Jamie M. Caldwell
Jamie M. Caldwell
University of Hawaii at Manoa
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Thermal biology of mosquito‐borne disease
EA Mordecai, JM Caldwell, MK Grossman, CA Lippi, LR Johnson, M Neira, ...
Ecology letters 22 (10), 1690-1708, 2019
1452019
Disease epidemic and a marine heat wave are associated with the continental-scale collapse of a pivotal predator (Pycnopodia helianthoides)
CD Harvell, D Montecino-Latorre, JM Caldwell, JM Burt, K Bosley, ...
Science advances 5 (1), eaau7042, 2019
792019
Suitable days for plant growth disappear under projected climate change: Potential human and biotic vulnerability
C Mora, IR Caldwell, JM Caldwell, MR Fisher, BM Genco, SW Running
PLoS biology 13 (6), e1002167, 2015
742015
Seasonal temperature variation influences climate suitability for dengue, chikungunya, and Zika transmission
JH Huber, ML Childs, JM Caldwell, EA Mordecai
PLoS neglected tropical diseases 12 (5), e0006451, 2018
612018
Climate change could shift disease burden from malaria to arboviruses in Africa
EA Mordecai, SJ Ryan, JM Caldwell, MM Shah, AD LaBeaud
The Lancet Planetary Health 4 (9), e416-e423, 2020
342020
Modelling insights into the COVID-19 pandemic
MT Meehan, DP Rojas, AI Adekunle, OA Adegboye, JM Caldwell, E Turek, ...
Paediatric respiratory reviews 35, 64-69, 2020
322020
Role of modelling in COVID-19 policy development
ES McBryde, MT Meehan, OA Adegboye, AI Adekunle, JM Caldwell, ...
Paediatric respiratory reviews 35, 57-60, 2020
302020
Development of genomic resources for a thraustochytrid pathogen and investigation of temperature influences on gene expression
AE Garcia-Vedrenne, M Groner, A Page-Karjian, GF Siegmund, S Singhal, ...
PLoS One 8 (9), e74196, 2013
212013
Malaria smear positivity among Kenyan children peaks at intermediate temperatures as predicted by ecological models
MM Shah, AR Krystosik, BA Ndenga, FM Mutuku, JM Caldwell, V Otuka, ...
Parasites & vectors 12 (1), 1-9, 2019
192019
Modes of coral disease transmission: how do diseases spread between individuals and among populations?
A Shore, JM Caldwell
Marine Biology 166 (4), 1-14, 2019
172019
Satellite SST-based coral disease outbreak predictions for the Hawaiian archipelago
JM Caldwell, SF Heron, CM Eakin, MJ Donahue
Remote sensing 8 (2), 93, 2016
162016
Climate drives spatial variation in Zika epidemics in Latin America
M Harris, JM Caldwell, EA Mordecai
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1909), 20191578, 2019
152019
Localized outbreaks of coral disease on Arabian reefs are linked to extreme temperatures and environmental stressors
GS Aeby, E Howells, T Work, D Abrego, GJ Williams, LM Wedding, ...
Coral Reefs 39 (3), 829-846, 2020
142020
Age-targeted dose allocation can halve COVID-19 vaccine requirements
MT Meehan, DG Cocks, JM Caldwell, JM Trauer, AI Adekunle, ...
medRxiv, 2020
142020
Host size and proximity to diseased neighbours drive the spread of a coral disease outbreak in Hawai ‘i
JM Caldwell, MJ Donahue, CD Harvell
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1870), 20172265, 2018
82018
Case-control design identifies ecological drivers of endemic coral diseases
JM Caldwell, G Aeby, SF Heron, MJ Donahue
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
62020
Climate explains geographic and temporal variation in mosquito-borne disease dynamics on two continents
JM Caldwell, AD LaBeaud, EF Lambin, AM Stewart-Ibarra, BA Ndenga, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
62020
Environmental drivers of vector-borne diseases
MS Shocket, CB Anderson, JM Caldwell, ML Childs, LI Couper, S Han, ...
Population Biology of Vector-borne Diseases, 85-118, 2020
62020
Intra-colony disease progression induces fragmentation of coral fluorescent pigments
JM Caldwell, B Ushijima, CS Couch, RD Gates
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
62017
Hawaiʻi Coral Disease database (HICORDIS): species-specific coral health data from across the Hawaiian archipelago
JM Caldwell, JHR Burns, C Couch, M Ross, C Runyon, M Takabayashi, ...
Data in brief 8, 1054-1058, 2016
42016
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