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Facilitating early detection and rapid response: An alert system to combat emerging herpetofaunal diseasesAuthor(s): Matthew J. Gray; Matthew C. Allender; Katherine H. Haman; Reid N. Harris; Deanna H. Olson
Source: The Wildlife Professional. 12(5):33-35.
Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionEmerging infectious diseases represent a substantial threat to wildlife biodiversity in the 21st century. Not only is their prevalence increasing, their geographic range also is expanding and the number of host species they affect is rising.
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CitationGray, Matthew J.; Allender, Matthew C.; Haman, Katherine H.; Harris, Reid N.; Olson, Deanna H. 2018. Facilitating early detection and rapid response: An alert system to combat emerging herpetofaunal diseases. The Wildlife Professional. 12(5):33-35.
Keywordsemerging infectious pathogens, disease alert system, surveillance, biosecurity
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