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This paper investigates the impacts of avian flu on global and Asian tourism using panel data procedures. Both static and dynamic fixed effects panel data models are adopted to estimate the impacts of this infectious disease. The empirical results from static and dynamic fixed effects panel data...

Author(s)
Kuo HsiaoI; Chang ChiaLin; Huang BingWen; Chen ChiChung; McAleer, M.
Publisher
IP Publishing Limited, London, UK
Citation
Tourism Economics, 2009, 15, 3, pp 501-511
Abstract

Recently, infectious diseases of wildlife occurred in conjunction with anthropogenic activities become critical problem and are considered associated with relation between humans and wildlife. Humans feed wildlife for various purposes such as just fun, tourist attractions, and conservation,...

Author(s)
Fukui, D.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Gifu, Japan
Citation
Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 2013, 18, 2, pp 41-48
Abstract

Background: Highly pathogenic avian influenza A (HPAI) H5N1 viruses have infected poultry and wild birds on three continents with more than 600 reported human cases (59% mortality) since 2003. Wild aquatic birds are the natural reservoir for avian influenza A viruses, and migratory birds have been...

Author(s)
Reed, C.; Bruden, D.; Byrd, K. K.; Veguilla, V.; Bruce, M.; Hurlburt, D.; Wang, D.; Holiday, C.; Hancock, K.; Ortiz, J. R.; Klejka, J.; Katz, J. M.; Uyeki, T. M.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Influenza and other Respiratory Viruses, 2014, 8, 5, pp 516-523
Abstract

In this article the authors discusses the current status regarding the adoption of a One Health approach (the linking of animal and human health together with the ecosystems in which we live) by high profile experts, officials and institutions around the globe focusing on its initial...

Author(s)
Okello, A. L.; Gibbs, E. P. J.; Vandersmissen, A.; Welburn, S. C.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2011, 169, 11, pp 281-285
Abstract

Avian influenza or "bird flu" is causing increasing concern across the world as experts prepare for the possible occurrence of the next human influenza pandemic. Only influenza A has ever been shown to have the capacity to cause pandemics. Currently A/H5N1, a highly pathogenic avian influenza...

Author(s)
Sellwood, C.; Asgari-Jirhandeh, N.; Salimee, S.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Postgraduate Medical Journal, 2007, 83, 981, pp 445-450
Abstract

This article discusses the likelihood of a pandemic of avian influenza, which so far has affected 258 people in Europe, Africa and Asia, of whom 153 died, and has caused the death of 200 million birds in these 3 continents. Indonesia has been most affected by the H5N1 virus, with 74 people infected ...

Author(s)
Rivera García, O.
Publisher
Veterinaria Organizacion S.L., Malaga, Spain
Citation
REDVET, 2006, 7, 12, pp 120617

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