When vectors collide with cultures: 'anthropo-vector ecology', who is controlling who?: Book of abstracts of the 20th European Society for Vector Ecology Conference 2016
The 20th European Society for Vector Ecology Conference 2016 wants to draw attention to the impact and importance of vectors and vector-borne diseases on landscapes inhabited by human beings and how to make this paradigm most effective to benefit public health. Session subjects are: invasive species: ecology and their potential role as vectors; citizen science and social approaches on vector control; epidemiology of vector-borne diseases and their vectors; ecology and behaviour of vectors; emerging vector-borne diseases and risk assessment; vector-pathogens interactions; taxonomy, systematic and phylogeny of vectors; and advance technologies on vector control.
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