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    Relatório Final de Estágio no Escalão de Juvenis A (Sub-17) no Clube de Futebol Os Belenenses 2011-2012

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    Orienta√ß√£o : Jorge CasteloEste relat√≥rio surge no √Ęmbito do est√°gio profissionalizante do Mestrado em Treino Desportivo da Universidade Lus√≥fona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, realizado na equipa de Juvenis A do Clube de Futebol ‚Äúos Belenenses‚ÄĚ, que disputou o Campeonato Nacional ‚Äď S√©rie C, na √©poca de 2011/12. O relat√≥rio focar-se-√° na descri√ß√£o, fundamenta√ß√£o e reflex√£o das decis√Ķes e ac√ß√Ķes subjacentes ao treino desportivo da equipa, contextualizando o jogo de futebol no grupo et√°rio sub-17, bem como a rela√ß√£o com as exig√™ncias que se ir√£o colocar no escal√£o et√°rio subsequente e no percurso at√© s√©nior. O relat√≥rio encontra-se dividido em tr√™s tipos de planifica√ß√£o: (1) Planifica√ß√£o Conceptual, que inclui uma reflex√£o do jogo de futebol no quadro do grupo et√°rio em que o est√°gio foi realizado bem como e a rela√ß√£o com as exig√™ncias que se ir√£o colocar no futuro imediato e a longo prazo; a an√°lise do clube relativamente √† sua hist√≥ria, constrangimentos, organiza√ß√£o e objectivos gerais; uma detalhada refer√™ncia aos jogadores e √† equipa que suportou a sua prepara√ß√£o para a competi√ß√£o; a defini√ß√£o do modelo de jogo a adoptar e o planeamento anual. (2) Planifica√ß√£o Estrat√©gica, que inclui os pressupostos para a prepara√ß√£o da equipa, e da aquisi√ß√£o e aperfei√ßoamento no tempo do modelo de jogo a adoptar, isto √©, no desenvolvimento de um planeamento de treino; (3) Planifica√ß√£o T√°ctica, que refere a aplica√ß√£o de um modelo de an√°lise do treino, bem como a utiliza√ß√£o deste instrumento para o melhoramento das capacidades individuais e colectivas da equipa, aferindo a congru√™ncia com o modelo de jogo idealizado pelo Treinador.This report comes under the professional traineeship in the Master‚Äôs degree in Sports Training of the Universidade Lus√≥fona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, carried out at the Clube de Futebol ‚Äúos Belenenses‚ÄĚ with the Youth team, which played the National Championship - Series C, season 2011 / 12. The report will focus on the description, reflection and reasoning of decisions and actions underlying the training of the team, contextualizing the game of football in the under-17 age group, as well as the relation with the demands that will arise in the age group and in the subsequent path until reaching senior level. This report is divided into three types of planning: (1) Conceptual Planning, which includes consideration of the football match under the age group in which the traineeship was performed as well as the relation with the demands that will arise in the immediate future and long-term analysis of the club in relation to its history, constraints, organization and objectives, a detailed reference to the players and the team that endured its preparation for the competition, setting the game model and the annual planning. (2) Strategic Planning, which includes the assumptions for the preparation of the team, and the improvement in the game model to be adopted, that is, in developing a training plan, (3) Tactical Planning, which relates to applying an analysis of the training model, and the use of this instrument for the improvement of individual and collective capabilities of the team, checking the congruency with the training model idealized by the Coach

    NEOTROPICAL CARNIVORES: a data set on carnivore distribution in the Neotropics

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    Mammalian carnivores are considered a key group in maintaining ecological health and can indicate potential ecological integrity in landscapes where they occur. Carnivores also hold high conservation value and their habitat requirements can guide management and conservation plans. The order Carnivora has 84 species from 8 families in the Neotropical region: Canidae; Felidae; Mephitidae; Mustelidae; Otariidae; Phocidae; Procyonidae; and Ursidae. Herein, we include published and unpublished data on native terrestrial Neotropical carnivores (Canidae; Felidae; Mephitidae; Mustelidae; Procyonidae; and Ursidae). NEOTROPICAL CARNIVORES is a publicly available data set that includes 99,605 data entries from 35,511 unique georeferenced coordinates. Detection/non-detection and quantitative data were obtained from 1818 to 2018 by researchers, governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations, and private consultants. Data were collected using several methods including camera trapping, museum collections, roadkill, line transect, and opportunistic records. Literature (peer-reviewed and grey literature) from Portuguese, Spanish and English were incorporated in this compilation. Most of the data set consists of detection data entries (n = 79,343; 79.7%) but also includes non-detection data (n = 20,262; 20.3%). Of those, 43.3% also include count data (n = 43,151). The information available in NEOTROPICAL CARNIVORES will contribute to macroecological, ecological, and conservation questions in multiple spatio-temporal perspectives. As carnivores play key roles in trophic interactions, a better understanding of their distribution and habitat requirements are essential to establish conservation management plans and safeguard the future ecological health of Neotropical ecosystems. Our data paper, combined with other large-scale data sets, has great potential to clarify species distribution and related ecological processes within the Neotropics. There are no copyright restrictions and no restriction for using data from this data paper, as long as the data paper is cited as the source of the information used. We also request that users inform us of how they intend to use the data

    NEOTROPICAL XENARTHRANS: a data set of occurrence of xenarthran species in the Neotropics

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    Xenarthrans‚ÄĒanteaters, sloths, and armadillos‚ÄĒhave essential functions for ecosystem maintenance, such as insect control and nutrient cycling, playing key roles as ecosystem engineers. Because of habitat loss and fragmentation, hunting pressure, and conflicts with domestic dogs, these species have been threatened locally, regionally, or even across their full distribution ranges. The Neotropics harbor 21 species of armadillos, 10 anteaters, and 6 sloths. Our data set includes the families Chlamyphoridae (13), Dasypodidae (7), Myrmecophagidae (3), Bradypodidae (4), and Megalonychidae (2). We have no occurrence data on Dasypus pilosus (Dasypodidae). Regarding Cyclopedidae, until recently, only one species was recognized, but new genetic studies have revealed that the group is represented by seven species. In this data paper, we compiled a total of 42,528 records of 31 species, represented by occurrence and quantitative data, totaling 24,847 unique georeferenced records. The geographic range is from the southern United States, Mexico, and Caribbean countries at the northern portion of the Neotropics, to the austral distribution in Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, and Uruguay. Regarding anteaters, Myrmecophaga tridactyla has the most records (n¬†=¬†5,941), and Cyclopes sp. have the fewest (n¬†=¬†240). The armadillo species with the most data is Dasypus novemcinctus (n¬†=¬†11,588), and the fewest data are recorded for Calyptophractus retusus (n¬†=¬†33). With regard to sloth species, Bradypus variegatus has the most records (n¬†=¬†962), and Bradypus pygmaeus has the fewest (n¬†=¬†12). Our main objective with Neotropical Xenarthrans is to make occurrence and quantitative data available to facilitate more ecological research, particularly if we integrate the xenarthran data with other data sets of Neotropical Series that will become available very soon (i.e., Neotropical Carnivores, Neotropical Invasive Mammals, and Neotropical Hunters and Dogs). Therefore, studies on trophic cascades, hunting pressure, habitat loss, fragmentation effects, species invasion, and climate change effects will be possible with the Neotropical Xenarthrans data set. Please cite this data paper when using its data in publications. We also request that researchers and teachers inform us of how they are using these data