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024a urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-3730552 urn
024a https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92798-5_32 DOI
040 a (SwePub)uu
041 a engb eng
042 9 SwePub
072 7a ref2 swepub-contenttype
072 7a kap2 swepub-publicationtype
100a Bett, Bernard4 aut
2451 0a Climate Change and Infectious Livestock Diseases :b The Case of Rift Valley Fever and Tick-Borne Diseases
264 1a Cham :b Springer,c 2019
338 a electronic2 rdacarrier
506 a gratis
506 a gratis
520 a Climate change influences the occurrence and transmission of a wide range of livestock diseases through multiple pathways. Diseases caused by pathogens that spent part of their life cycle outside the host (e.g. in vectors or the environment) are more sensitive in this regard, compared to those caused by obligate pathogens. In this chapter, we use two well-studied vector-borne diseases—Rift Valley fever (RVF) and tick-borne diseases (TBDs)—as case studies to describe direct pathways through which climate change influences infectious disease-risk in East and southern Africa. The first case study demonstrates that changes in the distribution and frequency of above-normal precipitation increases the frequency of RVF epidemics. The second case study suggests that an increase in temperature would cause shifts in the spatial distribution of TBDs, with cooler and wetter areas expected to experience heightened risk with climate change. These diseases already cause severe losses in agricultural productivity, food security and socio-economic development wherever they occur, and an increase in their incidence or geographical coverage would intensify these losses. We further illustrate some of the control measures that can be used to manage these diseases and recommend that more research should be done to better understand the impacts of climate change on livestock diseases as well as on the effectiveness of the available intervention measures.
650 7a AGRICULTURAL SCIENCESx Veterinary Sciencex Other Veterinary Science0 (SwePub)403042 hsv//eng
650 7a LANTBRUKSVETENSKAPERx Veterinärmedicinx Annan veterinärmedicin0 (SwePub)403042 hsv//swe
650 7a LANTBRUKSVETENSKAPERx Veterinärmedicin0 (SwePub)4032 hsv//swe
650 7a AGRICULTURAL SCIENCESx Veterinary Science0 (SwePub)4032 hsv//eng
653 a Climate change
653 a Livestock
653 a Rift Valley fever
653 a Tick-borne disease
653 a Vector control
653 a Vaccination
700a Lindahl, Johannau Uppsala universitet,Institutionen för medicinsk biokemi och mikrobiologi,International Livestock Research Institute, Nairobi, Kenya; Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden4 aut0 (Swepub:uu)johli964
700a Delia, Grace4 aut
710a Uppsala universitetb Institutionen för medicinsk biokemi och mikrobiologi4 org
773t The Climate-Smart Agriculture Papersd Cham : Springerg , s. 29-37q <29-37z 9783319927978z 9783319927985
856u https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-92798-5_3
856u http://uu.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:1277526/FULLTEXT01.pdf
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