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CAB eBooks Dynamic Definitive Direct

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 and save the user valuable time. highlights ease of use • no Digital Rights Management • unlimited access to quality content • easy to use PDF files, no plug-ins needed • n ew innovative lease and purchase options allowing flexibility in the buying process • d ynamic front file supplemented by older archive material available as a one-off purchase • all chapters and titles fully indexed and integrated within CAB Abstracts • eBooks displayed as easy-to-navigate PDF files

quality of content • high quality content written by world experts • the world’s applied life science literature at your fingertips • titles available and indexed as individual chapters • u ser-friendly search facility allows searching for individual terms and browsing by subject area


Building on our reputation for publishing key works in the applied life sciences, we are pleased to present CAB eBooks

Dynamic Frontfile CAB eBooks (2008 – present) Over 170 CAB eBooks are in the frontfile (that’s over 3,000 chapters). The full front file collection is constantly updated with new titles. In addition, CAB eBooks operates alongside CAB Abstracts – CABI’s leading abstracts database – which provides the ideal tool to search the rich content. The frontfile contains books published from 2008 to present and is available under CABI’s innovative lease purchase model. This model has been developed in response to librarians feedback on the acquisition of CAB eBook content, and presents the ideal mix of content ownership and subscription-like acquisition. If you continue to lease CAB eBooks content for the three years, ownership of the second archive will be transferred to you after your three year lease. Our three year lease cycle means that you can still continue to access new material, but this new content will not be available to own outright until the next three year archive is available. Contact CABI Sales for more information: sales@cabi.org.

Archives

The 2005 – 2007 Archive

The 2000 – 2004 Archive

The 2005-07 Archive is a 3 year block of CAB eBooks, containing 158 titles – it is available to own outright after a 3 year lease of CAB eBooks content, or to buy for a one-off fee as a stand-alone product.

The 2000-04 Archive of CAB eBooks, contains 258 titles (over 4,000 individual chapters). Purchasing the older archive provides an opportunity to acquire a full set of valuable back list titles.

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how it works Easy-to-use search facility areas or browse across entire collection or by subject area

Recently published eBooks are highlighted

the CAB eBooks platform • new user-friendly design • f ully compatible with other CABI products: search eBooks and CAB Abstracts from the same platform • b rowse by chapter: access all books and any additional chapters that our subject experts have identified as relevant to your chosen subject area


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Access to entire book content or individual chapters ensures quick access to the most relevant content

Easy-to-navigate PDF format for readability and quick reference


access to CAB eBooks through CAB Direct CAB Direct subscribers can benefit from enhanced functionality CAB eBooks is fully integrated with CAB Abstracts and employs its comprehensive search tools

Search results yield abstracts for book and individual chapters, with links to the eBook record

Full abstract and link to eBook record Comprehensive indexing using defined vocabulary and CABICODES


sample titles Subject area: Agriculture

African Smallholders: Food Crops, Markets and Policy Edited by G Djurfeldt, University of Lund, Sweden, E Aryeetey, University of Ghana, Ghana and A Isinika, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania African Smallholders documents the farm-level effects of agricultural policies, focusing on a variety of themes including micro-credit, infrastructure, cash crop production and food security. To deepen our understanding of agricultural development it discusses staple food production in sub-Saharan Africa and its response to changing geo-political, macro-economic and agricultural policy. 2010 / 9781845937164 Subject area: Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Veterinary Treatment for Working Equines by G R Duncanson, Equine and Farm Animal Practitioner, UK Focusing on equines used to carry out working tasks such as pulling or carrying, this practical veterinary text details the specific treatment requirements to improve welfare of working horses, ponies, mules and donkeys. Chapters discuss diagnostic tests, equipment and medicines, anaesthesia, vaccines, nutrition, dentistry and ophthalmology, and all common conditions including those of heart, hoof and limb. 2010 / 9781845936556 Subject area: Environmental Sciences

Agrobiodiversity Management for Food Security A Critical Review Edited by J M LennÊ, Consultant in Agricultural Research and Development, UK and Editor in Chief, Field Crops Research, D Wood, formerly Agrobiodiversity International, Milnthorpe, UK Drawing together perspectives from researchers and policy makers, this book explores how forests will interact with the physical and natural world, and human society as the climate changes. Also considered is how the world’s forests can be managed to contribute to the mitigation of climate change and to maximize the full range of economic and non-market benefits. 2011 / 9781845937614 Subject area: Human Health, Food and Nutrition

Combating Micronutrient Deficiencies: Food-based Approaches co-published with the FAO

Edited by B Thompson and L Amoroso, both FAO Italy Micronutrient deficiencies have long-ranging effects on health, learning ability and productivity. This book focuses on practical, sustainable actions for overcoming micronutrient deficiencies through increased access to, and consumption of, adequate quantities and an appropriate variety of safe, good-quality food. 2010 / 9781845937140 Subject area: Leisure and Tourism

Research Themes for Tourisms Edited by P Robinson, University of Wolverhampton, UK, S Heitmann, University of Wolverhampton, UK, P U C Dieke, George Mason University, USA This textbook provides an overview of types of tourism, and common themes studied in courses to allow undergraduate students to become familiar with a wide range of tourism topics, allowing them to make an informed decision about their future studies and career. It will also be a useful text for providing a broad brush introduction to the major topics that are covered in undergraduate courses. 2011 / 9781845936846 Subject area: Plant Sciences

Peppers: Vegetable and Spice Capsicums Horticulture series

Edited by P Bosland and E Votava, New Mexico State University, USA Aimed at advanced students and growers, this second edition expands upon topics covered in the first. New material includes an expansion of marker-assisted breeding to cover the different types of markers available, new directions, and trends in the industry, the loss of germplasm and access to it, and the long term preservation of Capsicum resources worldwide. 2011 / 9781845938253


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