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Sea Turtles as Sentinels of Ecological Health

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Sea Turtles as Sentinels of Ecological Health
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Dr. Alonso Aguirre, vice president for Conservation Medicine at Wildlife Trust, discusses the new field of conservation medicine, which links wildlife medicine to ecosystem health. In this field, Dr. Aguirre develops new techniques, tools, and theoretical approaches, and ensures that every advance in his science is communicated to health professionals on the ground, all over the world. He suggests that the first priority is to establish health management plans for the prevention of emerging diseases crossing the species barriers.moreless
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