Collecting data on wild boar abundance across Europe

Release of a model to collect data on wild boar distribution and abundance across Europe: the need for data standards The Consortium ENETWILD (established through a framework contract funded by EFSA) is focusing on the collection of wild boar abundance and occurrence data for the analysis of the risk factors of African Swine Fever (ASF)…

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A questionnaire about wild boar hunting statistics in Europe

descargar cuestionarioquestionnaire download A questionnaire to collect and sharing data on wild boar distribution and abundance in Europe The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) aims at using wildlife abundance data obtained from the European continent for the analysis of the risk factors related to pathogens transmissible to humans and livestock. Currently, the Consortium ENETWILD is focusing…

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Workshops Conclusions & Final remarks of the AGM 2018

Risk assessment, risk analysis and risk management require reliable (high quality) wild population data, which are not available so far. This project, funded by EFSA, is aimed at mapping wildlife species in Europe that are relevant for pathogens transmitted to animals and humans. The objectives that ENETWILD will develop during next years are focused on…

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