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Nik Cunniffe
Nik Cunniffe
Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
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Epidemiological modeling of invasion in heterogeneous landscapes: spread of sudden oak death in California (1990–2030)
RK Meentemeyer, NJ Cunniffe, AR Cook, JAN Filipe, RD Hunter, ...
Ecosphere 2 (2), 1-24, 2011
177*2011
Modelling when, where and how to manage a forest epidemic, motivated by sudden oak death in California
NJ Cunniffe, RC Cobb, RK Meentemeyer, DM Rizzo, CA Gilligan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2016
1272016
FUTURES: multilevel simulations of emerging urban–rural landscape structure using a stochastic patch-growing algorithm
RK Meentemeyer, W Tang, MA Dorning, JB Vogler, NJ Cunniffe, ...
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103 (4), 785-807, 2013
1202013
Thirteen challenges in modelling plant diseases
NJ Cunniffe, B Koskella, CJE Metcalf, S Parnell, TR Gottwald, CA Gilligan
Epidemics 10, 6-10, 2015
118*2015
Key questions for modelling COVID-19 exit strategies
RN Thompson, TD Hollingsworth, V Isham, D Arribas-Bel, B Ashby, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1932), 20201405, 2020
802020
Predicting the economic costs and property value losses attributed to sudden oak death damage in California (2010–2020)
K Kovacs, T Václavík, RG Haight, A Pang, NJ Cunniffe, CA Gilligan, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 92 (4), 1292-1302, 2011
732011
Virus infection of plants alters pollinator preference: A payback for susceptible hosts?
SC Groen, S Jiang, AM Murphy, NJ Cunniffe, JH Westwood, MP Davey, ...
PLoS pathogens 12 (8), e1005790, 2016
672016
Detecting Presymptomatic Infection is Necessary to Forecast Major Epidemics in the Earliest Stages of Infectious Disease Outbreaks
RN Thompson, CA Gilligan, NJ Cunniffe
PLOS Computational Biology 12 (4), e1004836, 2016
672016
Optimising and Communicating Options for the Control of Invasive Plant Disease When There Is Epidemiological Uncertainty
NJ Cunniffe, ROJH Stutt, RE DeSimone, TR Gottwald, CA Gilligan
PLOS Computational Biology 11 (4), e1004211, 2015
642015
A theoretical framework for biological control of soil-borne plant pathogens: Identifying effective strategies
NJ Cunniffe, CA Gilligan
Journal of Theoretical Biology 278 (1), 32-43, 2011
512011
Time-dependent infectivity and flexible latent and infectious periods in compartmental models of plant disease
NJ Cunniffe, R Stutt, F Van den Bosch, CA Gilligan
Phytopathology 102 (4), 365-380, 2012
472012
Cost-effective control of plant disease when epidemiological knowledge is incomplete: modelling Bahia bark scaling of citrus
NJ Cunniffe, FF Laranjeira, FM Neri, RE DeSimone, CA Gilligan
PLOS Computational Biology 10 (8), e1003753, 2014
452014
Cucumber mosaic virus and its 2b protein alter emission of host volatile organic compounds but not aphid vector settling in tobacco
T Tungadi, SC Groen, AM Murphy, AE Pate, J Iqbal, TJA Bruce, ...
Virology Journal 14 (1), 1-9, 2017
442017
Risk‐based management of invading plant disease
SR Hyatt‐Twynam, S Parnell, ROJH Stutt, TR Gottwald, CA Gilligan, ...
New Phytologist 214 (3), 1317-1329, 2017
442017
Invasion, persistence and control in epidemic models for plant pathogens: the effect of host demography
NJ Cunniffe, CA Gilligan
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 7 (44), 439-451, 2010
432010
Applying optimal control theory to complex epidemiological models to inform real-world disease management
EH Bussell, CE Dangerfield, CA Gilligan, NJ Cunniffe
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1776), 20180284, 2019
402019
Control fast or control smart: When should invading pathogens be controlled?
RN Thompson, CA Gilligan, NJ Cunniffe
PLoS computational biology 14 (2), e1006014, 2018
402018
The effect of landscape pattern on the optimal eradication zone of an invading epidemic
S Parnell, TR Gottwald, CA Gilligan, NJ Cunniffe, F Van Den Bosch
Phytopathology 100 (7), 638-644, 2010
402010
Pathogenic modification of plants enhances long‐distance dispersal of nonpersistently transmitted viruses to new hosts
R Donnelly, NJ Cunniffe, JP Carr, CA Gilligan
Ecology 100 (7), e02725, 2019
392019
Using epidemiological principles to explain fungicide resistance management tactics: Why do mixtures outperform alternations?
JAD Elderfield, FJ Lopez-Ruiz, F van den Bosch, NJ Cunniffe
Phytopathology 108 (7), 803-817, 2018
382018
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