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Database of IPM Resources (DIR) (fwd)
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 1997 09:27:06 -0700
From: Waheed Ibrahim Bajwa <email@example.com>
Subject: Database of IPM Resources (DIR)
Kindly includes the _Database of IPM Resources (DIR)_ in your list of
the IPM-Related Internet Resources.
Our address is:
The description for DIR:
"Quickly find your way to thousands of Internet information resources on
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) with DIR, 'Database of IPM Resources'.
DIR presents these web resources in a logical, structured, and
searchable way that greatly reduces the frustration and disappointment
often encountered when using general search engines on the web. DIR
covers a wide array of crops, pests, institutions, and related topics
in a user-friendly format"
Kindly visit our other sites:
1. Compendium of IPM Definitions (CID)
"A searchable database of over 60 IPM Definitions and their Citations in
the Worldwide IPM Literature. CID includes a preamble describing brief
history, evolution and current concepts of IPM"
2. Bibliography: Sex Pheromones of Codling moth
3. Bibliographic Database: Systems Analysis and Modeling of Codling Moth
Phenology and Population Dynamics
This bibliographic database currently contains more than 175 references
(mostly journal/review articles, book chapters, conference papers, and
technical reports). The database is searchable by Author, Year,
publication (journal/book title) and Key Words. You can add a new
reference (not cited in our bibliography) to this database right from
your own desktop.
4. Bibliography: Cultural Control of Insect Pests
Bibliographic Database on Cultural Control of Insect Pests: This
database is a component of a website on Cultural Control of Pests (still
under construction). The database is searchable by Author, Year,
Publication (journal/book title) and Key Words.
Thanks in anticipation,
Waheed Ibrahim Bajwa, Ph.D.
Integrated Plant Protection,
Center,Oregon State University,
Corvallis, OR 97331.
Phone: 541 737 6272 Fax: 541 737 3080