Cambridge Scientific Abstracts (CSA) includes reference databases from the fields of agriculture and forestry, environmental sciences, medicine, linguistics, technology, social sciences and philosophy. These user rights apply to the following database collections: Complete Collection, Arts & Humanities Collection, Natural Sciences Collection, Social Sciences Collection ja Technology Collection.
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