Prof C.A. Gilligan
Prof C.A. Gilligan
Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge
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Importance of food-demand management for climate mitigation
B Bajželj, KS Richards, JM Allwood, P Smith, JS Dennis, E Curmi, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (10), 924-929, 2014
The consequence of tree pests and diseases for ecosystem services
IL Boyd, PH Freer-Smith, CA Gilligan, HCJ Godfray
Science 342 (6160), 1235773, 2013
The persistent threat of emerging plant disease pandemics to global food security
JB Ristaino, PK Anderson, DP Bebber, KA Brauman, NJ Cunniffe, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (23), e2022239118, 2021
Biodiversity and ecosystem function in soil
AH Fitter, CA Gilligan, K Hollingworth, A Kleczkowski, RM Twyman, ...
Functional Ecology 19 (3), 369-377, 2005
A modelling framework to assess the likely effectiveness of facemasks in combination with ‘lock-down’in managing the COVID-19 pandemic
ROJH Stutt, R Retkute, M Bradley, CA Gilligan, J Colvin
Proceedings of the Royal Society A 476 (2238), 20200376, 2020
Metapopulation dynamics of bubonic plague
MJ Keeling, CA Gilligan
Nature 407 (6806), 903-906, 2000
Phenotypic and Genotypic Characterization of Race TKTTF of Puccinia graminis f. sp. tritici that Caused a Wheat Stem Rust Epidemic in Southern Ethiopia in 2013 …
P Olivera, M Newcomb, LJ Szabo, M Rouse, J Johnson, S Gale, ...
Phytopathology 105 (7), 917-928, 2015
Persistence thresholds for phocine distemper virus infection in harbour seal Phoca vitulina metapopulations
Swinton, Harwood, Grenfell, Gilligan
Journal of Animal Ecology 67 (1), 54-68, 1998
Bubonic plague: a metapopulation model of a zoonosis
MJ Keeling, CA Gilligan
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
Epidemiological modeling of invasion in heterogeneous landscapes: spread of sudden oak death in California (1990–2030)
RK Meentemeyer, NJ Cunniffe, AR Cook, JAN Filipe, RD Hunter, ...
Ecosphere 2 (2), 1-24, 2011
Sustainable agriculture and plant diseases: an epidemiological perspective
CA Gilligan
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
Optimal control of epidemics in metapopulations
RE Rowthorn, R Laxminarayan, CA Gilligan
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 6 (41), 1135-1144, 2009
Epidemiological models for invasion and persistence of pathogens
CA Gilligan, F van den Bosch
Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 46 (1), 385-418, 2008
Modeling when, where, and how to manage a forest epidemic, motivated by sudden oak death in California
NJ Cunniffe, RC Cobb, RK Meentemeyer, DM Rizzo, CA Gilligan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (20), 5640-5645, 2016
Thirteen challenges in modelling plant diseases
NJ Cunniffe, B Koskella, CJE Metcalf, S Parnell, TR Gottwald, CA Gilligan
Epidemics 10, 6-10, 2015
Ecosystem transformation by emerging infectious disease: loss of large tanoak from California forests
RC Cobb, JAN Filipe, RK Meentemeyer, CA Gilligan, DM Rizzo
Journal of Ecology 100 (3), 712-722, 2012
Models of fungicide resistance dynamics
F van den Bosch, CA Gilligan
Annu. Rev. Phytopathol. 46 (1), 123-147, 2008
An epidemiological framework for disease management
CA Gilligan
Academic Press 38, 1-64, 2002
Effect of bulk density on the spatial organisation of the fungus Rhizoctonia solani in soil
K Harris, IM Young, CA Gilligan, W Otten, K Ritz
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 44 (1), 45-56, 2003
Soil physics, fungal epidemiology and the spread of Rhizoctonia solani
W Otten, D Hall, K Harris, K Ritz, IM Young, CA Gilligan
New Phytologist 151 (2), 459-468, 2001
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