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Tags: chronic wasting disease

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April 9, 2024

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Map of chronic wasting disease surveillance results providing spatial patterns in wild deer and by species.


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April 9, 2024

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Map of chronic wasting disease surveillance results providing spatial patterns in wild deer and by species.


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April 9, 2024

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Map of chronic wasting disease surveillance results providing spatial patterns in wild deer and by species.


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April 9, 2024

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Comparative maps of chronic wasting disease infection detected in male mule deer in Alberta. The maps cover a number of wildlife management units located in the southeastern portion of the province.


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March 21, 2024

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Annual publication listing the number of positive chronic wasting disease (CWD) cases reported in Alberta, by type of animal (mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk and moose) and wildlife management...


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March 19, 2024

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This annual report lists statistics about the spread of chronic wasting disease cases in Alberta's deer species over time, starting from 2005, when the first such cases were reported. Statistics...


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March 13, 2024

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Maps showing locations of positive chronic wasting disease cases in wild deer and other cervids detected in Alberta. Updated annually. Numbered geographic divisions in the maps indicate wildlife...


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March 1, 2024

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A colour-coded map depicting the years in which chronic wasting disease was first detected in various wildlife management units in the southeastern portion of the province of Alberta.


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September 1, 2022

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Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a fatal, transmissible, and progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting domestic cervids such as elk and deer. Recognising the seriousness of this reportable...