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WELL - Resource Centre Network for Water, Sanitation and Environmental Health
This makes eco sanitation a particularly good option in ... the community. Sanitation systems are one of the key defences in breaking the faecal-oral transmission routes of many diseases. The capacity of a latrine to either ensure no further human ...
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WELL - Resource Centre Network for Water, Sanitation and Environmental Health
CONTACT WELL | WELL ACTIVITIES | LINKS | SITE MAP Sanitation aims to reduce the risks of pathogen transmission from human waste. Lots of effort therefore goes into providing people with safe and ... pit latrines or through disposal of wastewater into receiving water bodies. This means that pathogen transmission can still take place, but further 'down the drain'. A related issue concerns demands ...
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The work includes studies on interactions between macaques and humans, disease transmission, and behaviour. Professor Fuentes is considered one of the world’s macaque ... of potential pathogen transmission between macaques and humans" in the American Journal of Primatology. His current research projects include assessing behavior, ecology, and pathogen transmission in human-monkey ...
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#108 -- Threat to Wild Salmon, 19-Sep-2007 | Environmental Research Foundation
We are aware that such changes may have ... the protection of wild salmon stocks from farmed salmon is a complete physical barrier to pathogen transmission between wild and farm salmon (closed containment). We are aware that such changes may ...
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The Regional Impacts of Climate Change
VBDs remains well within the climatic limits of their vectors. The extent to which disease transmission potential shifts geographically in response to shifts in vector distribution following climate change will ... pulmonary syndrome. In a warmer and more urbanized world, rodent populations-which act as pathogen reservoirs and as hosts for the relevant arthropod vectors-will tend to increase. Thus, ...
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Inc. on this site or by its agents or employees by phone, fax or other transmission medium including any links to and from this site is for educational and entertainment purposes ... used as an antiviral or antimalarial aid to directly affect the illness or disease causing pathogen. For these reasons, it is important to read the main text on the plant and ...
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Living Technologies Ltd: Technical Background
Secondary plant functions include nutrient removal, metal sequestering, pathogen destruction and some control of gas exchanges. The main objective is to have a ... system. The walls are 10 mm polycarbonate. The roof is composed of high light transmission panels, with good thermal efficiency normally used for solar panels. Our Systems | Lake Restorers | ...
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CHAMP - Coral Reef Biology - NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program
In late 1982 an unknown pathogen killed well over 90% of D. antillarum in the Western Atlantic. An explanation that has ... ; making them extremely susceptible to disease as a result of the enormously increased rates of transmission. Likewise, it is believed that the mass removal of grazers and predators leave marine ecosystems ...
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CHAMP - Coral Disease Identification and Information - NOAA's Coral Health and Monitoring Program
Tours CHAMP ICON/CREWS Stations Coral Disease Identification and Information Literature Bibliography of Pathogen Associated Coral Disease Peer-reviewed Publications, Organized by Specific Diseases (plus Reviews) ... 5): 173-185. Jolles AE, Sullivan P, Alker AP and Harvell CD (2002). 'Disease Transmission of Aspergillosis in Sea Fans: Inferring Process from Spatial Pattern.' Ecology 83 (9): ...
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Lyme Disease and Vector-Borne Pathogen Studies
Pathogen Studies Principal Investigator: Howard Ginsberg Dr. Howard Ginsberg is studying the transmission of Lyme disease spirochetes in nature using ecological studies of ticks and their vertebrate hosts, and models of spirochete transmission ... (IPM) programs to manage disease risk. Dr. Ginsberg is using transmission models to develop strategies for efficient integration of management methods ...
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