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Risk mapping for avian influenza: a social-ecological problem
Guest Editorial
Risk Mapping for Avian Influenza: a Social–Ecological Problem
Graeme S. Cumming
Research
Wild Bird Movements and Avian Influenza Risk Mapping in Southern Africa
Graeme S. Cumming, Philip A. R. Hockey, Leo W. Bruinzeel, and Morne A. Du Plessis
Risk Mapping of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Distribution and Spread
A. Townsend Peterson and Richard A. J. Williams
Will Wallace’s Line Save Australia from Avian Influenza?
Hamish I. McCallum, David A. Roshier, John P. Tracey, Leo Joseph, and Robert Heinsohn
Avian Influenza H5N1 and the Wild Bird Trade in Hanoi, Vietnam
F. Brooks-Moizer, Scott I Roberton, Kelly Edmunds, and Diana Bell
From Risk Assessment to Knowledge Mapping: Science, Precaution, and Participation in Disease Ecology
Andy C. Stirling and Ian Scoones
Estimating Dynamic Risk Factors for Pathogen Transmission Using Community-Level Bird Census Data at the Wildlife/Domestic Interface
Alexandre Caron, Michel de Garine-Wichatitsky, Nicolas Gaidet, Ngoni Chiweshe, and Graeme S Cumming
Environmental Factors Influencing the Spread of the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 Virus in wild birds in Europe
Yali Si, Tiejun Wang, Andrew K. Skidmore, Willem F. de Boer, Lin Li, and Herbert H.T. Prins
Insight
Public Health and Epidemiological Considerations For Avian Influenza Risk Mapping and Risk Assessment
Joseph P. Dudley
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