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National Wildlife Health Center staff members have authored almost 1000 publications including USGS/NBS/FWS series publications, articles in peer-reviewed science journals, chapters in books, fact sheets, and other documents. This collection also includes papers from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Bear River Field Station in Utah and the work of Dr. Wayne Jensen, a pioneer in botulism research.
Nearly 400 of these publications, especially those published in recent years, are also available as PDF documents accessible through this database. Paper reprints of articles are available free of charge from the Center.
Work, T. M. and Y. Farah 2014. Lectins stain cells differentially in the coral, Montipora capitata Journal of Invertebrate Pathology, 2014 Vol 117: 42-45 [Journal] 1647
Olson, S.H., J.Parmley,C. Soos, M. Gilbert, N. Latorre-Margalef, J. S. HALL, P.M. Hansbro, and D. Joly
Frederick Leighton, and Damien Joly 2014. Sampling strategies and biodiversity of influenza A subtypes in wild birds PLOS One, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0090826 [Journal] 1646
avian influenza, disease
Williams, G. J., N. N. Price, B. Ushijima, G. S. Aeby, S. Callahan, S. K. Davy, J. M. Gove, M. D. Johnson, I. S. Knapp, A. Shore-Maggio, J. E. Smith, P. Videau, and T. M. WORK 2014. Ocean warming and acidification have complex interactive effects on the dynamics of a marine fungal disease Proceedings B of the Royal Society, 281:1778, 1471-2954. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2013.3069 [Journal] 1645
disease, fungal, fungus, marine, ocean
Beyer, W. N., Y. Chen, P. Henry, T. May, D. Mosby, B. A. Rattner, V. I. SHEARN-BOCHSLER, D. Sprague, and J. Weber 2014. Toxicity of Pb-contaminated soil to Japanese quail (Coturnix japonica) and the use of the blood?dietary Pb slope in risk assessment. Integrated Environment Assessment Management, 10: 22?29. doi: 10.1002/ieam.1453 [Journal] 1643
Avia, bird, disease, quail
BRAND, C.J. 2014. Wildlife mortality investigation and disease research: contributions of the USGS National Wildlife Health Center to endangered species management and recovery Ecohealth: Online First [Journal] 1642
Smith, C.B., Booth, C.J., Wadzinski, T.J., Legname, G., Chappell, R., JOHNSON, C.J., Pedersen, J.A. 2014. Humic substances interfere with detection of pathogenic prion protein. Soil Biology and Biochemistry (68): 309-316. doi: 10.1016/j.soilbio.2013.10.005 [Journal] 1639
prion, protein, soil, Transmissible spongiform encephalopathy, TSE
Patton, E. W., P. Seyed, L. Fu, F. J. DEIN, R. S. Bristol, and D. L. McGuinness 2013. SemantEco: A semantically powered modular architecture for integrating distributed environmental and ecological data Future Generation Computer Systems. doi: 10.1016/j.future.2013.09.017 [Journal] 1644
Davenport, J., Jones, T. T., WORK, T. M., Balazs, G. H. 2013. Unique characteristics of the trachea of the juvenile leatherback turtle facilitate feeding, diving and endothermy Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (450): 40-46 [Journal] 1641
leatherback turtle, reptile, turtle
BALLMAN, A., L. WHITE, B. BODENSTEIN, and J. BUCKNER 2013. Quarterly Mortality Report-April 2013 to June 2013 USGS Newsletter of the Wildlife Disease Association, October 2013: 7-9. [Journal] 1640
WORK, T.M., Balazs, G.H. 2013. Tumors in sea turtles: the insidious menace of fibropapillomatosis. The Wildlife Professional, Fall 2013: 44-47. [Journal] 1638
disease, malformation, reptile, Reptilia, Testudines
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