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Briggs CJ, Latto J.  1996.  The window of vulnerability and its effect on relative parasitoid abundance. Ecological Entomology. 21:128–140.
Briggs CJ, Borer ET.  2005.  WHY SHORT-TERM EXPERIMENTS MAY NOT ALLOW LONG-TERM PREDICTIONS ABOUT INTRAGUILD PREDATION. Ecological Applications. 15:1111–1117.
Briggs CJ, Borer ET.  2005.  WHY SHORT-TERM EXPERIMENTS MAY NOT ALLOW LONG-TERM PREDICTIONS ABOUT INTRAGUILD PREDATION. Ecological Applications. 15:1111–1117.
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.
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.
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.
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, 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.
Drawert B, Griesemer M, Petzold LR, Briggs CJ.  2017.  Using stochastic epidemiological models to evaluate conservation strategies for endangered amphibians. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 14(133):20170480.
Stutz WE, Blaustein AR, Briggs CJ, Hoverman JT, Rohr JR, Johnson PTJ.  2017.  Using multi- response models to investigate pathogen coinfections across scales: Insights from emerging diseases of amphibians. Methods Ecol Evol.. 9:1120.
Stutz WE, Blaustein AR, Briggs CJ, Hoverman JT, Rohr JR, Johnson PTJ.  2017.  Using multi- response models to investigate pathogen coinfections across scales: Insights from emerging diseases of amphibians. Methods Ecol Evol.. 9:1120.
Grant EHC, Muths E, Katz RA, Canessa S, Adams MJ, , Berger L, Briggs CJ, al. et..  2017.  Using decision analysis to support proactive management of emerging infectious wildlife diseases. The Ecological Society of America, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 15(4):214-221.
Grant EHC, Muths E, Katz RA, Canessa S, Adams MJ, , Berger L, Briggs CJ, al. et..  2017.  Using decision analysis to support proactive management of emerging infectious wildlife diseases. The Ecological Society of America, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 15(4):214-221.
Nisbet RM, Briggs CJ, Gurney WSC, Murdoch WW, Stewart-Oaten A.  1993.  Two-patch metapopulation dynamics. Lecture notes in biomathematics. 96:125–135.
MacDonald AJ, Briggs CJ.  2016.  Truncated seasonal activity patterns of the western blacklegged tick (Ixodes pacificus) in central and southern California. Ticks and tick-borne diseases. 7:234–242.
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.
MacDonald AJ, Briggs CJ.  2015.  Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases.
Murdoch WW, Briggs CJ.  1996.  Theory for biological control: recent developments. Ecology. :2001–2013.
Borer ET, Briggs CJ, Murdoch WW, Swarbrick SL.  2003.  Testing intraguild predation theory in a field system: does numerical dominance shift along a gradient of productivity? Ecology Letters. 6:929–935.

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