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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.

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  1. S.N. Bevins, Robert Dusek, C. LeAnn White, Thomas Gidlewski, B. Bodenstein, Kristin G. Mansfield, Paul DeBruyn, Donald K. Kraege, E.L. Rowan, Colin Gillin, B. Thomas, S. Chandler, J. Baroch, B. Schmit, M. J. Grady, R. S. Miller, M.L. Drew, S. Stopak, 2016. Widespread detection of highly pathogenic H5 influenza viruses in wild birds from the Pacific Flyway of the United States Scientific Reports 6, DOI: 10.1038/srep28980 [Journal] 1763
    avian influenza, Ecological epidemiology, influenza virus
  2. Drees KP, Palmer JM, Sebra R, Lorch JM, Chen C, Wu C-C, Bok JW, Keller NP, Blehert DS, Cuomo CA, Lindner DL, Foster JT 2016. Use of multiple sequencingtechnologies to produce a high-quality genome of the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the causative agent of bat white-nose syndrome. Genome Announcements [Journal] 1762
    bats, disease, Pseudogymnoascus destructans, USA, White-Nose syndrome
  3. Jennelle CS, Carstensen M, Hildebrand EC, Cornicelli L, Wolf P, Grear DA, Ip HS, VanDalen KK, Minicucci LA 2016. Surveillance for highly pathogenic avian influenza virus in wild birds during outbreaks in domestic poultry, Minnesota, 2015 Emerging Infectious Diseases 22(7) DOI: 10.3201/eid2207.152032 [Journal] 1761
    avian influenza, dabbling duck, duck, fecal, geese, HPAIV, Minnesota, passerines, raptors, USA, waterfowl
  4. Lee DH, Bahl J, Torchetti MK, Killian ML, Ip HS, DeLiberto TJ, 2016. Highly pathogenic avian influenza viruses and generation of novel reassortants, United States, 2014?2015. Emerging Infectious Disease 22(7). [Journal] 1760
    Asian-origin influenza, avian, avian influenza, H5N1, H5N2, H5N8, highly pathogenic, HPAI
  5. Holly Freifeld, Sheldon Plentovich, Chris Farmer, Charles Kohley, Peter Luscomb, Thierry M. Work, Daniel Tsukayama, George Wallace, Mark MacDonald, and Sheila Conant 2016. Long-distance translocations to create a second millerbird population and reduce extinction risk. 2016, Biological Conservation 199: 146-156. DOI: 10.1016/j.biocon.2016.05.006 [Journal] 1759
    Acrocephalus familiaris familiaris, Acrocephalus familiaris kingi, assisted colonization, ecological analog, Hawai'i, Laysan millerbird, Nihoa Island, Nihoa millerbird, restoration, translocation
  6. T. M. Work, G. S. Aeby,K. A. Hughen 2016. Gross and Microscopic Lesions in Corals from Micronesia Veterinary Pathology 53(1): 153-162 DOI: 10.1177/0300985815571669 [Journal] 1757
    Acropora, bleaching, Cnidaria, Coral, dark discoloration, disease, fungus, histopathology, Indo-Pacific, metazoa, Micronesia, Montipora, Porites, symbionts
  7. Hon S. Ip, Robert Jerome Dusek, Barbara Bodenstein, Mia Kim Torchetti, Paul M. DeBruyn, Kristin Mansfield, Thomas J. DeLiberto, and Jonathan Sleeman 2016. High rates of detection of Clade HPAI H5 viruses in wild birds in the Pacific Northwest during the winter of 2014/2015 Avian Diseases 60(1s): 354-358 DOI: 10.1637/11137-050815-Reg [Journal] 1756
    Accipiter cooperii, American wigeon, Anas acuta, Anas americana, avian influenza, Bubo scandiacus, Bubo virginianus, Buteo jamaicensis, Cooper?s hawk, duck, Falco peregrinus, Falco rusticolus, great horned owl, green-winged teal, gyrfalcon, H5N1, H5N2, H5N8, H5Nx, HPAI, intercontinental transmission, mallard, migratory birds, northern pintail, peregrine falcon, red-tailed hawk, snowy owl, surveillance strategy, wild
  8. Harris, H. S., Benson, S. R., James, M. C., Martin, K. J., Stacy, B. A., Daoust, P.-Y., Rist, P. M., Work, T. M., Balazs, G. H., and Seminoff, J. A. 2016. Validation of ultrasound as a noninvasive tool to measure subcutaneous fat depth in leatherback sea turtles (Dermochelys coriacea). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 47(1): 275-279. DOI:10.1638/2015-0023.1 Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 47(1): 275-279. DOI:10.1638/2015-0023.1 [Journal] 1755
    body condition, Dermochelys coriacea, fat, health, leatherback sea turtle, Leatherback turtle, sea turtle, ultrasound
  9. Ballman, Anne, Barb Bodenstein, Robert Dusek, Dan Grear, and Jenny Chipault. 2016. "USGS National Wildlife Health Center Quarterly Mortality Report October 2015 to December 2015 Wildlife Disease Association Newsletter. 2015 [Journal] 1754
  10. Ballman, Anne, Barb Bodenstein, Robert Dusek, Dan Grear, and Jenny Chipault. 2016. "USGS National Wildlife Health Center Quarterly Mortality Report July 2015 to September 2015". Wildlife Disease Association Newsletter 2016 [Journal] 1753
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