Jason K. Blackburn
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The ecology of Bacillus anthracis
M Hugh-Jones, J Blackburn
Molecular aspects of medicine 30 (6), 356-367, 2009
Modeling the geographic distribution of Bacillus anthracis, the causative agent of anthrax disease, for the contiguous United States using predictive ecologic niche modeling
JK Blackburn, KM McNyset, A Curtis, ME Hugh-Jones
The American journal of tropical medicine and hygiene 77 (6), 1103-1110, 2007
Buffalo, bush meat, and the zoonotic threat of brucellosis in Botswana
KA Alexander, JK Blackburn, ME Vandewalle, R Pesapane, EK Baipoledi, ...
PloS one 7 (3), e32842, 2012
Modeling the potential distribution of Bacillus anthracis under multiple climate change scenarios for Kazakhstan
TA Joyner, L Lukhnova, Y Pazilov, G Temiralyeva, ME Hugh-Jones, ...
PloS one 5 (3), e9596, 2010
Modeling of wildlife-associated zoonoses: applications and caveats
KA Alexander, BL Lewis, M Marathe, S Eubank, JK Blackburn
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 12 (12), 1005-1018, 2012
Historical distribution and molecular diversity of Bacillus anthracis, Kazakhstan
AM Aikembayev, L Lukhnova, G Temiraliyeva, T Meka-Mechenko, ...
Emerging infectious diseases 16 (5), 789, 2010
Psychological responses and resilience of people and communities impacted by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
JG Morris Jr, LM Grattan, BM Mayer, JK Blackburn
Transactions of the American Clinical and Climatological Association 124, 191, 2013
Spatial and temporal structure of typhoid outbreaks in Washington, DC, 1906–1909: evaluating local clustering with the G i* statistic
SE Hinman, JK Blackburn, A Curtis
International Journal of Health Geographics 5 (1), 1-17, 2006
The global distribution of Bacillus anthracis and associated anthrax risk to humans, livestock and wildlife
CJ Carlson, IT Kracalik, N Ross, KA Alexander, ME Hugh-Jones, M Fegan, ...
Nature microbiology 4 (8), 1337-1343, 2019
Integrating geographic information systems and ecological niche modeling into disease ecology: a case study of Bacillus anthracis in the United States and Mexico
JK Blackburn
Emerging and Endemic Pathogens, 59-88, 2010
Ecological niche modeling of Bacillus anthracis on three continents: evidence for genetic-ecological divergence?
JC Mullins, G Garofolo, M Van Ert, A Fasanella, L Lukhnova, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e72451, 2013
Analyzing the spatial and temporal distribution of human brucellosis in Azerbaijan (1995-2009) using spatial and spatio-temporal statistics
R Abdullayev, I Kracalik, R Ismayilova, N Ustun, A Talibzade, ...
BMC infectious diseases 12 (1), 1-12, 2012
Confirmation of Bacillus anthracis from flesh-eating flies collected during a West Texas anthrax season
JK Blackburn, A Curtis, TL Hadfield, B O'Shea, MA Mitchell, ...
Journal of wildlife diseases 46 (3), 918-922, 2010
The necrophagous fly anthrax transmission pathway: empirical and genetic evidence from wildlife epizootics
JK Blackburn, M Van Ert, JC Mullins, TL Hadfield, ME Hugh-Jones
Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 14 (8), 576-583, 2014
Ecological Niche Modelling of the Bacillus anthracis A1. a sub-lineage in Kazakhstan
J Mullins, L Lukhnova, A Aikimbayev, Y Pazilov, M Van Ert, JK Blackburn
BMC ecology 11 (1), 1-14, 2011
Evidence of local persistence of human anthrax in the country of Georgia associated with environmental and anthropogenic factors
IT Kracalik, L Malania, N Tsertsvadze, J Manvelyan, L Bakanidze, ...
PLoS negl trop dis 7 (9), e2388, 2013
Mapping resource selection functions in wildlife studies: concerns and recommendations
LR Morris, KM Proffitt, JK Blackburn
Applied Geography 76, 173-183, 2016
A ubiquitous method for street scale spatial data collection and analysis in challenging urban environments: mapping health risks using spatial video in Haiti
A Curtis, JK Blackburn, JM Widmer, JG Morris Jr
International journal of health geographics 12 (1), 1-15, 2013
Differentiation of springtime vegetation indices associated with summer anthrax epizootics in west Texas, USA, deer
JK Blackburn, DG Goodin
Journal of wildlife diseases 49 (3), 699-703, 2013
Bangladesh anthrax outbreaks are probably caused by contaminated livestock feed
A Fasanella, G Garofolo, MJ Hossain, M Shamsuddin, JK Blackburn, ...
Epidemiology & Infection 141 (5), 1021-1028, 2013
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