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Climate Change and Wildlife Health: Direct and Indirect Effects

Addresses geographic range and distribution of wildlife diseases, plant and animal phenology, wildlife host-pathogen interactions, and disease patterns in wildlife.

by Hofmeister, Erik K.; Rogall, Gail Moede; Wesenberg, Katherine E.; Abbott, Rachel C.; Work, Thierry M.; Schuler, Krysten L.; and Sleeman, Jonathan M.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2010-3017
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Biogeography, Climate change, Ecology, Phenology, Zoonotic diseases
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