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Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases

Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases

Geographical Distribution and Control Strategies in the Euro-Asia Region

Edited by M Salman, Colorado State University, USA, J Tarrés-Call, European Food Safety Agency, Italy

December 2012 / Hardback / 320 Pages / 9781845938536 £106.99 / €139.00 / $203.95
With 10% online discount: £96.29 / €125.10 / $183.56
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Main Description

The continuing emergence and evolution of tick-borne diseases has significant implications for animal and human health, and the profitability of food animal production. These problems are enhanced by the spread of ticks to new regions, and many tick-borne diseases having zoonotic capability. This book is an expansion of the EFSA report on the subject, and details the significance of tick-borne diseases, identification of tick species, emerging tick-borne infections, factors influencing the spread and distribution of ticks and surveillance and control measures.

  • I: Introduction
  • 1: Emerging (re-emerging) tick-borne infections and dissemination of ticks
  • 2: Basic biology and geographical distribution of tick species involved in the transmission of animal pathogens, including zoonoses s
  • 3: Factors influencing the spread and distribution of ticks
  • 4: Tick-borne infections (including zoonoses) in Europe and the Mediterranean basin
  • 5: Maps of reported occurrence of tick-borne pathogens
  • 6: Maps of reported occurrence of ticks
  • 7: Surveillance and control measures
  • II: Appendix 1 - Tables of geographic distribution data for ticks and tick-borne diseases
  • III: Appendix 2 List (by ID number) of references from which geographic data were extracted (hosted on http://www.cabi.org/resources/tatbd)
  • IV: Appendix 3 List of scientific papers that could not be retrieved (hosted on http://www.cabi.org/resources/tatbd)
  • V: Appendix 4 - Keys for genera and species of ticks in the Mediterranean basin

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Salman Dr. Mo Salman is a professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences and is founder and director of the Animal Population Health Institute of College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. Dr. Salman's educational background is in veterinary medicine (BVMS), preventive veterinary medicine (MPVM), and comparative pathology (Ph.D.). He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine (ACVPM) and a Fellow of the American College of Epidemiology (ACE). His research interests focus on surveillance and survey methodologies for animal diseases with emphasis on infectious diseases. He is editor of a 2003 book entitled "Animal Disease Surveillance and Survey Systems: Methods and Applications".
Dr. Salman is the author of over 260 refereed papers in scientific journals and has participated in numerous conferences, and national and international meetings in over 29 years as a faculty member at Colorado State University. He is the Editor in Chief of Elsevier journal Preventive Veterinary Medicine. He also has served on the board of American Journal of Veterinary Research and is the section editor for the epidemiology section of Animal Health Review. He is a past president of the Conference of Research Workers on Animal Disease and serves on several national and international professional and scientific committees in the animal health sectors. He is a past chairman of the International Committee of the International Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE) and past chairman of the US Animal Health Committee on Foreign and Emerging Diseases and is engaged in research and outreach projects in more than 20 countries around the world. Many of these projects are engaged in stabilization and reconstructions of national animal health programs in countries such as Bosnia, Afghanistan, Iraq, Middle East, East Africa, Georgia, and Armenia, among others. Dr. Salman had a position on the peer review of the European Union and the International Animal Health Organization (OIE) scientific review for the geographical assessment for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy. He has served for six years on the European Food Safety Agency's Panel for Animal Health and Welfare. He is the president of the American College of Preventive Veterinary Medicine.