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  • Emerging Zoonotic and Wildlife Pathogens: Disease Ecology, Epidemiology, and Conservation

Emerging Zoonotic and Wildlife Pathogens: Disease Ecology, Epidemiology, and Conservation

  • 45.00€

Tags: Wildlife populations, Communicable diseases, Human-animal interface and emerging zoonoses, Etiology of infectious diseases, Pandemic control, One health aspects.


Emerging Zoonotic and Wildlife Pathogens covers emerging infectious diseases in wildlife, such as Tasmanian devil facial tumour disease, white nose syndrome, mange, and musk ox lungworm. Despite a recent explosion of courses on the topic, and a viral pandemic that has affected the entire world, this is the first textbook to focus on pathogen spillover ecology at the human—wildlife interface. 368 p.

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Authors expertises affiliations

  • Dan Salkeld. Ecologist and epidemiologist; his current research focuses on conservation and emerging infectious diseases. Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (USA).
  • Skylar Hopkins. PhD in Biological Sciences; Assistant Professor, with a research specialization in mathematical and statistical models. North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC (USA).
  • David Hayman. Professor, with a research specialization in disease ecology, conservation, and public health. Massey University, Palmerston North (New Zealand).

     
  • Publication date (digital version): 2024-03 - Oxford University Press.

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