From go to woe

Would a rabies incursion spread in northern Australia?

Michael P. Ward, Victoria Brookes, Chris Degeling, Vanessa Gabriele-Rivet, Emily Hudson

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Abstract

Northern Australia faces an increasing risk of a canine rabies incursion due to the eastwards spread of rabies across the Indonesian archipelago. Remote Indigenous communities in northern Australia are situated within complex ecosystems containing large populations of free-roaming domestic dogs,surrounded by widely dispersed wild dog populations. Managing the response to a rabies incursion within this ecosystem presents enormous challenges.
Original languageEnglish
Pages37-37
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019
Event2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium - Crowne Plaza Hotel, Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 12 Jun 201913 Jun 2019
https://www.biosym.com.au/program/

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Conference2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium
Abbreviated titleBiosecurity
CountryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period12/06/1913/06/19
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Ward, M. P., Brookes, V., Degeling, C., Gabriele-Rivet, V., & Hudson, E. (2019). From go to woe: Would a rabies incursion spread in northern Australia?. 37-37. Abstract from 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium, Gold Coast, Australia.
Ward, Michael P. ; Brookes, Victoria ; Degeling, Chris ; Gabriele-Rivet, Vanessa ; Hudson, Emily. / From go to woe : Would a rabies incursion spread in northern Australia?. Abstract from 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium, Gold Coast, Australia.1 p.
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Ward, MP, Brookes, V, Degeling, C, Gabriele-Rivet, V & Hudson, E 2019, 'From go to woe: Would a rabies incursion spread in northern Australia?' 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium, Gold Coast, Australia, 12/06/19 - 13/06/19, pp. 37-37.

From go to woe : Would a rabies incursion spread in northern Australia? / Ward, Michael P.; Brookes, Victoria; Degeling, Chris; Gabriele-Rivet, Vanessa; Hudson, Emily.

2019. 37-37 Abstract from 2019 Australian Biosecurity Symposium, Gold Coast, Australia.

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