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Systematically using agricultural and animal demographic data in animal health emergency management

Heather A. Allen, PhD, MPA, Kiana Moore, MS

Abstract


While the explicit connection has not yet been made in the literature, the systematic incorporation of agricultural and animal demographic data can help to prioritize and inform preparedness and response planning. This article reviews related fields that have used similar data, presents sources of these demographic data, offers examples of existing uses in preparedness and response planning, and details specific ways in which emergency managers can incorporate this data in their policies and plans whether at a local, state, or federal level, and in both the public and private sector. Through multidisciplinary partnerships, emergency management can be improved through the incorporation of demographic information, helping to mitigate the consequences of an animal health emergency, regardless of source, via the incorporation of empirical data.

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animal health, emergency management, demography

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5055/jem.2012.0099

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