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2009Control of Foot and Mouth Disease Spread in Wildlife: a case study of white-tailed deer in South TexasWard, Michael; Highfield, Linda D; Laffan, Shawn; Norby, Bo; Wagner, Gale; Vet Science FacultyControl of Foot and Mouth Disease Spread in Wildlife: a case study of white-tailed deer in South Texas, N/A, vol.N/A,(),2009,pp N/A-N/A
2011Disease spread models in wild and feral animal populations: application of artificial life modelsWard, Michael; Highfield, Linda D; Laffan, Shawn; Vet Science FacultyDisease spread models in wild and feral animal populations: application of artificial life models, O I E Revue Scientifique et Technique, vol.30, 2, 2011,pp 437-446
2011The Effect of Neighbourhood Definitions on Spatio - temporal models of Disease Outbreaks: Separation Distance versus range OverlapWard, Michael; Laffan, Shawn; Wang, Zhiqiong June; Vet Science FacultyThe Effect of Neighbourhood Definitions on Spatio - temporal models of Disease Outbreaks: Separation Distance versus range Overlap, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, vol.102, N/A, 2011,pp 218-229
2010The impact of potential mitigation strategies on the predicted spread of foot and mouth disease in white-tailed deer in south TexasWard, Michael; Highfield, Linda D; Laffan, Shawn; Norby, Bo; Wagner, Gale; Vet Science FacultyThe impact of potential mitigation strategies on the predicted spread of foot and mouth disease in white-tailed deer in south Texas, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, vol.94, N/A,pp 282-288
2009The impact of seasonal variability in wildlife populations on the predicted spread of foot and mouth diseaseWard, Michael; Highfield, Linda D; Laffan, Shawn; Norby, Bo; Wagner, G; Vet Science FacultyThe impact of seasonal variability in wildlife populations on the predicted spread of foot and mouth disease, Veterinary Research: a journal of animal infection and epidemiology, vol.40,(3),2009,pp 18-N/A