Shirli Bar-David

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The evolution of disease requires a firm understanding of hetero-geneity among pathogen strains and hosts with regard to the processes of transmission, movement, recovery, and pathobiology. In this chapter, we build on the basic methodologies outlined in the previous chapter to address the question of how to model the invasion and spread of diseases in(More)
The introduction of chronic, infectious diseases by colonizing populations (invasive or reintroduced) is a serious hazard in conservation biology, threatening the original host and other spillover species. Most research on spatial invasion of diseases has pertained to established host populations, either at steady state or fluctuating through time. Within a(More)
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