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The Resource Global biosecurity : threats and responses, edited by Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator

Global biosecurity : threats and responses, edited by Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator

Label
Global biosecurity : threats and responses
Title
Global biosecurity
Title remainder
threats and responses
Statement of responsibility
edited by Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book explores a range of biohealth and biosecurity threats, places them in context, and offers responses and solutions from global and local, networked and pyramidal, as well as specialized and interdisciplinary perspectives
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1951-
  • 1959-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Katona, Peter
  • Sullivan, John P.
  • Intriligator, Michael D
Series statement
Contemporary security studies
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Bioterrorism
  • Biological weapons
  • Biological arms control
Label
Global biosecurity : threats and responses, edited by Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The history of bioterrorism, biowarfare, and biocrimes/
  • Peter Katona and Seth Carus
  • Food and agricultural biosecurity/
  • Thomas W. Frazier
  • The economic, political, and social impacts of bioterrorism/
  • Michael D. Intriligator
  • Technology and the global proliferation of dual-use biotechnologies/
  • Mark Gorwitz
  • A catastrophic climate : conflict and environmental security setting the state for humanitarian crises/
  • John P. Sullivan
  • The U.S. offensive biological warfare program, 1943-1969/
  • Different perceptions, similar reactions : biopreparedness in the European Union/
  • Stefan Brem and Stéphane Dubois
  • Emerging roles of reserve forces : National Guard roles and mission in domestic biopreparedness/
  • Annette Sobel
  • Mitigating crisis through communication/
  • Dan Rutz
  • Bioterrorism surveillance/
  • Manfred S. Green
  • The role of informal information sources as an adjunct to routine disease surveillance/
  • Marjorie P. Pollack
  • William C. Patrick, III
  • A public health model for WMD threat assessment : connecting the bioterrorism dots on the local level/
  • Dickson Diamond and Moon Kim
  • Integrating local, state, and federal responses to infectious threats and other challenges facing local public health departments/
  • Jonathan E. Fielding ... [et al.]
  • Vulnerable populations in disaster planning : children are different/
  • Jeffrey Upperman
  • Developing a new paradigm for biodefense in the twenty-first century : adapting our healthcare response to the biodisaster threat/
  • Joseph Rosen and C. Everett Koop
  • Enhancing the role of private industry in biosecurity/
  • Neil Jacobstein
  • Introduction : global biosecurity and the spectrum of infectious disease threats--a networked global approach/
  • Towards a global ius pestilentiae : the functions of law in global biosecurity/
  • David P. Fidler
  • Conclusion/
  • Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
  • Afterword : bureaucracy vs. bioterror--the losing race/
  • Alvin Toffler
  • Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
  • Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases/
  • Peter Katona and W. Michael Scheld
  • Biological warfare and bioterrorism : how do they differ from other WMD threats?/
  • Philip E. Coyle
Control code
ocn427543619
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxi, 318 p.
Isbn
9780203860243
Isbn Type
(e-book)
Lccn
2009029920
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)427543619
Label
Global biosecurity : threats and responses, edited by Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The history of bioterrorism, biowarfare, and biocrimes/
  • Peter Katona and Seth Carus
  • Food and agricultural biosecurity/
  • Thomas W. Frazier
  • The economic, political, and social impacts of bioterrorism/
  • Michael D. Intriligator
  • Technology and the global proliferation of dual-use biotechnologies/
  • Mark Gorwitz
  • A catastrophic climate : conflict and environmental security setting the state for humanitarian crises/
  • John P. Sullivan
  • The U.S. offensive biological warfare program, 1943-1969/
  • Different perceptions, similar reactions : biopreparedness in the European Union/
  • Stefan Brem and Stéphane Dubois
  • Emerging roles of reserve forces : National Guard roles and mission in domestic biopreparedness/
  • Annette Sobel
  • Mitigating crisis through communication/
  • Dan Rutz
  • Bioterrorism surveillance/
  • Manfred S. Green
  • The role of informal information sources as an adjunct to routine disease surveillance/
  • Marjorie P. Pollack
  • William C. Patrick, III
  • A public health model for WMD threat assessment : connecting the bioterrorism dots on the local level/
  • Dickson Diamond and Moon Kim
  • Integrating local, state, and federal responses to infectious threats and other challenges facing local public health departments/
  • Jonathan E. Fielding ... [et al.]
  • Vulnerable populations in disaster planning : children are different/
  • Jeffrey Upperman
  • Developing a new paradigm for biodefense in the twenty-first century : adapting our healthcare response to the biodisaster threat/
  • Joseph Rosen and C. Everett Koop
  • Enhancing the role of private industry in biosecurity/
  • Neil Jacobstein
  • Introduction : global biosecurity and the spectrum of infectious disease threats--a networked global approach/
  • Towards a global ius pestilentiae : the functions of law in global biosecurity/
  • David P. Fidler
  • Conclusion/
  • Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
  • Afterword : bureaucracy vs. bioterror--the losing race/
  • Alvin Toffler
  • Peter Katona, John P. Sullivan, and Michael D. Intriligator
  • Emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases/
  • Peter Katona and W. Michael Scheld
  • Biological warfare and bioterrorism : how do they differ from other WMD threats?/
  • Philip E. Coyle
Control code
ocn427543619
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxi, 318 p.
Isbn
9780203860243
Isbn Type
(e-book)
Lccn
2009029920
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)427543619

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