Study systems include
Sarcoptic mange and canine distemper virus among wolves in Yellowstone National Park, WY
Almberg ES, Cross PC, Dobson AP, Smith DW & Hudson PJ (2012) Parasite invasion following host reintroduction: A case study of Yellowstone's wolves. Philos Trans R Soc Lond, Ser B: Biol Sci 367: 2840-2851.
Almberg ES, Cross PC, Johnson CJ, Heisey DM, Richards BJ (2011) Modeling Routes of Chronic Wasting Disease Transmission: Environmental Prion Persistence Promotes Deer Population Decline and Extinction. PLoS ONE 6: e19896.
Almberg ES, Cross PC, Smith DW (2010) Persistence of canine distemper virus in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s carnivore community. Ecological Applications 20: 2058-2074.
Almberg ES, Mech LD, Smith DW, Sheldon JW, Crabtree RL (2009) A Serological Survey of Infectious Disease in Yellowstone National Park's Canid Community. PLoS ONE 4: e7042.
Infectious disease ecology of wildlife systems
Immune function, genetics, and individual-level heterogeneity in disease expression
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