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Economic assessment of the 1983-84 avian influenza eradication program

Floyd Alvin Lasley

Economic assessment of the 1983-84 avian influenza eradication program

by Floyd Alvin Lasley

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, National Economics Division in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Avian influenza -- Economic aspects -- United States

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    StatementFloyd A. Lasley, Sara D. Short, William L. Henson
    SeriesERS staff report -- no. AGES 841212
    ContributionsShort, Sara D, Henson, William L, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. National Economics Division
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 54 p. :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14846154M

    Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 in EU - Risk factors for United Kingdom: Defra Avian Influenza Control in UK & Europe - Risk Management Policy Birds & Pigs: Defra Question & Answer on Bird Flu Pandemic - Key facts - Risk Assessment & Control: CDC USA Avian Influenza in Europe - Spread & Prevention - Epidemiology in birds: Report. 11 Low-pathogenicity avian influenza, Daniel R. Perez and J. J. (Sjaak) de Wit. 12 Epidemiology of avian influenza in agricultural and other man-made systems, Leslie D. Sims, John Weaver and David E. Swayne. 13 Pathobiology of avian influenza in domestic ducks, Mary J. Pantin-Jackwood. 14 Avian influenza control strategies,

    A comprehensive avian influenza control program was established for the New York live bird market (LBM) system. Its purpose was to eliminate avian influenza virus (AIV) from the marketing system. Department of Agricultural Economics. Business Continuity: Control Areas. Source: United States Department of Agriculture: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service. Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Response Plan, The Red Book. September 24 |.

    Background: Avian influenza is a viral disease that can affect bird species throughout the disease can vary from mild to severe, depending on the virus strain involved. The most severe strain is called highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). The EDEN website receives support from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture under NIFA/USDA Agreement No.


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Economic assessment of the 1983-84 avian influenza eradication program by Floyd Alvin Lasley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Economic assessment of the avian influenza eradication program. [Floyd Alvin Lasley; Sara D Short; William L Henson; United States.

Department of Agriculture. National Economics Division.]. Economic assessment of the –84 avian influenza program. Le Menach A, Verfu E, Grais RB, Smith DL, Flahault A. Key strategies for reducing spread of avian influenza among commercial poultry holdings: lessons for transmission to by: 8.

Avian influenza, known informally as avian flu or bird flu, is a variety of influenza caused by viruses adapted to birds. The type with the greatest risk is highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI).Bird flu is similar to swine flu, dog flu, horse flu and human flu as an illness caused by strains of influenza viruses that have adapted to a specific host.

Out of the three types of influenza. Avian Influenza provides the first comprehensive guide covering Economic assessment of the 1983-84 avian influenza eradication program book full spectrum of this complex and increasingly high-profile disease, its history and its treatment and control.

All aspects of avian influenza are dealt with in depth, systematically covering biology, virology, diagnostics, ecology, epidemiology, clinical medicine, and the control. AI Avian Influenza AIEPED Integrated National Operational Program on Avian Influenza, Pandemic Preparedness, and Emerging Infectious Diseases, (Blue Book) BCC Behavior Change Communication CAHW Community Animal Health Worker CDC US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention DAH Department of Animal Health.

Highly pathogenic avian influenza is also known as fowl plague and grippe aviaire. Introduction and Information 13 It is caused by influenza virus A.

Influenza virus A is further classified on the basis of the surface glycoproteins, hemagglutinin (HA or H) and neuraminidase (NA or N). Inavian influenza A(H5N1) viruses first spread from poultry directly to infect humans in Hong Kong resulting in the deaths of 6 of 18 infected persons.

Concerned about the possibility that this A(H5N1) virus could easily infect humans and eventually spread from person-to-person, the World Health Organization (WHO) and United States.

We thank Mark Gehlhar of the Economic Research Service for data access and advice and Dale Colyer for comments on the draft chapter. D., and Henson, W. L.,Economic Assessment of the –84 Avian Influenza Eradication Program, AGES, Economic Research Service, U.S.

Department of Buy this book on publisher's site. On the need for more economic assessment of quarantine policies. Some direct costs of control for avian influenza. In Proceedings of the 11th International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Cairns, Australia.

(Orobanche ramosa) eradication program. Social and economic impact of school closure resulting from pandemic influenza A/H1N1. Journal of Infection, 62(3), Chung, L. Impact of pandemic control over airport economics: Reconciling public health with airport business through a streamlined approach in pandemic control.

Journal of Air Transport Management, 44, During the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in the Mid-Atlantic region, 17 million birds were euthanized and damages totaled $65 million.

23 You are the first line of defense for your birds and practicing good biosecurity makes you the most important protection your birds have. Green Book Integrated National Operational Program Avian and Human Influenza HALE Health-Adjusted Life Expectancy H1N1 Subtype of influenza A virus, also known as novel H1N1 flu virus ( pandemic) H5N1 Influenza A virus subtype H5N1, also known as avian influenza HDN Human Development Network.

Avian Influenza Prevention & Control, and Human Influenza Pandemic Preparedness in Africa – Assessment of Financing Needs and Gaps 9 A PPROACH.

Avian influenza. With the emergence of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 in South-East Asia in the past decade and its spread to Europe, policy makers recognised the need for multidisciplinary surveillance teams that detect the virus early to limit its spread, clinical effects, and economic costs.

Model Based Economic Assessment of Avian Influenza Vaccination in an All-in/All-out Housing System. Recent Advances in Mathematical and Statistical Methods. The outbreak of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in the United States illustrates the economic impact of an avian influenza outbreak.

Between 19 December and 17 Junedetections of HPAI were reported across the country, resulting in the death – either directly from the virus or in an effort to prevent the. Job Aid: Temperature Monitoring Protocol of Avian Influenza Infected Flocks (May 9, ) Job Aid: Calibration of Analog Thermometers (Ma ) Compost Windrow Construction Approval Checklist for Avian Influenza Infected Flocks ( ) Phase 1 Windrow Evaluation Checklist Days for Avian Influenza Infected Flocks ( ).

Andres Perez, DVM, PhD, collaborated with a team of researchers to map areas of potential risk of low pathogenicity avian influenza virus (LPAIV) in Argentina. While the LPAIV is currently found across the country in both poultry and wild birds and does not have strong economic impact, control and surveillance of the virus is extremely important due to LPAIV's potential to mutate into a.

USDA-APHIS National Perspective on Avian Influenza Control EXPERIENCE FROM HISTORY AI OUTBREAK APHIS COMMITMENT Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI)-defined by the U.S.

Animal Health Association: Any influenza virus that is lethal for 6, 7, or 8 of 8 (4-to 6-week old susceptible chickens) within 10 days following intravenous.

Risk-based surveillance for avian influenza control along poultry market chains in South China: The value of social network analysis Author links open overlay panel Vincent Martin a Xiaoyan Zhou a Edith Marshall c Beibei Jia a Guo Fusheng a Mary Ann FrancoDixon b Nicoline DeHaan d Dirk U.

Pfeiffer e Ricardo J. Soares Magalhães f Marius Gilbert g h. While control of avian influenza (AI) virus infections in wild bird populations may not be feasible at this point, control and eradiation of AI from commercial, semicommercial, zoo, pet, and village/backyard birds will be critical to preventing events that could lead to the emergence of epizootic influenza virus.

The Economic and Social Impacts of Avian Influenza. S. Smith The avian influenza is one of today's biggest threats to the World's socio-economic health.

To examine this, we must begin by looking at the general features of this possible pandemic. First, there are two levels on which to look at possible costs and impacts.

Assessment of the economic impact of control strategies. Economic losses incurred by epidemics can be broadly divided into two categories: direct losses and consequential losses (Meuwissen et al., ). Direct losses refer to the costs of the execution of the control strategy, for example, compensation paid for destroyed animals or the.