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How Arctic sea ducks develop herd immunity from avian cholera

By Mark Forbes, Professor, Biology, Carleton University
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We can learn about the spread of diseases through populations by studying naturally occurring instances of herd immunity. Avian cholera in the Canadian Arctic provides a useful case study.

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