Jay, M., Morad, M., & Bell, A. (2003). Lessons for New Zealand from Britain’s Foot and Mouth epidemic. New Zealand Geographer, 59(1), 40-49.
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This paper explores some implications for New Zealand's rural community of Britain's Foot-and-Mouth epidemic in the light of growing international trade and travel, and changes in New Zealand’s rural society. The paper includes ecological mapping with a projected/likely spatial distribution of an epidemic in New Zealand, and an assessment of the possible institutional and social responses in the wake of a disease outbreak. It notes the course of the epidemic in Britain, and possible differences and similarities in institutional response frameworks between Britain and New Zealand.
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