The second edition of the "Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense"
provides complete coverage of bioterrorism and defense against it,
spanning scientific, technological, clinical, legal, historical,
and political aspects. The topics cover the most recent
developments and thinking on biodefense, biosecurity, terrorism,
science, and policy. In addition, the "Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism
Defense" provides an up-to-date overview of U.S. federal biodefense
efforts, including explanations of all of the relevant agencies and
missions, research agendas, legislation, and regulations. This
edition revises and updates the original "Encyclopedia," making it
the single authoritative resource for students, scientists,
policymakers, and journalists.
Key features: Comprehensively covers the field of bioterrorism,
including related science, technology, medicine, politics, law, and
historyTopics include entries on bioterrorism agents, detection,
clinical presentation of disease, defense efforts, risk
assessments, treaties, past incidents of bioterrorism, and
pertinent people and organizations engaged in terrorist
activitiesUser friendly, with biological agents covered
consistently across entriesIncludes important case studies, with
discussion of lessons learned
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