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Conservation medicine : ecological health in practice
edited by A. Alonso Aguirre ... [et al.].
D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (8th floor) RA566 .C667 2002 (Browse Shelf) Available
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks RA566 .C667 2002 (Browse Shelf) Available
Other Authors
  • ISBN: 0195150937 (cloth : alk. paper)
  • OCLC Number: 47705894
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

12. Animal Behavior as a Tool in Conservation Biology / J. Michael Reed -- III. Ecological Health and Humans -- 13. Global Ecological Change and Human Health / Jonathan A. Patz and Nathan D. Wolfe -- 14. Biodiversity and Human Health / Eric Chivian and Sara Sullivan -- 15. Vector-Borne Infections and Health Related to Landscape Changes / David H. Molyneux -- 16. Ecological Context of Lyme Disease: Biodiversity, Habitat Fragmentation, and Risk of Infection / Richard S. Ostfeld, Felicia Keesing, Eric M. Schauber and Kenneth A. Schmidt -- 17. Zoonotic Infections and Conservation / Thaddeus K. Graczyk --18. Chronic Effects of Toxic Microalgae on Finfish, Shellfish, and Human Health / JoAnn M. Burkholder -- IV. Implementing Conservation Medicine -- 19. Ecological Health and Wildlife Disease Management in National Parks / Colin M. Gillin, Gary M. Tabor and A. Alonso Aguirre -- 20. Wildlife Health, Ecosystems, and Rural Livelihoods in Botswana / Michael D. Kock, Gary R. Mullins and Jeremy S. Perkins -- 21. Zoological Parks in Endangered Species Recovery and Conservation / Anthony Allchurch -- 22. The Mountain Gorilla and Conservation Medicine / Michael Cranfield, Lynne Gaffikin, Jonathan Sleeman and Matthew Rooney --23. Linking Human and Ecosystem Health on the Amazon Frontier / Tamsyn P. Murray, James J. Kay, David Waltner-Toews and Ernesto F. Raez-Luna -- 24. Deer Tick-Transmitted Zoonoses in the Eastern United States / Sam R. Telford III -- V. Conservation Medicine and Challenges for the Future -- 25. Biodiversity in Biomedical Research / Joshua P. Rosenthal and Trent Preszler -- 26. Introducing Ecosystem Health into Undergraduate Medical Education / David J. Rapport, John Howard, Robert Lannigan, Robert McMurtry, Douglas L. Jones, Christopher M. Anjema and John R. Bend -- 27. Ecotourism: Unforeseen Effects on Health / Mary E. Wilson --28. Global Ecological Integrity, Global Change, and Public Health / Colin L. Soskolne and Roberto Bertollini -- 29. Wildlife Health and Environmental Security: New Challenges and Opportunities / Jamie K. Reaser, Edward J. Gentz and Edward E. Clark, Jr.7. Monitoring the Health and Conservation of Marine Mammals, Sea Turtles, and Their Ecosystems / A. Alonso Aguirre, Todd M. O'Hara, Terry R. Spraker and David A. Jessup -- 8. Disease Monitoring for the Conservation of Terrestrial Animals / Linda Munson and William B. Karesh -- 9. Emergence of Infectious Diseases in Marine Mammals / Carol House, A. Alonso Aguirre and James A. House -- 10. Viruses as Evolutionary Tools to Monitor Population Dynamics / Mary Poss, Roman Biek and Allen Rodrigo -- 11. Assessing Stress and Population Genetics Through Noninvasive Means / Samuel K. Wasser, Kathleen E. Hunt and Christine M. Clarke --I. Ecological Health and Change -- 1. Introduction / James G. Else and Mark A. Pokras -- 2. Defining Conservation Medicine / Gary M. Tabor -- 3. Conservation Medicine: The Birth of Another Crisis Discipline / Richard S. Ostfeld, Gary K. Meffe and Mary C. Pearl -- 4. Biodiversity, Climate Change, and Emerging Infectious Diseases / Paul R. Epstein -- 5. Emerging Infectious Diseases: A Key Role for Conservation Medicine / Peter Daszak and Andrew A. Cunningham -- 6. Effects of Endocrine Disruptors on Human and Wildlife Health / Theo Colborn -- II. Monitoring Ecological Health --