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GIS and Spatial Analysis in Veterinary Science

Edited By: P Durr and A Gatrell
300 pages, Col photos
Publisher: CABI Publishing
GIS and Spatial Analysis in Veterinary Science
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  • GIS and Spatial Analysis in Veterinary Science ISBN: 9780851996349 Hardback Oct 2004 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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About this book

Topics covered include the application of GIS to epidemic disease response, to companion animal epidemiology and to the management of wildlife diseases.

Contents

The tools of spatial epidemiology: GIS, spatial analysis, and remote sensing; Spatial epidemiology and animal disease: introduction and overview; Geographical information science and spatial analysis in human health: parallels and issues for animal health research; Spatial statistics in the biomedical sciences: future directions; Geographical Information Science and spatial analysis in animal health; The use of GIS in veterinary parasitology; The use of GIS in modelling the spatial and temporal spread of animal diseases; The use of GIS in companion animal epidemiology; The use of GIS in epidemic disease response; The use of GIS in the management of wildlife diseases; Resources guide: software, data and GISVET-web

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Edited By: P Durr and A Gatrell
300 pages, Col photos
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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