"Scholarly open access relates to the building of knowledge and explaining to the scientific community. They are very helpful for the scholarly, academic, educational, scholastic, professorial and pedagogic requirements. We can use these words to search for scholarly articles. The scholarly open access articles are found in scholarly open access journals, where the complete peer-review is done by the scholarly people such as professors and scientists of highest cadre. Zoonotic diseases are emerging into human populations as the natural world is being increasingly disrupted and degraded. Explosive human population growth, intensive agricultural practices, deforestation, intensive agriculture, livestock grazing, and global trade and travel have contributed to increased interactions between animals, humans and wildlife species, leading to disease emergence. In the late 1990âs widespread deforestation led to the emergence of the Nipah virus in Malaysia. Similarly, intensive agriculture led to a massive Q fever outbreak in the Netherlands from 2007 to 2009.
Title: Zoonotic Diseases and One Health Approach
Author: Rojan Dahal and Laura Kahn
OMICS Group is among the leading open access publishers with around 700+ peer-reviewed journals,which has more than 50,000+ editorial board members in its Editorial Board and many expert reviewers for rigorous peer-review process and OMICS Group organizes more than 3000+ International Scientific Conferences across the globe."
Last date updated on June, 2014