Edited By: F Corsin, M Georgiadis, K Larry Hammel and B Hill
Efficient and reliable surveillance systems generate sound evidence for disease incidence, prevalence and distribution, or for demonstrating disease absence. Science-based decisions regarding the health of aquatic animals rely on the information generated by surveillance programs.
This practical handbook provides information for designing, implementing, and evaluating surveillance systems for diseases of relevance for aquatic animals.
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