Evaluating the utility of companion animal tick surveillance practices for monitoring spread and occurrence of human Lyme disease in West Virginia, 2014-2016
| Contributor(s):: Brian Hendricks, Miguella Mark-Carew, Jamison Conley
Domestic dogs and cats are potentially effective sentinel populations for monitoring occurrence and spread of Lyme disease. Few studies have evaluated the public health utility of sentinel programmes using geo-analytic approaches. Confirmed Lyme disease cases diagnosed by physicians and ticks...
Embodied Wildlife Histories and the Urban Landscape
| Contributor(s):: Biehler, Dawn