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2012 Publications

Besser, T.E., M.A. Highland, K. Baker, E.F. Cassirer, N.J. Anderson, J.M. Ramsey, K. Mansfield, D.L. Bruning, P. Wolff, J.B. Smith, and J.A. Jenks. 2012. Causes of Pneumonia Epizootics among Bighorn Sheep, Western United States, 2008-2010. Emerging Infectious Diseases 18:406-414.

Bevins , S. N., J. A. Baroch, D. L. Nolte, M. Zhang, and H. He. 2012. Yersinia pestis: examining wildlife plague surveillance in China and the USA. Integrative Zoology 7:99-109.

Bevins, S. N., S. Carver, E. E. Boydston, L. M. Lyren, M. Alldredge, K. A. Logan, S. P. D. Riley, R. N. Fisher, T. W. Vickers, W. Boyce, M. Salman, M. R. Lappin, K. R. Crooks, and S. Vandewoude. 2012. Three pathogens in sympatric populations of pumas, bobcats, and domestic cats: implications for infectious disease transmission. PloS One (Online: www. plosone. org) 7:e31403, doi:10. 1371/journal. pone0031403.

Brown V.L., Drake J.M., Stallknecht D.E., Brown J.D., Pedersen K., Rohani P. (2013) Dissecting a wildlife disease hotspot: the impact of multiple host species, environmental transmission and seasonality in migration, breeding and mortality. J R Soc Interface 10:20120804. DOI: 10.1098/rsif.2012.0804.

Carver, S, A.V. Scorza, S.N. Bevins, S.P.D. Riley, K.R. Crooks, S. VandeWoude and M.R. Lappin. 2012. Zoonotic parasites of bobcats around human landscapes. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 50:3080-3083

Caudell, J. N., S. R. Stopak, and D P. C. Wolf. 2012. Lead-free, high-powered rifle bullets and their applicability in wildlife management. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6:105-111.

Clavijo, A., A. Nikooienejad, M. S. Esfahani, R. P. Metz, S. Schwartz, E. Atashpaz-Gargari, T. J. Deliberto, M. W. Lutman, K. Pedersen, L. R. Bazan, L. G. Koster, M. Jenkins-Moore, S. L. Swenson, M. Zhang, T. Beckham, C. D. Johnson, and M. Bounpheng. 2012. Identification and Analysis of the First 2009 Pandemic H1N1 Influenza Virus from U.S. Feral Swine. Zoonoses and Public Health: prepub.

DeLiberto, T.J., D.L. Nolte, and W. Clay. 2012. Integrative approaches to disease control: the value of international collaborations. Pages 175-180 in W. Karesh, ed. Compendium of the OIE Global Conference on Wildlife, Paris (France), 23-25 February 2011. World Organization of Animal Health, Paris.

Diel, D. G., P. J. Miller, P. C. Wolf, R. M. Mickley, A. R. Musante, D. C. Emanueli, K. J. Shively, K. Pedersen, and C. L. Afonso. 2012. Characterization of Newcastle disease viruses isolated from cormorant and gull species in the United States in 2010. Avian Diseases 56:128-133.

Farnsworth, M. L., R. S. Miller, K. Pedersen, M. W. Lutman, S. R. Swafford, P. D. Riggs, and C. T. Webb. 2012. Environmental and demographic determinants of avian influenza viruses in waterfowl across the contiguous United States. PloS One (Online: www. plosone. org) 7:e32729, doi:10. 1371/journal. pone0032729.

Fox A.D., Sinnett D., Baroch J.A., Stroud D.A., Kampp K., Egevang C., Boertmann D. 2012. The status of Canada Goose Branta canadensis subspecies in Greenland. Dansk Orn. Foren. Tidsskr. 106:87-92.

Guo, J., L. Covaleda, J.J. Heatley, J.A. Baroch, I. Tizard and S.L. Payne. 2012. Widespread avian bornavirus infection in Mute swans in the Northeast United States. Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports. 3: 49-52.

Hjulsager C.K., Breum S.Ø., Trebbien R., Handberg K.J., Therkildsen, Ole Roland , Madsen J.J., Thorup K., Baroch J.A., DeLiberto T.J., Larsen L.E., Jorgensen P.H. 2012. Surveillance for Avian Influenza Viruses in Wild Birds in Denmark and Greenland, 2007-10. Avian Diseases 56 (4): 992-998.

Jack, S. W.,. J. C. Cumbee, Jr., And K. C. Godwin. 2012. Serologic evidence of Brucella and pseudorabies in Mississippi feral swine. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6:89-93.

Kistler, W. M., D. E. Stallknecht, T. J. Deliberto, S. Swafford, K. Pedersen, K. Van Why, P. C. Wolf, J. A. Hill, D. L. Bruning, J. C. Cumbee, R. M. Mickley, C. W. Betsill, A. R. Randall, R. D. Berghaus, and M. J. Yabsley. 2012. Antibodies to Avian Influenza Viruses in Canada Geese (Branta canadensis): A Potential Surveillance Tool? Journal of wildlife diseases 48:1097-1101.

Nemeth, N., A. Bosco-Lauth, P. Oesterle, D. Kohler, and R. Bowen. 2012. North American birds as potential amplifying hosts of Japanese encephalitis virus. American Journal of Tropical and Medical Hygiene 87:760-767.

Nichols T.A., T.R. Spraker, T. Gidlewski, J.G. Powers, G.C. Telling, K.C. VerCauteren, and M.D. Zabel. 2012. Detection of prion protein in the cerebrospinal fluid of elk (Cervus canadensis nelsoni) with chronic wasting disease using protein misfolding cyclic amplification. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 24:746-749

Pedersen, K., J. A. Baroch, D. L. Nolte, T. Gidlewski, and T. J. DeLiberto. 2012. The role of the National Wildlife Disease Program in wildlife disease surveillance and emergency response. Proceedings of the 14th Wildlife Damage Management Conference: 74-80.

Piaggio, A.J., Shriner, S.A., VanDalen, K.K., Franklin, A.B., Anderson, T.D., et al. 2012. Molecular Surveillance of Low Pathogenic Avian Influenza Viruses in Wild Birds across the United States: Inferences from the Hemagglutinin Gene. PLoS ONE 7(12): e50834. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050834

Pedersen, K., S. N. Bevins, B. S. Schmit, M. W. Lutman, M. P. Milleson, C. T. Turnage, T. T. Bigelow, and T. J. Deliberto. 2012. Apparent prevalence of swine brucellosis in feral swine in the United States. Human-Wildlife Interactions 6:38-47.

Sandfoss, M. R., C. S. Deperno, C. W. Betsill, M. B. Palamar, G. Erickson and S. Kennedy-Stoskopf. 2012. A serosurvey for Brucella suis, classical swine fever virus, procine circovirus type 2, and pseudorabies virus in feral swine (Sus scrofa) of eastern North Carolina. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48:462-466.

Thomsen B.V., D.A. Schneider, K.I. O'Rourke, T. Gidlewski, J. McLane, R.W. Allen, A.A. McIsaac, G.B. Mitchell, D.P. Keane, T.R. Spraker, and A. Balachandran. 2012. Diagnostic accuracy of rectal mucosa biopsy testing for chronic wasting disease within white-tailed deer ( Odocoileus virginianus) herds in North America: Effects of age, sex, polymorphism at PRNP codon 96, and disease progression. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 24:878-87





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