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Burtis, J. C., Patrick Sullivan, Taal Levi, K. Oggenfuss, Timothy J. Fahey, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2016. “The Impact Of Temperature And Precipitation On Blacklegged Tick Activity And Lyme Disease Incidence In Endemic And Emerging Regions”. Parasites & Vectors 9 (16). doi:10.1186/s13071-016-1894-6.
Granter, Scott R., A. Bernstein, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2014. “Of Mice And Men: Lyme Disease And Biodiversity”. Perspectives In Biology And Medicine 57 (2): 198 - 207. doi:10.1353/pbm.2014.0015.
Richer, L. M., Dustin Brisson, R. Melo, Richard S. Ostfeld, N. Zeidner, and M. Gomes-Solecki. 2014. “Reservoir Targeted Vaccine Against Borrelia Burgdorferi: A New Strategy To Prevent Lyme Disease Transmission”. Journal Of Infectious Diseases 209 (12): 1972 - 1980. doi:10.1093/infdis/jiu005.
Ostfeld, Richard S., and Felicia Keesing. 2013. “Straw Men Don’t Get Lyme Disease: Response To Wood And Lafferty”. Trends In Ecology & Evolution. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2013.05.009.
Vuong, Holly. 2012. “Ecological Correlates Of Genetic Diversity In Borrelia Burgdorferi, The Lyme Disease Bacterium”. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University.
Swei, Andrea, Cheryl J. Briggs, Robert S. Lane, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2012. “Impacts Of An Introduced Forest Pathogen On The Risk Of Lyme Disease In California”. Vector-Borne Zoonot. Dis. 12: 623-632. doi:10.1089/vbz.2011.0783.
Ostfeld, Richard S. 2012. “Ecology Of Lyme Disease”. In K. C. Weathers, D. L. Strayer And G. E. Likens (Eds.). Fundamentals Of Ecosystem Science. Academic Press, Inc.
Swei, Andrea, Richard S. Ostfeld, Robert S. Lane, and Cheryl J. Briggs. 2011. “Effects Of An Invasive Forest Pathogen On Abundance Of Ticks And Their Vertebrate Hosts In A California Lyme Disease Focus”. Oecologia 166: 91-100.
Ostfeld, Richard S. 2011. “Ecology Of Lyme Disease”. In K. Weathers, D. Strayer, And G. Likens. Fundamentals Of Ecosystem Science. Oxford: Elsevier.
Swei, Andrea, Richard S. Ostfeld, Robert S. Lane, and Cheryl J. Briggs. 2011. “Impact Of The Experimental Removal Of Lizards On Lyme Disease Risk”. P. Roy. Soc. B.-Biol. Sci. 278: 2970-2978. doi:10.1098/rspb.2010.2402.
Ostfeld, Richard S. 2011. Lyme Disease: The Ecology Of A Complex System. Oxford University Press.
Schwanz, Lisa E., M.J. Voordouw, Dustin Brisson, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2011. “Borrelia Burgdorferi Has Minimal Impact On The Lyme Disease Reservoir Host Peromyscus Leucopus”. Vector-Borne Zoonot. 11: 117-124. doi:10.1089/vbz.2009.0215.
De Vicente, I., E. Ortega-Retuerta, I.P. Mazuecos, Michael L. Pace, Jonathan J. Cole, and I. Reche. 2010. “Variation In Transparent Exopolymer Particles In Relation To Biological And Chemical Factors In Two Contrasting Lake Districts”. Aquat. Sci. 72: 443-453. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/deVicente_2010_AquatSci.pdf.
Keesing, Felicia, Jesse L. Brunner, S.T.K. Duerr, Mary E. Killilea, Kathleen M. LoGiudice, Kenneth Schmidt, Holly Vuong, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2009. “Hosts As Ecological Traps For The Vector Of Lyme Disease”. P. Roy. Soc. B.-Biol. Sci. 276: 3911-3919. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Keesing_2009_ProcB.pdf.
Schwanz, Lisa E., Dustin Brisson, M. Gomes-Solecki, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2009. “The Impact Of The Spirochete Borrelia Burgdorferi On White-Footed Mice: Implications For The Ecology Of Lyme Disease”. Integr. Comp. Biol 49: E153-E153.
Malcomb, J. 2009. “Can An Invasive Herb Affect Lyme Disease Risk? Examining The Interactions Between Garlic Mustard, Entomopathogenic Fungi, And Blacklegged Ticks”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Malcomb_2009_REU.pdf.
Swei, Andrea. 2009. “Influence Of Spatial Heterogeneity And Vertebrate Species Assemblage On The Ecology Of Lyme Disease In The Far-Western United States”. Berkeley, California, University of California.
Brisson, Dustin, D.E. Dykhuizen, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2008. “Conspicuous Impacts Of Inconspicuous Hosts On The Lyme Disease Epidemic”. Proc. R. Soc. B. 275: 227-235. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Brisson_2007.pdf.
LoGiudice, Kathleen M., S.T.K. Duerr, M.J. Newhouse, Kenneth Schmidt, Mary E. Killilea, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2008. “Impact Of Host Community Composition On Lyme Disease Risk”. Ecology 89: 2841-2849. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/2008_LoGiudice_et_al_Ecology.pdf.
Killilea, Mary E., Andrea Swei, Robert S. Lane, Cheryl J. Briggs, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2008. “Spatial Dynamics Of Lyme Disease: A Review”. Ecohealth 5: 167-95. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/2008_Killilea_EcoHealth_Spatial_Dynamics.pdf.
Dolven-Kolle, E. 2007. “Lyme Disease Spirochete Transmission Between Co-Feeding Larval And Nymphal Ticks Under Natural Conditions”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Institute of Ecosystem Studies. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Dolven_Kolle_2007_REU.pdf.
Giery, S. T., and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2007. “The Role Of Lizards In The Ecology Of Lyme Disease In Two Endemic Zones Of The Northeastern United States”. J. Parasitol. 93: 511-517. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Giery_and_Ostfeld_J_Parasitol_2007.pdf.
Waller, L. A., B. J. Goodwin, Mark L. Wilson, Richard S. Ostfeld, S. Marshall, and E.B. Hayes. 2007. “Spatio-Temporal Patterns In County-Level Incidence And Reporting Of Lyme Disease In The Northeastern United States, 1990–2000”. Environ. Ecol. Stat. 14: 83-100. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Waller_et_al_2007.pdf.
Ostfeld, Richard S. 2007. “Habitat Fragmentation And Disease Ecology: The Case Of Lyme Disease”. In K. A. Vogt, J. M. Honea, D. J. Vogt, R. L. Edmonds, T. Patel-Weynand, R. Sigurdardottir, And M. G. Andreu (Eds.). Forests And Society: Sustainability And Life Cycles Of Forests In Human Landscapes, 183-187. CABI Publishing, CAB International, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.
Ostfeld, Richard S., Felicia Keesing, and Kathleen M. LoGiudice. 2006. “Community Ecology Meets Epidemiology: The Case Of Lyme Disease”. In S. Collinge And C. Ray (Eds.). Disease Ecology: Community Structure And Pathogen Dynamics, 28-40. Oxford University Press.
Brisson, Dustin. 2006. “Effect Of Host Community Composition On The Diversity And Abundance Of Lyme Disease”. Stony Brook, New York, State University of New York.
Ostfeld, Richard S., Charles D. Canham, K. Oggenfuss, Raymond J. Winchcombe, and Felicia Keesing. 2006. “Climate, Deer, Rodents, And Acorns As Determinants Of Variation In Lyme-Disease Risk”. Plos Biology 4: e145. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Ostfeld_PLOS_2006.pdf.
Halsey, J. 2005. “Shrews (Blarina Brevicauda) And Their Effect On Lyme Disease Risk”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Institute of Ecosystem Studies. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Halsey_2005_REU.pdf.
Schauber, E.M., Richard S. Ostfeld, and A.S. Evans. 2005. “What Is The Best Predictor Of Annual Lyme Disease Incidence: Weather, Mice, Or Acorns?”. Ecol. Appl. 15: 575-586. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Schauber_et_al_2005_Ecol_Appl_15_575-586.pdf.
Price, A. K. 2004. “The Use Of Biological Controls For Vector-Borne Diseases: The Case Of Guinea Fowl And Lyme Disease”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Institute of Ecosystem Studies. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Price_2004_REU.pdf.
LoGiudice, Kathleen M., Richard S. Ostfeld, Kenneth Schmidt, and Felicia Keesing. 2003. “The Ecology Of Infectious Disease: Effects Of Host Diversity And Community Composition On Lyme Disease Risk”. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 100: 567-571. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/LoGiudice_et_al_2003_PNAS_100_567-571.pdf.
Townsend, A. K., Richard S. Ostfeld, and K.B. Geher. 2003. “The Effects Of Bird Feeders On Lyme Disease Prevalence And Density Of Ixodes Scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) In A Residential Area Of Dutchess County, New York”. J. Med. Ent. 40: 540-546. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Townsend_et_al_2003_J_Med_Ent_40_540-546.pdf.
Allan, B. F., Felicia Keesing, and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2003. “Effects Of Forest Fragmentation On Lyme Disease Risk”. Conserv. Biol. 17: 267-272. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Allan_et_al_2003_Cons_Bio_17_267-272.pdf.
Schauber, E.M., and Richard S. Ostfeld. 2002. “Modeling The Effects Of Reservoir Competence Decay And Demographic Turnover In Lyme Disease Ecology”. Ecol. Appl. 12: 1142-1162. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Schauber_and_Ostfeld_2002_Ecol_Appl_12_1142-1162.pdf.
Ostfeld, Richard S., Felicia Keesing, E.M. Schauber, and Kenneth Schmidt. 2002. “The Ecological Context Of Infectious Disease: Diversity, Habitat Fragmentation, And Lyme Disease Risk In North America”. In A. Aguirre, R. S. Ostfeld, G. Tabor, C. A. House, And M. Pearl (Eds.), 207-219. Oxford University Press, New York.
Goodwin, B. J., Richard S. Ostfeld, and E.M. Schauber. 2001. “Spatiotemporal Variation In A Lyme Disease Host And Vector: Black-Legged Ticks On White-Footed Mice”. Vector-Borne And Zoonotic Diseases 1: 129-138. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Goodwin_et_al_2001_VBZD_1_129-138.pdf.
Horobik, V.C. 2001. “An Investigation In Lyme Disease Risk Along Old Field-Forest Edges In Southeastern New York”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Institute of Ecosystem Studies. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Horobik_2001_REU.pdf.
Allan, B. F. 2000. “The Effect Of Forest Fragmentation On Lyme Disease Risk”. Undergraduate Ecology Research Reports. Millbrook, New York: Institute of Ecosystem Studies.
Ostfeld, Richard S., and Felicia Keesing. 2000. “Biodiversity And Disease Risk: The Case Of Lyme Disease”. Conserv. Biol. 14: 722-728. http://www.caryinstitute.org/reprints/Ostfeld_and_Keesing_2000_Cons_Biol_14_722-728.pdf.
Schauber, E.M. 2000. “Models Of Mast Seeding And Its Effects On Gypsy Moth Populations And Lyme Disease Risk”. Storrs, Connecticut, University of Connecticut.