Suzanne L Robertson
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Identifiability and estimation of multiple transmission pathways in cholera and waterborne disease
MC Eisenberg, SL Robertson, JH Tien
Journal of theoretical biology 324, 84-102, 2013
Heterogeneity in multiple transmission pathways: modelling the spread of cholera and other waterborne disease in networks with a common water source
SL Robertson, MC Eisenberg, JH Tien
Journal of biological dynamics 7 (1), 254-275, 2013
A matter of maturity: to delay or not to delay? Continuous-time compartmental models of structured populations in the literature 2000-2016
SL Robertson, SM Henson, T Robertson, JM Cushing
Natural Resource Modeling, 2018
A host stage-structured model of enzootic West Nile virus transmission to explore the effect of avian stage-dependent exposure to vectors
SL Robertson, KA CaillouŽt
Journal of theoretical biology 399, 33-42, 2016
Analysis of a waterborne disease model with socioeconomic classes
OC Collins, SL Robertson, KS Govinder
Mathematical Biosciences 269, 86-93, 2015
Spatial segregation in stage-structured populations with an application to Tribolium
SL Robertson, JM Cushing
Journal of Biological Dynamics 5 (5), 398-409, 2011
A bifurcation analysis of stage-structured density dependent integrodifference equations
SL Robertson, JM Cushing
Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications 388 (1), 490-499, 2012
Predicting irregularities in population cycles
SM Henson, JR Reilly, SL Robertson, MC Schu, EWD Rozier, JM Cushing
SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems 2 (2), 238-253, 2003
Temporal and spatial impacts of hurricane damage on West Nile virus transmission and human risk
KA CaillouŽt, SL Robertson
Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 36 (2s), 106-119, 2020
Life stages: Interactions and spatial patterns
SL Robertson, JM Cushing, RF Costantino
Bulletin of mathematical biology 74, 491-508, 2012
Spatial patterns in stage-structured populations with density dependent dispersal
SL Robertson
The University of Arizona, 2009
Methods for prophylactic management of West Nile virus using a stage-structured avian host-vector model with vaccination, larvicide, and adulticide
E Schaefer, KA CaillouŽt, SL Robertson
Natural Resource Modeling, 2018
Mathematical Modeling of the Effects of Nutrient Competition and Bile Acid Metabolism by the Gut Microbiota on Colonization Resistance Against Clostridium difficile
A Fleming-Davies, S Jabbari, SL Robertson, TSN Asih, C Lanzas, ...
Women in Mathematical Biology: Research Collaboration Workshop, NIMBioS†…, 2017
Habitat selection under the risk of infectious disease
SL Robertson, IM Hamilton
Evolutionary Ecology Research 14 (1), 51-72, 2012
Managing disease outbreaks: The importance of vector mobility and spatially heterogeneous control
J Demers, S Bewick, F Agusto, KA CaillouŽt, WF Fagan, SL Robertson
PLoS computational biology 16 (8), e1008136, 2020
A two-species stage-structured model for West Nile virus transmission
TA Beebe, SL Robertson
Letters in Biomathematics 4 (1), 112, 2017
Implicit versus explicit vector management strategies in models for vector-borne disease epidemiology
J Demers, SL Robertson, S Bewick, WF Fagan
Journal of Mathematical Biology 84 (6), 48, 2022
The effects of allelochemical transfer on the dynamics of hosts, parasitoids, and competing hyperparasitoids
MP Zimmerman, DM Chan, KM Kester, RC Rael, SL Robertson
Natural Resource Modeling 34 (3), e12311, 2021
Statistical tools for the interpretation of enzootic West Nile virus transmission dynamics
KA CaillouŽt, S Robertson
West Nile Virus: Methods and Protocols, 221-234, 2016
Modeling Populations of Flour Beetles
S Robertson
Statistics Case Studies 121, 2009
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