Multiscale model of regional population decline in little brown bats due to white‐nose syndrome

Multiscale model of regional population decline in little brown bats due to white‐nose syndrome

The introduced fungal pathogen Pseudogymnoascus destructans causes White-nose syndrome in North American bats, putting some populations at risk for extinction or extirpation. The severity of…

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Transmissibility of emerging viral zoonoses

Transmissibility of emerging viral zoonoses

Effective public health efforts require an accurate understanding of which virus species are capable of spreading between humans or may develop this ability in the…

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Oocysts of the genus Eimeria, a group of protozoans that infect a wide range of animal species

Predicting cryptic links in host-parasite networks

Host-parasite networks are built from a vast number of interactions, which may change seasonally or based on host densities. This combination of complexity and uncertainty…

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Data-driven identification of potential Zika virus vectors

Data-driven identification of potential Zika virus vectors

Zika is an emerging virus whose rapid spread is of great public health concern. Knowledge about transmission remains incomplete, especially concerning potential transmission in geographic…

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Identifying triggers of Ebola spillover events using spatio-temporal envelop models

Identifying triggers of Ebola spillover events using spatio-temporal envelop models

J.P. Schmidt, A.W. Park, J.M. Drake, L. Alexander Ecological Society of America, August 11, 2015

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