Extension: Citrus Greening Database - Contributors
H. A. Arevalo1, A. B. Fraulo1, G. Snyder2, P. A.
1Southwest Florida Research and Education Center. IFAS / University of
Florida. Immokalee, FL 2Florida Center for Library Automation. Gainesville,
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We would like to ask for your help to expand and update the Citrus Greening Database.
If you have recently published papers on a related topic, we invite you to send
us an electronic copy of the abstract and a list of keywords expanded beyond those
found in the journal. A comprehensive list of keywords will facilitate the retrieval
of your article. Since this is an open database we must adjust to copyright law,
some features might be limited to some patrons. The database will only be able to
link to reprints from non copy-righted journals (such as Florida Entomologist) or
to PDFs of articles published by federally employed scientists. We will provide
a link to the UF-library where you will have greater access to full texts, but to
enjoy this feature you must be part of WebLuis (The Library User Information Service
of the State University System of Florida).
The database has been organized using the program Endnote as a platform. Sending
the information in this format will enable us to incorporate your references into
the database more quickly.
As part of this initial phase we would like to suggest some guidelines so we can
manage this project in the most efficient way.
- Major contributors will be recognized in the database. This includes everyone who
sends a significant number of complete references not already listed.
- We are manually imputing the information for these references since most commercial
databases have strict copyright restrictions.. It would help us greatly if you would
please check your own references for errors, updates, abstracts or keywords. Also,
please let us know if mistakes were made on existing references, or you would like
to expand your reference by adding a summary or a link to the publication.
- Due to copyright restrictions, please do not send information downloaded from commercial
databases (dot com websites such as: google.com, scirus.com, isiknowledge.com…),
unless you have a letter of permission to make this information public. Most databases
and search engines include a small print warning about the use of their information.
- EndNote is the preferred system to send your references to us. The use of this system
will speed up the process of including your references into the database.