The proxy server is a computer on campus that will re-route your requests for licensed resources after authenticating you as a Berkeley student, faculty or staff member. You must configure your web browser in order to use it.
The Science Libraries offer drop-in workshops, particularly towards the beginning of each semester. Topics include Data Management, GIS, Citation Management, Productivity Tools, Data Visualization, and more.
For workshops on software, data analysis, and programming languages such as R and Python, watch theBIDS and D-Lab calendars.
Datasheets cover: taxonomy; growth stages; biology and ecology; genetics/main cultivars; key pests/non-infectious disorders; uses; propagation; cultivation; harvesting; postharvest treatment; nutritional value; production and trade; phytosanitary issues and food safety. Also included are thousands of images, a multilingual glossary, and datasheets on horticultural pests.
Note: our license is limited to one simultaneous user.
Compiles and presents scientific information on all aspects of global crop protection by integrating text, images, maps, and databases in an encyclopedic portal.
CPC contains thousands of datasheets on crop pests, diseases, weeds, invasive plants, and natural enemies. CPC also includes a glossary, full text of relevant articles and reports, and abstracts of many additional articles, conference papers, and reports.