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New paper in Trends in Parasitology discusses how acoustic monitoring can be used to assess presence and overlap of host or reservoir species, disease vectors and human activity.
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Hi all, I'm new to WildLabs. I work at University College London, and myself and a couple of colleagues are currently developing a WWF-UK best-practice...
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