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Emerging infectious diseases pose an increasingly serious threat to a number of endangered or sensitive species and are increasingly recognized as one of the major factors driving species extinction. Despite the significant impact of pathogens on conservation, no single book has yet integrated the theoretical principles underlying disease transmission with the practical health considerations for helping wildlife professionals and conservation biologists to manage disease outbreaks and conserve biodiversity. Infectious Disease Ecology and Conservation achieves this goal. 305 p.

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Animal Ecology
Wildlife


Authors expertises affiliations

  • Johannes Foufopoulos. Associate Professor. School for Environmental and Sustainability, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (USA).
  • Gary A. Wobeser. Professor Emeritus. Department of Veterinary Pathology, Western College of Veterinary Science, University of Saskatchevan, Saskaton, SK (Canada).
  • Hamish McCallum. Professor and Director of the Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security, Griffith University, Brisbane (Australia).

     
  • Publication date (electronic format): 2022-05.

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