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Wildlife Health Cornell E-Newsletter (2017-present)
Intended to be practical and thought-provoking, the Wildlife Health Cornell e-newsletter was initiated in summer 2017.
Wildlife Health Cornell represents an unprecedented approach to the health challenges wild animals face here in the northeast U.S. and around the world. With an emphasis on the types of interdisciplinary collaboration often required to foster real progress along the science to policy and action continuum, Wildlife Health Cornell has grown out of a palpable sense of genuine urgency regarding the fate of our planet's wildlife, and an increasing understanding of our own dependence on the planet's natural systems.
More information about Wildlife Health Cornell can be found at https://www2.vet.cornell.edu/wildlifehealthcornell.
(Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine., 2018-09)Contents of this issue include: Addressing wildlife health in a rapidly changing world: Doing more with less sustainable management of livestock and wildlife, Canine distemper virus as a threat to tiger conservation in ...
(Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine., 2018-06)Contents of this issue include: Addressing wildlife health in a rapidly changing world: Wildlife watchers: How CVM research and surveillance protects nature in New York state; Sustaining Africa's great migrations; Podcast ...
(Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2018-03)Contents of this issue include: Addressing wildlife health in a rapidly changing world: Wildlife Health Cornell; Disease threat to critically endangered Amur leopard; CVM Five-Year Strategic Plan; An inside look at ...
(Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-10)Contents of this issue include: Cattle Conservation and Collaboration (Steven A. Osofsky); Bald Eagles Face New Threats (Angela A. Morrison, Jim Levulis, Kevin Hynes); Healthy Oceans (David Stainer, Amelia Greiner Safi); ...
(Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-08)Contents of this issue include: Addressing Wildlife Health in a Rapidly Changing World (Steven A. Osofsky); Sustainable Moose (Krysten Schuler); The Urgency of Planetary Health; Conservation CSI: Long Island, Cornell ...