History of wildlife/livestock interface,
Ecology of disease,
Wild and domestic populations
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Diseases at the Wildlife - Livestock Interface: Research and Perspectives in a Changing World presents a novel, comprehensive, integrative, and multidisciplinary approach to the understanding of the emergence of diseases at the wildlife-livestock-human interface. Addresses the wildlife-livestock interface in a "One Health" context. Provides a historical foundation and new technical innovations from which the study of wildlife-livestock interactions can be advanced. Analyzes regional situations around the world, addressing the wide diversity of contexts and characteristics of the wildlife-livestock interfaces. 424 p.
Series: Wildlife Research Monographs, Volume 3