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Edited By: G Rees, K Pond, D Kay, J Bartram and J Santo Domingo
The trade and consumption of bivalve shellfish is a global industry and is increasing. Human illness caused by infectious agents transmitted through shellfish consumption has been recognized for many years. This book addresses contaminant sources and means of transmission to bivalve shellfish and where possible, identifies options to interrupt the cycle. The efficacy of current practices is discussed with the aid of case studies written by practitioners working in the field from a number of developed and developing countries.
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