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Volume 14, Number 1—January 2008
THEME ISSUE
International Polar Year

Perspective

International Circumpolar Surveillance, An Arctic Network for the Surveillance of Infectious Diseases

Alan J. Parkinson*Comments to Author , Michael G. Bruce*, Tammy Zulz*, and the International Circumpolar Surveillance Steering Committee
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Anchorage, Alaska, USA;

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Figure 1

Figure 1 - The circumpolar region and nonindigenous and indigenous populations of the Arctic. (Adapted from [17].)

Figure 1. The circumpolar region and nonindigenous and indigenous populations of the Arctic. (Adapted from [17].)

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1International Circumpolar Surveillance Steering Committee: Alan Parkinson, James Berner (United States); Shelley Deeks, Andre Corriveau (Canada); Flemming Stenz (Greenland); Anders Koch (Denmark); Karl Kristinsson (Iceland); Pekka Nuorti (Finland); Anders Nystedt (Sweden); Oistein Lovoll (Norway); Roman Buzinov, Andrei Tulisov (Russian Federation); Rune Fjellheim (Indigenous Peoples Secretariat); Larisa Abrutina (Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North); John Spika (World Health Organization).

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