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Can the distribution of cases of equine grass sickness in Scotland be explained by geochemical parameters?

Wylie, C.E.; Shaw, D.J.; Fordyce, F.; Lilly, A.; McGorum, B.C.. 2009 Can the distribution of cases of equine grass sickness in Scotland be explained by geochemical parameters? In: Abstracts of the 12th ISVVE Symposium. Durban, South Africa, ISVVE, 239.

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Abstract/Summary

Equine grass sickness (EGS) is a frequently fatal neurological disease, which affects horses grazing fields in certain geographical locations. The aim of this study was to determine whether the geographical distribution of EGS cases referred to the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, Edinburgh, Scotland was associated with the presence or absence of particular geochemical parameters in the environment.

Item Type: Publication - Book Section
Programmes: BGS Programmes 2009 > Environmental Geoscience Baselines
NORA Subject Terms: Earth Sciences
Ecology and Environment
Agriculture and Soil Science
Date made live: 13 Aug 2012 12:25
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/19182

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