Useful publications 4
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CTA. 1994. Useful publications 4. Spore 52. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Useful publications Cocoinfo International is the twice-yearly publication of the Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC). APCC is concerned with the promotion of the coconut industry and considers lack of information to be the main constraint to...
Useful publications Cocoinfo International is the twice-yearly publication of the Asian and Pacific Coconut Community (APCC). APCC is concerned with the promotion of the coconut industry and considers lack of information to be the main constraint to the industry's development. APCC felt that there was a need for a non-technical journal which is more suited to the average reader, but which could still provide the industry with a medium to promote its goods and services. Cocoinfo International, Asian and Pacific Coconut Community 3rd Floor Wisma Bakri Jl. H R Rasuna Said Kuningan Jakarta 12920, INDONESIA Ag Lit Alert is a new publication produced by the South Pacific Commission which is intended to provide agriculturalists with information on new publications that have been written about agriculture and forestry in the region. Ag Lit Alert Agricultural Library South Pacific Commission Private Mail Bag, Suva, FIJI Pepperpot is a newsletter from the CTA Regional Branch Office at the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute (CARDI) which aims to provide a varied coverage of agricultural information, but with a wholly Caribbean flavor. Pepperpot, CARDI University Campus, St Augustine TRINIDAD Wl Oilseed Press is a publication which promotes small-scale oilseed processing in Africa and is published three times a year by the Regional OILS Project of AT International. Oilseed Press Editor AT International 1828 L Street N W Washington D C 20036, USA Journal of Information Networking The computer is a window on a world of resources. Computers are no longer the tools of computer scientists only; increasingly they are seen as an enabling technology with the potential to integrate and transform information provision, communication and learning. The Journal hopes to foster discussion on a wide range of topics including the needs and behavior of the network user; the role of networks in teaching, learning, research and scholarly communication; the implication of networks for library and information services, and policies for funding and charging for network and information services, to mention just a few. Journal of Information Networking Taylor Graham Publishing 500 Chesham House 150 Regent Street London W1R 5FA, UK