The Australian Biological Resources Study provides online delivery of taxonomic and biological information on species known to occur in Australia. This site provides links to a range of ABRS databases containing information on Algae, Bryophytes, Fauna, Flora, Fungi, Lichen, Protists, and more.
The Animal Health and Production Compendium focuses on all aspects of animal health and production, including diseases, nutrition, husbandry and breeding. The database offers: Full expert datasheets - livestock and poultry breeds, diseases, pathogens, foodborne contaminants and food animal products; Latest scientific findings - through over 135,000 bibliographic records updated weekly; In depth information - through over 13,000 Library and Full Text journal and conference articles.
BioOne is a global, not-for-profit collaboration bringing together scientific societies, publishers, and libraries to provide access to critical, peer-reviewed research in the biological, ecological, and environmental sciences.
CAB eBooks provides a unique opportunity to access CABI’s prestigious titles in an easy-to-use format. Books are indexed and retrievable as chapters, ensuring that a search of available titles will render the most relevant results. CABI publish ebooks in Agriculture, Animal and veterinary sciences, Environmental sciences, Human health food and nutrition, Leisure and tourism, and Plant sciences.
CABI's full text repository is continuing to grow. These documents, made possible by agreement with third party publishers, have been specially digitised by CABI. Approximately 60% of the full text items are journal articles, and 40% are conference papers and other grey literature. The international focus of this full text content means that you have access to a wide cross-section of global research. All areas of the world are represented including developing countries.
National voice for the veterinary profession dedicated to serving and representing the veterinarians of Canada. The Association is committed to excellence within the profession and to the well-being of animals. Promotes public awareness of the contribution of animals and veterinarians to society.
Wild Animals of Victoria contain descriptions, photographs, identification aids and distribution data for virtually all species of mammals, birds, reptiles and frogs that live in the wild in this state. The database has the names, classification and conservation status of 780 mammal, bird, reptile and frog species, with a plain English description, and most are represented by one or more colour photographs. Users can also plot the distribution, as a series of grids, on any one of a range of maps of Victoria.
The Invasive Species Compendium is fully and freely accessible, designed to support the work of everyone faced with the identification, economic assessment and management of invasive species around the world. The database contains Datasheets on invasive species, animal diseases, countries, habitats and pathways; and a Bibliographic database of over 75,000 records and selected full text documents. The ISC is updated weekly.
Just-a-minute Victorian Animals has been developed to provide access to encyclopaedic information about Victorian animals in conjunction with detailed distribution data on a range of maps. The database contains the names, classification and conservation status of 780 mammal, bird, reptile and frog species recorded for Victoria. Each species has a plain English description and most are represented by one or more colour photographs. Users can plot distribution, as a series of fine grids, on any one of a range of maps of Victoria.
Provides access to a library of ornithological literature of international scope, and detailed material documenting the history of ornithology in North America over the last 120 years. SORA users can both browse and search through journal titles, and individual articles can be downloaded as PDF files.
UFAW is an internationally recognised, independent, scientific and educational animal welfare charity concerned with improving knowledge and understanding of animals' needs in order to promote high standards of welfare for farm, companion, laboratory, captive wild animals and those with which we interact in the wild.
The Victorian Fauna Database is a fully-functional geographically-registered, relational databases of distribution and descriptive data on Victorian animals. Data have been gathered from ecological surveys and collecting trips carried out by a wide range of groups, both government and private, amateur and professional over, more than 100 years. The relational database consists of six main components: Species list; Species description; Species photographs; Survey or collections sites: Species in sites; Maps.