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MCCIP ARC Science Review 2010-11 Human Health: Marine vibrios

  title={MCCIP ARC Science Review 2010-11 Human Health: Marine vibrios},
  author={Achel and ANGDALE and RAIG and Aker and . A. and Ustin},
  • Achel, ANGDALE, +3 authors Ustin
  • Published 2010
  • It is estimated that mean air temperature increase of as little as 1 °C in the UK could result in 4.5% increase in foodborne disease in the UK (DOH/HPA, 2008). By 2050 an additional 179,000 annual cases of food poisoning in England and Wales as a result of climate change have been predicted (Bentham and Langford, 1995). Most reports on the impact of climate change on foodborne illness have focused on the potential increase in cases caused by established pathogens like Salmonella and… CONTINUE READING

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