As a part of the same scientific study, Michael R. Hutchings usually deals with the Profit (economics), concentrating on Microeconomics and frequently concerns with Economic impact analysis. His Economic impact analysis study often links to related topics such as Microeconomics. In his work, Optics is strongly intertwined with Incidence (geometry), which is a subfield of Geometry. Optics is often connected to Incidence (geometry) in his work. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Ecology and Biological system in his work. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Biological system and Ecology in his work. His research on Environmental health frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Fertility. In most of his Fertility studies, his work intersects topics such as Population. His work in Population is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Environmental health.
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Paratuberculosis infection of nonruminant wildlife in Scotland.
Pip Beard;M J Daniels;D Henderson;A Pirie.
Journal of Clinical Microbiology (2001)
Towards a functional explanation for the occurrence of anorexia during parasitic infections
I. Kyriazakis;B.J. Tolkamp;M.R. Hutchings.
Animal Behaviour (1998)
Contact networks in a wildlife-livestock host community: identifying high-risk individuals in the transmission of bovine TB among badgers and cattle.
Monika Böhm;Michael R. Hutchings;Piran C. L. White.
PLOS ONE (2009)
Predicting impacts of climate change on Fasciola hepatica risk.
PLOS ONE (2011)
Can animals use foraging behaviour to combat parasites
Michael R. Hutchings;Spiridoula Athanasiadou;Ilias Kyriazakis;Iain J. Gordon.
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society (2003)
The risk of disease transmission to livestock posed by contamination of farm stored feed by wildlife excreta.
M. J. Daniels;M. R. Hutchings;A. Greig.
Epidemiology and Infection (2003)
Mustelid Scent-Marking in Managed Ecosystems: Implications for Population Management
Michael R. Hutchings;Piran C. L. White.
Mammal Review (2000)
Effects of farm management practices on cattle grazing behaviour and the potential for transmission of bovine tuberculosis from badgers to cattle.
Michael R Hutchings;S Harris.
Veterinary Journal (1997)
Techniques for assessing the abundance of brown hares Lepus europaeus
J. Langbein;M. R. Hutchings;S. Harris;C. Stoate.
Mammal Review (1999)
The status of tularemia in Europe in a one-health context: a review.
G. Hestvik;E. Warns-Petit;L. A. Smith;N. J. Fox.
Epidemiology and Infection (2015)
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