Items by Adams, Ben
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Falcon-Lezama, J., Velasco, M., Martinez, R., Castaneda, J. and Adams, B., 2016. Day-to-day population movement and the management of dengue epidemics. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology
Gaythorpe, K. and Adams, B., 2016. Disease and disaster:optimal deployment of epidemic control facilities in a spatially heterogeneous population with changing behaviour. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 397, pp. 169-178. Item availability may be restricted.
Adams, B., 2016. Household demographic determinants of Ebola epidemic risk. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 392, pp. 99-106.
Greenman, J. V. and Adams, B., 2015. The exclusion problem in seasonally forced epidemiological systems. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 367, pp. 49-60.
Woodall, H. and Adams, B., 2014. Partial cross-enhancement in models for dengue epidemiology. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 351, pp. 67-73.
Adams, B. and McHardy, A. C., 2011. The impact of seasonal and year-round transmission regimes on the evolution of influenza A virus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 278 (1716), pp. 2249-2256.
Omori, R. and Adams, B., 2011. Disrupting seasonality to control disease outbreaks:the case of koi herpes virus. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 271 (1), pp. 159-165.
Adams, B. and Boots, M., 2010. How important is vertical transmission in mosquitoes for the persistence of dengue? Insights from a mathematical model. Epidemics, 2 (1), pp. 1-10.
Omori, R., Adams, B. and Sasaki, A., 2010. Coexistence conditions for strains of influenza with immune cross-reaction. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 262 (1), pp. 48-57.
Adams, B. and Sasaki, A., 2009. Antigenic distance and cross-immunity, invasibility and coexistence of pathogen strains in an epidemiological model with discrete antigenic space. Theoretical Population Biology, 76 (3), pp. 157-167.
McHardy, A. C. and Adams, B., 2009. The role of genomics in tracking the evolution of influenza A virus. PLoS Pathogens, 5 (10), e1000566.
Adams, B. and Kapan, D. D., 2009. Man bites mosquito:understanding the contribution of human movement to vector-borne disease dynamics. PLoS ONE, 4 (8), e6763.
Adams, B. and Sasaki, A., 2007. Cross-immunity, invasion and coexistence of pathogen strains in epidemiological models with one-dimensional antigenic space. Mathematical Biosciences, 210 (2), pp. 680-699.
Irie, T. and Adams, B., 2007. Sexual dimorphism in soft body weight in adult Monetaria annulus (Family Cypraeidae). Veliger, 49 (3), pp. 209-211.
Adams, B. and Boots, M., 2007. The influence of immune cross-reaction on phase structure in resonant solutions of a multi-strain seasonal SIR model. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 248 (1), pp. 202-211.
Adams, B. and Boots, M., 2006. Modelling the relationship between antibody-dependent enhancement and immunological distance with application to dengue. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 242 (2), pp. 337-346.
Adams, B., Holmes, E. C., Zhang, C., Mammen, M. P., Nimmannitya, S., Kalayanarooj, S. and Boots, M., 2006. Cross-protective immunity can account for the alternating epidemic pattern of dengue virus serotypes circulating in Bangkok. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 103 (38), pp. 14234-14239.
Adams, B., White, A. and Lenton, T. M., 2004. An analysis of some diverse approaches to modelling terrestrial net primary productivity. Ecological Modelling, 177 (3-4), pp. 353-391.
Adams, B., Carr, J., Lenton, T. M. and White, A., 2003. One-dimensional daisyworld:spatial interactions and pattern formation. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 223 (4), pp. 505-513.
Adams, B. and Carr, J., 2003. Spatial pattern formation in a model of vegetation-climate feedback. Nonlinearity, 16 (4), pp. 1339-1357.