Wildlife Diseases: Landscape Epidemiology, Spatial Distribution And Utilization of Remote - Hardcover
Featuring contributions from a wide array of American specialists working in the fields of wildlife biology, veterinary medicine, pathology, genetics, microbiology and geography, this resource text offers an up-to-date treatment of the various parasites, diseases and other factors that cause or may cause morbidity and mortality in wildlife. Thirty-two papers address emerging infectious diseases; diseases afflicting amphibians, fish and birds, and mammals; pollutants' effects; disease diagnosis and analysis; and spatial distribution of wildlife diseases using remote sensing and geographic information systems. For wildlife biologists, public health officials, veterinarians, undergraduate and graduate students, sportsmen, and others concerned with wildlife management. Illustrated in b&w. Annotation ©2005 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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