The use of geographical data systems (including remote sensing) and spatial analysis publicly health is currently widespread. Its importance and potential for the observance of animal diseases have ne’er been larger with the recent outbreaks of animal disease and animal disease.
GIS and Spatial Analysis in Veterinary Science is that the initial book to review however such practices may be applied to veterinary science. Topics lined embody the appliance of GIS to infectious disease response, to companion animal medicine, and to the management of liver diseases.
It additionally covers the parallels with human health and spatial statistics within the medical specialty sciences.
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