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Press Release 13-118
Interplay of Ecology, Infectious Disease, Wildlife and Human Health Featured at Annual Conference

Scientists discuss spillover of infectious diseases among wildlife, domestic animals and people; find links between environment and human health

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A gray catbird caught in a research mistnet

Birds and West Nile virus, a connection? A gray catbird caught in a research mistnet may tell.

Credit: Marm Kilpatrick


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Scientist Marm Kilpatrick taking a blood sample from a downy woodpecker

Scientist Marm Kilpatrick taking a blood sample from a downy woodpecker.

Credit: UCSC


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A nymphal blacklegged tick on leaf litter

A nymphal blacklegged tick on leaf litter in Tennessee.

Credit: Graham Hickling


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Biologist Jean Tsao readies a research tick garden

Biologist Jean Tsao readies a research "tick garden" for close-up looks at ticks.

Credit: Graham Hickling


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Colonies of elkhorn coral under water

Colonies of elkhorn coral are susceptible to infection by a human bacterial pathogen.

Credit: James Porter


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Researcher study Caribbean coral reefs

Researchers study Caribbean coral reefs for clues to white pox disease.

Credit: James Porter


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