Global Change and Public Health


Entry_ID: GCRIO 260 GCRIO_Inventory: 2 Entry_Title: Global Change and Public Health Document_Author: Epstein, Paul R. Agency_Name: None Start_Date: None
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Audience_Interest_Guide: Research Community

This paper states that changes in biodiversity allow for the emergence of new
diseases. Losses in biodiversity reduce the resilience of ecosystems.

This document contains a synopsis of changing disease patterns and suggests
a multidisciplinary approach to understand the impacts of climate variability.
Remote sensing is a tool recommended for integration of ecosystems
information with health and other social outcomes. Policies can then be
developed to meet the needs of society.
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Group: Data_Center_Contact
Last_Name: Epstein
First_Name: Dr. Paul
Email: None
Phone: (617) 498-1032
Fax: (617) 498-1671
Group: Address
The Cambridge Hospital
1493 Cambridge Street
Cambridge , MA 02139
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Storage_Medium: 14 pages printed matter
Parameter: Public Health>Disease Outbreaks
Parameter: Public Health>Environmental Health
Parameter: Vital Statistics>Morbidity
Parameter: Vital Statistics>Mortality
Parameter: Biological Entities>Land Wildlife
Parameter: Biological Entities>Ocean Vegetation
Parameter: Biological Entities>Surface Vegetation
Parameter: Biological Entities>Birds
Parameter: Earth Radiative Processes>Temperature
Parameter: Atmospheric Dynamics>Precipitation
Parameter: Diseases
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Atmospheric Sciences
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Climatology
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Earth Science > Land
Discipline: Physical Sciences > Ocean
Discipline: Life Sciences > Biology > Marine Biology
Discipline: Life Sciences > Terrestrial Ecology
Discipline: Life Sciences > Human Ecology
Discipline: Life Sciences > Public Health > Communicable Diseases
Discipline: Life Sciences > Public Health > Environmental Health
Discipline: Life Sciences > Public Health > Health Management and Policy
Discipline: Multidisciplinary Sciences > Environmental Studies
Discipline: Multidisciplinary Sciences > Human Ecology
Location: Global
Keyword: ENSO>El Nino Southern Oscillation
Keyword: Infectious diseases
Keyword: biodiversity
Keyword: global change
Keyword: GIS>Geographic Information Systems
Keyword: climate forecasting
Keyword: climatic variability
Keyword: model
Keyword: biological indicators
Keyword: El Nino