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The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface Issues for Disease Control, Conservation, Sustainable Food Production and Emerging Diseases

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Edited By: E Paul, J Gibbs and Bob H Bokma
369 pages, Figs, tabs
The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface
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  • The Domestic Animal/Wildlife Interface ISBN: 9780801878275 Paperback Dec 2003 Out of Print #142211
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This volume addresses the problems of disease in both wildlife and domestic animals and the transmission of disease between the two populations. It examines the ways in which we can conserve and manage animals in both sectors for optimal health and production, while preserving ecological communities.

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Out of Print
Edited By: E Paul, J Gibbs and Bob H Bokma
369 pages, Figs, tabs
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