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ANS115: Community Health & Zoonosis (Macho)


This guide will introduce you to a variety of resources to assist you in locating useful library and online sources for academic research at Bristol Community College.

Community Health & Zoonosis



from Gale Encyclopedia of Public Health

Zoonosis, also called zoonotic disease, refers to diseases or infections that can be naturally passed (transmitted) from vertebrate animals, whether wild or domesticated, to humans, and vice versa. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 250 distinct zoonoses have been medically described.

"A_model_for_the_ecology_of_influenza_A_viruses" by Nelson, M. I., & Vincent, A. L. (2015)  is licensed under CC BY-ND 2.0.





Accessing BCC Library Resources from Off-Campus

When you are off campus (or in locations without a recognized IP address), you will be required to verify that you are a current BCC student by entering either your 900 number or your BCC Campus Card ID.