- Monitoring wildlife health and diseases
- Monitoring wild animals for pathogens affecting their health and population
- Study ecological factors affecting pathogens transmitted by wild animals
- Study the zoonotic pathogens transmitted by wild animals
- Establish multidisciplinary networks and enhance collaboration among different wildlife health working groups
- Anja Globig (Germany)
- Yoshiro Sakoda (Japan)
- Siamak Zohari (Sweden)
- Aidyn Kydrymanov (Kazakhstan)
- Teufik Goletic (Bosnia & Herzegovina)
- Alexander Shestopalov (Russia)
- Denys Muzyka (Ukraine)
Wildlife Health Monitoring scientific papers
published by the members of the working group:
- Circulation of avian paramyxoviruses in wild birds of Kazakhstan in 2002-2013
- Evidence for genetic variation of Eurasian avian influenza viruses of subtype H15: the first report of an H15N7 virus
- Complete Genome Sequence of Avian Paramyxovirus Strain APMV-6/red-crested pochard/Balkhash/5842/2013 from Kazakhstan
- Wild Bird Surveillance for Avian Paramyxoviruses in the Azov-Black Sea Regions of Ukraine (2006-2011) ....
- Avian influenza virus wild bird surveillance in the Azov and Black Sea regions of Ukraine (2010-2011)
- Investigating avian influenza infection hotspots in old-world shorebirds
- Ecology of influenza virus in wild bird populations in Central Asia
- Molecular genetic analysis of influenza A/H3N2 virus strains isolated in Western Siberia in the 2010-2011 ....
- Understanding the ecological drivers of avian influenza virus infection in wildfowl: a continental-scale study across Africa
- West Nile Virus Monitoring in migrating and resident Waterbirds in Iran: Are Common Coots ....
- Analysis of influenza A viruses of subtype H1 from wild birds, turkeys and pigs in Germany reveals interspecies transmission events
- Avian Influenza Virus Monitoring in Wintering Water Birds in Iran, 2003-2007
- Sentinel birds in wild-bird resting sites as potential indicators for West Nile virus infections in Germany
- Possible sources and spreading routes of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1 infections in poultry and wild birds in Central Europe in 2007 inferred through likelihood analyses
- Ducks as Sentinels for Avian Influenza in Wild Birds
- Dynamics of specific antibody responses induced in mallards after infection by or immunization with low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses.
- Surveillance and identification of influenza A viruses in wild aquatic birds in the Crimea, Ukraine (2006-2008)
- Influenza virus infections in migrating waterfowl: results of a two year study in Germany
- Highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1 in mute swans in Central Bosnia
- Influenza Virus Infection of Marine Mammals
- Spatiotemporal analysis of the genetic diversity of seal influenza A(H10N7) virus, Northwestern Europe
- Avian influenza A(H10N7) virus involvement in mass mortality of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) in Sweden, March through October 2014
- Detection of specific antibodies to morbilliviruses, Brucella and Toxoplasma in the Black Sea dolphin and the beluga whale .....
- Mass die-Off of Caspian seals caused by canine distemper virus
For more information about this working group and membership, please Contact the Co-ordinator