Yıl 2016, Cilt 27 , Sayı 3, Sayfalar 171 - 176 2016-12-20

Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar
Global Climate Change And Viral Infections

Ayhan AKMAN [1] , Semra GÜMÜŞOVA [2]

Artan yüzey sıcaklıkları, deniz seviyelerindeki yükselmeler, kar ve buzun azalması, bitki ve hayvanların bu değişikliklere reaksiyon olarak daha soğuk yerlere hareketi iklim değişikliklerinin ispatları olarak kabul edilmektedir. İklim değişikliklerinin, ekosistemleri değiştirdiği gibi sağlık faktörlerini de değiştirebileceği, küresel iklim değişiklikleri sonucu etken ve vektör arasındaki yaşam sikluslarının bozulabileceği ve habitata özgün salgınların oluşabileceği bildirilmiştir. Bu derleme, iklim değişikliklerinin viral enfeksiyonlar üzerindeki etkileri konusunda yapılan çalışmaları derlemek ve beklenen olası sonuçları ortaya konyabilmek amacıyla yapılmıştır.

Increased of surface temperature, rising of the sea levels, decrease of snow and ice, and plants and animals responding to these changes by moving to colder area are accepted evidence of climate change. It is reported that climate change not only effects the ecosystems, can changes the health factors, synchronization between the life cycle of the agent and vector may deteriorate and habitat specific outbreaks may occur as a results of global climate change. We aimed to with this rewiev that investigation of impacts of climate change on viral infections and to determine the expected probable outcomes.
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Bölüm Makaleler

Yazar: Ayhan AKMAN (Sorumlu Yazar)

Yazar: Semra GÜMÜŞOVA


Başvuru Tarihi : 7 Ağustos 2015
Kabul Tarihi : 16 Ekim 2015
Yayımlanma Tarihi : 20 Aralık 2016

Bibtex @derleme { vanvetj438623, journal = {Van Veterinary Journal}, issn = {2149-3359}, eissn = {2149-8644}, address = {YYÜ Veteriner Fakültesi Dergi Editörlüğü Kampüs Van Turkey}, publisher = {Yüzüncü Yıl Üniversitesi}, year = {2016}, volume = {27}, pages = {171 - 176}, doi = {}, title = {Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar}, key = {cite}, author = {Akman, Ayhan and Gümüşova, Semra} }
APA Akman, A , Gümüşova, S . (2016). Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar . Van Veterinary Journal , 27 (3) , 171-176 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/vanvetj/issue/37753/438623
MLA Akman, A , Gümüşova, S . "Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar" . Van Veterinary Journal 27 (2016 ): 171-176 <https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/vanvetj/issue/37753/438623>
Chicago Akman, A , Gümüşova, S . "Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar". Van Veterinary Journal 27 (2016 ): 171-176
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ISNAD Akman, Ayhan , Gümüşova, Semra . "Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar". Van Veterinary Journal 27 / 3 (Aralık 2016): 171-176 .
AMA Akman A , Gümüşova S . Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar. Van Vet J. 2016; 27(3): 171-176.
Vancouver Akman A , Gümüşova S . Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar. Van Veterinary Journal. 2016; 27(3): 171-176.
IEEE A. Akman ve S. Gümüşova , "Küresel İklim Değişiklikleri ve Viral Enfeksiyonlar", Van Veterinary Journal, c. 27, sayı. 3, ss. 171-176, Ara. 2016