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One World, One Heath: The Human-Livestock-Wildlife Health Interface -- powerpoint by Wildlife Conservation Society

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 One World, One Heath: The Human-Livestock-Wildlife Health Interface
Conservation through science


The Wildlife Conservation Society uses cutting-edge scientific research around the globe to support conservation:


  • behavioral ecology
  • breeding of endangered  species
  • conservation genetics
  • molecular ecology
  • landscape ecology
  • remote sensing
  • geographic information systems
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Kristine Smith, Wildlife Conservation Society
Date
08/07/2008
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English
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