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Population Biology of Vector-Borne Diseases

John M. Drake, Michael Bonsall, and Michael Strand

Abstract

Population Biology of Vector-Borne Diseases is the first comprehensive survey of this rapidly developing field. The chapter topics provide an up-to-date presentation of classical concepts, reviews of emerging trends, synthesis of existing knowledge, and a prospective agenda for future research. The contributions offer authoritative and international perspectives from leading thinkers in the field. The dynamics of vector-borne diseases are far more intrinsically ecological compared with their directly transmitted equivalents. The environmental dependence of ectotherm vectors means that vector-b ... More

Keywords: Vector biology, population ecology, evolutionary ecology, disease ecology, medical entomology, viral ecology/evolution, parasitology

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2020 Print ISBN-13: 9780198853244
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: February 2021 DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198853244.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

John M. Drake, editor
Professor and Associate Dean, Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases, University of Georgia, USA

Michael Bonsall, editor
Professor of Mathematical Biology, Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, UK

Michael Strand, editor
H.M. Pulliam Chair, Department of Entomology, University of Georgia, USA

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Chapter 1 Introduction

John M. Drake, Michael B. Bonsall, and Michael R. Strand

Section I Theory of Population Biology

Chapter 3 Seven Challenges for Spatial Analyses of Vector-Borne Diseases

T. Alex Perkins, Guido España, Sean M. Moore, Rachel J. Oidtman, Swarnali Sharma, Brajendra Singh, Amir S. Siraj, K. James Soda, Morgan Smith, Magdalene K. Walters, and Edwin Michael

Chapter 4 Infectious Disease Forecasting for Public Health

Stephen A. Lauer, Alexandria C. Brown, and Nicholas G. Reich

Chapter 5 Force of Infection and Variation in Outbreak Size in a Multi-Species Host-Pathogen System

John M. Drake, Krisztian Magori, Kevin Knoblich, Sarah E. Bowden, and Waheed I. Bajwa

Section II Empirical Ecology

Chapter 6 Environmental Drivers of Vector-Borne Diseases

Marta S. Shocket, Christopher B. Anderson, Jamie M. Caldwell, Marissa L. Childs, Lisa I. Couper, Songhee Han, Mallory J. Harris, Meghan E. Howard, Morgan P. Kain, Andrew J. MacDonald, Nicole Nova, and Erin A. Mordecai

Chapter 9 Carry-over Effects of the Larval Environment in Mosquito-Borne Disease Systems

Michelle V. Evans, Philip M. Newberry, and Courtney C. Murdock

Chapter 10 Incorporating Vector Ecology and Life History into Disease Transmission Models: Insights from Tsetse (Glossina spp.)

Sinead English, Antoine M.G. Barreaux, Michael B. Bonsall, John W. Hargrove, Matt J. Keeling, Kat S. Rock, and Glyn A. Vale

Section III Ecological Interactions

Chapter 11 Mosquito—Virus Interactions

Christine M. Reitmayer, Michelle V. Evans, Kerri L. Miazgowicz, Philip M. Newberry, Nicole Solano, Blanka Tesla, and Courtney C. Murdock

Section IV Applications

Chapter 14 Direct and Indirect Social Drivers and Impacts of Vector-Borne Diseases

Sadie J. Ryan, Catherine A. Lippi, Kevin L. Bardosh, Erika F. Frydenlund, Holly D. Gaff, Naveed Heydari, Anthony J. Wilson, and Anna M. Stewart-Ibarra

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