FAO is a specialized agency of the United Nations that works to combat hunger and achieve food security in developed and developing nations. Yale has been an FAO depository library since 1965.
Many current FAO materials are available in full text online, but earlier publications may be available only on microfiche. Yale Library holds the microfiche set Food and Agriculture Organization Publications and Documents, which is a complete collection of FAO documentation - working papers, main documents, field documents, and sales publications - issued between 1978 and 1997. Use FAOBIB to search for microfiche, and make note of the fiche number (see example below). The FAO microfiche collection is located in the Microform Reading Room in Sterling Memorial Library; if you have any questions about the FAO collection, contact Yale's Librarian for Government Information.
|English title:||A brief note on some observations on the breeding biology of fishing cat (Felis viverrina)|
|Serial:||Tigerpaper (FAO). 1014 2789, v. 19(2) p. 20-21, (Apr-Jun 1992)|
|Authors:||Bhattacharya, T., (Indian Society for Wildlife Research, Calcutta (India));|
|Categories:||P01-Nature conservation and land resources|
|AGROVOC main descr. :||CATS; ENDANGERED SPECIES|
|AGROVOC sec. descr.:||SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR; REPRODUCTION|
|AGROVOC geogr. descr.:||INDIA; WEST BENGAL|
|Call No:||P238 T44|
|Holding library:||RR, FOL|