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Lebanon Spatial is a data atlas launched by the Food Security Program at the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI). This mapping project seeks to make data on development and food security more available, user-friendly, and intuitive for users. Lebanon Spatial supports the dissemination of information and data on food security, for easier use by the general public, policymakers, and researchers. News of the launch may be found here.
Reference books such as encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks and biographies help you find factual and background information about your topic.
It is advisable to look at more than one source of information to get the most information and to have a more balanced view of the topic.
Agriculture & Food Security from 2012 to present published by BioMed Central
Agronomy for Sustainable Development from 2007 to present published by Springer
Food & Energy Security from 2012 to present published by Wiley
Food Policy from 1975 to present published by Elsevier
Food Security from 2009 to present published by Springer
Global Food Security from 2012 to present published by Elsevier
Digitized texts of classic out-of-copyright books (items published before 1923, cutoff date in US copyright law).
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