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A case for Planetary Health/Geohealth. GeoHealth [Internet]. 2017;1 (2) :75-78.
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A meta-analysis of bees' responses to anthropogenic disturbance. Ecology [Internet]. 2009;90 (8) :2068-76.
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A meta-analysis of the differences in environmental impacts between organic and conventional farming. British Food Journal [Internet]. 2009;111 (10) :1098-1119.
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A Meta-analysis Suggesting that the Relationship Between Biodiversity and Risk of Zoonotic Pathogen Transmission is Idiosyncratic. Ecology Letters [Internet]. 2013.
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A review of studies on animal reservoirs of the SARS coronavirus. Virus Res. [Internet]. 2008;133 :74-87.
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A Rosetta Stone for Nature's Benefits to People. PLOS Biology [Internet]. 2015.
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A worldwide survey of neonicotinoids in honey . Science [Internet]. 2017;358 (6359) :109-111.
Authors: Mitchell EAD, Mulhauser B, Mulot M, Mutabazi A, Glauser G, Aebi A.
Addressing challenges to human health in the Anthropocene epoch"an overview of the findings of the Rockefeller/Lancet Commission on Planetary Health . International Health [Internet]. 2017;9 (5) :269"“271.
Author: Haines A.
An ecosystem services framework to support both practical conservation and economic development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Internet]. 2008;105 :9457-9464.
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An Integrated Approach to Understanding the Linkages between Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being. Ecosystem Health and Sustainability. 2015;1 (5) :1-12.
Authors: Yang W, Dietz T, Kramer DB, Ouyang Z, Liu J.
Assessing Ecosystem Health Trends. Ecology & Evolution [Internet]. 1998;13 :397-402.
Authors: Rapport DJ, Costanza R, McMichael AJ.
Assessing ecosystem impacts on health: A tool review. Ecosystem Services [Internet]. 2016;17 :237-254.
Authors: Oosterbroek B, Kraker JD, Huynen, M MTE, Martens P.
Assessing key vulnerabilities and the risk from climate change. In: Parry, M L, Canziani, O F, Palutikof, J P, Van der Linden, P J, Hanson, C E Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press ; 2007.
Authors: Schneider SH, Semenov S, Patwardhan A.
Avian Influenza and the Environment: An Ecohealth Perspective. UNEP Report; 2006.
Author: Rapport DJ.
Biodiversity and disease: a synthesis of ecological perspectives on Lyme disease transmission. Trends in Ecology & Evolution [Internet]. 2013;28 :239-247
Authors: Wood CL, Lafferty KD.
Biodiversity buffers pollination from changes in environmental conditions. Global Change Biology [Internet]. 2013;19 :540-547.
Biodiversity loss and the new global disease ecology. Bioscience [Internet]. 2009;59 :945-54.
Authors: Pongsiri MJ, Roman J, Ezenwa VO, Goldberg TL, Koren HS, Newbold SC, Ostfeld RS, Pattanayak SK, Salkeld DJ.
Biodiversity, Endemism, Sense of Place, and Public Health: Inter-relationships for Australian Inland Aquatic Systems. Ecosystem Health [Internet]. 2002;7 :253-265.
Authors: Horwitz P, Lindsay M, O'Connor M.
Biological control agents elevate hantavirus by subsidizing deer mouse populations. Ecology Letters [Internet]. 2006;9 :443-450.
Authors: Pearson DE, Callaway RM.
Biomass burning, humans and climate change in Southeast Asia. Biodiversity Conservation [Internet]. 2010;19 :1025-1042.
Author: Taylor D.
Bushmeat and Food Security in the Congo Basin: Linkages Between Wildlife and People's Future. Environmental Conservation [Internet]. 2003;30 (1) :71-78.
Authors: Fa JE, Currie D, Meeuwig J.
Bushmeat hunting, deforestation, and prediction of zoonotic disease emergence. Emerging Infectious Diseases [Internet]. 2005;11 :1822-27.
Authors: Wolfe ND, Daszak P, Kilpatrick MA, Burke, D S.
Bushmeat hunting, wildlife declines, and fish supply in West Africa. Science [Internet]. 2004;306 :1180-83.
Authors: Brashares JS, Arcese P, Sam MK, Coppolillo PB, Are S, Balmford A.
Changing pattern of schistosomiasis in Egypt 1935-79. Lancet [Internet]. 1979;2 :242-244.
Author: Abdelwahab, M F.
Climate and infectious disease: use of remote sensing for detection of Vibrio cholerae by indirect measurement. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A [Internet]. 2000;97 :1438-43.
Authors: Lobitz B, Beck L, Huq A, Wood B, Fuchs G, Faruque AS, Colwell R.
Climate and Vectorborne Diseases. American Journal of Preventive Medicine [Internet]. 2008;35 :436-450.
Authors: Gage KL, Burkot TR, Eisen RJ, Hayes EB.
Climate Change and Human Health . New England Journal of Medicine [Internet]. 2005;353 :1433-1436.
Authors: Epstein PR.
Climate Change and Infectious Diseases: From Evidence to a Predictive Framework. Science [Internet]. 2013;341 :514-519.
Authors: Altizer S, Ostfeld RS, Johnson PTJ, Kutz S, Harvell CD.
Climate change and the distribution and intensity of infectious diseases. Ecology [Internet]. 2009;90 :903-905.
Author: Ostfeld RS.
Climate change impacts on marine biodiversity, fisheries and society in the Arabian Gulf. PLoS ONE. [Internet]. 2018. 13(5)
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Comparative quantification of health risks: global and regional burden of disease attribution to selected major risk factors. Vol. 1. Geneva: World Health Organization ; 2004.
Authors: Ezzati M, Lopez AD, Rodgers A, Murray, Christopher JL.
Dealing with extreme environmental degradation: stress and marginalization of Sahel dwellers. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology [Internet]. 1999;34 :376-382.
Authors: Van Haaften EH, Van de Vijver FJR.
Dung beetles and fecal helminth transmission: patterns, mechanisms and questions. Parasitology [Internet]. 2013;141 (5) :614-623.
Authors: Nichols E, Gomez A.
Economic value of tropical forest to coffee production. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A [Internet]. 2004;101 :12579-12582.
Authors: Ricketts T, Daily, G C, Ehrlich, P R, Michener, C D.
Effects of environmental change on emerging parasitic diseases. International Journal for Parasitology [Internet]. 2000;30 :1395-1405.
Authors: Patz JA, Graczyk TK, Geller N, Vittor AY.
Effects of organic and inorganic fertilisers on mosquito populations in rice fields of southern India. Medical and Veterinary Entomology [Internet]. 2000;14 :361-368.
Authors: Victor TJ, Reuben R.
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