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Woodhams DC, Bosch J, Briggs CJ, Cashins S, Davis LR, Lauer A, Muths E, Puschendorf R, Schmidt BR, Sheafor B et al..  2011.  Mitigating amphibian disease: strategies to maintain wild populations and control chytridiomycosis. Frontiers in Zoology. 8:1.
Voyles J, A Kilpatrick M, Collins JP, Fisher MC, Frick WF, McCallum H, Willis CKR, Blehert DS, Murray KA, Puschendorf R et al..  2014.  Moving beyond too little, too late: Managing emerging infectious diseases in wild populations requires international policy and partnerships. EcoHealth. 2014:1–4.
Rohani P, Wearing HJ, Cameron T, Sait SM.  2003.  Natural enemy specialization and the period of population cycles. Ecology Letters. 6:381–384.
Kendall BE, Ellner SP, McCauley E, Wood SN, Briggs CJ, Murdoch WW, Turchin P.  2005.  Population cycles in the pine looper moth: Dynamical tests of mechanistic hypotheses. Ecological Monographs. 75:259–276.
Turchin P, Briggs CJ, Ellner SP, Fischlin A, Kendall BE, McCauley E, Murdoch WW, Wood SN.  2002.  Population cycles of the larch budmoth in Switzerland. Population cycles: the case for trophic interactions (ed. AA Berryman). :130–141.
Woodhams D, Rollins-Smith L, Reinert L, Lam B, Harris R, Briggs CJ, Vredenburg VT, Patel B, Caprioli R, Chaurand P et al..  2020.  Probiotics modulate a novel amphibian skin defense peptide that is antifungal and facilitates growth of antifungal bacteria. Microbial Ecology. 79(1)
Woodhams DC, Rollins-Smith LA, Reinert LK, Lam BA, Harris RN, Briggs CJ, Vredenburg VT, Patel BT, Caprioli RM, Chaurand P et al..  2019.  Probiotics Modulate a Novel Amphibian Skin Defense Peptide That Is Antifungal and Facilitates Growth of Antifungal Bacteria.. Microb Ecol.
Wilber MQ, Carter EDavis, Gray MJ, Briggs CJ.  2021.  Putative resistance and tolerance mechanisms have little impact on disease progression for an emerging salamander pathogen. Functional Ecology. 35(4)
Wilber MQ, Carter EDavis, Gray MJ, Briggs CJ.  2021.  Putative resistance and tolerance mechanisms have little impact on disease progression for an emerging salamander pathogen. Functional Ecology. 35(4)
Wilber MQ, Knapp RA, Toothman M, Briggs CJ.  2017.  Resistance, tolerance and environmental transmission dynamics determine host extinction risk in a load-dependent amphibian disease. Ecology Letters. 20(9):1169-1181.
Harris RN, Brucker RM, Walke JB, Becker MH, Schwantes CR, Flaherty DC, Lam BA, Woodhams DC, Briggs CJ, Vredenburg VT et al..  2009.  Skin microbes on frogs prevent morbidity and mortality caused by a lethal skin fungus. The ISME journal. 3:818–824.
Harris RN, Brucker RM, Walke JB, Becker MH, Schwantes CR, Flaherty DC, Lam BA, Woodhams DC, Briggs CJ, Vredenburg VT et al..  2009.  Skin microbes on frogs prevent morbidity and mortality caused by a lethal skin fungus. The ISME journal. 3:818–824.
Woodhams DC, Vredenburg VT, Simon M-A, Billheimer D, Shakhtour B, Shyr Y, Briggs CJ, Rollins-Smith LA, Harris RN.  2007.  Symbiotic bacteria contribute to innate immune defenses of the threatened mountain yellow-legged frog, Rana muscosa. Biological conservation. 138:390–398.
Woodhams DC, Geiger CC, Reinert LK, Rollins-Smith LA, Lam B, Harris RN, Briggs CJ, Vredenburg VT, Voyles J.  2012.  Treatment of amphibians infected with chytrid fungus: learning from failed trials with itraconazole, antimicrobial peptides, bacteria, and heat therapy. Diseases of aquatic organisms. 98:11–25.
Wilson EA, Briggs CJ, Dudley TL.  2014.  When African clawed frogs invade: indirect interactions between native and invasive amphibians. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. 113:140–142.
Wilber MQ, Johnson PTJ, Briggs CJ.  2017.  When can we infer mechanism from parasite aggregation? A constraint-based approach to disease ecology Ecology. 98(3):688-702.
Wilber M, Johnson P, Briggs C.  2019.  When chytrid fungus invades: integrating theory and data to understand disease-induced am-phibian declines. Wildlife disease ecology: linking theory to data and application.
Kendall BE, Briggs CJ, Murdoch WW, Turchin P, Ellner SP, McCauley E, Nisbet RM, Wood SN.  1999.  Why do populations cycle? A synthesis of statistical and mechanistic modeling approaches Ecology. 80:1789–1805.

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