By Milton Friend, USGS
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CWD and WNF are but two of the multitude of emerging and reemerging infectious diseases confronting society. Human activities and behavior are major factors contributing to disease emergence. Hopefully, greater appreciation of the effects of these diseases on our way of life and things that we value will result in behavior that reduces the spread of pathogenic microorganisms. Disease Emergence and Resurgence 35 Box 2–4 Wildlife and Zoonoses: Different Roles for Different Diseases Wildlife may contribute to zoonoses in ways other than direct transmission between wildlife and humans.