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The apparent role of climate change in a recent anthrax outbreak in cattle
|Author(s) :||Z. Maksimović, M.S. Cornwell, O. Semren & M. Rifatbegović|
An anthrax outbreak recently occurred in cattle in a region that had previously been free of the disease for more than two decades. This event followed heavy springtime rains that had caused flooding, and a hot, dry summer. These temporally connected events may indicate a new link between climate change and an increased incidence of bacterial diseases with environmental reservoirs.
Anthrax outbreak – Cattle – Climate change – Vaccination – Weather conditions.