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Linking patterns of ecological change and emerging infectious disease in the Australasian region

McFarlane, Rosemary Anne


The rise in emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) over the last 4 decades is concurrent with dramatic changes in global ecology. The two are likely to be associated, given that zoonoses, particularly those of wildlife origin, make up the majority of these disease. EIDs of animals (and invertebrates and plants) are also reported. The objective of my research is to understand how human and animal EIDs in the Australasian and neighbouring South East Asian and East Asian regions are influenced by...[Show more]

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Date published: 2014
Type: Thesis (PhD)
DOI: 10.25911/5d5146ee99535
Embargoed until: 2075-07-29
Access Rights: Restricted access


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