Edward K Waters
Edward K Waters
University of Notre Dame Australia, University of Melbourne, UNSW
Verified email at nd.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Central nervous system antiretroviral efficacy in HIV infection: a qualitative and quantitative review and implications for future research
LA Cysique, EK Waters, BJ Brew
BMC neurology 11 (1), 148, 2011
Estimating global arthropod species richness: refining probabilistic models using probability bounds analysis
AJ Hamilton, V Novotný, EK Waters, Y Basset, KK Benke, PS Grimbacher, ...
Oecologia 171 (2), 357-365, 2013
Zoology: Here be dragons
AJ Hamilton, RM May, EK Waters
Nature 520 (7545), 42, 2015
Unresolved questions concerning human papillomavirus infection and transmission: a modelling perspective
DG Regan, DJ Philp, EK Waters
Sexual health 7 (3), 368-375, 2010
Cocoa Pod Borer (Conopomorpha cramerella Snellen) in Papua New Guinea: Biosecurity Models for New Ireland and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville
JDL Yen, EK Waters, AJ Hamilton
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 30 (2), 293-309, 2010
Zoonotic transmission of waterborne disease: a mathematical model
EK Waters, AJ Hamilton, HS Sidhu, LA Sidhu, M Dunbar
Bulletin of mathematical biology 78 (1), 169-183, 2016
Extended Lotka–Volterra equations incorporating population heterogeneity: derivation and analysis of the predator–prey case
EK Waters, HS Sidhu, LA Sidhu, GN Mercer
Ecological modelling 297, 187-195, 2015
The influence of management practice on the spatial distribution of Lepidopteran pests in Brassica crops in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea: implications …
EK Waters, AJ Hamilton, G Hepworth, HJ Kim, WS Pak, MJ Furlong
Population ecology 51 (4), 525-531, 2009
Aggregation and competitive exclusion: explaining the coexistence of human papillomavirus types and the effectiveness of limited vaccine conferred cross-immunity
EK Waters
Acta biotheoretica 60 (4), 333-356, 2012
Spatial heterogeneity in simple deterministic SIR models assessed ecologically
EK Waters, HS Sidhu, GN Mercer
The ANZIAM Journal 54 (1-2), 23-36, 2012
Iwao's patchiness regression through the origin: biological importance and efficiency of sampling applications
EK Waters, MJ Furlong, KK Benke, JR Grove, AJ Hamilton
Population ecology 56 (2), 393-399, 2014
A survey of Vaccinium cultural practices in Australia emphasizing implications for mycorrhizal infection
EK Waters, CF Scagel, C McLean
International journal of fruit science 8 (1-2), 109-124, 2008
Losing hope: mental health and religious service non-attendance in Australia
EK Waters, HM Millard, Z Doyle
Mental Health, Religion & Culture 18 (2), 114-122, 2015
Sampling a weighted pest complex: caterpillars in North Korean cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) crops
AJ Hamilton, EK Waters, HJ Kim, WS Pak, MJ Furlong
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 130 (3), 282-289, 2009
Validation of Fixed Sample Size Plans for Monitoring Lepidopteran Pests of Brassica oleracea Crops in North Korea
AJ Hamilton, EK Waters, HJ Kim, WS Pak, MJ Furlong
Journal of economic entomology 102 (3), 1336-1343, 2009
Fixed sized samples for type-specific surveillance of human papillomavirus in genital warts
EK Waters, AJ Hamilton, AMA Smith, DJ Philp, B Donovan, DG Regan
Sexual health 10 (1), 95-96, 2013
Team‐based anatomy learning for medical students: preparing tomorrow's surgeons
J Lahoud, K Bazzi, E Waters, P Clyne, SN Sinha
ANZ journal of surgery 89 (6), 628-629, 2019
Spirituality/Religiosity (SpR), Leisure-Time Physical Activity, and Sedentary Behaviour in Students at a Catholic University
EK Waters, Z Doyle, E Finlay
Journal of religion and health 57 (3), 869-882, 2018
Can a child and family health service improve early childhood health outcomes in an urban Aboriginal community?
J Freeman, E Murphy, S Woolfenden, E Waters, J Winters, L Callaghan, ...
Journal of paediatrics and child health 54 (5), 541-545, 2018
Australasian StudentsT Surgical Association: development, progress and future directions
J Lahoud, K Bazzi, E Waters, SN Sinha
education 88, 10-1, 2018
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