Fine-scale spatial patterns of wildlife disease are common and understudied

Gregory Albery, Amy Sweeny, Daniel Becker & Shweta Bansal
1. All parasites are heterogeneous in space, yet little is known about the prevalence and scale of this spatial variation, particularly in wild animal systems. To address this question, we sought to identify and examine spatial dependence of wildlife disease across a wide range of systems. 2. Conducting a broad literature search, we collated 31 such datasets featuring 89 replicates and 71 unique host-parasite combinations, only 51% of which had previously been used to test...
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