Arctic One Health

This book PDF is perfect for those who love Medical genre, written by Morten Tryland and published by Springer which was released on 15 April 2022 with total hardcover pages 573. You could read this book directly on your devices with pdf, epub and kindle format, check detail and related Arctic One Health books below.

Arctic One Health
Author : Morten Tryland
File Size : 48,9 Mb
Publisher : Springer
Language : English
Release Date : 15 April 2022
ISBN : 303087852X
Pages : 573 pages
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Arctic One Health by Morten Tryland Book PDF Summary

This multidisciplinary book discusses the manifold challenges arctic marine and terrestrial wildlife, ecosystems and people face these times. Major health threats caused by the consequences of climate change, environmental pollution and increasing tourism in northern regions around the globe are explored. The most common infectious diseases in wild and domesticated arctic animals are reviewed and the impact they could have on circumpolar ecosystems as well as on the lives of arctic people are profoundly discussed. Moreover, the book reviews arctic hunting, herding and food conservation strategies and introduces veterinary medicine in remote indigenous communities. "Arctic One Health" is authored by experts based in arctic regions spanning from North America over Europe to Asia to cover a broad range of topics and perspectives. The book addresses researchers in Veterinary Medicine, Ecology, Microbiology and Anthropology. The book contributes towards achieving the UN Sustainable Developmental Goals, in particular SDG 15, Life on Land.

Arctic One Health

This multidisciplinary book discusses the manifold challenges arctic marine and terrestrial wildlife, ecosystems and people face these times. Major health threats caused by the consequences of climate change, environmental pollution and increasing tourism in northern regions around the globe are explored. The most common infectious diseases in wild and domesticated

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