Effect of Forest Fragmentation on Lyme Disease Risk

Effect of Forest Fragmentation on Lyme Disease Risk
Forest destruction and fragmentation in the United States recently have been shown to reduce
mammalian species diversity and to elevate population densities of white-footed mice ( Peromyscus
leucopus). One potential consequence of reduced species diversity and high mouse density in small fragments

is an increase in human exposure to Lyme disease.

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