Landscape Epidemiology

LSEpi

Landscape characteristics shape patterns of disease emergence and spread by providing host habitat and directing movement patterns and contact rates among hosts.  Establishing links between landscape features and disease patterns is fundamental to the field of landscape epidemiology.  This analysis combines epidemiological data, spatial analysis and predictive modeling to understand the distribution of disease risk in dynamic landscapes.

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Submitted – Robinson, SJ, D Neitzel, R Moen, J Umber, K Hamilton, D Mulla, U Munderloh, P Redig, L Johnson, K Smith, C Turner, M Craft, K Pelican, Disease risk in a dynamic environment:  the spread of tick-borne diseases in Minnesota, USA.

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2013    Robinson, SJ, MD Samuel, R Rolley, P Shelton. Using landscape epidemiological models to understand the distribution of chronic wasting disease in the Midwestern USA. Landscape Ecology (online early).

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