Publications by: David Harley

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Viennet, Elvina, Ritchie, Scott A., Williams, Craig R., Faddy, Helen M., and Harley, David (2016) Public health responses to and challenges for the control of dengue transmission in high-income countries: four case studies. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (9). pp. 1-33.

Williams, C.R, Mincham, G., Faddy, H., Viennet, E., Ritchie, S.A., and Harley, D. (2016) Projections of increased and decreased dengue incidence under climate change. Epidemiology and Infection, 144 (14). pp. 3091-3100.

Williams, Craig R., Mincham, Gina, Ritchie, Scott A., Viennet, Elvina, and Harley, David (2014) Bionomic response of Aedes aegypti to two future climate change scenarios in far north Queensland, Australia: implications for dengue outbreaks. Parasites & Vectors, 7 (1). pp. 1-7.

Viennet, Elvina, Ritchie, Scott A., Faddy, Helen M., Williams, Craig R., and Harley, David (2014) Epidemiology of dengue in a high-income country: a case study in Queensland, Australia. Parasites & Vectors, 7. pp. 1-16.

Bannister-Tyrrell, Melanie, Williams, Craig, Ritchie, Scott A., Rau, Gina, Lindesay, Janette, Mercer, Geoff, and Harley, David (2013) Weather-driven variation in dengue activity in Australia examined using a process-based modeling approach. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 88 (1). pp. 65-72.

Jacups, Susan P., Whelan, Peter I., and Harley, David (2011) Arbovirus models to provide practical management tools for mosquito control and disease prevention in the Northern Territory, Australia. Journal of Medical Entomology, 48 (2). pp. 453-460.

Harley, David, Bossingham, David, Purdie, David M., Pandeya, Nirmala, and Sleigh, Adrian C. (2002) Ross River virus disease in tropical Queensland: evolution of rheumatic manifestations in an inception cohort followed for six months. Medical Journal of Australia, 177 (7). pp. 352-355.

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