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While researching human pathogens is obviously important, I think it is also important to investigate how different pathogens are affecting wildlife populations. So I found it very interesting that this page did not just look at the mechanisms for how this virus works but how it is affecting bird populations and even gave some conservation recommendations. I also appreciated the amount of research that must have gone into creating this page as 90 different papers were cited to inform this report.
 
While researching human pathogens is obviously important, I think it is also important to investigate how different pathogens are affecting wildlife populations. So I found it very interesting that this page did not just look at the mechanisms for how this virus works but how it is affecting bird populations and even gave some conservation recommendations. I also appreciated the amount of research that must have gone into creating this page as 90 different papers were cited to inform this report.
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- Sam Lisak

Revision as of 14:56, 1 May 2018

While researching human pathogens is obviously important, I think it is also important to investigate how different pathogens are affecting wildlife populations. So I found it very interesting that this page did not just look at the mechanisms for how this virus works but how it is affecting bird populations and even gave some conservation recommendations. I also appreciated the amount of research that must have gone into creating this page as 90 different papers were cited to inform this report.

- Sam Lisak