Publications by: Hume Field

Also publishes as (Hume E. Field, H.E. Field)

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Merritt, Tony, Taylor, Kathryn, Cox-Witton, Keren, Field, Hume, Wingett, Kate, Mendez, Diana, Power, Michelle, and Durrheim, David (2018) Australian bat lyssavirus. Australian Journal of General Practice, 47 (3). pp. 93-96.

Preece, Noel D., Abell, Sandra E., Grogan, Laura, Wayne, Adrian, Skerratt, Lee F., Van Oosterzee, Penny, Shima, Amy, Daszak, Peter, Field, Hume, Reiss, Andrea, Berger, Lee, Rymer, Tasmin L., Fisher, Diana O., Lawes, Michael J., Laurance, Susan G., McCallum, Hamish, Esson, Carol, and Epstein, Jon H. (2017) A guide for ecologists: detecting the role of disease in faunal declines and managing population recovery. Biological Conservation, 214. pp. 136-146.

Peel, Alison J., Field, Hume E., Reid, Peter A., Plowright, Raina K., Broder, Christopher C., Skerratt, Lee F., Hayman, David T.S., Restif, Olivier, Taylor, Melanie, Martin, Gerardo, Crameri, Gary, Smith, Ina, Baker, Michelle, Marsh, Glenn A., Barr, Jennifer, Breed, Andrew C., Wood, James L.N., Dhand, Navneet, Toribio, Jenny-Ann, Cunningham, Andrew, Fulton, Ian, Bryden, Wayne L., Secombe, Cristy, and Wang, Lin-Fa (2016) The equine Hendra virus vaccine remains a highly effective preventative measure against infection in horses and humans: 'The imperative to develop a human vaccine for the Hendra virus in Australia'. Infection Ecology & Epidemiology, 6.

Hall, Jane, Rose, Karrie, Smith, Craig, De Jong, Carol, Phalen, David, Austen, Jill, and Field, Hume (2014) Health assessment of the Christmas Island flying fox (Pteropus melanotus natalis). Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 50 (3). pp. 447-458.

Field, H.E., Breed, A.C., Sheild, J., Hedlefs, R.M., Pittard, K., Pott, B., and Summers, P.M. (2007) Epidemiological perspectives on Hendra virus infection in horses and flying foxes. Australian Veterinary Journal, 85 (7). pp. 268-270.

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