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Claudio Bozzuto
Claudio Bozzuto
Wildlife Analysis GmbH, Zurich (Switzerland)
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Decision‐making for mitigating wildlife diseases: From theory to practice for an emerging fungal pathogen of amphibians
S Canessa, C Bozzuto, EH Campbell Grant, SS Cruickshank, MC Fisher, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (4), 1987-1996, 2018
732018
Inbreeding reduces long-term growth of Alpine ibex populations
C Bozzuto, I Biebach, S Muff, AR Ives, LF Keller
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (9), 1359-1364, 2019
692019
Estimating and explaining the spread of COVID-19 at the county level in the USA
AR Ives, C Bozzuto
Communications Biology 4 (60), 1-9, 2021
652021
Dynamics of host populations affected by the emerging fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans
BR Schmidt, C Bozzuto, S Lötters, S Steinfartz
Royal Society open science 4 (3), 160801, 2017
422017
A dynamical model for invasive round goby populations reveals efficient and effective management options
A N'Guyen, PE Hirsch, C Bozzuto, I Adrian‐Kalchhauser, K Hôrková, ...
Journal of Applied Ecology 55 (1), 342-352, 2018
252018
Quantifying the burden of managing wildlife diseases in multiple host species
S Canessa, C Bozzuto, F Pasmans, A Martel
Conservation Biology 33 (5), 1131-1140, 2019
242019
Active responses to outbreaks of infectious wildlife diseases: objectives, strategies and constraints determine feasibility and success
C Bozzuto, BR Schmidt, S Canessa
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1939), 20202475, 2020
182020
State-by-State estimates of R0 at the start of COVID-19 outbreaks in the USA
AR Ives, C Bozzuto
MedRXiv, 2020.05. 17.20104653, 2020
132020
Impact of seasonal cycles on host-pathogen dynamics and disease mitigation for Batrachochytrium salamandrivorans
C Bozzuto, S Canessa
Global ecology and conservation 17, e00551, 2019
112019
Taxonomic resolution and treatment effects–alone and combined–can mask significant biodiversity reductions
C Bozzuto, WU Blanckenhorn
International journal of biodiversity science, ecosystem services …, 2017
112017
Modelling different reintroduction strategies for the critically endangered Floreana mockingbird
C Bozzuto, PEA Hoeck, HC Bagheri, LF Keller
Animal Conservation 20 (2), 144-154, 2017
102017
A new perspective on the management of wild boar populations, based on a state-space model
C Bozzuto, H Geisser
Technical report Wildlife Analysis GmbH, 2019
42019
Exploring artificial habitat fragmentation to control invasion by infectious wildlife diseases
C Bozzuto, S Canessa, JC Koella
Theoretical Population Biology 141, 14-23, 2021
32021
A quantitative framework to guide restoration of butterfly communities in fragmented landscapes
C Bozzuto
Technical report Wildlife Analysis GmbH, 2020
32020
Inbreeding depression and the detection of changes in the intrinsic rate of increase from time series
C Bozzuto, AR Ives
Technical report Wildlife Analysis GmbH, 2020
22020
Natural history museums can do better: Simple analyses and visualizations of collection data to attract more researchers
C Bozzuto, H Geisser
Technical report Wildlife Analysis GmbH, 2022
12022
Publisher Correction: Estimating and explaining the spread of COVID-19 at the county level in the USA
AR Ives, C Bozzuto
Communications Biology 4, 2021
12021
Effekte von Pflanzenschutzmitteln auf Populationen und Metapopulationen von Amphibien: Ergebnisse eines Modells für Kreuzkröten, Laubfrosch und Kammmolch
C Bozzuto, BR Schmidt
Agroscope Science 178, 40-56, 2024
2024
Differences in COVID-19 cyclicity and predictability among US counties and states reflect the effectiveness of protective measures
C Bozzuto, AR Ives
Scientific Reports 13 (1), 14277, 2023
2023
Predictability of ecological and evolutionary dynamics in a changing world
C Bozzuto, AR Ives
bioRxiv, 2023.11. 01.565089, 2023
2023
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