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Manual of Procedures for Wildlife Disease Risk Analysis

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By: Richard M Jakob-Hoff(Editor), Stuart C MacDiarmid(Editor), Caroline Lees(Editor), Philip S Miller(Editor), Dominic Travis(Editor), Richard Kock(Editor)
147 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, colour tables
Manual of Procedures for Wildlife Disease Risk Analysis
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  • Manual of Procedures for Wildlife Disease Risk Analysis ISBN: 9789290449577 Paperback Mar 2014 In stock
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Language: English

The Manual of Procedures has been co-written by 22 specialists in the fields of wildlife disease ecology, epidemiology, risk analysis, modelling, disease surveillance, diagnostics, wildlife management, research, teaching and conservation planning. These authors have pooled their knowledge and experience to make tools and processes at the cutting edge of wildlife disease risk analysis accessible to a broad global audience in an effort to ensure healthy ecosystems through better decision-making.

There is an accompanying guidelines document which can be bought separately, or together with the manual as a 2-volume set.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Richard M Jakob-Hoff(Editor), Stuart C MacDiarmid(Editor), Caroline Lees(Editor), Philip S Miller(Editor), Dominic Travis(Editor), Richard Kock(Editor)
147 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, colour tables
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