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The AGRIS initiative was set up by the FAO in the 70s and created a worldwide coooperation for sharing access to agricultural science and technology information. Based on available technologies, AGRIS was initially collecting bibliographic references for a central database. However, since the advent of the Internet in the late 90s AGRIS has become the brand name for a network of centres, which are promoting the exchange of agricultural science and technology information through the use of common standards and methodologies. The AGRIS open archives and bibliographical databases cover the many aspects of agriculture, including forestry, animal husbandry, aquatic sciences and fisheries, and human nutrition, extension literature from over 100 participating countries. Material includes unique grey literature such as unpublished scientific and technical reports, theses, conference papers, government publications, and more. ... [Information of the supplier]
We are a group of scientists and researchers that have been working on the Flora & Ecology of Syria for the last two decades. Our individual experiences are notable in several national and regional projects as well as national universities. The availability of regional organizations gives us the opportunity to know more about the natural resources in the country as well as the challenges that the Flora of Syria is facing. Our Vision is to introduce ourselves (FSOL) as a leading Syrian group, compile the plant biodiversity of our home country in an easy to use format, and act as a volunteer to promote public awareness on all levels and sectors of the society. We shared our vision with participants from local communities, students and NGOs in the field of protection & sustainable use of plant biodiversity. Our Mission is to launch activities in research, data collection, information exchange and documentation of Syria's flora. ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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