Biodiversity and Health: Linking Life, Ecosystems and Societies fills the gap between the ecology of health and the concepts supported by international organizations, such as EcoHealth and One Health. The book provides a unique opportunity to demonstrate how ecological sciences, environmental sciences, medical sciences, and social sciences may contribute to improve human health through conserving biodiversity and the services it provides to societies.
- Presents the first book to give a broad and integrated overview of the scientific disciplines that contribute to health
- From evolutionary ecology, to laws and policies, this book explores the links between health and biodiversity
- Demonstrates how ecological sciences, environmental sciences, medical sciences, and social sciences may contribute to improve human health
Serge Morand is the author and co-author of more than 400 publications and book chapters, including:
1) Morand S, Krasnov, Littlewood T (eds) (2015) Parasite diversity and diversification: evolutionary ecology meets phylogenetics. Cambridge University Press.
2) Morand S, Dujardin J-P, Lefait-Rollin R, Apiwathnasorn C (eds) (2015) Socio-ecological dimensions of Infectious Diseases in Southeast Asia, Springer Singapore
3) Morand S, Figuié M (eds) (2015) Maladies infectieuses émergentes : regards croisés sur le pathologique et les risques sanitaires Quae (at press)