Nicholas J Clark
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A review of global diversity in avian haemosporidians (Plasmodium and Haemoproteus: Haemosporida): new insights from molecular data
NJ Clark, SM Clegg, MR Lima
International journal for parasitology 44 (5), 329-338, 2014
Airborne geographical dispersal of Q fever from livestock holdings to human communities: a systematic review and critical appraisal of evidence
NJ Clark, RJ Soares Magalhães
BMC infectious diseases 18, 1-9, 2018
Climate variation influences host specificity in avian malaria parasites
A Fecchio, K Wells, JA Bell, VV Tkach, HL Lutz, JD Weckstein, SM Clegg, ...
Ecology letters 22 (3), 547-557, 2019
Co‐infections and environmental conditions drive the distributions of blood parasites in wild birds
NJ Clark, K Wells, D Dimitrov, SM Clegg
Journal of Animal Ecology 85 (6), 1461-1470, 2016
Parasite spread at the domestic animal - wildlife interface: anthropogenic habitat use, phylogeny and body mass drive risk of cat and dog flea (Ctenocephalides spp …
NJ Clark, JM Seddon, J Šlapeta, K Wells
Parasites & vectors 11, 1-11, 2018
Integrating phylogenetic and ecological distances reveals new insights into parasite host specificity
NJ Clark, SM Clegg
Molecular Ecology 26 (11), 3074-3086, 2017
An inverse latitudinal gradient in infection probability and phylogenetic diversity for Leucocytozoon blood parasites in New World birds
A Fecchio, JA Bell, M Bosholn, JA Vaughan, VV Tkach, HL Lutz, VR Cueto, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (2), 423-435, 2020
Climate, host phylogeny and the connectivity of host communities govern regional parasite assembly
NJ Clark, SM Clegg, K Sam, W Goulding, B Koane, K Wells
Diversity and Distributions 24 (1), 13-23, 2018
Host specificity in variable environments
K Wells, NJ Clark
Trends in Parasitology 35 (6), 452-465, 2019
Global spread of helminth parasites at the human–domestic animal–wildlife interface
K Wells, DI Gibson, NJ Clark, A Ribas, S Morand, HI McCallum
Global Change Biology 24 (7), 3254-3265, 2018
Out-of-Africa, human-mediated dispersal of the common cat flea, Ctenocephalides felis: The hitchhiker’s guide to world domination
AL Lawrence, CE Webb, NJ Clark, A Halajian, AD Mihalca, J Miret, ...
International journal for parasitology 49 (5), 321-336, 2019
Synchronous shedding of multiple bat paramyxoviruses coincides with peak periods of Hendra virus spillover
AJ Peel, K Wells, J Giles, V Boyd, A Burroughs, D Edson, G Crameri, ...
Emerging microbes & infections 8 (1), 1314-1323, 2019
Unravelling changing interspecific interactions across environmental gradients using Markov random fields
NJ Clark, K Wells, O Lindberg
Ecology 99 (6), 1277-1283, 2018
Differences in host species relationships and biogeographic influences produce contrasting patterns of prevalence, community composition and genetic structure in two genera of …
S Olsson‐Pons, NJ Clark, F Ishtiaq, SM Clegg
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (4), 985-998, 2015
Specialist enemies, generalist weapons and the potential spread of exotic pathogens: malaria parasites in a highly invasive bird
NJ Clark, S Olsson-Pons, F Ishtiaq, SM Clegg
International Journal for Parasitology 45 (14), 891-899, 2015
Phylogenetic uniqueness, not latitude, explains the diversity of avian blood parasite communities worldwide
NJ Clark
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2018
Migration strategy and pathogen risk: non‐breeding distribution drives malaria prevalence in migratory waders
NJ Clark, SM Clegg, M Klaassen
Oikos 125 (9), 1358-1368, 2016
Global drivers of avian haemosporidian infections vary across zoogeographical regions
A Fecchio, NJ Clark, JA Bell, HR Skeen, HL Lutz, GM De La Torre, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (12), 2393-2406, 2021
Emergence of canine parvovirus subtype 2b (CPV-2b) infections in Australian dogs
NJ Clark, JM Seddon, M Kyaw-Tanner, J Al-Alawneh, G Harper, ...
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 58, 50-55, 2018
Global patterns in helminth host specificity: phylogenetic and functional diversity of regional host species pools matter
K Wells, DI Gibson, NJ Clark
Ecography 42 (3), 416-427, 2019
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