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About eResearch Archive
eResearch Archive is a public digital archive of scientific and research output (publications and datasets) by staff of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry in Queensland, Australia.
Contributions have been submitted from many of our business areas including:
Where permission has been granted (or subscriptions permit), users will be able to link directly to full-text content or download a copy free of charge.
Where relevant, datasets link to related scientific and research publications authored by DAFF staff within the eResearch Archive. The published datasets will also be harvested by the Australian National Data Service and OAIster. Datasets with restricted access will only be viewable by departmental staff, while unrestricted datasets can be downloaded by all users. (See the Government Information Licensing Framework (GILF) Guidelines or visit the GILF website for information on the licences related to the datasets.)
Browse by Subject is the easiest way to see the full scope of the content deposited within the eResearch Archive. It is also useful if you are unsure what documents you are looking for as you can browse via a subject listing.
The Browse by Subject option takes you to a hyperlinked subject listing that includes tallies of the number of items deposited within each subject area.
Browse by Year organises the archive by year of publication. The number of items are indicated in parenthesis beside each year.
eResearch Archive offers two levels of searching, basic and advanced.
Basic Search is just that, quick and simple to use.
Advanced Search offers 15 searchable fields to tailor your search. These are not mandatory fields and you can select as many or as little as required.
If you are unsure what a field description is or what kind of data you need to insert, click on for an explanation.
It is not always possible to provide full text access to items. Publishers must grant permission for PDF’s to be included in the archive. In some cases, these permissions include embargo periods which restrict access to more recent content while allowing older content to be included.
You may be entitled to link through to full text content if your own institution or Library has subscriber access to the publisher site. If this is the case, the article DOI link will take you directly to the archived item.
If you cannot access the full text, some publishers offer credit card purchase of individual articles on their websites or you might like to request a copy via your local library or institution library.
For further information on the eResearch Archive contact Library & Research Services, Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation.
For further infomation on Datasets, contact