Arbovirologist and professor, UC Berkeley School of Public Health :
By: Reeves, William C. (William Carlisle), - Hardy, James L. - Hughes, Sally Smith. - Milby, Marilyn M. - Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
Contributed by: University of California Libraries (archive.org)
Subjects: Arbovirus infections California Encephalitis Epidemiologists Epidemiology Interviews Oral histories School of Public Health University of California, Berkeley
Blackleg of canola in Alberta : investigations on biology, epidemiology and management /
By: Kharbanda, Prem D. - Alberta Environmental Centre.
Publication info: Vegreville, AB :Alberta Environmental Centre,1993.
Contributed by: University of Alberta Libraries (archive.org)
Subjects: Alberta canola Epidemiology Plant diseases
Dr. H. Timbrell Bulstrode's report to the Local Government Board upon alleged oyster-home enteric fever and other illness following the mayoral banquets at Winchester and Southampton, and upon enteric fever occurring simultaneously elsewhere and also ascribed to oysters.
By: Bulstrode, H. Timbrell. - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Publication info: London : Printed by Darling for H.M.S.O., 1903.
Contributed by: London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Library & Archives Service (archive.org)
Subjects: Electronic books Epidemiology Oysters Southampton (England) Typhoid fever Winchester (England)
Historical notes on the causes of bee diseases /
By: Phillips, Everett Franklin, - White, G. F. (Gershom Franklin),
Publication info: Washington, D.C. :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology,1912.
Contributed by: U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Library
Subjects: Bees Diseases Epidemiology
Reports and papers on suspected cases of human plague in East Suffolk and on an epizootic of plague in rodents.
By: Great Britain. Local Government Board. - Royal College of Physicians of London.
Publication info: London :HMSO,1911.
Contributed by: Royal College of Physicians, London (archive.org)
Subjects: Communicable Disease Control Electronic books England Epidemiology Plague Rodents Suffolk
Tularemia in sheep and in sheep industry workers in western United States /
By: Jellison, William L. (William Livingston), - Kohls, Glen Milton, - United States. Public Health Service.
Publication info: Washington :U.S. Govt. Print. Off.,1955
Contributed by: NIH Library (archive.org)
Subjects: Diseases Epidemiology Online book Rocky Mountain spotted fever Sheep Sheep Diseases Tick Infestations Tularemia United States Veterinary Science and Zoology