Further Reading

Desowitz RS (1991) The Malaria Capers. NY: W.W. Norton & Co.

Gratz NG (1999) Emerging and resurging vector-borne diseases. Annual Review of Entomology 44: 51-75.

Lane RP and Crossky RW (1993) Medical Insects and Arachnids. London: Chapman & Hall.

Mahmoud AAF (ed.) (2001) Schistosomiasis. London: Imperial College Press.

Marquardt WC, Demaree RS, and Grieve RB (2000) Parasitology & Vector Biology, 2nd edition, p. 702. San Diego: Academic Press.

Merritt RW, Benbow ME, and Small PLC (2005) Unravelling an emerging disease associated with disturbed aquatic environments: the case of Buruli ulcer. Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 3: 323-331.

Mullen G and Durden L (2002) Medical and Veterinary Entomology. San Diego: Academic Press.

Patz JA, Graczyk TK, Geller N, and Vittor AY (2000) Effects of environmental change on emerging parasitic diseases. Australia Society for Parasitology 30: 1395-1405.

Remme JHF (2004) Research for control: The onchocerciasis experience. Tropical Medicine and International Health 9: 243-254.

Resh VH, Leveque C, and Statzner B (2004) Long-term, large-scale biomonitoring of the unknown: Assessing the effects of insecticides to control river blindness (onchocerciasis) in West Africa. Annual Review of Entomology 49: 115-139.

Ross AGP, Li YS, Sleigh AC, and McManus DP (1997) Schisto-somiasis control in the People's Republic of China. Parasitology Today 13: 152-155.

Sakanari J, Moser M, and Deardoff TL (1995) Fish Parasites and Human Health (Rept. T-CSGP034). LaJolla: California Sea Grant.

Secor WE and Colley DG (eds.) (2005) Schistosomiasis. New York: Springer.

Spielman A and D'Antonio M (2001) Mosquito, A Natural History of our Most Persistent and Deadly Foe. NY: Hyperion.

Yameogo L, Resh VH, and Molyneux DH (2004) Control of river blindness in West Africa: Case history of biodiversity in a disease control program. EcoHealth 1: 172-183.

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