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B. Allan

Landesman, W.J., Kenneth Mulder, B. F. Allan, Laura Bashor, Felicia Keesing, Kathleen M. LoGiudice, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2019. “Potential Effects Of Blood Meal Host On Bacterial Community Composition In Ixodes Scapularis Nymphs”. Ticks And Tick-Borne Diseases 10 (3): 523 - 527. doi:10.1016/j.ttbdis.2019.01.002.
Keesing, Felicia, Richard S. Ostfeld, T.P. Young, and B. F. Allan. 2018. “Cattle And Rainfall Affect Tick Abundance In Central Kenya”. Parasitology 145 (3): 345 - 354. doi:10.1017/S003118201700155X.
Allan, B. F., Heather Tallis, Rebecca Chaplin-Kramer, Steven Huckett, Virginia A. Kowal, Jessica Musengezi, Sharon Okanga, et al. 2017. “Can Integrating Wildlife And Livestock Enhance Ecosystem Services In Central Kenya?”. Frontiers In Ecology And The Environment 15 (6): 328 - 335. doi:10.1002/fee.1501.
Springer, Yuri P., David Hoekman, Pieter T. J. Johnson, Paul A. Duffy, Rebecca Hufft, David T. Barnett, B. F. Allan, et al. 2016. “Tick-, Mosquito-, And Rodent-Borne Parasite Sampling Designs For The National Ecological Observatory Network”. Ecosphere 7 (5): e01271. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1271.
LaDeau, Shannon L., B. F. Allan, Paul Leisnham, and Michael Z. Levy. 2015. “The Ecological Foundations Of Transmission Potential And Vector-Borne Disease In Urban Landscapes”. Functional Ecology 29 (7): 889 - 901. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12487.
Keesing, Felicia, B. F. Allan, T.P. Young, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2013. “Effects Of Wildlife And Cattle On Tick Abundance In Central Kenya”. Ecological Applications 23 (6): 1410 - 1418. doi:10.1890/12-1607.1.
Allan, B. F. 2009. “The Effects Of Forest Management Practices On Human Risk Of Exposure To Tick-Borne Diseases”. St. Louis, Missouri, Washington University.
Allan, B. F., B. Langerhans, W.A. Ryberg, W.J. Landesman, N.W. Griffin, R.S. Katz, B.J. Oberle, et al. 2009. “Ecological Correlates Of Risk And Incidence Of West Nile Virus In The United States”. Oecologia 158: 699-708. doi:10.1007/s00442-008-1169-9.
Goheen, J.R., Felicia Keesing, B. F. Allan, D. Misurelli-Ogada, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2004. “Net Effects Of Large Mammals On Acacia Seedling Survival In An African Savanna”. Ecology 85: 1555-1561.
Allan, B. F., Felicia Keesing, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2003. “Effects Of Forest Fragmentation On Lyme Disease Risk”. Conserv. Biol. 17: 267-272.