Diann Prosser

Ph.D., Department of Geography and Environmental Systems, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, 2012
M.Sc.., Pennsylvania State University, 2008
B.S., Pennsylvania State University, 1995

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My research used spatial modeling techniques to investigate the potential spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5N1 across wild and domestic waterfowl populations in China. My research focus on questions related to avian wildlife and stressors such as climate change and disease.

Alumni: 2004-2012; MEES

Related Publications

Prosser, Diann. 2012. Wild birds and emerging diseases: Modeling avian influenza transmission risk between domestic and wild birds in China. Doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland Marine Estuarine Environmental Sciences Graduate Program
Prosser, Diann J.; Ding, Changqing; Erwin, R. Michael; Mundkur, Taej; Sullivan, Jeffery D.; Ellis, Erle C.. 2018. Species distribution modeling in regions of high need and limited data: waterfowl of China. Avian Research 9(1): 7. [Download PDF]
Prosser, Diann J.; Hungerford, Laura L.; Erwin, R. Michael; Ottinger, Mary Ann; Takekawa, John Y.; Newman, Scott H.; Xiao, Xiangming; Ellis, Erle C.. 2016. Spatial Modeling of Wild Bird Risk Factors for Highly Pathogenic A(H5N1) Avian Influenza Virus Transmission. Avian Diseases 60(1s): 329-336. [Download PDF]
Prosser, Diann; Hungerford, Laura; Erwin, R. Michael; Ottinger, Mary Ann; Takekawa, John Y.; Ellis, Erle. 2013. Mapping avian influenza transmission risk at the interface of domestic poultry and wild birds. Frontiers in Public Health 1: 28. [Download PDF]
Prosser, Diann J.; Wu, Junxi; Ellis, Erle C.; Gale, Fred; Van Boeckel, Thomas P.; Wint, William; Robinson, Tim; Xiao, Xiangming; Gilbert, Marius. 2011. Modelling the distribution of chickens, ducks, and geese in China. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 141: 381-389. [Download PDF]