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    • Echinococcus across the north: Current knowledge, future challenges 

      Davidson, Rebecca K.; Lavikainen, Antti; Konyaev, Sergey; Schurer, Janna; Miller, Andrea L.; Oksanen, Antti; Skírnisson, Karl; Jenkins, Emily (2016)
      Zoonotic Echinococcus spp. cestodes are present in almost all circumpolar nations, and have historically posed a risk to health of indigenous as well as other northern residents. However, surveillance data on both alveolar ...
    • Forest classes and tree cover gradient: tick habitat in encroached areas of southern Norway 

      Vanwambeke, Sophie O; van Doninck, J; Artois, J; Davidson, Rebecca K.; Meyfroidt, P; Jore, Solveig (2015-12-21)
      Forest, in particular deciduous forest, is a key element in determining areas with a high probability of tick presence. The way forest is generally monitored may be ill suited to some landscapes where Ixodes ricinus is ...
    • From food defence to food supply chain integrity 

      Davidson, Rebecca K.; Antunes, Wilson; Madslien, Elisabeth Henie; Belenguer, José; Gerevini, Marco; Torroba Perez, Tomas; Prugger, Raffaello (2017)
      Purpose Consumer confidence in the European food industry has been shaken by a number of recent scandals due to food fraud and accidental contamination, reminding the authors that deliberate incidents can occur. Food ...
    • Preparedness for chemical crisis situations: Experiences from European medical response exercises 

      Davidson, Rebecca K.; Magalini, Sabina; Brattekås, Kjersti; Bertrand, C.; Brancaleoni, Rachele; Rafalowski, Chaim; Nakstad, Espen Rostrup (2019)
    • Protecting our food: Can standard food safety analysis detect adulteration of food products with selected chemical agents? 

      Pedersen, Bjørn; Gorzkowska-Sobas, Agnieszka A; Gerevini, Marco; Prugger, Raffaello; Belenguer, Jose; Maletti, Marco; Ljønes, Marita; Gilljam, Berit Harstad; Tønsager, Janne; Opstad, Aase Mari; Davidson, Rebecca K. (2016)
      The food we eat and water we drink is routinely tested for a range of biological and chemical contaminants, which can be hazardous to human health, as part of food safety legislative requirements. The vulnerability of the ...