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CABI full text

CABI full text

"Automatically available with subscriptions to CABI products!"

CABI's full text repository of over 350,000* documents is continuing to grow, and is integrated into all our databases including CAB Abstracts, Global Health, our Internet Resources and Abstract Journals. If you have a subscription to a CABI product, you receive instant access to all correlating full text material, automatically!

*Figures as of August 2016

List of the full text material from journals by subject area (updated August 2016) (pdf)

List of the full text material from journals (updated August 2016) (excel)

List of the full text material for conferences (updated August 2016) (pdf)

List of the full text material for conferences (updated August 2016) (excel)

CABI's full text repository is growing rapidly and has now been integrated into all our databases including CAB Abstracts, Global Health, our Internet Resources and Abstract Journals. There are currently over 350,000* full text articles available to access. These documents, made possible by agreement with third party publishers, have been specially digitised by us. Nearly 70%* of the content is not reliably available as electronically open access anywhere else. 

Full Text facts
  • - Full text for over 350,000* records
  • - 62% journal articles, 38% conference papers and other grey literature
  • - 77% of the articles are in English
  • - Spans over 700 journals from 81 countries

*Figures as of August 2016

Working with CAB Abstracts and Global Health

Our full text content coverage works perfectly with CAB Abstracts and Global Health, providing hard to find material from across, agriculture, health and the life sciences:

Benefits of full text
  • - Preserves and archives material that is hard to find, and that previously have been lost to the scientific community

  • - Allows these documents to be found easily by searching the CAB Abstracts database

  • - Saves the user the time (and expense) of trying to locate documents that are difficult to find

  • - Meets user expectations to find the full text of material they see indexed in CAB Abstracts

  • - Places valuable, hard-to-find documents alongside the main-stream literature, ensuring that researchers have access to all relevant documents, not just those that are readily available

  • - Ensures that knowledge and information presented at conferences and in reports is disseminated throughout the scientific community

  • - Ensures researchers have access to the very latest research - For example many important papers are available in the form of conference proceedings months before a completed research paper is published. This puts conference proceedings at the forefront of research.

  • - Contains the full volume set including archives of a growing number of journals

  • - While we do cover some material that may be currently free to view on the internet, inclusion in CABI's full text ensures that there will never be lost articles or broken links

International Focus

The international focus of our full text content means that your users have access to a wide cross-section of global research. All areas of the world are represented including developing countries.


Percentage of full text journal titles by geographical area*:

Europe 36%
Indian sub-continent 20%
Central and South America 13%
Asia 11%
Middle East 9%
Africa 5%
North America 4%
Australasia 1%
Russia <1%
 
*percentages as of January 2014

For more information on CABI Full Text please contact sales@cabi.org

What kind of full text content is included?

 

In order for scientists to get the complete picture in their research, they need access to as much information as possible. Our full text content includes digital access to an abundance of hard-to-find, yet still important materials:

Journal articles / Conference proceedings / Reports / Research articles from smaller, society and non-English publishers / Content not readily available electronically any other way

Coverage

 

CABI Full Text provides access to over 330,000 hard-to-find full text materials such as journal articles, conference proceedings, and reports. The subject coverage is the same as in CAB Abstracts and Global Health, including:

  • - Agricultural engineering
  • - Applied economics and sociology
  • - Animal production
  • - Animal health
  • - Animal nutrition
  • - Aquaculture
  • - Biofuels
  • - Biosafety and Bioterrorism
  • - Biotechnology 
    - Breeding
  • - Pesticides and fertilizers
  • - Climate change
  • - Crop production, pests and diseases
  • - Crop science and grasslands
  • - Genetics and breeding
  • - Ecotourism
  • - Entomology
  • - Environmental science
  • - Food science and technology
  • - Legislation
    - Forestry
  • - Genetics
  • - Molecular genetics
  • - Helminthology
  • - Horticultural science
  • - Human nutrition
    - Invasive species
  • - Leisure and tourism
  • - Medicinal plants and pharmacology
  • - Microbiology
    - Mycology
  • - Natural resources, land/water management
  • - Nematology
  • - Organic and sustainable agriculture
  • - Soil fertility management
  • - Parasitology
  • - Plant pathology
  • - Plant protection
  • - Quarantine control equipment
  • - Postharvest
  • - Protozoology
  • - Soil science
  • - Veterinary medicine
  • - Virology
  • - Waste managementMedical microbiology
  • - Physiology
  • - Pharmacology
  • - Food science
  • - Community health
  • - Social medicine and behaviour
  • - Rural health
  • - Refugee and migrant health
  • - Geriatric health
  • - Maternal and child health
  • - Women’s health
  • - Sexual and reproductive health
  • - Implementation and practice
  • - Disseminating health messages
  • - Community health programmes
  • - Disease prevention
  • - Public Health Emergencies
  • - Bioterrorism
  • - Epidemiology
  • - Biostatistics
  • - Environmental health
  • - Food safety and hygiene
  • - Sanitation and water supply
  • - Occupational health
  • - Public health nutrition
  • - Clinical nutrition
  • - Nutritional physiology and biochemistry
  • - Bacterial and viral diseases
    - Medical entomology
  • - Fungal and parasitic diseases
    - Zoonotic disease and veterinary public health
  • - Nosocomial diseases
  • - Tropical medicine
    - Traditional medicine
  • - Travel medicine
  • - Tropical public health
  • - International health
  • - Diagnosis and therapy of disease
  • - Nutritional therapy and phytotherapy
  • - Health economics
  • - Health policy and planning
  • - Health services
  • - Chronic diseases
    - Traditional medicine including medicinal plants
  • - Evidence-based medicine
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