Investigation of the Climatic and Environmental Context of Hendra Virus Spillover Events 1994–2010

@inproceedings{McFarlane2011InvestigationOT,
  title={Investigation of the Climatic and Environmental Context of Hendra Virus Spillover Events 1994–2010},
  author={Rosemary A. McFarlane and Niels G. Becker and Hume Field},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
Hendra virus is a recently emerged bat-borne zoonotic agent with high lethality in horses and humans in Australia. This is a rare disease and the determinants of bat to horse transmission, including the factors that bring these hosts together at critical times, are poorly understood. In this cross-disciplinary study climatic and vegetation primary productivity variables are compared for the dispersed and heterogenic 1994-2010 outbreak sites. The significant occurrence of spillover events within… CONTINUE READING
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