Andrew Townsend Peterson

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Publications of Andrew Townsend Peterson (27 listed):

Experimental and Applied Acarology (2020) 80, 227-245
R.K. Raghavan, A.C.G. Heath, K.E. Lawrence, R.R. Ganta, A.T. Peterson and W.E. Pomroy (2020)
Predicting the potential distribution of Amblyomma americanum (Acari: Ixodidae) infestation in New Zealand, using maximum entropy-based ecological niche modelling

Journal of Entomological Science (2020) 55, 25-37
Ahmed Tabbabi, Abdelghafar A. Alkishe, Abdallah M. Samy, Adel Rhim and A. Townsend Peterson (2020)
Malaria in North Africa: A review of the status of vectors and parasites

Journal of Medical Entomology (2020) 57, 1168-1175
Koffi Mensah Ahadji-Dabla, Daniel Romero-Alvarez, Innocent Djègbè, Adjovi Djifa Amoudji, Georges Yawo Apétogbo, Rousseau Djouaka, Komlanvi Oboussoumi, Agnidoufèyi Aawi, Tinah Atcha-Oubou, A. Townsend Peterson and Guillaume Koffivi Ketoh (2020)
Potential roles of environmental and socio-economic factors in the distribution of insecticide resistance in Anopheles gambiae sensu lato (Culicidae: Diptera) across Togo, West Africa

PLoS ONE (2019) 14 (12 - e0226617)
Lindsay P. Campbell, Daniel C. Reuman, Joel Lutomiah, A. Townsend Peterson, Kenneth J. Linthicum, Seth C. Britch, Assaf Anyamba and Rosemary Sang (2019)
Predicting abundances of Aedes mcintoshi, a primary Rift Valley fever virus mosquito vector

PLoS ONE (2017) 12 (6 - e0179093)
Mariano Altamiranda-Saavedra, Sair Arboleda, Juan L. Parra, A. Townsend Peterson and Margarita M. Correa (2017)
Potential distribution of mosquito vector species in a primary malaria endemic region of Colombia

Journal of Medical Entomology (2017) 54, 1080-1084
A. Townsend Peterson and Ram K. Raghavan (2017)
The geographic distribution of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) revisited: The importance of assumptions about error balance

Biological Invasions (2017) 19, 2519-2532
Geng-Ping Zhu and A. Townsend Peterson (2017)
Do consensus models outperform individual models? Transferability evaluations of diverse modeling approaches for an invasive moth

Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz (2015) 110, 339-352
Janine M. Ramsey, A. Townsend Peterson, Oscar Carmona-Castro, David A. Moo-Llanes, Yoshinori Nakazawa, Morgan Butrick, Ezequiel Tun-Ku, Keynes de la Cruz-Félix and Carlos N. Ibarra-Cerdeña (2015)
Atlas of Mexican Triatominae (Reduviidae: Hemiptera) and vector transmission of Chagas disease

Parasites and Vectors (2014) 7 (238) - Distributional potential of ...
Jane Costa, L. Lynnette Dornak, Carlos Eduardo Almeida and A. Townsend Peterson (2014)
Distributional potential of the Triatoma brasiliensis species complex at present and under scenarios of future climate conditions

PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases (2014) 8 (10 - e3266)
Carlos N. Ibarra-Cerdeña, Alejandro Zaldívar-Riverón, A. Townsend Peterson, Víctor Sánchez-Cordero and Janine M. Ramsey (2014)
Phylogeny and niche conservatism in North and Central American triatomine bugs (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Triatominae), vectors of Chagas' disease

Parasites and Vectors (2014) 7 (189) - Invasive potential of ...
John R. Giles, A. Townsend Peterson, Joseph D. Busch, Pia U. Olafson, Glen A. Scoles, Ronald B. Davey, J. Mathews Pound, Diane M. Kammlah, Kimberly H. Lohmeyer and David M. Wagner (2014)
Invasive potential of cattle fever ticks in the southern United States

Journal of Vector Ecology (2012) 37, 37-48
Sair Arboleda, Nicolás Jaramillo-O. and A. Townsend Peterson (2012)
Spatial and temporal dynamics of Aedes aegypti larval sites in Bello, Colombia

Florida Entomologist (2012) 95, 659-673
K.K.M. Fiaboe, A.T. Peterson, M.T.K. Kairo and A.L. Roda (2012)
Predicting the potential worldwide distribution of the red palm weevil Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Olivier) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) using ecological niche modeling

Journal of Vector Ecology (2011) 36, S71-S76
Sinval P. Brandão-Filho, Maria Rita Donalisio, Fernando José da Silva, Hélio França Valença, Pietra Lemos Costa, Jeffrey J. Shaw and A. Townsend Peterson (2011)
Spatial and temporal patterns of occurrence of Lutzomyia sand fly species in an endemic area for cutaneous leishmaniasis in the Atlantic Forest region of northeast Brazil
Special Issue: Sand Fly Research and Control

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2010) 100, 35-48
M. De Meyer, M.P. Robertson, M.W. Mansell, S. Ekesi, K. Tsuruta, W. Mwaiko, J.-F. Vayssières and A.T. Peterson (2010)
Ecological niche and potential geographic distribution of the invasive fruit fly Bactrocera invadens (Diptera, Tephritidae)

Biological Invasions (2009) 11, 1017-1031
Núria Roura-Pascual, Lluís Brotons, A. Townsend Peterson and Wilfried Thuiller (2009)
Consensual predictions of potential distributional areas for invasive species: a case study of Argentine ants in the Iberian Peninsula

Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2009) 23, 410-417
C.E. Almeida, E. Folly-Ramos, A.T. Peterson, V. Lima-Neiva, M. Gumiel, R. Duarte, M.M. Lima, M. Locks, M. Beltrão and J. Costa (2009)
Could the bug Triatoma sherlocki be vectoring Chagas disease in small mining communities in Bahia, Brazil?

Ecology Letters (2007) 10, 701-709
O. Broennimann, U.A. Treier, H. Müller-Schärer, W. Thuiller, A.T. Peterson and A. Guisan (2007)
Evidence of climatic niche shift during biological invasion

Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata (2007) 125, 39-44
A. Townsend Peterson, Richard Williams and Guojun Chen (2007)
Modeled global invasive potential of Asian gypsy moths, Lymantria dispar

Weed Science (2007) 55, 41-48
Rafael Luís Galdini Raimundo, Rafael Luís Fonseca, Ricardo Schachetti-Pereira, A. Townsend Peterson and Thomas Michael Lewinsohn (2007)
Native and exotic distributions of siamweed (Chromolaena odorata) modeled using the genetic algorithm for rule-set production

Plant Pathology (2007) 56, 580-587
D.A. Kluza, D.A. Vieglais, J.K. Andreasen and A.T. Peterson (2007)
Sudden oak death: geographic risk estimates and predictions of origins

Weed Science (2006) 54, 458-463
Rafael Luís Fonseca, Paulo Roberto Guimarães Jr., Sérgio Rodrigues Morbiolo, Ricardo Scachetti-Pereira and A. Townsend Peterson (2006)
Predicting invasive potential of smooth crotalaria (Crotalaria pallida) in Brazilian national parks based on African records

Journal of Medical Entomology (2006) 43, 1068-1075
A.W. Sweeney, N.W. Beebe, R.D. Cooper, J.T. Bauer and A.T. Peterson (2006)
Environmental factors associated with distribution and range limits of malaria vector Anopheles farauti in Australia

Journal of Medical Entomology (2005) 42, 1068-1081
Jorge López-Cárdenas, Francisco Ernesto Gonzalez Bravo, Paz Maria Salazar Schettino, Juan Carlos Gallaga Solorzano, Ector Ramírez Barba, Joel Martinez Mendez, V. Sánchez-Cordero, A. Townsend Peterson and J.M. Ramsey (2005)
Fine-scale predictions of distributions of Chagas disease vectors in the State of Guanajuato, Mexico

Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences (2004) 271, 2527-2535
Núria Roura-Pascual, Andrew V. Suarez, Crisanto Gómez, Pere Pons, Yoshifumi Touyama, Alexander L. Wild and A. Townsend Peterson (2004)
Geographical potential of Argentine ants (Linepithema humile Mayr) in the face of global climate change

Journal of Medical Entomology (2004) 41, 607-613
Rebecca S. Levine, A. Townsend Peterson and Mark Q. Benedict (2004)
Distribution of members of Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say s.l. (Diptera: Culicidae) and implications for their roles in malaria transmission in the United States

Weed Science (2003) 51, 863-868
A. Townsend Peterson, Monica Papes and Daniel A. Kluza (2003)
Predicting the potential invasive distributions of four alien plant species in North America