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Feral Swine / Pseudo-rabies in Great Smoky Mountains National Park


Publications

Levy B, Collins C, Lenhart S, Madden M, Corn J, Salinas R, Stiver W. 2015. Modeling feral hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Natural Resource Modeling.

​Salinas RA, Stiver WH, Corn JL, Lenhart S, Collins C, Madden M, Vercauteren KC, Schmit BB, Kasari E, Odoi A, Hickling G, Mccallum H. 2015. An individual-based model for feral hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Natural Resource Modeling, 28 (1):18-36. [Online]

Smith, G. 2012. Preferential sexual transmission of pseudorabies virus in feral swine populations may not account for observed seroprevalence in the USA. Prev Vet Med, 103(2-3): 145-56. [Online]

Grants/Proposals

Stiver WH. 2012. Proposal: Continue Intensive Wild Hog Control and Disease Monitoring in the Southwestern Portion of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tallassee Fund. $21,000. Accepted.

Stiver WH. 2012. Determining movements of wild hogs for disease modeling and control efforts in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. National Park Service. $335,600. Accepted.

Stiver B. 2011. Continue Intensive Wild Hog Control and Disease Monitoring in the Southwestern Portion of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tallassee Fund. $21,000. Accepted.


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