[resources] EBSCO new four sub library trial notice
Release time: 09/28/2018
article provenance: Ministry of resources construction
article author: Zhang Qian
1. Garden, Landscape & Horticulture Index Landscape / facility design abstracts
Garden, Landscape & Horticulture Index(GLHI) Topics include garden and landscape design,
horticultural crop cultivation management, landscape design and history, plant and landscape conservation, landscape management and horticultural therapy, as well as ecology, plant nutrition, biotechnology, processing and so on. The index and abstract products are mainly landscape/facility designers, professionals and gardens. Art, flowers and trees, landscape design teachers and students design. GLHI includes a series of themes around the world
that focus on integrated horticulture and are keen on professional flower cultivation and plant nutrition. More than 530 journals, magazines, government reports and other publications, nearly 70 books, more than 350,000 entries, most of the journals published in English. GLHI features a collection of articles on Horticultural Design and flower and tree cultivation, and a collection of journals that are not available in any other index.
2. Food Science Source Food Science Database
FSS is a comprehensive full-text database that can meet the needs of information level in all levels of the food industry. The database provides a large number of closely related, unparalleled, full-text coverage of relevant information in the food industry. Including the following contents: agricultural industrialization, food science, food storage and packaging, food processing, food services, food transport and so on. FSS includes nearly 1200 publications, 1122 of which are full-text publications, 805 are full-text journals and 40 are full-text reference books. It also includes practical information such as papers, conference catalogues, industry/market analysis reports, government literature, etc. More than 2 million records with keywords. It was first traced back to 1941.
3. Biological & Agricultural Plus (bio agriculture full text Library)
Bio-Agriculture Core Periodicals, Book Review Database: 391 Journal abstracts, the earliest back to 1982, of which 320 were peer-reviewed; nearly 100 Journal full-text, the earliest back to 1986; more than 200 podcast resources, provided by the Museum of Science (Boston); covering all bio-and agricultural-related resources Subject Categories: Agricultural Chemistry, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engineering, Zoology, Biology, Biotechnology, Botany, Cytology, Ecology, Entomology, Genetics, Horticulture, Marine Biology, Microbiology, Nutrition, Paleontology, Physiology, Plant Pathology, Soil Science, Veterinary Medicine, Wildlife Administration.
4. FSTA(Food Science and Technology Abstracts)
FSTA is an important database for researchers and researchers in the field of food and health sciences. It provides a wealth of interdisciplinary content, ranging from microbiology to psychology, and the FSTA database covers all scientific areas related to food health, enabling users to conduct extensive and in-depth interdisciplinary research, covering a comprehensive and highly specialized index. Every piece of data in the database is indexed by the most comprehensive Food Subject Thesaurus Depth Index in the world so that users can find highly relevant professional information efficiently and quickly. Include:
• about 1200000 data with high scientific reliability and direct correlation.
Update more than 1550 data per week.
• data collected from 1969 to the present
There are about 5450 periodicals, 1020 of which are now published.
* Selected from 22,650 sources, including conference proceedings, books, popular science journals, reviews, scientific reports, patents and standards.
The journal is from 53 countries around the world.
• an English Digest of relevant documents published in 29 languages worldwide.
* Indexing all entries in the database using 10,788 keywords from a professional perspective (Thesaurus)
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Trial deadline: November 30, 2018
If you have any problems during the probation period, please contact the Ministry of resources and construction: 84396021.
Explanation: this database is a trial database and will be closed during the probation period. Whether or not to purchase will be decided by various practical factors, such as funds, please understand.