assesse...
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In this paper we present an estimate of above-ground biomass (AGB) in the dry tropical forests and woodlands of southern Angola, western Zambia, northern Namibia and northern Botswana. Furthermore, we investigated the environmental variables influencing the spatial distribution of AGB. We compiled data from 498 vegetation plots and forest inventori...

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