ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT OF LYME DISEASE
Howard S. Ginsberg, editor
1993, 224 pages., 14 fig., 6 tables. First attempt to survey the natural history, ecology, population dynamics, geography and environmental management of ticks and Lyme disease. Eighteen leading researchers comment candidly on theoretical and practical advantages and difficulties with each technique of surveillance, personal protection, and tick control. Includes ideas to avoid contracting the disease. Hardcover; 6-1/4 x 9-1/4″.
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