Conservation Medicine: Ecological Health in Practice

By A. Alonso Aguirre; Richard S. Ostfeld et al. | Go to book overview

Index
Abattoir, zoonoses, 223, 369
Acadia National Park, Maine, 257
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, 184, 187, 221, 356, 387
Acropora palmata, 393
Aedes Maculatus, 174
Africa, 46, 265, 266, 282, 283, 386
Airlines, air exchange, 363; influenza epidemics, 363; links to megacities, 369
Alaska, 365
Albatross, black footed, 65
Albert National Park (Africa), 284
Alcephalus buselaphus, 266
Alces alces, 257, 259
Alexandrium complex, 231
Algal blooms, 12, 229, 386
Amazon rain forest, 297; flood plain community, 303
Amblyomma americanum, 311
Ambystoma tigrinum, 395
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, 260
American Zoo and Aquarium Association, 97
Aminosteroids, in cancer treatment, 186
Amnesic shellfish poisoning, 232
Amphibian declines, 152, 385
Amphibian deformities, 389
Anas melleri, 280
Animal behavior, 145
Animal displacement, by human development, 361
Animal husbandry, practices, 369
Animal Welfare Act, 260
Anopheles spp, 175–177
Anthrax, 259
Anthropozoonoses, 220
Antibiotic resistance, 43, 355, 368
Antilocapra americana, 149
Aquatic ecosystems, 66, 79, 86, 104
Arboviruses, 254
Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy (AEPS), 84
Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP), 84
Asian black market (wildlife), 185
Assessment in conservation medicine, for global environmental change, 42, 167; in marine ecosystems, 82; in species at risk, 88, 130
Asthma, 356
Atlantic Seaboard, 311
Australia, 46, 232
Avian influenza, 364, 365, 367

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