|Web of Science
||Web of Science includes Arts & Humanities Citation Index, Science Citation Index Expanded, and Social Sciences Citation Index. Collectively, these indexes cover 8,700 scholarly and technical journals completely and 13,300 selectively, in more than 230 disciplines. The Web of Science gateway allows searching the indexes singly or in combination. Features include cited reference searching, access to records related to a particular article, and number of times an article has been cited. Coverage extends back to 1977
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|Wildlife and Ecology Studies Worldwide
||Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide provides global coverage of the literature on wild mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians with about 590,000 bibliographic records, many of which include abstracts. The database is composed of eight databases:
(1) Wildlife Review Abstracts (1935 and earlier to present) contains about 590,000 records and covers all aspects of wildlife, including: studies of individual species, habitat types, hunting, economics, wildlife behavior, management techniques, diseases, parasites and more. Sources scanned are journals, monographs, conference proceedings and symposia, websites, government reports, grey literature, books, theses, and dissertations.
(2) Swiss Wildlife Information Service (SWIS, 1974 to present) SWIS has about 104,000 records and contains a main database on birds and mammals and special files on protected animals and wildlife interaction with traffic, disturbance and agriculture.
(3) Wildlife Database (1960 to present) Produced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Reference Service, this database contains over 21,000+ records, 90% of which are drawn from unpublished research reports, field studies, and surveys from U. S. state agencies.
(4) BIODOC (1970 to 1999) From the National University of Costa Rica, BIODOC has 9,000 records and emphasizes Central and South American fauna.
(5) Waterfowl and Wetlands Bibliography (Duckdata, 1838-2000). Produced by the U.S. Geological Survey, Duckdata contains over 13,000 citations with a focus on game birds and their habitats.
(6) IUCN - The World Conservation Union (1946 to present) Contains over 4,300 citations to IUCN literature related to conservation.
(7) Natural & Cultural Heritage of Africa (NATCHA, 1960 to present and earlier) This database of about 14,000 records provides extensive coverage of natural history journals relating to wildlife in Africa, especially Southern Africa.
(8) Afro-Tropical Bird Information Retrieval Database (Afro-Tropical BIRD, 20th century to present with some coverage of the 1800s) It covers comprehensively journals, newsletters and reports on Afro-Tropical birds.
Duplication of records is avoided with the generation of composite records from the contributing databases.
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