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Relatório sobre a Capacidade Administrativa e Financeira das Áreas de Conservação em Moçambique 2016Sean Nazerali, Alexandra Jorge & Vitor Pereira2016


2016


O presente relatório tem como objectivo avaliar a capacidade administrativa e financeira de 19 ACs em Moçambique, contribuindo como um dos critérios no processo de alocação de fundos da BIOFUND.








N/A


Português


Nenhuma restrição


Geral


Documentos de Projeto, Relatórios de Projetos e Avaliações


Áreas Protegidas


Todas Áreas de Conservação de Moçambique

Relatório sobre a Capacidade Administrativa e Financeira das Áreas de Conservação em Moçambique 2016
A new goatfish species of the genus Upeneus (Mullidae) based on molecular and morphological screening and subsequent taxonomic analysisUiblein, F. & Gouws, G.2014




A new goatfish, Upeneus heemstra sp. nov. (Mullidae), from the Western Indian Ocean and SE India is described from initial DNA barcoding and quantitative morphological screening, followed by a taxonomic analysis featuring the comparison of 56 meristic, morphometric and colour characters compiled from 340 specimens of 10 phenotypically similar species. An updated identification key for the tragula species group is provided and remarks on size-related and population differences are made.


Marine Biology Research


DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2013.850515




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

A new goatfish species of the genus Upeneus (Mullidae) based on molecular and morphological screening and subsequent taxonomic analysis
Adaptation and Learning in Coastal Management: The Experience of Five East African InitiativesTorell, E.2000




This article explores principles of adaptive, learning-based resource management and their practical application in coastal management projects in East Africa. The principles of feedback and adjustment, experimentation, and carefully guided participatory processes that capture widespread knowledge are used to describe the experience of five projects in Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique. The findings are drawn from a variety of sources, including site visits and interviews. The main finding is that adaptive methods are a major feature of all projects and the general approaches used in each case are similar.


Coastal Management






N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Geral


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Legal e Política (Leis, regulamentos, planos de acção de estratégias, etc);
Economia, Comércio e Medidas de Incentivo


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Adaptation and Learning in Coastal Management: The Experience of Five East African Initiatives
Appraisal of the Potential for Rhino Conservation in MozambiqueDunham, K.2004




During 1870, both the white rhino and the black rhino were reported west of the Limpopo River, between its confluences with the Elefantes and Nuanetsi Rivers. But by the late 1950s, excessive hunting had caused the extinction of the white rhino in Mozambique and the black rhino was extinct south of the Save River. This document evaluate the feasibility and the reintroduction options for rhinos in Limpopo National Park, Zinave National Park and Gile Game Reserve. Some preliminary guidelines for the development of a rhino conservation policy for Mozambique are also given.




SADC Regional Programme for Rhino Conservation Semester 9 Task 1.2-8.1




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Outra biodiversidade terrestre


Documentos de Projeto, Relatórios de Projetos e Avaliações


Legal e Política (Leis, regulamentos, planos de acção de estratégias, etc);
Identificação, Monitoria, Indicadores e Avaliações;
Áreas Protegidas;
Ameaças à Biodiversidade


Parque Nacional de Zinave;
Reserva Nacional do Gilé

Appraisal of the Potential for Rhino Conservation in Mozambique
Are fiddler crabs potentially useful ecosystem engineers in mangrove wastewater wetlands?Penha-Lopes, G. et al2009




The effect of different organic-rich sewage concentration and absence or presence of mangrove trees on the survival, bioturbation activities and burrow morphology of fiddler crabs species was assessed. After 6 months, males of both species always showed higher survival when compared to females. Crabs inhabiting pristine conditions achieved higher survival than those living in sewage-exposed mesocosms . At 60% sewage loading, fiddler crabs processed less sediment during feeding and excavated slightly more sediment than at pristine conditions. While percent volume of the burrow chambers increased at contaminated mesocosms for both vegetation conditions, burrows were shallower in bare cells loaded with sewage.


Marine Pollution Bulletin


Marine Pollution Bulletin 58 (2009) 1694–1703




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Costeira


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Restauração do Ecossistema;
Identificação, Monitoria, Indicadores e Avaliações


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Are fiddler crabs potentially useful ecosystem engineers in mangrove wastewater wetlands?
New data on zoogeography and taxonomy of the African species of the genus Sivacrypticus Kaszab (Coleoptera: Archeocrypticidae)Lillig, M.2004




This paper presents new localities of the African species of the genus Sivacrypticus Kaszab, 1964, considerably extending the known distribution areas of some species. S. tanganyikanus Kaszab, 1971 is redescribed, and its male genitalia are illustrated for the first time. Distribution maps are provided for all treated species. Distribution patterns of the African representatives of the genus are discussed. A checklist of all known species of the genus is provided, including information about the original description, synonyms and distribution.


Stuttgarter Beiträge Zur Naturkunde


Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkunde Serie A (Biologie)




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Outra biodiversidade terrestre


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

New data on zoogeography and taxonomy of the African species of the genus Sivacrypticus Kaszab (Coleoptera: Archeocrypticidae)
Protecting East Africa’s marine and coastal biodiversity. Marine Conservation Agreements in the Western Indian OceanRocliffe, S. & Udelhoven, J.2011




Commercial enterprises have been acquiring rights to marine and coastal areas for centuries for fisheries, energy and other uses. Increasingly, by using Marine Conservation Agreements, organisations like The Nature Conservancy (TNC) have begun to acquire similar rights for purposes that safeguard marine resources and benefit local communities. The Conservancy is developing a wide-ranging analysis of the role and feasibility of MCAs in key regions worldwide. This report examines one such region – the Western Indian Ocean (WIO) – and documents findings from an analysis of the ocean and coastal legal frameworks in Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, Madagascar, Seychelles and South Africa.




The Role and Feasibility of Marine Conservation Agreements in the Western Indian Ocean




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha;
Biodiversidade Costeira


Relatórios, Estudos, Avaliações de Biodiversidade, Linhas de Base


Legal e Política (Leis, regulamentos, planos de acção de estratégias, etc);
Áreas Protegidas


Parque Nacional das Qurimbas;
Parque Nacional de Arquipelago de Bazaruto;
Reserva Biológica de Inhaca

Protecting East Africa’s marine and coastal biodiversity. Marine Conservation Agreements in the Western Indian Ocean
Satellite tracking of migrating loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) displaced in the open seaLuschi et al2003




Loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) are known to migrate towards fixed, individually-specific residential feeding grounds. To study their spatial behaviour and their navigational ability, five loggerheads nesting in South Africa were captured when about to start their postnesting migration and tracked by satellite after having been displaced from their usual migratory route.


Marine Biology






N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Satellite tracking of migrating loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) displaced in the open sea
Marine turtle interaction with purse-seine fishery in the Atlantic and Indian oceans: Lessons for managementBourjea et al2014


1995-2011


Bycatch of endangered marine turtles is a growing issue for the management of all fisheries, including the oceanic purse-seine fishery. The aim of this study was to assess the spatial and temporal variation in bycatch rates of these species in the entire European purse-seine fishery operating in the Atlantic and Indian oceans. The study was based on data collected through observer programs from 1995 to 2011. During that period, a total of 15 913 fishing sets were observed, including 6 515 on Drifting Fish Aggregating Devices (DFADs) and 9 398 on free swimming schools, representing a global coverage of 10.3% and 5.1% of the total fishing activity in the Atlantic and Indian Ocean, respectively.


Biological Conservation






N/A


Outra


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Relatórios, Estudos, Avaliações de Biodiversidade, Linhas de Base


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Marine turtle interaction with purse-seine fishery in the Atlantic and Indian oceans: Lessons for management
Dymitile – Dynamique migratoire des tortues marines nidifiant dans les Iles Françaises de l’Ocean IndienBourjea et al2013


2011-2013


Chez les tortues marines, la migration est un processus indispensable tout au long de leur cycle biologique. Décrire et caractériser le cycle spatial des tortues marines est donc nécessaire pour définir une stratégie de conservation efficace à long terme. Nous avons étudié, grâce à la télémétrie satellitaire, la dynamique spatiale de deux espèces à différents stades de leur vie : 105 tortues vertes adultes Chelonia mydas en migration post reproductive dans le Sud-ouest de l’océan Indien (SOOI), et 18 tortues caouannes juvéniles Caretta caretta en phase océanique capturées accidentellement par la pêcherie palangrière réunionnaise.








N/A


Outra


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Relatórios, Estudos, Avaliações de Biodiversidade, Linhas de Base


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Dymitile – Dynamique migratoire des tortues marines nidifiant dans les Iles Françaises de l’Ocean Indien
Ecological Studies on the Shores of Moçambique. The Fauna of Intertidal Rocks at Inhaca Island, Delagoa Bay.Kalk, M.1958




The fauna of the 2,000-mile shore line of South Africa has been extensively investigated, but very little is known of the ecology of the adjacent 1,OOO-mile stretch of the Moyambique coast of East Africa. The exposed rocks nearest to Inhaca Island, that have been described, are at Isipingo near Durban, Natal, nearly 300 miles south, and the nearest sheltered rocks in Durban Bay. Many tropical Indo-Pacific species from the coast of Moçambique have been described by taxonomists in their publications on the South African fauna. The sites selected for the investigation of the rock fauna at Inhaca may be germane to the general problem of the distribution of marine intertidal organisms.


Annuals of the Natal Museum


Annals of the Natal Museum, Vol. XIV, part 2, issued November 19th, 1958.




Maputo


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Costeira


Relatórios, Estudos, Avaliações de Biodiversidade, Linhas de Base


Gênero e Biodiversidade;
Identificação, Monitoria, Indicadores e Avaliações


Reserva Biológica de Inhaca

Ecological Studies on the Shores of Moçambique. The Fauna of Intertidal Rocks at Inhaca Island, Delagoa Bay.
Ecology of tropical hermit crabs at Quirimba Island, Mozambique: distribution, abundance and activityBarnes, D.1997




A diverse assemblage of 16 species of hermit crabs occurs on the shores of the Quirimba Archipelago, northern Mozambique. Each species illustrated marked zonation such that they formed a distinct sequence from the subtidal across the wide intertidal zone to the supra-littoral. In addition to shore height zonation, there was distinct variation in type and range of habitat preferences. Of the 5 study islands, Quirimba and Quisiva had the greatest intertidal habitat variety and the largest number of resident hermit crab species.


Marine Ecology Progress Series






Cabo Delgado


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade;
Identificação, Monitoria, Indicadores e Avaliações


Parque Nacional das Qurimbas

Ecology of tropical hermit crabs at Quirimba Island, Mozambique: distribution, abundance and activity
Description of Monoleptoides gen. nov. from the Afrotropical Region, including the revision of nine species (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae)Wagner, Thomas2011




Due to their specific external and genitalic patterns, several species of Afrotropical Galerucines, most of them originally described in Monolepta Chevrolat, 1837 and Candezea Chapuis, 1879, are transferred to the new genus Monoleptoides. This group is phylogenetically well defined and comprises nine previously described species, some of them well known, abundant, and widely distributed in tropical Africa. Detailed descriptions for the generotype, Monoleptoides duplicata and redescriptions of all species, as well as an identification key are given. Collection data are recorded in detail for the 1190 specimens studied, and summarized in distribution maps.


Bonn zoological Bulletin






N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Geral


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Description of Monoleptoides gen. nov. from the Afrotropical Region, including the revision of nine species (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Galerucinae)
The Zambezi RiverMoore et al2007




The Zambezi rises with considerable modesty in northwest Zambia from a small spring on the gentle upland of the Southern Equatorial Divide – the watershed that separates the river from north-west-flowing tributaries of the Congo. For some 30 km, the Zambezi head-waters flow to the north, towards the Congo, but then the course swings to the south-west, around a low ridge of Karoo sandstone known as Kalene Hill. This direction is maintained for a further 200 km into Angola before the river finally turns south-eastwards to the Indian Ocean. The aim of this chapter is to provide a description of the Zambezi, with particular focus on the contrasting geomorphological character of the three sectors of the river.


John Wiley & Sons, Ltd


Large Rivers: Geomorphology and Management, Edited by A. Gupta




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Geral;
Biodiversidade das águas interiores e zonas húmidas


Relatórios, Estudos, Avaliações de Biodiversidade, Linhas de Base


Diversidade biológica e cultural;
Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

The Zambezi River
Global phylogeography of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea)Dutton et al1999




Analyses of mitochondrial (mt) DNA control region sequences from 175 leatherback turtles Dermochelys coriacea from 10 nesting colonies revealed shallow phylogenetic structuring of maternal lineages on a global scale. Eleven haplotypes were observed, and mean estimated sequence divergence, p = 0.00581, is much lower than the deepest nodes reported in global mtDNA surveys of the green turtle Chelonia mydas, loggerhead Caretta caretta, and ridley turtles Lepidochelys spp. The leatherback turtle is the product of an evolutionary trajectory originating at least 100 million years ago, yet the intraspecific phylogeny recorded in mitochondrial lineages may trace back less than 900 000 years.


Journal of Zoology


DOI: 10.1017/S0952836999007116




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Diversidade biológica e cultural;
Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Global phylogeography of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea)
Philatelic LepidopteraSmith, M1954




Many entomologists who are also philatelists are collectors of insects on stamps. These include bees and beehives, mosquitoes, dragonflies, a praying mantis, termitaria, and several beetles, but by far the greatest number are butterflies or moths. The 20-value set issued by Mozambique, and the four most recent Pro Juventude sets of Switzerland, all in full natural color, should do much to interest collectors in this special field. Fourteen stamp-issuing countries, from 1902 through 1953, have issued a total of ninety-nine stamps of forty-six different designs, showing forty-three species of butterflies, moths, or their caterpillars.


The Lepidopterists' News






N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Geral


Outros


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Philatelic Lepidoptera
Nest site fidelity and nest site selection of loggerhead, Caretta caretta, and leatherback, Dermochelys coriacea, turtles in Kwazulu-Natal, South AfricaBotha, M.2010




Loggerhead and leatherback sea turtles nest on the beaches of the north-eastern portion of Kwazulu-Natal within the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. Loggerheads place ~60 % of all nests within an 8 km stretch of beach, whereas leatherbacks tend to space their nests more evenly along the entire length of the monitoring area. The study aimed to determine nest site fidelity of loggerheads and leatherbacks and the factors that influence nest site selection of both species within the 56 km of turtle monitoring area (32N to 100S) and the 5 km area of high-density loggerhead nesting (0N to 12N). The effectiveness of nest site selection was then determined through the hatching success of loggerheads over the 5km area (0N to 12N).




Submitted in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in the Department of Zoology at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Nest site fidelity and nest site selection of loggerhead, Caretta caretta, and leatherback, Dermochelys coriacea, turtles in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
Description of two new species of Zinophora Chamberlin, 1927 (Diplopoda: Spirostreptida: Harpagophoridae), with discussion of species groups in the genusRedman et al2010




The millipede genus Zinophora (Chamberlin, 1927) was previously revised based on the species present south of the Zambezi and Kunene Rivers. Since that revision, two additional new species have been discovered and are here described: Zinophora lobata (Mozambique) and Z. taromberai (Zimbabwe and Tanzania). This brings the total number of described species in the genus to 21. An updated key to species in the genus is presented. Detailed illustrations of the gonopods supplement the descriptions and a distribution map of Z. taromberai in Zimbabwe is provided. There appear to be up to three species groups in the genus and the character states defining these groups are discussed.


African Invertebrates






N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Outra biodiversidade terrestre


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Diversidade biológica e cultural;
Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Description of two new species of Zinophora Chamberlin, 1927 (Diplopoda: Spirostreptida: Harpagophoridae), with discussion of species groups in the genus
The genus Anisomysis (Crustacea: Mysidae) from the east coast of South Africa – descriptions of three new species, and range extensions of two known speciesConnell, Allan D.2009




Three new species of Mysidae, of the genus Anisomysis, are described. Two of these, Anisomysis (Anisomysis) pescaprae sp. nov. and A. (Anisomysis) neptuni sp. nov., were collected on reef in at a depth of 20–40 m, within the Aliwal Shoal Marine Protected Area, about 60 km south of Durban on the KwaZulu-Natal shelf. Both belong to the subgenus Anisomysis, and each possesses a uniquely shaped telson which immediately identifies the species. In shallow, sheltered waters adjacent to the derelict and partly submerged Vetch’s Pier in the southern corner of the Durban beachfront, the third new species, Anisomysis (Paranisomysis) sudafricana sp. nov., was found in small shoals.


African Natural History






N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Costeira


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

The genus Anisomysis (Crustacea: Mysidae) from the east coast of South Africa – descriptions of three new species, and range extensions of two known species
Invertebrate Collection Donated by Professor Dr. Ion Cantacuzino to “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History from BucharestPetrescu, I. e Petrescu, A.2016




The catalogue of the invertebrate collection donated by Prof. Dr. Ion Cantacuzino represents the first detailed description of this historical act. The early years of Prof. Dr. Ion Cantacuzino’s career are dedicated to natural sciences, collecting and drawing of marine invertebrates followed by experimental studies. The present paper represents gathered data from Grigore Antipa 1931 inventory, also from the original handwritten labels. The specimens were classified by current nomenclature. The present donation comprises 70 species of Protozoa, Porifera, Coelenterata, Mollusca, Annelida, Bryozoa, Sipuncula, Arthropoda, Chaetognatha, Echinodermata, Tunicata and Chordata.


Travaux du Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle «Grigore Antipa»


DOI: 10.1515/travmu-2016-0013




N/A


Inglês


Não aplicável


Biodiversidade Marinha


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Gênero e Biodiversidade


Nenhuma / Não aplicável

Invertebrate Collection Donated by Professor Dr. Ion Cantacuzino to “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History from Bucharest
A hydrogeological study of the Nhandugue River, Mozambique – A major groundwater recharge zoneArvidsson et al2011




The Nhandugue River flows over the western margin of the Urema Rift, the southernmost extension of the East African Rift System, and marks the north-western border of Gorongosa National Park, Mozambique. It constitutes one of the major indispensable water resources for the ecosystem that the park protects. Our study focused on the hydrogeological conditions at the western rift margin by resistivity measurements, soil sampling and discharge measurements. The resistivity results suggest that the area is heavily faulted and constitutes a major groundwater recharge zone. East of the rift margin the resistivity indicate that solid gneiss is fractured and weathered, and is overlain by sandstone and alluvial sediments.


Physics and Chemistry of the Earth




https://www.researchgate.net/publication/229339635


N/A


Inglês


Nenhuma restrição


Biodiversidade das águas interiores e zonas húmidas


Artigo com revisão pelos pares e teses universitárias


Áreas Protegidas


Parque Nacional de Gorongosa

A hydrogeological study of the Nhandugue River, Mozambique – A major groundwater recharge zone
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