Data from: Infectious disease transmission and behavioral allometry in wild mammals

Barbara A. Han, Andrew W. Park, Anna Jolles, Sonia Altizer & Anna E. Jolles
1. Animal social and movement behaviors can impact the transmission dynamics of infectious diseases, especially for pathogens transmitted through close contact between hosts or through contact with infectious stages in the environment. 2. Estimating pathogen transmission rates and R0 from natural systems can be challenging. Because host behavioral traits that underlie the transmission process vary predictably with body size, one of the best-studied traits among animals, body size might therefore also predict variation in parasite...
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