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AQUASCI

Description:

Producer:ProQuest, LLC
Coverage:1978 to the present
File Size:More than 1.3 million records (10/2010)
Updates:Monthly
File Type:Bibliographic
Content:Marine Sciences
Language:English

The AQUASCI (Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries, ASFA) File is a bibliographic database covering topics relating to the science, technology, and management of marine and freshwater environments, and related socioeconomic aspects.

AQUASCI corresponds to the printed publications: ASFA 1: Biological Sciences and Living Resources; ASFA 2: Ocean Technology, Policy and Non-Living Resources; ASFA 3: Aquatic Pollution and Environmental Quality; ASFA Aquaculture Abstracts; and ASFA Marine Biotechnology Abstracts. Records contain bibliographic data, abstracts, and indexing information.

The database is compiled in cooperation with four United Nations agencies, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the Office for Ocean Affairs and the Law of the Sea (OALOS), the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC), and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and a network of national research centers worldwide.

The records in this file contain bibliographic information, indexing terms, and abstracts.

Producer:

ProQuest, LLC
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Phone: 800-843-7751
Phone: 301-961-6751
Fax: 301-961-6720
E-mail: help(at)cas(dot)org

Copyright Holder: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

Usage Terms

The following use and distribution restrictions apply to your use of the AQUASCI File on STN.

All copyrights are reserved. Unless specified otherwise in these RESTRICTIONS, CUSTOMER may use copyrighted search results in the following ways:

  1. in copyrighted scientific publications when search results are incidental to the publication and
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Search results delivered to CUSTOMER in computer-readable form remain the property of the Database Producer.

Unless specified otherwise in these RESTRICTIONS, Recipient may use search results in computer-readable form for the following purposes:

  1. editing or changing the format of search results to create search terms for use with search files or systems;
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  3. editing the search results to remove irrelevant answers or to change the format of such results.

Recipient shall not use computer-readable search results as a database or part of a database from which hits are selectively retrieved by programmed search, unless Recipient has purchased the right to store search results using the ARCHIVE command or keyword.
Recipient may create one printed copy of search results from a computer-readable file of search results at no additional charge.
Recipient must destroy the computer-readable search results upon creation of the printed version, unless Recipient has purchased the right to archive records with the ARCHIVE command or keyword.
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