Australian X disease

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Australian X disease

[ȯ′strāl·yən ′eks di‚zēz]
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In the state of Western Australia, Australia, active surveillance is conducted for mosquitoborne viruses of major human health significance: alphaviruses Ross River virus (RRV) and Barmah Forest virus (BFV) and flaviviruses Murray Valley encephalitis virus (MVEV) and West Nile virus (subtype Kunjin virus; KUNV).
As Bailey illustrates, the programmes for the Snowy River and Murray Valley schemes demonstrate the located power of environmental imagery in the Australian national imagination and the value of a transnational approach that situates these visions in a broader hydrological landscape (notably the American mid-West and the 'Dust Bowl').
Several other Flaviviridae arboviruses worthy of mentioning are Kyasanur forest disease, which can be passed to humans from tick nymphs in India, tick-borne encephalitis virus (TBEV), and Murray Valley encephalitis virus (MVEV).
They speak a Mountain Ok language, referred to as Nimtep weng, also spoken by the Bimin in the north, the inhabitants of Gapka and Suntem, two settlements sometimes referred to as 'Bimin 2', and the Kasanmin and Aonkalimin in the Murray Valley (Figure 1).
Notes on some human remains in the lower Murray Valley, South Australia.
The woman was caught on the Murray Valley Highway near Lake Boga just before 2pm.
The ridge's influence was evident during this year's La Nina event, which brought massive storms and flooding to Queensland and New South Wales as far south as Sydney, but had little impact on the parched Murray Valley or the headwater catchments of the Murray, Murrumbidgee and Goulburn rivers.
Thus far, the project has the total support and praise of the Murray Valley Citrus Board, SOS citrus, Mildura Co-Op, Coles Supermarket, Melbourne Citrus Committee, Mildura Rural City Council, Melbourne Market Authority, Addamo Packers and local growers.
The first reported outbreak of Murray Valley encephalitis was in the summer of 1950-1951 in the Murray Valley region of Southeastern Australia.
The Conference Room at the Army Museum Bandiana (AMB), Gaza Ridge Barracks, South Bandiana, Murray Valley Highway, via Wodonga, Victoria.
Louis Encephalitis virus, Japanese Encephalitis virus, and Murray Valley Encephalitis virus.
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