Effects of Climate Changes on the Spread of Pathogens: Risk to Biodiversity

Effects of Climate Changes on the Spread of Pathogens: Risk to Biodiversity

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Elvira Tarsitano

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Volume 2 - October 2013 (10)

Abstract

The succession of great emergencies, with the consequent inevitable interventions in the public veterinary health field, has led our country in this last twenty year period, to pay significant attention to the emergencies bound with the diffusion of pathogenic agents correlated with climate changes and environmental interactions.

Keywords

Climatic Changes, Biodiversity, Biological Cycles, Urban Ecosystem

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