Research, Discussion Papers & Presentations
biodiversity, and ecocide: Dudley, J.P. & M.H. Woodford.
(2002a) Potential effects of biological weapons on biological
BioScience 52(7): 583-592.
bioterrorism, and biodiversity: potential impacts of biological weapons
attacks on agriculture and biological diversity. Dudley, J.P. &
M.H. Woodford. (2002b) Rev. Sci. Tech. Office International
Epizooties 21(1). 125-137. April 2002.
of war and civil strife on wildlife and wildlife habitats. Dudley,
J.P., J.R. Ginsberg, A.J. Plumptre, J.A. Hart, & L.C. Campos.
(2002c) Conservation Biology 16(2): 319-329.
successful control and eradication of Foot and Mouth Disease epidemics
in South America in 2001. P. Sutmoller, & R. Casas Olascoaga,
for the Temporary Committee on Foot-andMouth Disease of the European
Meeting 2 September 2002, Strasbourg. Presented by Dr Paul Sutmoller.
and eradication of foot-and-mouth disease: Paul Sutmoller (Animal
Consultant, former chief of Laboratories of the Panamerican Foot and
Disease Center PAHO/WHO), Simon S. Barteling (Consultant Veterinary
former Head Department FMD Vaccine Development, and Production
and former Head Community Co-ordinating Institute), Raul Casas
(Direct Advisor of the Minister of Livestock, Agriculture and
Uruguay, former Director of the Panamerican Foot and Mouth Disease
PAHO/WHO), Keith J. Sumption (Lecturer in International Animal Health,
Centre for Tropical Veterinary Medicine, University of Edinburgh),
Research 91 (2003) 101-144.
vs. vaccination: challenging a dogma in veterinary (FMD) science:
Hugh Jones: Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, Director,
WHO Collaborating Center for Remote Sensing and Geographic Information
Systems for Public Health
J. Gibbs: Professor of Virology, College of Veterinary
University of Florida - Formerly at the Institute for Animal Health
& Mouth Disease: The UK Lessons: Online Slide
- Dr. Martin Hugh-Jones for the 2002 Ontario Veterinary Medical
and Mouth Disease: The
2001 Epidemic in the UK: Online Slide
- Dr. Paul Gibbs for the North American Veterinary Conference
in British Deer: The following slides summarise the clinical
seen in each species and assess the potential role of deer in the
of FMD during an epidemic in the UK
and discussion papers related to biodefense issues, preparedness,
response, mitigation and policy can be submitted
contributions to the Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Center
Education Resource Directory are for informational and
purposes only. All rights reserved. No part of these materials,
text or image may be used for any purpose other than personal use.
reproduction, modification, storage in a retrieval system or
in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, or otherwise, for
reasons other than personal use, is strictly prohibited without prior
permission of the author.