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Bente Lab Jul 9
Must read for everyone interested in and preventing zoonotic
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One Health Institute Aug 13
New research published in shows risk of from animals to people is higher along supply chains of wildlife destined for human consumption in Viet Nam. Interested in reading the paper? Available here:
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WDA - Wildlife Disease Assocation Feb 4
Why are we catching more diseases from animals? explains with this article
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WAMC Roundtable Mar 26
. spoke with this morning about his book : Animal Infections And The Next Human Pandemic:
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Nat Moss Sep 2
OP-ED: How We Can Use the CITES Wildlife Trade Agreement to Help Prevent
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carrie maslen Apr 20
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Joachim Claudet Jun 15
can support from A meta-analysis in Fish and Fisheries shows how multiple-use can be used for management.
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Ramanan Raghavendran May 11
Moving my annual "best of what I read" books list to a more digestible "book of the month" post. April's is by . Plus three bonus catch up book for the first three months of the year😀.
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Jodi Solomon Apr 18
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Kevin J Olival Nov 10
Vivid, terrifying, + personal view of chimpanzee-human conflict in . Not mentioned: these growing interactions also facilitate pathogen - affecting human and chimp health. But then again, ⁦⁩ knows all about that!
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Bozeman Disease Ecology Lab Aug 23
On Wed. Aug 26th @ 6 PM MST explore the story behind the origin of pandemics with science writer and our fearless leader ! You can connect to the WebEx community forum via this link: .
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Aidan O'Sullivan Mar 24
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Tommaso Ragno Mar 8
Spillover di David Quammen - grande libro
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Environmental + Sustainability Consultants May 4
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Chris Fisher Apr 5
'Zoonotics reflect the convergence of two forms of crisis that are infecting our planet: ecological & medical.' Read for wonderful insight into this very topical subject.
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Anderson Brito Apr 22
A super illustrative video explaining zoonotic : how viruses can jump from wild and domestic animals, and thrive infecting humans and establishing transmission chains leading to epidemics.
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John Horning Apr 14
My late night reading these days is "Half Earth"--which seems ever more urgent in light of the need to reduce virus risk as happened with . In ‘Half Earth,’ E.O. Wilson Calls for a Grand Retreat
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Caroline Verfuerth Feb 26
Great to see the special issue on methodological, theoretical and applied advances in behavioural out now as an e-book: 15 contributions of the latest spillover research available as open access.
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Brian Wasik Feb 6
In light of , RSTB has made this issue open access. 'Dynamic and integrative approaches to understanding pathogen spillover' Edited by , others. We contributed a chapter here:
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Cary Institute Sep 24
TONIGHT at 7pm EDT, join Cary's Rick Ostfeld and Bard College's Felicia Keesing to learn about the importance of in preventing disease . This virtual science conversation is free and open to all. To receive Zoom login info:
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