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Emerging infectious diseases (EID) present significant threats to the conservation of global biodiversity (Daszak et al. 2000). Evaluating impacts (spatial, temporal and demographic) of EIDs on sensitive and declining wildlife populations is challenging because quantitative information is usually dependent on estimates rather than counts (Wobeser 2007) and mortality rates are seldom quantified with conventional monitoring (Naugle et al. 2005).
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Datta, Shubham; Jenks, Jonathan A.; Knudsen, David; Jensen, Kent; Inselman, Will M.; Swanson, Christopher C.; and Grovenburg, Troy W., "West Nile Virus and Ferruginous Hawks (Buteo Regalis) in the Northern Great Plains" (2015). Natural Resource Management Faculty Publications. 73.
This work is from The Prairie Naturalist 47:38-40.