Fish, Fisheries & Aquatic Biodiversity Worldwide
What is it? Fish, Fisheries & Aquatic Biodiversity Worldwide is a bibliographic database with coverage of fish including ichthyology, fisheries, and related aspects of aquaculture. Major topics include culture and propagation, limnology and oceanography, genetics and behavior, natural history, parasites, diseases, habitat management, fish processing/marketing, general research, and fisheries management. Updated quarterly, with more than 13,500 records added per year.
Why use it? Scholarly articles and government documents about fisheries
Access: Available on networked computers on the MSU campus in Bozeman and via the proxy server. Limited to five simultaneous users at a time. A mobile version of Fish, Fisheries & Aquatic Biodiversity Worldwide is available.
Learn more: Database Subsets: Fish and Fisheries Worldwide includes records from the following databases:
Fishing Industry Research Institute (FIRI) Database
Cape Town, South Africa. The FIRI database (32,960 records) covers all aspects of the aquaculture and fishing industries, specialising in fish and shellfish processing and quality control of fish products.
(1960-present) - Fish and Wildlife Reference Service. Ninety percent of citations in this file are drawn from unpublished research reports, field studies, & surveys from U.S. state agencies. Content emphasizes fish management, streams, wetlands, and endangered species. Document delivery is available. More than 21,645 records.
Castell's Nutrition References
(1970-present) - John Castell, Dept. of Fisheries & Oceans, Canada. Castell's respected resource covers five major areas: Fish Nutrition References, Crustacean Nutrition References, Mollusc Nutrition References, and Fish Culture (not nutrition), as well as Fish Oil in Human Health. More than 20,880 references.
(1970-84) - National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. A wealth of valuable abstracts (10,300 records) on all aspects of marine, freshwater, and brackishwater organisms.
Fish Health News
(1978-85) - U.S. National Fisheries Research Center. Detailed abstracts (3,070 records) covering a wide variety of fish diseases and infections. (Fish-health references since 1985 are in Fisheries Review.)
Last updated: 2015-08-01 05:18:53 by Greg Notess