Tick-, mosquito-, and rodent-borne parasite sampling designs for the National Ecological Observatory Network

Springer Yuri P., Hoekman David, Johnson Pieter T.J., Duffy Paul A., Hufft Rebecca A., Barnett David T., Allan Brian F., Amman Brian R., Barker Christopher M., Barrera Roberto, Beard Charles B., Beati Lorenza, Begon Mike, Blackmore Mark S., Bradshaw William E., Brisson Dustin, Calisher Charles H., Childs James E., Diuk-Wasser Maria A., Douglass Richard J., Eisen Rebecca J., Foley Desmond H., Foley Janet E., Gaff Holly D., Gardner Scott L., Ginsberg Howard S., Glass Gregory, Hamer Sarah A., Hayden Mary H., Hjelle Brian, Holzapfel Christina M., Juliano Steven A., Kramer Laura D., Kuenzi Amy J., LaDeau Shannon L., Livdahl Todd P., Mills James N., Moore Chester G., Morand Serge, Nasci Roger S., Ogden Nicholas H., Ostfeld Richard S., Parmenter Robert R., Piesman Joseph, Reisen Willimam K., Savage Harry M., Sonenshine Daniel E., Swei Andrea, Yabsley Michael J.. 2016. Tick-, mosquito-, and rodent-borne parasite sampling designs for the National Ecological Observatory Network. Ecosphere, 7 (5):e01271, 65 p.

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Quartile : Q2, Sujet : ECOLOGY

Abstract : Parasites and pathogens are increasingly recognized as significant drivers of ecological and evolutionary change in natural ecosystems. Concurrently, transmission of infectious agents among human, livestock, and wildlife populations represents a growing threat to veterinary and human health. In light of these trends and the scarcity of long-term time series data on infection rates among vectors and reservoirs, the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON) will collect measurements and samples of a suite of tick-, mosquito-, and rodent-borne parasites through a continental-scale surveillance program. Here, we describe the sampling designs for these efforts, highlighting sampling priorities, field and analytical methods, and the data as well as archived samples to be made available to the research community. Insights generated by this sampling will advance current understanding of and ability to predict changes in infection and disease dynamics in novel, interdisciplinary, and collaborative ways. (Résumé d'auteur)

Mots-clés libres : Infectious disease, Mosquito, National Ecological Observatory Network, NEON Design, Parasite, Pathogen, Reservoir, Rodent, Sampling design, Tick, Vector, Zoonose

Classification Agris : L72 - Pests of animals
L73 - Animal diseases

Champ stratégique Cirad : Axe 4 (2014-2018) - Santé des animaux et des plantes

Auteurs et affiliations

  • Springer Yuri P., National Ecological Observatory Network (USA)
  • Hoekman David, National Ecological Observatory Network (USA)
  • Johnson Pieter T.J., University of Colorado (USA)
  • Duffy Paul A., Neptune and Company Inc (USA)
  • Hufft Rebecca A., Denver Botanic Gardens (USA)
  • Barnett David T., National Ecological Observatory Network (USA)
  • Allan Brian F., Illinois State University (USA)
  • Amman Brian R., CDC (USA)
  • Barker Christopher M., UC (USA)
  • Barrera Roberto, CDC (USA)
  • Beard Charles B., CDC (USA)
  • Beati Lorenza, University of Georgia (USA)
  • Begon Mike, University of Georgia (USA)
  • Blackmore Mark S., Valdosta State University (USA)
  • Bradshaw William E., Oregon State University (USA)
  • Brisson Dustin, University of Pennsylvania (USA)
  • Calisher Charles H., Colorado State University (USA)
  • Childs James E., Yale University (USA)
  • Diuk-Wasser Maria A., Columbia University (USA)
  • Douglass Richard J., Montana Tech (USA)
  • Eisen Rebecca J., CDC (USA)
  • Foley Desmond H., Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (USA)
  • Foley Janet E., UC (USA)
  • Gaff Holly D., Old Dominion University (USA)
  • Gardner Scott L., University of Nebraska (USA)
  • Ginsberg Howard S., National Wildlife Research Center (USA)
  • Glass Gregory, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA)
  • Hamer Sarah A., Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (USA)
  • Hayden Mary H., National Center for Atmospheric Research (USA)
  • Hjelle Brian, University of New Mexico (USA)
  • Holzapfel Christina M., Oregon State University (USA)
  • Juliano Steven A., Illinois State University (USA)
  • Kramer Laura D., New York State Department of Health (USA)
  • Kuenzi Amy J., Montana Tech (USA)
  • LaDeau Shannon L., Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (USA)
  • Livdahl Todd P., Clark University (USA)
  • Mills James N., Emory University (USA)
  • Moore Chester G., Colorado State University (USA)
  • Morand Serge, CIRAD-ES-UPR AGIRs (LAO) ORCID: 0000-0003-3986-7659
  • Nasci Roger S., CDC (USA)
  • Ogden Nicholas H., Public Health Agency of Canada (CAN)
  • Ostfeld Richard S., Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies (USA)
  • Parmenter Robert R., Valles Caldera National Preserve (USA)
  • Piesman Joseph, CDC (USA)
  • Reisen Willimam K., UC (USA)
  • Savage Harry M., CDC (USA)
  • Sonenshine Daniel E., Old Dominion University (USA)
  • Swei Andrea, San Francisco State University (USA)
  • Yabsley Michael J., University of Georgia (USA)

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