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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Wildlife Disease and Why You Should Care - Ep. 262

  • Aired: 01/28/2009
  • 01:18:00
  • Rating: TV-G
Christine Marsh, Content Manager, NBII-Wildlife Disease Information Node. Milton Friend, USGS Emeritus Scientist, USGS National Wildlife Health Center Majority of infectious diseases start with wildlife. Learn about biological and other impacts for society associated with wildlife disease and adjustments needed if society is to dampen the global wave of infectious disease.
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Learn about biological and other impacts for society associated with wildlife disease.
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