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Bibliothèque du Musée et jardins botaniques cantonaux

Néophytes au Tessin : du 18 au 20 septembre 2010

Hoffer-Massard, Françoise ; Röthlisberger, Jürg

In: Bulletin du Cercle vaudois de botanique, 2011, vol. 40, p. 53-64

Bibliothèque du Musée et jardins botaniques cantonaux

Voyage dans les Dolomites : du 11 au 17 juillet 2010

Gfeller, Ernest

In: Bulletin du Cercle vaudois de botanique, 2011, vol. 40, p. 27-42

Bibliothèque du Musée et jardins botaniques cantonaux

Edelweiss et pastoralisme au Val Ferret (VS), 31 juillet - 1er août

Keller, Roland

In: Bulletin du Cercle vaudois de botanique, 2011, vol. 40, p. 43-50

Bibliothèque du Musée et jardins botaniques cantonaux

Flore adventice des vignes, Sierre, le 24 avril 2010

Hoffer-Massard, Françoise

In: Bulletin du Cercle vaudois de botanique, 2011, vol. 40, p. 9-13

Bibliothèque du Musée et jardins botaniques cantonaux

Autour de St-Maurice, le 8 mai 2010

Hoffer-Massard, Françoise

In: Bulletin du Cercle vaudois de botanique, 2011, vol. 40, p. 15-21

Université de Fribourg

Airborne in-situ investigations of the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic ash plume on Iceland and over north-western Germany with light aircrafts and optical particle counters

Weber, Klaus ; Eliasson, J. ; Vogel, A. ; Fischer, C. ; Pohl, T. ; Haren, G. van ; Meier, M. ; Grobéty, Bernard ; Dahmann, D.

In: Atmospheric Environment, 2011, vol. 48, p. 9-21

During the time period of the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull in April/May 2010 the Duesseldorf University of Applied Sciences has performed 14 research flights in situations with and without the volcanic ash plume over Germany. In parallel to the research flights in Germany three measurement flights have been performed by the University of Iceland in May 2010 over the western...

Université de Neuchâtel

Do cleaner fish learn to feed against their preference in a reverse reward contingency task?

Danisman, Evin ; Bshary, Redouan ; Bergmüller, Ralph

In: Animal Cognition, 2010, vol. 13, no. 1, p. 41-49

The ability to control impulsive behaviour has been studied in animals with a standard test in which subjects need to choose the smaller of two food items in order to receive the larger one (reverse reward contingency). As a variety of mammals that have been tested so far (mostly primates) have great difficulties to solve the task, it has been proposed that it is generally cognitively demanding....