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by Professor E. Paul J. Gibbs,Professor Bob H. Bokma


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The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface : Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food . This volume contains the proceedings from a 2001 meeting of the Society for Tropical Veterinary Medicine and the Wildlife Diseases Association.

The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface : Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases. by Phyllis S. Weikart. The papers are in three sections on disease in wildlife and domestic livestock and its relationship to conservation and sustainability; approaches to diseas.

Such multi-host diseases can have devastating economic impacts on domestic animal producers and can present significant challenges to wildlife populations, particularly for populations of conservation concern

Such multi-host diseases can have devastating economic impacts on domestic animal producers and can present significant challenges to wildlife populations, particularly for populations of conservation concern. Few mathematical models exist that capture the complexities of these multi-host pathogens, yet the development of such models would allow us to estimate and compare the potential effectiveness of management actions for mitigating or suppressing disease in wildlife and/or livestock host populations.

During the last century, the conservation of wildlife and the need to increase the production of animal agriculture, particularly in developing countries, have been in conflict at times, yet both have clear financial, biological, social, and even spiritual value for society. This volume addresses the problems of disease in both wildlife and domestic animals and the transmission of disease between the two populations. It examines ways in which we can conserve and manage animals in both sectors for optimal health and production, while preserving ecological communities. Diseases as diverse as tuberculosis, foot and mouth, and rinderpest are discussed. Global disease surveillance, the transmission of diseases between animals and people, and human dependence on healthy livestock and wildlife are also emphasized.

Table of Contents:Part I. The Importance of Disease in Wildlife and Domestic Livestock and the Relationship to Issues of Conservation and SustainabilityPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: VirusesPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: BacteriaPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. A. Diagnostics: ProtozoaPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: VirusesPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: BacteriaPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: ProtozoaPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. B. Vaccines, Immunology, and Genomics: ArthropodsPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: VirusesPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: BacteriaPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: ProtozoaPart II. Approaches to Disease Control. C. Epidemiology, Surveillance, and Disease Management: Arthropod VectorsPart III. General

The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface: Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production, and Emerging Diseases (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0801878275

ISBN: 0801878276

Author: Professor E. Paul J. Gibbs,Professor Bob H. Bokma

Category: Medical Books

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Language: English

Publisher: New York Academy of Sciences; New ed. edition (May 1, 2003)

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