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Today, viruses can spread around the world quickly and if they meet up with the right environmental conditions cause damage to people’s health and the economy. Zoonoses, diseases which can transfer from animals to humans, are on the rise. This volume contains articles from a symposium that consolidates the latest findings on climate change and the impact of climatic factors on infections made by experts studying climate research, biology and infectology.The impact of climatic changes on evolution and biodiversity are also discussed. The significance of climate change on the occurrence of infectious diseases is acknowledged even when a concrete impact has so far been difficult to document. The monitoring of vector and reservoir populations and the corresponding pathogens are of increasing importance; in doing so a long-term approach to the investigations has to be827 made in order to record dynamics over longer periods of time.

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Publikationsdatum 08.11.2010
Untertitel International Conference
Titel Climate Change and Infectious Diseases
Bindungsform Paperback
Höhe 240
Breite 170
Gewicht 301
Illustrationstext 12 schw.-w. Tab., 3 schw.-w. u. 17 farb. Fotos, 2 schw.-w. Zeichn.
Seitenanzahl 119
Autor(en) Friedrich, Bärbel
Hacker, Jörg
Hasnain, Seyed E.
Mettenleiter, Thomas C.
Schell, Jens
Kategorie Hardcover, Softcover / Biologie/Mikrobiologie
Mikrobiologie (nicht-medizinisch)
111
381
Climate Change and Infectious Diseases
Greifswald (2009)
Infektionskrankheit
Klimaänderung
Kongress
Sprache eng
Verlagsname Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
Beschreibung Today, viruses can spread around the world quickly and if they meet up with the right environmental conditions cause damage to people’s health and the economy. Zoonoses, diseases which can transfer from animals to humans, are on the rise. This volume contains articles from a symposium that consolidates the latest findings on climate change and the impact of climatic factors on infections made by experts studying climate research, biology and infectology.The impact of climatic changes on evolution and biodiversity are also discussed. The significance of climate change on the occurrence of infectious diseases is acknowledged even when a concrete impact has so far been difficult to document. The monitoring of vector and reservoir populations and the corresponding pathogens are of increasing importance; in doing so a long-term approach to the investigations has to be827 made in order to record dynamics over longer periods of time.
Bestellnummer 1153360
17807314
Veröffentlichungsdatum 22.11.2010
Zuletzt geändert am 08.10.2016

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