The Library currently has trial access to the database Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide: this is the world’s largest index to literature on wild mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians.
The trial ends on 8th April 2016.
This database is a trusted and unique resource.
Subjects covered include:
Diseases; Economics; Ecotourism; Habitat types; Hunting; Individual species; Management techniques; Taxonomy; Wildlife behaviour; Zoology.
The database indexes 936 journals – see the full list of indexed titles.
Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide is comprised of records from Wildlife Review Abstracts (formerly Wildlife Review), which was a print publication produced by the U.S. National Biological Service until 1996. Additionally, content is continually being incorporated into the database, which is updated on a weekly basis.
The database doesn’t include full-text, but the ‘Check WebBridge’ button enables quick linking to full-text articles the Library subscribes to, or alternatively links through to our ArticleRequest service.
Access is available via our A-Z list of online resources:
- Login to the University Portal
- Select the Resources tab
- Select the A-Z list of online resources
- Select W, then Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide
If you have any feedback on Wildlife & Ecology Studies Worldwide, please send to Clare Allan, firstname.lastname@example.org