Rachel A Taylor
Rachel A Taylor
Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA)
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Moving forward in circles: challenges and opportunities in modelling population cycles
F Barraquand, S Louca, KC Abbott, CA Cobbold, F Cordoleani, ...
Ecology Letters 20 (8), 1074-1092, 2017
The Risk of Infection by African Swine Fever Virus in European Swine Through Boar Movement and Legal Trade of Pigs and Pig Meat
RA Taylor, R Condoleo, RRL Simons, P Gale, LA Kelly, EL Snary
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 6, 486, 2020
How do variations in seasonality affect population cycles?
RA Taylor, A White, JA Sherratt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1754), 20122714, 2013
Mathematical models are a powerful method to understand and control the spread of Huanglongbing
RA Taylor, EA Mordecai, CA Gilligan, JR Rohr, LR Johnson
PeerJ 4, e2642, 2016
Seasonal forcing and multi-year cycles in interacting populations: lessons from a predator–prey model
RA Taylor, JA Sherratt, A White
Journal of mathematical biology 67 (6-7), 1741-1764, 2013
Hunting, food subsidies, and mesopredator release: the dynamics of crop‐raiding baboons in a managed landscape
RA Taylor, SJ Ryan, JS Brashares, LR Johnson
Ecology 97 (4), 951-960, 2016
Predicting the fundamental thermal niche of crop pests and diseases in a changing world: a case study on citrus greening
RA Taylor, SJ Ryan, CA Lippi, DG Hall, HA Narouei‐Khandan, JR Rohr, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 56 (8), 2057-2068, 2019
Predicting spread and effective control measures for African swine fever–should we blame the boars?
RA Taylor, T Podgórski, RRL Simons, S Ip, P Gale, LA Kelly, EL Snary
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2020
Plasmodium vivax readiness to transmit: implication for malaria eradication
SR Adapa, RA Taylor, C Wang, R Thomson-Luque, LR Johnson, ...
BMC Systems Biology 13 (1), 5, 2019
A spatial risk assessment model framework for incursion of exotic animal disease into the European Union Member States
RRL Simons, V Horigan, S Ip, RA Taylor, MI Crescio, C Maurella, ...
Microbial Risk Analysis 13, 100075, 2019
A generic framework for spatial quantitative risk assessments of infectious diseases: Lumpy skin disease case study
RA Taylor, ADC Berriman, P Gale, LA Kelly, EL Snary
Transboundary and emerging diseases 66 (1), 131-143, 2019
Cross-validation of generic risk assessment tools for animal disease incursion based on a case study for African swine fever
CJ De Vos, RA Taylor, RRL Simons, H Roberts, C Hultén, AA De Koeijer, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7, 56, 2020
The effect of seasonal strength and abruptness on predator–prey dynamics
AMC Sauve, RA Taylor, F Barraquand
Journal of Theoretical Biology 491, 110175, 2020
The risk of introducing SARS-CoV-2 to the UK via international travel in August 2020
R Taylor, CA McCarthy, V Patel, R Moir, L Kelly, E Snary
medRxiv, 2020
Generic approaches for Risk Assessment of Infectious animal Disease introduction (G‐RAID)
CJ De Vos, RA Taylor, RRL Simons, H Roberts, C Hultén, AA De Koeijer, ...
EFSA Supporting Publications 16 (11), 2019
Seasonal forcing in a host–macroparasite system
RA Taylor, A White, JA Sherratt
Journal of theoretical biology 365, 55-66, 2015
Modelling the temperature suitability for the risk of West Nile Virus establishment in European Culex pipiens populations
G Di Pol, M Crotta, RA Taylor
Transboundary and Emerging Diseases, 2022
An improved methodology for estimating the prevalence of SARS-CoV-2
V Patel, C McCarthy, RA Taylor, R Moir, LA Kelly, EL Snary
medRxiv, 2020
Risk assessment for recrudescence of avian influenza in caged layer houses following depopulation: the effect of cleansing, disinfection and dismantling of equipment
P Gale, S Sechi, V Horigan, R Taylor, I Brown, L Kelly
Animal 14 (7), 1536-1545, 2020
A semi-quantitative model for ranking the risk of incursion of exotic animal pathogens into a European Union Member State
R Condoleo, RA Taylor, RRL Simons, P Gale, Z Mezher, H Roberts
Microbial Risk Analysis 18, 100175, 2021
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