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MALAYSIAN AGRIS DATABASE

Malaysian AGRIS is a database that contains bibliographic records of agricultural science and technology, including forestry, animal husbandry, fisheries, food science and environmental science; covering the geography, history, education, information development, economics, sociology, engineering and other related fields. The materials indexed in this database consists of journal articles, books, book chapters, monographs and conference papers published in Malaysia.

Beginning in April 1979, Perpustakaan Sultan Abdul Samad, UPM has been appointed as the National Center of AGRIS and responsible for collecting and documenting material in the field of agricultural science and technology in Malaysia and becomes a data provider to the FAO AGRIS database.

http://agris.upm.edu.my:8080/oai/request?verb=Identify

http://agris.upm.edu.my:8080/oai/request?verb=ListRecords&metadataPrefix=oai_dc


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Recent Submissions
Title - Citation - Author(s) Type
Status kualiti air sungai, tasik dan empangan utama di utara Semenanjung Malaysia sebagai warisan alam semula jadi
Ekosistem lembangan saliran di Malaysia: bencana dan pengurusannya, p. 191-217
Book Section
Pemendapan di muara sungai Merchang: kesan kepada sosioekonomi dan alam sekitar
Ekosistem lembangan saliran di Malaysia: bencana dan pengurusannya, p. 176-190
Book Section
Ancaman perubahan iklim terhadap masalah degradasi sungai di Sungai Petani
Ekosistem lembangan saliran di Malaysia: bencana dan pengurusannya, p. 153-175
Book Section
Pemetaan status kualiti air lembagan Sungai Perlis
Ekosistem lembangan saliran di Malaysia: bencana dan pengurusannya, p. 139-152
Book Section
Pengintegrasian Sistem Maklumat Geografi (GIS) dan remote sensing dalam penganggaran kadar hakisan tanah bagi daerah Tuaran, Sabah
Ekosistem lembangan saliran di Malaysia: bencana dan pengurusannya, p. 119-138
Book Section

 

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