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Author Morand, S., author
Title Biodiversity and health : linking life, ecosystems, societies / Serge Morand, Claire Lajaunie
Imprint London, UK : ISTE Press ; Kidlington, Oxford, UK : Elsevier, 2018
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 人文社會聯圖  QH541.15.B56 M665 2018    AVAILABLE    30600020115631
Descript xviii, 281 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Series Biodiversity and health
Biodiversity and health
Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 223-278) and index
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 A Brief History on the Links between Health and Biodiversity -- 1.1. Introduction -- 1.2. Millennium Development Goals for Ecosystem Services -- 1.3. From environmental health to "one health" -- 1.4. Formerly recognized links -- ch. 2 Biodiversity, Cultural Diversity and Infectious Diseases -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Distribution of infectious diseases: links to biological diversity and cultural diversity -- 2.3. Origins of parasitic and infectious diseases in non-human primates -- 2.4. The first epidemiological transition: "Out of Africa" human migration -- 2.5. Genetic diversity and human migration -- 2.6. Animal domestication -- 2.7. The beginning of globalization -- 2.8. Conclusion -- ch. 3 Loss of Biological Diversity and Emergence of Infectious Diseases -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Epidemiology of infectious diseases -- 3.3. Reservoirs of zoonotic infectious diseases -- 3.4. Emerging infectious diseases and the biodiversity crisis -- 3.5. Mechanisms of emergence through habitat modification -- 3.6. Mechanisms of emergence through community modification -- 3.7. Genetic diversity of hosts and transmission of infectious diseases -- 3.8. Conclusion -- ch. 4 Loss of Biodiversity and Emergence of Non-infectious Diseases -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Diversity, host parasite co-evolution and the immune system -- 4.3. The hygiene hypothesis and the parasitic diversity crisis -- 4.4. The "farm" hypothesis: biological diversity and allergies -- 4.5. Conclusion: towards an evolving medicine -- ch. 5 Anthropogenic Stress -- 5.1. Introduction: a planet dominated by humans and their animals -- 5.2. Impact of urbanization and road network -- 5.3. Physiology of stress and health -- 5.4. Effects of phytosanitation and biocides -- 5.5. Endocrine disrupters -- 5.6. Antibiotics -- 5.7. Conclusion -- ch. 6 Biodiversity Response -- 6.1. Introduction: how life has adapted -- 6.2. Anthropization and synanthropy -- 6.3. Resistance to insecticides -- 6.4. Resistance to genetically modified plants -- 6.5. Resistance to antiparasitic drugs: the example of artemisinin -- 6.6. Resistance to antibiotics -- 6.7. Evolution of virulence -- 6.8. New biotechnologies and evolution of resistance: Wolbachia, CRISPR-Cas 9 -- 6.9. Ecological and evolutionary engineering -- 6.9.1. Management of resistance to Bt transgenic plants -- 6.9.2. Managing antimicrobial resistance -- 6.9.3. CRISPR-Cas9 technologies -- 6.10. Conclusion -- ch. 7 Animal and Human Pharmacopoeias -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. The diversity of plant secondary metabolites -- 7.3. Origin of self-medication in animals and hominids -- 7.4. Ethnobotany and traditional medicine -- 7.5. Bioprospecting, biopiracy and patents -- 7.6. Conservation biology and traditional pharmacopoeia -- 7.7. Loss of biodiversity and knowledge -- 7.8. Conclusion -- ch. 8 Well-being -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Objectivity and subjectivity of well-being -- 8.3. Psychology and the natural environment -- 8.4. Evolutionary psychology and well-being -- 8.5. Theories of habitat and visual refuge, topophilia and biophilia -- 8.6. Implications and applications of biophilia -- 8.7. Traditional knowledge and well-being -- 8.8. Conclusion -- ch. 9 Ecosystem Services for Health and Biodiversity -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Environmental impacts and well-being -- 9.3. Health of ecosystems -- 9.4. Ecosystem services -- 9.5. Ecosystem services and health -- 9.6. Ecosystem disservices and health -- 9.7. Compromise between services, economic development and health -- 9.8. Conclusion -- ch. 10 Biodiversity and Health Scenarios -- 10.1. Introduction -- 10.2. Prospects and global scenarios -- 10.2.1. Demography -- 10.2.2. Agriculture and livestock -- 10.2.3. Climate change -- 10.2.4. Biodiversity -- 10.2.5. Human health -- 10.2.6. Animal health -- 10.3. Worst-case scenarios -- 10.3.1. Thresholds and tipping points, planetary limits -- 10.3.2. Collapse -- 10.4. Global risks and "preparedness" for the worst -- 10.5. Towards integrated scenarios -- 10.6. Observations and observatories -- 10.7. Experts and representation of knowledge -- 10.8. Conclusion: scenarios for research and governance -- ch. 11 Governance of Biodiversity and Health -- 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. International governance of biodiversity and health -- 11.3. Regional challenges -- 11.4. Implementation at the national level -- ch. 12 Ethics, Values and Responsibilities -- 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Pluralism of scientific approaches -- 12.3. Some definitions -- 12.4. Humanist and human health ethics -- 12.5. Animal and animal health ethics -- 12.6. Environmental ethics -- 12.7. Applied and global environmental ethics -- 12.8. Ethics of foresight and scenarios -- 12.9. Confronting the ethics network -- 12.10. Necessity of pluralism of ethics -- 12.11. Conclusion -- ch. 13 The Role of Law, Justice and Scientific Knowledge in Health and Biodiversity -- 13.1. Introduction -- 13.2. Complexity, scientific knowledge and informing political decisions -- 13.3. For a law that is in line with reality: difficulty in implementing the principles of transparency, accountability and participation -- 13.4. Scientific knowledge used by citizens for environmental justice -- 13.5. Human rights and the right to science? Environmental and health challenges
Link Electronic version: Morand, S. Biodiversity and health. London : ISTE Press Ltd, 2018 9780081011676 (OCoLC)1013462526
Subject Biodiversity -- Health aspects
Biodiversity
Environmental Health
Health
Alt Author Lajaunie, Claire, author
Alt Title Linking life, ecosystems, societies
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