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Dogs, dwellings and disease : a study of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community, Graeme Kimble Brown

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Dogs, dwellings and disease : a study of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community
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Dogs, dwellings and disease
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a study of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community
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Graeme Kimble Brown
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eng
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Thesis (Ph.D. -- University of Newcastle, 2006.
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Dogs, dwellings and disease : a study of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community, Graeme Kimble Brown
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School of Environmental and Life Sciences
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 208-234)
Contents
Introduction -- Review of the literature : the current knowledge of dog population biology and ecology, particularly in remote rural and Indigenous communities; Review of the association between Australian Aborigines and dingoes and dogs; Relationship of free-roaming dogs with the environment in remote Aboriginal communities; Ecosystem Health Link between dogs and humans in remote Aboriginal communities; Bridging ecosystem health and epidemiology -- Diseases associated with free-roaming dogs: Mange-mite infestations; Mange due to Sarcoptes scabiei; Description and life cycle; Pathogenesis; Clinical signs; Diagnosis; Canine scabies in Australian Indigenous communities; Treatment; Mange due to Demodex canis: description; pathogenesis; clinical signs; diagnosis; treatment -- Gastro-intestinal parasitic diseases: Cryptosporidosis: description and life-cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical signs; diagnosis; treatment -- Giardiasis: description and life cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical signs; diagnosis; treatment -- Bacterial gastro-intestinal infectious diseases: Salmonellosis: description and life cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical aspects; diagnosis; treatment -- Campylobacteriosis: description and life cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical aspects; diagnosis; treatmen -- Ticks and tick-borne infectious diseases in Australia with particular reference to remote Aboriginal communities: tick biology; general characteristics; ticks found on dogs in Australia; taxonomy and morphology; life cycle of Ixodid ticks; Ixodid habitat and nutrition; Vector potential; Saliva -- Tick-borne infectious diseases of dogs in Australia: tick-borne infectious agents detected in dogs in Australia; Protozoan tick-borne parasites; Rickettsial tick-borne parasites; Tick-borne infectious diseases of dogs exotic to Australia but with recognised or closely related potential tick vectors being present in Australia; Immunopathogenesis of tick-borne infectious diseases; Laboratory diagnosis of tick-borne diseases -- Application of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to the diagnosis of tick-borne infectious diseases -- Public health implications of diseases associated with free-roaming dogs in Indigenous communities: zoonotic aspects, public health aspects of Sarcoptes scabiei var canis, Cryptosporidium; Giardia; Salmonella; Campylobacter; tick-borne infectious diseases -- General materials and methods: Yuendumu (main study site): physical features, demographic characteristics, cultural characteristics; Kakadu National Park communities: natural physical features, demographic characteristics, cultural characteristics; North Western NSW Aboriginal communities: demographic characteristics, cultural characteristics; Study design; Parasitological sampling and examination techniques; Microbiological sampling, culturing and identification techniques; Sampling and examination for blood-borne parasites and infectious agents -- The population structure, distribution and dynamics of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community -- Ectoparasitic diseases of free-roaming dogs with particular reference to mange-mite infestations -- Endoparasitic diseases of free-roaming dogs -- Bacterial gastrointestinal infectious diseases of free-roaming dogs -- Tick-borne infectious diseases of free-roaming dogs -- Investigating a link between dog health and human health a remote Aboriginal community -- The survival of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community: general discussion and conclusions
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000042317860
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 234 leaves
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Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
col. ill., map
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MAR08/145
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Dogs, dwellings and disease : a study of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community, Graeme Kimble Brown
Publication
Note
School of Environmental and Life Sciences
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 208-234)
Contents
Introduction -- Review of the literature : the current knowledge of dog population biology and ecology, particularly in remote rural and Indigenous communities; Review of the association between Australian Aborigines and dingoes and dogs; Relationship of free-roaming dogs with the environment in remote Aboriginal communities; Ecosystem Health Link between dogs and humans in remote Aboriginal communities; Bridging ecosystem health and epidemiology -- Diseases associated with free-roaming dogs: Mange-mite infestations; Mange due to Sarcoptes scabiei; Description and life cycle; Pathogenesis; Clinical signs; Diagnosis; Canine scabies in Australian Indigenous communities; Treatment; Mange due to Demodex canis: description; pathogenesis; clinical signs; diagnosis; treatment -- Gastro-intestinal parasitic diseases: Cryptosporidosis: description and life-cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical signs; diagnosis; treatment -- Giardiasis: description and life cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical signs; diagnosis; treatment -- Bacterial gastro-intestinal infectious diseases: Salmonellosis: description and life cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical aspects; diagnosis; treatment -- Campylobacteriosis: description and life cycle; pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical aspects; diagnosis; treatmen -- Ticks and tick-borne infectious diseases in Australia with particular reference to remote Aboriginal communities: tick biology; general characteristics; ticks found on dogs in Australia; taxonomy and morphology; life cycle of Ixodid ticks; Ixodid habitat and nutrition; Vector potential; Saliva -- Tick-borne infectious diseases of dogs in Australia: tick-borne infectious agents detected in dogs in Australia; Protozoan tick-borne parasites; Rickettsial tick-borne parasites; Tick-borne infectious diseases of dogs exotic to Australia but with recognised or closely related potential tick vectors being present in Australia; Immunopathogenesis of tick-borne infectious diseases; Laboratory diagnosis of tick-borne diseases -- Application of the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) to the diagnosis of tick-borne infectious diseases -- Public health implications of diseases associated with free-roaming dogs in Indigenous communities: zoonotic aspects, public health aspects of Sarcoptes scabiei var canis, Cryptosporidium; Giardia; Salmonella; Campylobacter; tick-borne infectious diseases -- General materials and methods: Yuendumu (main study site): physical features, demographic characteristics, cultural characteristics; Kakadu National Park communities: natural physical features, demographic characteristics, cultural characteristics; North Western NSW Aboriginal communities: demographic characteristics, cultural characteristics; Study design; Parasitological sampling and examination techniques; Microbiological sampling, culturing and identification techniques; Sampling and examination for blood-borne parasites and infectious agents -- The population structure, distribution and dynamics of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community -- Ectoparasitic diseases of free-roaming dogs with particular reference to mange-mite infestations -- Endoparasitic diseases of free-roaming dogs -- Bacterial gastrointestinal infectious diseases of free-roaming dogs -- Tick-borne infectious diseases of free-roaming dogs -- Investigating a link between dog health and human health a remote Aboriginal community -- The survival of free-roaming dogs in a remote Aboriginal community: general discussion and conclusions
Control code
000042317860
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
xxiii, 234 leaves
Governing access note
Open access - reading. Open copying for private study (in accordance with Copyright Act 1968), closed quotation. Not for Inter-Library Loan
Other physical details
col. ill., map
Stock number
MAR08/145

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