Databases (42 results)
Faculty Opinions [via Faculty Opinions Limited, Sciwheel Limited]
The FAMSI site offers access to numerous databases, image banks, bibliographies, online glossaries and dictionaries, web links and full text scholarly articles about the Pre-Columbian Maya, Aztec, Zapotec, and Olmec cultures of Mesoamerica. Collections include, among many others: the Justin Kerr rollout photographs of Maya vases, the Robert Montgomery Dictionary of Maya Hieroglyphs, the Linda Schele Drawing Collection, the Tikal Digital Access Project images, the University of Pennsylvania Library Mesoamerican Language Texts Digitization Project texts and digitized Graz codices, accompanied by notable commentaries.
FAO on-line catalogue (FAOBIB)
FAOBIB is a multilingual, on-line catalogue of documents and publications produced by FAO since 1945, books added to the library collections since 1976, and serials held in the FAO library. The database can be searched in simple, advanced and command mode. A thesaurus mode can also be implemented which allows for navigation through AGROVOC and flagging of terms for inclusion in any query. AGROVOC is the multilingual agricultural thesaurus developed by FAO and used to index items in the database. Searches can be made by personal or corporate author, by title, conference, or subject; the database can also retrieve items by project symbol, division symbol etc. Other keys, such as the language, the publication year etc., can be used to further refine a query. Full text links are now provided for all documents which are available in electronic format.
FAOSTAT is produced by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. FAOSTAT provides free access to food and agriculture data for over 245 countries and territories and covers all FAO regional groupings from 1961 to the most recent year available. Topics include food and agricultural production and trade, fisheries, land use and irrigation, fertilizers and more. The comprehensive databases cover many countries over long periods of time.
FAS Foreign Agricultural Service USDA
The website of the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides access to statistics on trade, various reports on agricultural commodities and data, agriculture in other countries, information on federal export programs and to the magazine AgExporter.