Celso Barbiéri Júnior

Celso Barbiéri Júnior
University of São Paulo | USP · School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities

Master of Science

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Citizen science comprises the partnership between members of a society and scientists performing a genuine scientific project. In this book, we present a citizen science protocol for monitoring flight activity of stingless bees. By following the protocol steps, you can perform stingless bee nest monitoring, create new knowledge, and help understand...
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Although the quality of citizen science (CS) data is often a concern, evidence for high-quality CS data increases in the scientific literature. This study aimed to assess the data reliability of a structured CS protocol for monitoring stingless bees’ flight activity. We tested (1) data accuracy for replication among volunteers and for expert valida...
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Palestra sobre abelhas, polinização e como a ciência cidadã pode auxiliar no trabalho com questões científicas envolvendo estes temas.
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Expanding involvement of the public in citizen science projects can benefit both volunteers and professional scientists alike. Recently, citizen science has come into focus as an important data source for reporting and monitoring United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Since bees play an essential role in the pollination ecosystem serv...
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The American stingless bees species have been used in management and breeding practices by local civilizations since the pre-Columbian era. Currently, many of these species are managed commercially and maintained in meliponaries. However, divergences exist among authors about the ecological utility of these practices. Some argue that meliponaries c...
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Meliponiculture, which is the rational keeping of stingless bees, has been practiced for centuries by pre-colonial populations and has been gaining adepts in recent years. In addition to being an alternative for the conservation of these pollinators, it is an activity that promotes sustainability. From a theoretical point of view, disciplinary appr...
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Stingless bees (Apidae; Meliponini) occupy a great diversity of habitats in tropical and subtropical regions. They are eusocial and live in sessile colonies. Most meliponini species build nests in pre-existing cavities, such as tree hollows and stingless bee hive models imitate the conditions of natural nests. However, they are unwieldy for scienti...

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Characterization of the situation of meliponiculture in the brazilian state.