The Arctic as a model for anticipating, preventing, and mitigating climate change impacts on host-parasite interactions.

@article{Kutz2009TheAA,
  title={The Arctic as a model for anticipating, preventing, and mitigating climate change impacts on host-parasite interactions.},
  author={Susan J. Kutz and Emily J Jenkins and Alasdair M. Veitch and Julie Ducrocq and Lydden Polley and Brett T. Elkin and St{\'e}phane Lair},
  journal={Veterinary parasitology},
  year={2009},
  volume={163 3},
  pages={217-28}
}
Climate change is influencing the structure and function of natural ecosystems around the world, including host-parasite interactions and disease emergence. Understanding the influence of climate change on infectious disease at temperate and tropical latitudes can be challenging because of numerous complicating biological, social, and political factors. Arctic and Subarctic regions may be particularly good models for unraveling the impacts of climate change on parasite ecology because they are… CONTINUE READING
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