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Byrne A, Vredenburg VT, Martel A, Pasmans F, Bell R, Blackburn D, Bletz M, Bosch J, Briggs CJ, Brown R et al..  2019.  Cryptic diversity of a widespread global pathogen reveals expanded threats to amphibian conservation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116(41)
Briggs CJ, Godfray HCJ.  1996.  The dynamics of insect-pathogen interactions in seasonal environments. Theoretical Population Biology. 50:149–177.
Briggs CJ.  2009.  Host-parasitoid interactions. The Princeton Guide to Ecology. :213–219.
Briggs CJ, Godfray HCJ.  1995.  The dynamics of insect-pathogen interactions in stage-structured populations. American Naturalist. :855–887.
Briggs CJ, Collier TR.  2001.  Autoparasitism, interference, and parasitoid-pest population dynamics. Theoretical Population Biology. 60:33–57.
Briggs CJ, Knapp RA, Vredenburg VT.  2010.  Enzootic and epizootic dynamics of the chytrid fungal pathogen of amphibians. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 107:9695–9700.
Briggs CJ, Nisbet RM, Murdoch WW.  1999.  Delayed feedback and multiple attractors in a host–parasitoid system. Journal of Mathematical Biology. 38:317–345.
Briggs CJ, Sait SM, Begon M, Thompson DJ, Godfray HCJ.  2000.  What causes generation cycles in populations of stored-product moths? Journal of Animal Ecology. :352–366.
Briggs CJ, Murdoch WW, Nisbet RM.  1999.  Recent developments in theory for biological control of insect pests by parasitoids. Theoretical approaches to biological control. :22–42.
Briggs CJ, Adam TC, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ.  2018.  Macroalgae size refuge from herbivory promotes alternative stable states on coral reefs.. PLoS One. 13(9):e0202273.
Briggs CJean.  1993.  The effect of multiple parasitoid species on the gall-forming midge, Rhopalomyia californica.
Briggs CJ.  1993.  Competition among parasitoid species on a stage-structured host and its effect on host suppression. American Naturalist. :372–397.
Briggs CJ, Nisbet RM, Murdoch WW.  1993.  Coexistence of competing parasitoid species on a host with a variable life cycle. Theoretical Population Biology. 44:341–373.
Briggs CJ, Latto J.  1996.  The window of vulnerability and its effect on relative parasitoid abundance. Ecological Entomology. 21:128–140.
Briggs CJ, Nisbet RM, Murdoch WW.  1993.  Coexistence of Competing Parasitoid Species.
Briggs CJ, Vredenburg VT, Knapp RA, Rachowicz LJ.  2005.  Investigating the population-level effects of chytridiomycosis: an emerging infectious disease of amphibians. Ecology. 86:3149–3159.
Briggs CJ, Hails RS, Barlow ND, Godfray HCJ.  1995.  The dynamics of insect–pathogen interactions. Ecology of infectious diseases in natural populations. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. :295–326.
Briggs CJ, Godfray HCJ.  1995.  Models of intermediate complexity in insect-pathogen interactions: population dynamics of the microsporidian pathogen, Nosema pyrausta, of the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis. Parasitology. 111:S71–S89.
Briggs CJ, Latto J.  2000.  The effect of dispersal on the population dynamics of a gall-forming midge and its parasitoids. Journal of Animal Ecology. 69:96–105.
Briggs CJ, Cravatts MR.  1988.  A VLSI Building Block For Massively Parallel Computation Abhaya Asthana Boyd Mathews. FGCS'88. 3:879.
Briggs CJ, Hoopes MF.  2004.  Stabilizing effects in spatial parasitoid–host and predator–prey models: a review. Theoretical population biology. 65:299–315.
Briggs CJ, Nisbet RM, Murdoch WW, Collier TR, Metz JAJ.  1995.  Dynamical effects of host-feeding in parasitoids. Journal of Animal Ecology. :403–416.
Briggs CJ, Latto J.  2001.  Interactions between the egg and larval parasitoids of a gall-forming midge and their impact on the host. Ecological Entomology. 26:109–116.
Brannelly L, McCallum H, Grogan L, Briggs C, Ribas M, Hollanders M, Sasso T, López MFamiliar, Newell D, Kilpatrick AM.  2021.  Mechanisms underlying host persistence following amphibian disease emergence determine appropriate management strategies. Ecology Letters. 24(1)