.

Denholm, S, Norman, RA, Hoyle, A, Shinn,
A, Taylor, N Reproductive trade-offs may moderate the impact of Gyrodactylus salaris in warmer
climates PLOS one 8(10)
2013

McCaig, C, Fenton, A, Graham, A, Shankland,
C and Norman, R “Using process algebra to develop predator-prey models of
within-host parasite dynamics” Journal of Theoretical Biology 329 74-81 2013

R.A.Lintott, R.A.Norman,
A.S.Hoyle, “The impact of increased dispersal in
response to disease control in patchy Environments” Journal of Theoretical Biology
323 57-68 2013Roy, P. K,.
Chowdhury. S, Chatterjee,
A, Majee,
S.B., Chattopadhyay,
J, Norman, R “A Mathematical Model on CTL Mediated Control of HIV Infection in
a Long Term Drug Therapy” Journal of Biological Systems, 21(3) 2013

Porter, R, Norman, R,
Gilbert, L “An alternative to killing? Treating
reservoir hosts to control a vector and pathogen in a susceptible species”
Parasitology 140(2) 247-257 2013

Porter, R. Norman, R and
Gilbert L An empirical model to test how ticks and louping
ill virus can be controlled by treating red grouse with acaricide, Medical Veterinary
Entomology 27(3) 237-246 2013

Soufiene Benkirane,
Rachel Norman, Erin Scott and Carron Shankland, “Measles
Epidemics and PEPA: an exploration of historic disease dynamics using process
algebra” FM 2012, LNCS 7436, pp. 101-115, 2012.

Porter, R, Norman, R,
Gilbert, L “An alternative to killing? Treating reservoir
hosts to control a vector and pathogen in a susceptible species” Parasitology
published online September 2012 DOI:
10.1017/S0031182012001400

N.J.McPherson, R.A.Norman,
N.G.H.Taylor, A.S.Hoyle, J.E.Bron (2012), “Stocking methods and parasite-induced
reductions in capture: modelling Argulus foliaceus in trout fisheries”, Journal of Theoretical
Biology, 312, 22-33

Nick
Taylor, Rachel Norman, Keith Way and Edmund J Peeler “ Modelling the koi herpesvirus (KHV) epidemic highlights the importance of
active surveillance within a national control policy”, Journal of Applied
Ecology, 48(2) 348-355 2011

Chris
McCaig, Mike Begon, Rachel
Norman, and Carron Shankland “A Symbolic Investigation
of Superspreaders” Bulletin of Mathematical Biology.
73(4) 777-794 2011

Chris
McCaig · Mike Begon **· **Rachel Norman · Carron Shankland “A rigorous approach to investigating common
assumptions about disease transmission: Process algebra as an emerging
modelling methodology for epidemiology” Theory in Biosciences. 130(1) 19-29
2011

Chris
McCaig, Rachel Norman, Carron Shankland
“From Individuals to Populations: a mean field semantics for process algebra”
Theoretical Computer Science. 412(17) 1557-1580 2011

Porter,
R, Norman, R and Gilbert, L “Controlling tick borne diseases through domestic
animal management: a theoretical approach” Theoretical Ecology. 4(3) 321-339 2011.

McCaig, C, Norman, R and Shankland C, “From Individuals to Populations: a Symbolic Process Algebra Approach to Epidemiology”. Mathematics of Computer Science 2(3), Birkhauser/Springer.535-556 2009.

S. Benkirane, J. Hillston, C. McCaig, R. Norman and C. Shankland. “Improved Continuous Approximation of PEPA Models through Epidemiological Examples.” In proceedings

of From Biology
to Concurrency and back, FBTC 2008. Electronic notes in Theoretical Computer
Science, Elsevier, 229(1) 59-74 2009.

C. McCaig, R. Norman and
C. Shankland**. “Process
Algebra Models of Population Dynamics.”** In proceedings of Algebraic
Biology, 3rd International Conference, AB 2008. LNCS 5147, Springer-Verlag, pp 139-155, 2008.

Lello J, Norman RA, Boag B,
Hudson PJ, Fenton A “Pathogen interactions, population cycles, and phase shifts.”Am Nat 171(2):176-82 2008

Greenman, JV and Norman, RA “Environmental forcing, invasion and control of ecological and epidemiological systems” Journal of Theoretical Biology 247, 492-506 2007.

** **and Norman, RA. The effect of seasonal host birth rates on
population dynamics: a max/min approach to understanding disease persistence.
Mathematical Biosciences 206(1) 31-45 2007

** **Norman,
R and Bowers RG. A Host-Host-Pathogen Model with Vaccination
and its Application to Target and Reservoir Hosts. Mathematical
Population Studies, 14(1) 31-56 2007.

, Macdonald DW, Taylor GM, Gelling M, Norman RA, Honess PE, Foster R, Gower CM, Varley S, Harris A, Palmer S, Hewinson G, Webster JP. Bovine tuberculosis (Mycobacterium bovis) in British farmland wildlife: the importance to agriculture. Proc Roy Soc, B. 273(1584) 357-365 2006.

**,** Norman, RA and
Greenman, JV. The effect of seasonal
host birth rates on population dynamics: the importance of resonance. Journal
of Theoretical Biology 231 229-238 2004

Laurenson MK, Norman, RA, Gilbert, L, Reid HW and Hudson, PJ Mountain hares, louping- ill, red grouse and harvesting: complex interactions but few data. Journal of Animal Ecology 73(4) 811-813 2004

Norman,
R, Ross, D, Laurenson, MK, and Hudson, PJ 2004 *The role of non-viraemic transmission on the persistence and dynamics of a
tick-borne virus- Louping illin
Red Grouse (lagopus lagogopus
scoticus) and Mountain Hares (Lepus
timidus)*. Journal of
mathematical biology. 48 119-134

Boots, M,
Greenman, JV, Ross, D, Norman, R, Hails, R and Sait, S.2003 *The**
population dynamics implications of covert infections in host-microparaiste interactions*. Journal
of Animal Ecology. 72(6) 1064-1072

Rosa, R., Pugliese, A, Norman, R and
Hudson, PJ 2003. *Thresholds for disease transmission in models of
tick-borne infections which include non-viraemic transmission, extended feeding and tick aggregation*. Journal of Theoretical biology. 224(3) 359-376

Norman R and Shankland
CE *Developing the use of process algebra
in the derivation and analysis of mathematical models of infectious disease*
in “Computer Aided Systems Theory- EUROCAST 2003” 9^{th} International
Workshop on Computer Aided Systems Theory, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Sapin, February 24-28
2003, Revised Selected Papers Series: Lecture notes in Computer Science, Vol 2809 Morena Diaz, Robeto, Pichler, Franz (Eds.)

Norman,
RA, Fenton AC, Fairbairn, JP and Hudson PJ *Mathematical models of insect
pest control*. In Advances in microbial control of insect
pests. Edited by Upadhyay, RK, pgs 313-323 . Kluwer
Academic/Plenum publishers, New York 2003.

Laurenson, M.K., Norman, R., Gilbert, L., Reid, H and
Hudson P.J. 2003 *Identifying disease reservoirs in complex systems; Mountian hares as reservoirs of ticks and Louping ill virus; pathogens of red grouse*. Journal of Animal Ecology 72(1) 177-185 2003.

Randolph,
SE, Chemini, C., Furlanello,
C., Genchi, C., Hails, RS, Hudson, PJ, Jones, LD,
Medley, G, Norman, RA, Rizzoli, SP, Smith, G and Woolhouse,
MEJ. *The ecology of tick-borne infections in wildlife
reservoirs*. In The Ecology of Wildlife Diseases,
Edited by Hudson, PJ, Rizzoli, AP, Grenfell, BT, Heesterbeek,
H and Dobson, AP. pgs 119-139.

Grenfell,
BT, Amos, W, Arneberg, P, Bjornstad,
ON, Greenman, JV, Harwood, J, Lanfranchi,
P, McLean, AP, Norman, RA, REad AF and Skorping, A. *Visions for future research in wildlife epidemiology.In*
The Ecology of Wildlife Diseases, Edited by Hudson, PJ, Rizzoli, AP, Grenfell,
BT, Heesterbeek, H and Dobson, AP. pgs 151-165 Oxford
University Press, Oxford 2002.

Fenton,
A., Fairbairn, J.P., Norman, R and Hudson, P.J. 2002 *Parasite transmission:
reconciling theory and reality*. Journal of Animal Ecology 71(5) 893-905.

Tucker,
C. Norman, R., Shinn, A., Bron, J., Sommerville, C. and Wootten R.
2002 *A single cohort, time delay model fo
the life cycle of the sea louse, Lepeophtheirus salmonis on Atlantic Salmon, salmo
salar. Fish Pathology*, 37(3) 107-118

White
P.J., Norman, R., and Hudson, P.J. 2002 *Epidemiological consequences of a
pathogen having competing virulent and avirulent
modes of transmission: the case of Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus*
Epidemiology and Infection 129 665-677.

Fenton,
A, Gwynn, R.L., Norman, R., Fairbairn, J.P., Hudson, P.J. 2002 *Improving entomopathogenic nematode application strategies for
biological control: a combined theoretical and empirical approach* Journal
of Applied Ecology 39(3) 481-492

Gilbert,
L., Norman, R.,Laurenson, KM, Reid, HW., and Hudson,
PJ 2001 *Disease persistence and apparent competition in a three-host
community: an analytical and empirical study of large scale, wild populations. *Journal
of Animal Ecology 70 1053-1061

Fenton,
A., Norman, R., Fairbairn, JP., Hudson, PJ 2001 *Evaluating the efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes for the biological control of
crop pests: a non-equilibrium approach *The American Naturalist 158 (4)
408-426

White,
P.J., Norman, R.A., Trout, R.C., Gould, E.A., Hudson, P.J. 2001 *The
emergence of a rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus: will a non-pathogenic strain
protect the UK? *Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London,
series B 356(1411) 1087-1097

Laurenson, M.K., Norman, R., Reid, H.W., Pow, I and Hudson, P. J. *The role of lambs in Louping ill virus
amplification.** *Parasitology. 120.
97-104. 2000.

Fairbairn,
J.P., Fenton, A., Norman, RA and Hudson, P. J. *Re-assessing
the infection strategies of teh entomopathogenic
nematode Steinernema feltiae
(Rhabditidae; Steinernematidae).
*Parasitology. 121. 211-216. 2000.

Boots, M.
J. and Norman, R. *Sublethal** infection and the population dynamics of host-microparasite interactions.** *Journal of Animal Ecology. 69. 1-9 2000.

*EPIFIL: The development of an age
structured model for describing the transmission dynamics and control of
Lymphatic filariasis.Epidemiology*
and Infection. 124. 529-541. 2000.

Fenton,
A., Norman, R., Fairbairn, J.P. and Hudson, P. J. *The
efficacy of entomopathogenic nematodes in the
regulation of invertebrate pests in glasshouse crops.** *Journal of Applied Ecology. 37. 309-320.2000.

*Persistence and dynamics of Louping
ill in relation to Host abundance.* Journal of Theoreotical Biology. 200. 111-118. 1999

Fenton, A., Fairbairn, J.P, Norman, R., and Hudson, P. J. *Modelling
entomopathogenic nematodes for biological control.** *
Challenges in Applied population biology Editors MB Thomas
and T Kedwards. July 1999. pp
157-163

Fairbairn, J.P, Fenton, A., Norman, R., and Hudson, P. J. *The
invasion efficiency of the entomopathogenic nematode Steindernema feltiae (Rhabditidae; Steinernematidae) *Challenges
in Applied population biology Editors MB Thomas and T Kedwards.
July 1999. pp 83-88

Chan,
M.S., Srividya, A., *Epifil**:
A dynamic model of infection and disease in Lymphatic filariasis*.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.59(4) 606-614 1998

Hudson,
P.J., Gould, E., Laurenson, K., Gaunt, M., Reid, H.,
Jones, L., Norman, R, .MacGuire, K. and Newborn, D.
(1997) *The epidemiology of Louping ill, a tick
borne infection of red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus). *Parassitologia
39, 319-323 1997.

*Ecological Models of Microparasitic Diseases: the Importance of Recovery and Immunity ,*
Journal of Biological Systems **3**(**3**) pp 813-820.

Hudson,
P. J., Norman, R., Laurenson, M. K., Newborn, D.,
Gaunt, M., Gould, E., Reid, H., Bowers, R. G. and Dobson, A. (1995) *Persistence
and Transmission of Tick Borne Viruses; ioxides ricinus and Louping Ill Virus in
Red Grouse Populations*, Parasitology 111.

*Transmission Strategies and Population Dynamics of Entomopathogenic Nematodes*, Ecology and Transmission
Strategies of Entomopathogenic Nematodes. Ed. Griffin, C. T., Gwynn, R. L. and Masson, J. P. pp 52-57

*The Population
Dynamics of Microparasites and Vertebrae Hosts: the
Importance of Recovery and Immunity*, Theoretical Population Biology **46**
pp 96-119.

Fenton,
A., Norman, R., Fairbairn, J.P. and Hudson, P. J. (submitted to American
Naturalist) *Evaluating the efficacy of entomopathgenic
nematodes for the biological control of crop pests: a non-equilibrium approach.*

*The role of non-viraemic transmission
on teh persistence and dynamics of a tick- borne
virus- Louping ill in red grouse and Mountain hares*.
(submitted to Journal of Mathematical Biology May
2000)

Gilbert.
L, *Disease persistence and the dynamics of a three-host community: an
empirical and analytical study of large scale wild populations.* (Submitted
to Journal of Animal Ecology Dec 2000)

White,
P.J., *The emergence
of rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus- will a non pathogenic strain
protect the *
(submitted to Philosophical transactions of the royal
society Dec 2000)

Fairbairn, J.P., Fenton, A.,

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