Foreword: A Note on Martin Kaplan -Lord Soulsby of Swaffham Prior Preface -Joan Hendricks Introduction: Setting the Scene -Alan M. Kelly PART I. THE CHANGING LANDSCAPE FOR VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH 1. What Will the Future Bring, and How Can We Prepare for It? -Greg W. BeVier 2. Globalization: What Caused It, and How Will It End? -Stephen J. Kobrin 3. The Livestock Revolution and the Developing World -Cornelis de Haan and Henning P. Steinfeld 4. Technology, Innovation, Research, and Development -David T. Galligan and Edward Kanara 5. Animal Welfare in Livestock Production: Implications for Producers, Consumers, and Public Health -Paul B. Thompson 6. Animal Plagues: The Political and Economic Consequences of Nonzoonotic Animal Diseases -Gary Smith PART II. THE FOOD INDUSTRY 7. The Global Food Industry -David Harlan and Candace Jacobs 8. Farming the Sea: The Revolution in Aquaculture -Richard Langan 9. Creating Risk: Antibiotic Resistance -Shelley Rankin and Sandra Cointreau PART III. EMERGING THREATS 10. The Changing Epidemiology of Avian Influenza -Ilaria Capua, D. J. Alexander, Bruce A. Rideout, and Martin Vincent 11. Wildlife Zoonoses: Emerging and Reemerging Zoonoses from Wildlife Reservoirs -Bruno B. Chomel 12. Monkeypox: A Threat to the United States? -Darin S. Carroll 13. Bat Zoonoses: The Realities -Chuck Rupprecht, Lin-Fa Wang, and Leslie A. Real PART IV. NATIONAL AND GLOBAL RESPONSES 14. International Efforts at Detection and Control -Francois-Xavier Meslin and Corrie Brown 15. The Public Health Workforce -Hugh Mainzer 16. The Task Ahead -Alan M. Kelly Contributors Index
Gary Smith is Professor of Population Biology and Epidemiology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Alan M. Kelly is the former dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.