Chelsea Wood
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Parasites alter community structure
CL Wood, JE Byers, KL Cottingham, I Altman, MJ Donahue, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (22), 9335-9339, 2007
Biodiversity and disease: a synthesis of ecological perspectives on Lyme disease transmission
CL Wood, KD Lafferty
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28 (4), 239-247, 2013
Does biodiversity protect humans against infectious disease?
CL Wood, KD Lafferty, G DeLeo, HS Young, PJ Hudson, AM Kuris
Ecology 95 (4), 817-832, 2014
Towards common ground in the biodiversity–disease debate
JR Rohr, DJ Civitello, FW Halliday, PJ Hudson, KD Lafferty, CL Wood, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (1), 24-33, 2020
Global assessment of schistosomiasis control over the past century shows targeting the snail intermediate host works best
SH Sokolow, CL Wood, IJ Jones, SJ Swartz, M Lopez, MH Hsieh, ...
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 10 (7), e0004794, 2016
A global parasite conservation plan
CJ Carlson, S Hopkins, KC Bell, J Doña, SS Godfrey, ML Kwak, ...
Biological Conservation 250, 108596, 2020
A world without parasites: exploring the hidden ecology of infection
CL Wood, PTJ Johnson
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (8), 425-434, 2015
Human infectious disease burdens decrease with urbanization but not with biodiversity
CL Wood, A McInturff, HS Young, DH Kim, KD Lafferty
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 372, 20160117, 2017
Fishing out marine parasites? Impacts of fishing on rates of parasitism in the ocean
CL Wood, KD Lafferty, F Micheli
Ecology Letters 13 (6), 761-775, 2010
Habitat heterogeneity drives the host‐diversity‐begets‐parasite‐diversity relationship: evidence from experimental and field studies
PTJ Johnson, CL Wood, MB Joseph, DL Preston, SE Haas, YP Springer
Ecology letters 19 (7), 752-761, 2016
Does habitat disturbance increase infectious disease risk for primates?
H Young, RH Griffin, CL Wood, CL Nunn
Ecology Letters 16 (5), 656-663, 2013
Nearly 400 million people are at higher risk of schistosomiasis because dams block the migration of snail-eating river prawns
S Sokolow, I Jones, M Jocque, D La, O Cords, A Knight, A Lund, C Wood, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 372, 20160127, 2017
To reduce the global burden of human schistosomiasis, use ‘old fashioned’snail control
SH Sokolow, CL Wood, IJ Jones, KD Lafferty, AM Kuris, MH Hsieh, ...
Trends in parasitology 34 (1), 23-40, 2018
Fishing drives declines in fish parasite diversity and has variable effects on parasite abundance
CL Wood, SA Sandin, B Zgliczynski, AS Guerra, F Micheli
Ecology 95 (7), 1929-1946, 2014
It’s a myth that protection against disease is a strong and general service of biodiversity conservation: Response to Ostfeld and Keesing
KD Lafferty, CL Wood
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28 (9), 503-504, 2013
Precision mapping of snail habitat provides a powerful indicator of human schistosomiasis transmission
CL Wood, SH Sokolow, IJ Jones, AJ Chamberlin, KD Lafferty, AM Kuris, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (46), 23182-23191, 2019
It’s a wormy world: Meta‐analysis reveals several decades of change in the global abundance of the parasitic nematodes Anisakis spp. and Pseudoterranova spp …
EA Fiorenza, CA Wendt, KA Dobkowski, TL King, M Pappaionou, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (5), 2854-2866, 2020
How have fisheries affected parasite communities?
CL Wood, KD Lafferty
Parasitology 142 (1), 134-144, 2015
An Invasive Fish and the Time-Lagged Spread of Its Parasite across the Hawaiian Archipelago
MR Gaither, G Aeby, M Vignon, Y Meguro, M Rigby, C Runyon, ...
PloS One 8 (2), e56940, 2013
Marine protected areas facilitate parasite populations among four fished host species of central Chile
CL Wood, F Micheli, M Fernández, S Gelcich, JC Castilla, J Carvajal
Journal of Animal Ecology, doi:10.1111/1365-2656.121, 2013
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