The content of this CA hub changes continuously. It is a dynamic, living inventory of what we as a user community do and know about CA. The following statistics and 'examples of type' may be useful to give you a partial idea of the scope of this website when it was launched on 1 February 2009:

Pictures: 1106 contributed by 55 Authors


Interactive Tables: 381 contributed by 16 Authors

 

Species: 67 contributed by 25 Authors

 

References: 22 loaded by 5 Authors

 

eArticles: 19 contributed by 9 Authors

 

Contacts: 6 loaded by 2 Authors


There are other kinds of resources not listed here, e.g. glossaries and many different kinds of information management toolboxes in the overall workshop available to authors of the relational wiki that drives this website.

You can also view a complete index of hub content, but be aware that this could be a very long list (currently 43 pages when printed and its going to get very much larger very quickly), and that it is a computer generated table that is intended to be comprehensive rather than user-friendly. Think of it as an index of everything that is tagged as relevant to CA grouped together to form the virtual database engine of this website. It is also an interactive table in the sense that it is an index of links to all the resources in this CA hub.

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Photo(s) by: R. Binas
Vigna umbellata. The crop has a tremendous capacity to smother weeds and generally will not allow weeds to come up.

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Photo(s) by: D. Lange
Cajanus cajan. Pigeon pea as a mulch layer/soil cover in Conservation Agriculture. On this smallholder's farm, pigeon pea is used solely as a green manure cover crop in a soil recovery process. The next crop entering is maize. The picture is taken from San Rafael, Dept. Caazapá, Paraguay.

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Photo(s) by: T.F. Shaxson
Comparison of soil porosity influenced by raindrop impact. Tierra Blanca, Costa Rica.