Global Change and Human Health

, 1:10

Deforestation, hunting and the ecology of microbial emergence

Authors

  • Nathan D. Wolfe
    • Department of International HealthJohns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
  • Mpoudi Ngole Eitel
    • Yaounde Medical Hospital
  • Jim Gockowski
    • International Institute of Tropical AgricultureHumid Forest Ecoregional Centre, c /o IITA-Cameroon
  • Pia K. Muchaal
    • Department of Population Medicine, Ontario Veterinary CollegeUniversity of Guelph
  • Christian Nolte
    • International Institute of Tropical AgricultureHumid Forest Ecoregional Centre, c /o IITA-Cameroon
  • A. Tassy Prosser
    • Department of International HealthJohns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
  • Judith Ndongo Torimiro
    • Yaounde Medical Hospital
  • Stephan F. Weise
    • International Institute of Tropical AgricultureHumid Forest Ecoregional Centre, c /o IITA-Cameroon
  • Donald S. Burke
    • Department of International HealthJohns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health
Article

DOI: 10.1023/A:1011519513354

Cite this article as:
Wolfe, N.D., Eitel, M.N., Gockowski, J. et al. Global Change & Human Health (2000) 1: 10. doi:10.1023/A:1011519513354

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