Q.1: How do plants “choose” their natural habitat?
Q.2: How could we use the lagoon water?
Q.3: How did invasive plants get here?
Q.4: How did the volcanic eruption of the “Trilho dos Mistérios Negros / Black Mysteries Trail” occur?
Q.5: What will happen if the japanese cedar (Criptomeria japonica) disappears? And the heather / rapa (Calluna vulgaris) disappear?
Q.6: How could we deal today with the eventual transformations generated by a new volcanic eruption on the Black Mysteries trail?
Q.7: What would happen if there were no protected areas?
Q.8: What happens if insects disappear?
Q.9: Why is it important for the climate of the region to have the characteristics that it has?
Q.10: Why should we protect the Azores juniper?
Q.11: Why is the Kahili ginger / conteira (Hedychium gardnerianum) edible?
Q.12: Why is the presence of moss important?
Q.13: Why don’t we preserve all nature?
Q.14: Why are nature reserves important?
Q.15: Why are there flies in the bush?
Q.16: Why are there no more living things in the lagoon?
Q.17: Why is it that when we squeeze the peat moss/ musgão (Shagnum sp.) and the japanese cedar (Criptomeria japonica), we only obtain water from the peat moss/ musgão (Shagnum sp.) even though both plants received rain?
Q.18: Why will there be less biodiversity in the future?