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Environmental Impact ***

Environmental Impact ***

"Environmental Impact is an internet resource created in response to demand from the scientific community, policy makers and information specialists for a single comprehensive bibliographic information resource on climate change and other influences of humans on the biosphere."

Visit the Environmental Impact website.

EI

 

 

An excellent gateway to over 100 years of research on climate change and the environment.

 

Vital stats

  • over 2.1 million bibliographic records (derived from CAB Abstracts)
  • over 7,700 serials indexed plus non-serial publications including books, reports, theses and conferences
  • over 83,000 full text documents linked from the database
  • over 330 relevant CAB Reviews articles
  • over 224 CAB eBooks from our environmental science list, including 5,650 chapters (View the full list of eBooks included on Environmental Impact)
  • over 960 news articles to keep you up to date on the latest developments 

*Figures correct as of November 2017

The bibliographic database includes records from CAB Abstracts Archive dating back to 1910, and is updated weekly.

  • Full text documents available include conference papers, journal articles and bulletins, including:
  • --- Ontario Forest Research (OFRI) bulletin series: Climate Change Research Report and Climate Change Research Information Note  
  • --- All relevant publications by Bioversity International, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), International Water Management Institute (IMM), Ontario Forest Research institute and the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD)
  • --- All relevant conferences by Agronomy Society of New Zealand, European Grassland  Federation, International Lupin Association and International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)
  • Breaking news updates, news articles covering current topics and an events calendar 
  • CAB Reviews: specially commissioned, peer reviewed review articles written by specialists in their fields
  • CAB eBooks: Environmental Impact was the first of our subject-based internet resources to include content from CAB eBooks; it features the entire set of CABI’s environmental books and their chapters published since 2000 

Lecturers, researchers and students / Government scientists and policy makers / Environmental protection agencies / Climate change campaign groups / Development project workers / Donor agencies

CAB Direct (CABI's own platform)

The subject coverage of this exciting resource focuses on all aspects of the effects of climate change on the terrestrial and freshwater biosphere, mitigation strategies and other adverse influences of humans on the environment, including: 

Adaptation and mitigation strategies including:
  • Energy resources from forests/plantations and crops (fuel-wood and biofuels)
  • Creation of habitat corridors to allow migration of species affected by climate change
  • Adoption of cropping systems that sequester carbon
  • Restoration ecology of habitats damaged by man's activities
  • Bioremediation agroforestry and exploitation of non-wood
  • Forest products (as an economic alternative to logging)
  • Conservation of fauna and flora
Climate change affecting:
  • All terrestrial vegetation types, and freshwater and some aspects of coastal marine habitats (including tourism, recreation, and fisheries management)
  • Water resources (all aspects including management, sustainability, hydrology)
  • Soils (all aspects including the formation, degradation, fertility, chemistry, methane emissions, biology, residue management, tillage)
  • Crop production (direct effects and indirect effects)
  • Pests and diseases affecting crops and vegetation types
  • Agrometeorology and climatology
  • Human and animal health (e.g. spread of diseases, disease vectors, changing patterns of air pollution, thermal stresses on livestock, etc)
  • Economic aspects (policy, trade, crop seasonality affecting trade) and rural development/demography (e.g.migration and land resources)
  • Tourism (winter sports agroforestry and non-wood forest products)
Other anthropogenic effects on the biosphere including:
  • Deforestation
  • Pollution (including air pollution)
  • Habitat loss
  • Watershed stability
  • Land diversion
  • Loss of land due to urban development
  • Species losses due to human activities
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Updates to the below Serials Cited list are produced monthly. Designation of Open Access publications are currently available in the downloadable version.

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Pakistan Veterinary Journal 0253-8318