Edited By: E Peeler and S St-Hilaire
The application of epidemiology in fish health management has somewhat lagged behind its application in terrestrial livestock in the past. In recent years, however, there has been an increased interest in the potential of the use of epidemiology to contribute to the development of disease control strategies in both farmed and wild populations of aquatic animals. This important book summarises the current state of aquatic disease epidemiology and provides fish health specialists with the theory and tools to develop disease control and research programmes on sound epidemiological principles.
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