Paul Cross
Paul Cross
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LoCoH: nonparameteric kernel methods for constructing home ranges and utilization distributions
WM Getz, S Fortmann-Roe, PC Cross, AJ Lyons, SJ Ryan, CC Wilmers
PloS one 2 (2), 2007
Should we expect population thresholds for wildlife disease?
JO Lloyd-Smith, PC Cross, CJ Briggs, M Daugherty, WM Getz, J Latto, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (9), 511-519, 2005
Wildlife tuberculosis in South African conservation areas: implications and challenges
AL Michel, RG Bengis, DF Keet, M Hofmeyr, LM De Klerk, PC Cross, ...
Veterinary microbiology 112 (2-4), 91-100, 2006
Duelling timescales of host movement and disease recovery determine invasion of disease in structured populations
PC Cross, JO Lloyd‐Smith, PLF Johnson, WM Getz
Ecology Letters 8 (6), 587-595, 2005
Assembling evidence for identifying reservoirs of infection
M Viana, R Mancy, R Biek, S Cleaveland, PC Cross, JO Lloyd-Smith, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 29 (5), 270-279, 2014
Integrating association data and disease dynamics in a social ungulate: bovine tuberculosis in African buffalo in the Kruger National Park
PC Cross, JO Lloyd-Smith, JA Bowers, CT Hay, M Hofmeyr, WM Getz
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 879-892, 2004
Disentangling association patterns in fission–fusion societies using African buffalo as an example
PC Cross, JO Lloyd-Smith, WM Getz
Animal Behaviour 69 (2), 499-506, 2005
Modeling routes of chronic wasting disease transmission: environmental prion persistence promotes deer population decline and extinction
ES Almberg, PC Cross, CJ Johnson, DM Heisey, BJ Richards
PloS one 6 (5), 2011
Ecological implications of bovine tuberculosis in African buffalo herds
A Caron, PC Cross, JT Du Toit
Ecological Applications 13 (5), 1338-1345, 2003
Using logistic regression to analyze the sensitivity of PVA models: a comparison of methods based on African wild dog models
PC Cross, SR Beissinger
Conservation Biology 15 (5), 1335-1346, 2001
Effects of management and climate on elk brucellosis in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
PC Cross, WH Edwards, BM Scurlock, EJ Maichak, JD Rogerson
Ecological Applications 17 (4), 957-964, 2007
Probable causes of increasing brucellosis in free‐ranging elk of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
PC Cross, EK Cole, AP Dobson, WH Edwards, KL Hamlin, G Luikart, ...
Ecological Applications 20 (1), 278-288, 2010
Utility of R0 as a predictor of disease invasion in structured populations
PC Cross, PLF Johnson, JO Lloyd-Smith, WM Getz
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 4 (13), 315-324, 2007
Infectious disease in cervids of North America: data, models, and management challenges
MM Conner, MR Ebinger, JA Blanchong, PC Cross
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1134, 146, 2008
From moonlight to movement and synchronized randomness: Fourier and wavelet analyses of animal location time series data
L Polansky, G Wittemyer, PC Cross, CJ Tambling, WM Getz
Ecology 91 (5), 1506-1518, 2010
Methods for assessing movement path recursion with application to African buffalo in South Africa
S Bar-David, I Bar-David, PC Cross, SJ Ryan, CU Knechtel, WM Getz
Ecology 90 (9), 2467-2479, 2009
Wildlife population structure and parasite transmission: implications for disease management
PC Cross, J Drewe, V Patrek, G Pearce, MD Samuel, RJ Delahay
Management of disease in wild mammals, 9-29, 2009
Disease, predation and demography: assessing the impacts of bovine tuberculosis on African buffalo by monitoring at individual and population levels
PC Cross, DM Heisey, JA Bowers, CT Hay, J Wolhuter, P Buss, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (2), 467-475, 2009
Forage selection by African buffalo in the late dry season in two landscapes
PC Cross, N Owen-Smith, VA Macandza
South African Journal of Wildlife Research-24-month delayed open access 34 …, 2004
The utility of normalized difference vegetation index for predicting African buffalo forage quality
SJ Ryan, PC Cross, J Winnie, C Hay, J Bowers, WM Getz
The Journal of Wildlife Management 76 (7), 1499-1508, 2012
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