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Hu, Wenbiao, Nicholls, Neville, Lindsay, Michael, Dale, Patricia E., McMichael, Anthony J., Mackenzie, John S., et al. (2004) Development of a predictive model for Ross River virus disease in Brisbane, Australia. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 71(2), pp. 129-137.
Dale, Pat, Hu, Wenbiao, Mackenzie, John, Mcmichael, Anthony, Nicholls, Neville, Patz, Anthony, et al. (2005) Climatic, High Tide and Vector Variables and the Transmission of Ross River Virus. Internal Medicine Journal, 35(11), pp. 677-680.
Dale, Pat, Hu, Wenbiao, Mengersen, Kerrie, Oldenburg, Brian, & Tong, Shilu (2005) Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Ross River Virus in Brisbane, Australia. In Ryan, R, Aaskov, J, St George, J, & Dale, P (Eds.) Arbovirus Research in Australia, 22 - 27 August 2004, Australia, Queensland, Brisbane.
Dale, Pat, Hayes, John, & Tong, Shilu (2005) Spatiotemporal Variation of Notified Barmah Forest Virus Infections in Queensland, Australia, 1993 - 2001. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 15(2), pp. 89-98.
Hu, Wenbiao, Tong, Shilu, Mengersen, Kerrie L., Oldenburg, Brian F., & Dale, Pat (2006) Mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) and the transmission of Ross River virus in Brisbane, Australia. Journal of Medical Entomology, 43(2), pp. 375-381.
Tong, Shilu, Dale, Pat, Nicholls, Neville, Mackenzie, John S., Wolff, Rodney C., & McMichael, Tony (2008) Climate variability, social and environmental factors and Ross River virus transmission – overview of research development and future research needs. Environmental Health Perspectives, 116(12), pp. 1591-1597.
Naish, Suchithra, Hu, Wenbiao, Nicholls, Neville, Mackenzie, John, Dale, Pat, McMichael, Anthony, et al. (2009) Socio-environmental predictors of Barmah forest virus transmission in coastal areas, Queensland, Australia. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 14(2), pp. 247-256.
Hu, W., Mengersen, K., Dale, P., & Tong, S. (2010) Difference in mosquito species (Diptera: Culicidae) and the transmission of Ross River Virus between coastline and inland areas in Brisbane, Australia. Environmental Entomology, 39(1), pp. 88-97.