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1st Edition (20 pages) of the book "O Priolo e a Floresta Natural de Altitude"(”The Priolo and Natural Altitude Forest”), by Jaime Albino Ramos (1995) - English

2nd Edition (revised and actualised, with 83 pages) of the book "O Priolo e a Floresta Natural de Altitude"(”The Priolo and Natural Altitude Forest”), by Jaime Albino Ramos (2005), can be acquired from SPEA Shop

Management Plan from SPA Pico da Vara / Ribeira do Guilherme (See Characterization and Evaluation of SPA)

Hydrological Study of Hydrographical Basin of Ribeira do Guilherme and Evaluation of Pedological Characteristics of the SPA Pico da Vara/Ribeira do Guilherme

Identification of the main plagues and diseases that affect the Azorean plum - Prunus lusitanica L. spp. azorica (Mouillef.) Franco

Production of native Azorean herbaceous plants / Recovery of vegetational communities and repopulation with native species

Fern feeding ecology of the Azores bullfinch, Pyrrhula murina (M. L. Arosa - Master thesis) - English

Monitoring of rodents and mustelids in Macaronesian laurel forest and their impact on birds (S. Sanches - Master thesis)

The impact of alien plants on native biota in the Azores: a food web approach (R. Heleno - PhD thesis) - English

Status assessment of the Critically Endangered Azores Bullfinch (Pyrrhula murina) - RICARDO S. CEIA, JAIME A. RAMOS, RUBEN H. HELENO, GEOFF M. HILTON and TIAGO A. MARQUES


Others

Development of a classical model for predicting the population of the Priolo (Pyrrhula murina) in São Miguel, Azores , using ecological indicators (UTAD students' work report)

Poster exhibited in the XI National Meeting of Portuguese Biology Students (UTAD students' proposal)

The Priolo - endemic bird to the Azores - it's history through filately (article elaborated by A. Rebelo)



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