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Ecological Dynamics of Tick-Borne Zoonoses

Edited By: Daniel S Sonenshine and Thomas N Mather

447 pages, 5 b/w photos, 41 illus, tabs

Oxford University Press USA

Hardback | Dec 1994 | #41396 | ISBN: 0195073134
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Examines the ecological parameters affecting the conservation and regulation of tick-borne zoonoses as well as the geographic and seasonal distributions of those infections.

"Tick-borne zoonotic diseases are characterized by an intricate set of ecological relationships between pathogen, tick vector, vertebrate hosts, and humans, which largely determines the prevalence, as well as spatial and temporal dynamics of the diseases. This book makes it abundantly clear that effective diagnosis, treatment and prevention require an understanding of the ecological dynamics of tick-borne diseases." -- Ecology

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