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Welcome to the Agriculture Subject Guide. In this guide you'll find:
links to major encyclopedias and dictionaries
links to taxonomy resources
links to statistics, market reports, and data resources
links to major journals in agriculture held by the library
About this Guide
This guide is intended to give users a starting place for Agricultural research at Yale. Yale does not have an agriculture program but many areas of study at Yale have interests in agriculturally-related materials.
Studies at Yale that may include sectors of Agriculture
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CAB Abstracts give access to literature from 1973 onwards, with over 380,000 abstracts added each year. Its gives comprehensive international coverage of the applied life sciences includes agriculture, environment, veterinary sciences, applied economics, food science and nutrition.
It includes less well-known and non-English journals and those published by independent and learned publishers. With publications from over 120 countries in 50 languages, it includes English language abstracts for most articles offering the fullest global picture for any subject.
The Natural Science Collection includes the Agricultural & Environmental Science Database, Biological Science Database, and Earth, Atmospheric & Aquatic Science Database and provides full-text titles from around the world including scholarly journals, trade and industry journals, magazines, technical reports, conference proceedings, government publications and more.
Unveiled March 2016 - PubAg is the USDA National Agricultural Library's search system for agricultural information (nutrition, food, animal and crop production, natural resources, sustainable ag, rural development, ag economics, statistics, imports/exports)
as of May 2016 it contained 1.23 million citations (42K full-text) with intention of adding 20,000 new citations each month
This Yale professional school, founded in 1900, is the oldest continuously active professional school of forestry in the United States. Forestry studies are classically considered a part of agriculture. There is a special area within the study termed as Agroforestry.
This Yale Program is an interdisciplinary one with the goal of assisting scholars to understand rural life and society which cover the areas of poverty, subsistence, cultivation, justice, art, law, property, rural life, cooperation, resource uses, and state action.
This project works to draw meaning from the connections among people, land and food. They support exploration and academic inquiry related to food and agriculture and how food we eat and its production involve world health, culture, the environment, education, and the global economy.