AGRIS is the International System for Agricultural Science and Technology providing access to bibliographic information on agricultural science and technology.
AGRIS started in 1975 by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, to serve users from both developed and developing countries, to enable access to available knowledge in agriculture, science and technology.
Currently, AGRIS is an international collaboration and partnership of a network of data providers from more than 150 institutions in 65 countries.
As global multilingual bibliographic database for agricultural science and technology, AGRIS collects and uses agricultural bibliographic data enabling you to retrieve a wealth of research and technical information resources on agriculture worldwide.
AGRIS facilitates access to publications, journal articles, monographs, book chapters, and grey literature - including unpublished science and technical reports, theses, dissertations and conference papers.
A number of AGRIS resources come with a link to full-text (accessed through Google).
AGRIS is indexed with AGROVOC (FAO’s multilingual thesaurus published as LOD in a SKOS version) - and using it as backbone to link AGRIS records and externals resources.
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