The Influence of Global Environmental Change on Infectious Disease Dynamics
Publisher: National Academies Press 2014
Number of pages: 445
This report examines the observed and potential influence of environmental factors, acting both individually and in synergy, on infectious disease dynamics. The report considers a range of approaches to improve global readiness and capacity for surveillance, detection, and response to emerging microbial threats to plant, animal, and human health in the face of ongoing global environmental change.
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