Enology and Viticulture Resources
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*Academic Search Premier: This is the largest collection of indexed full-text articles available through WWCC. The collection is interdisciplinary so be ready to find lots of articles on varying topics.
AgEcon Search: AgEcon Search is a free, open access repository of full-text scholarly literature in agricultural and applied economics.
*Agricola: The US Department of Agriculture collection of publications in agricultural science and economics. Most of the things listed here are indexed rather than full-text.
AJEV Archives: Online archives for the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture. This is not a full-text resource, but please use our Interlibrary loan service to gain access to the full-text.
*ProQuest Research Library: Find scholarly research, trade publication, newspaper and magazine articles on a variety of topics. Many of the articles indexed in this database are full text.
Directory of Open Access Journals: A collection of scholarly reviewed open access journals. This is a multi-disciplinary database. Please check with your instructor to make sure they will accept open access journals.
*National Newspapers Core: Search the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times, and Washington Post all at the same time.
*Newspaper Source: Find news articles from around the world.
PLANTS Database: The PLANTS Database provides standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories.
*Washington State Newsstand: Articles from newspapers such as the Seattle Times and Tri-City Herald.
*ArticleFirst: Index of more than 13,000 journals in many topic areas. Most articles are not full-text.
*Culturegrams: Find out about cultures, major exports and customs of countries and states around the world. This source includes basic encyclopedic review of country histories.
*ABI/Inform: More than 750 business periodicals including trade and industry research.
*GREENR: Find information on environmental and natural resources
VENsource: The school of Viticulture and Enology at UC Davis keeps a collection of latest research articles at this resource.
*Vocational and Career Collection: Search here for trade related publications.
*Films on Demand: FOD Digital Education Video provides high-quality multimedia films for academic, vocational, and life-skills content.
IRIS: Research can be confusing. Sometimes you need a little help, whether it be getting started or getting past certain hurdles. The Information & Research Instruction Suite (IRIS) provides tutorial modules for each stage of the research process. IRIS is designed to help the researcher find, use, and convey information efficiently and effectively with proper citations.
ARI: Find out what research is happening related to agriculture at four California State Universities.
Australian Wine Research Institute: Since 1955, The Australian Wine Research Institute has been supporting Australian grape and wine producers with the development and adoption of innovative practices.
Northwest Berry and Grape Information Network: A place to network about grape growing in the Northwest. Make sure to check it out for recent research and updates about the production of grapes in our area.
USDA Statistics: Useful location for statistics related to agriculture in the US.
Web Soil Survey: Web Soil Survey (WSS) provides soil data and information produced by the National Cooperative Soil Survey.
WSU Viticulture and Enology Research and Extension: Experts share their knowledge about the industry, growing and recent research.
Class/Assignment Guides by Topic: Visit here for additional resources for assignments dealing with specific topics or themes.