Fisheries & Aquaculture Branch Library
The Fisheries Library
The Fisheries Branch Library (FBL) was established in 1967 to provide specialized library and information services to FAO staff and to disseminate FAO information to fisheries and aquaculture organizations in Member Countries. Its collection includes over 1,600 periodical titles and more than 20,000 reports on developing and tropical fisheries and aquaculture.
The most recent and frequently used publications are physically located in the Fisheries & Aquaculture Branch Library. The older collection is integrated in the David Lubin Memorial Library of FAO, whose total collection is approaching a million volumes. Access to this large, multidisciplinary and historic collection is of benefit to our information users. For those who may be interested, information about the origins, resources and services of this historical UN Library are available at General information - David Lubin Memorial Library.
NEW@FBL - April 2013 issue
New articles; Mendeley; Usage of e-journals; Most frequently cited journals; BioOne trial
NEW@FBL - March 2013 issue
Books from the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries; IAMSLIC Conference 2015; Predatory Publishers; Pêcheurs du monde; Cancelled journals[more…]
NEW@FBL - February 2013 issue
New articles by FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Departmental staff in external journals; Citation analysis; List of cancelled journals; Group of Experts for Marine Information Management.