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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Kenneth J. Linthicum (Ken)

Center Director


  

Kenneth J. Linthicum

Center Director


Telephone: (352)374-5901
Fax: (352)374-5850
Email: kenneth.linthicum@ars.usda.gov
http://www.ars.usda.gov/saa/cmave/kjlinthicum




Civilian Education

  1968-1972 B.A., Zoology, University of California, Los Angeles
  1972-1974 M.A., Biology, University of California, Los Angeles
  1974-1978 Ph.D., Biology, University of California, Los Angeles

Postdoctoral

  1978-1980 National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Entomology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C.

Board Certification

  Board Certified Entomologist, specialties in Medical and Veterinary Entomology (1983)

Credentials

  • State of California Secondary Education and Community College Teaching Credentials
  • State of California Department of Health Services, Vector Control Technician Certificate

Membership in Academic and Professional Societies

  • Entomological Society of America
  • American Mosquito Control Association (Editorial Board of Journal)
  • National Cattlemen's Beef Association
  • American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  • American Committee on Arthropod-borne Viruses
  • American Committee on Medical Entomology - Executive Council
  • Society for Vector Ecology
  • Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California
  • Florida Mosquito Control Association
  • American Society for Rickettsiology and Rickettsial Diseases
  • The Malaysian Society of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine

International Experience

  • Resident Assignments:
     1974-1975   Brazil
     1982-1985   Kenya
     1992-1998   Thailand
  • Short Term Assignments:
     Numerous assignments to Central and South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia.

Military Experience

  Rank:  Lieutenant Colonel, Medical Service Corps, U.S. Army
  Date of Service:  1980 – 2001
  Specialty:  Medical Entomologist

Professional Experience

October 2004-Present: Center Director, Center for Medical, Agricultural & Veterinary Entomology, USDA-Agricultural Research Service.
Directs a major Agricultural Research Service facility, consisting of 4 research units, employing 60 scientists and 150 support personnel in more than 150,000 ft2 of office and laboratory space, with a broad research program cutting across several national programs related to production, product values, and safety of crops and animals, as well as natural resources and sustainable agricultural systems. Base and extramural funding for the Center exceeds $18 million. Responsible for developing and directing widely diverse basic and applied multi-disciplinary research programs on insects of field and horticultural crops and of medical and veterinary importance, as well as on crop genetics and environmental science. This encompasses insect genetics, molecular biology, behavior, physiology, migration, ecology, pheromones, semiochemicals, insect electronic detection technologies, biological control based on parasites, predators and microbes, and integrated pest management methods.

June 2001 – October 2004:  Supervising Public Health Biologist, Southern Region, Vector-Borne Disease Section, California Department of Health Services.
Manages a regional program in surveillance and management of vector-borne diseases to protect the public health and well being of Californians from insect and animal transmitted diseases and injurious pests.  Plans, directs and executes a regional disease prevention program for surveillance and management of vectors, emergency vector control, certification of vector control technicians, public information and consultations on vector-borne diseases and importation of exotic vectors.  Responsible for decisions relating to all operational, technical and administrative aspects of the program; reviews and approves documents dealing with fiscal and supervisory matters; directly supervises all regional rank and file staff.  Responsible for specially funded programs under contract such as USFS and Caltrans.  Provides regional supervision and technical and administrative coordination to 5 PhD level professional and clerical staff.  Provides technical guidance, planning and assistance to local, state and national government programs, private citizens and groups on identification, prevention and surveillance of vectors and vector-borne diseases.  Provides liaison services between public agencies, private industry representatives, special interest groups, and the public on impacts of proposed projects upon public health. Coordinates interagency agreements and actions including plans for the management and surveillance of vectors and vector-borne diseases.  Plans and coordinates emergency control programs for vector-borne diseases.  Evaluates employee performance; selects and assigns staff as required.  Addresses professional, service, governmental and private organizations, prepares and presents technical papers.  Drafts correspondence and prepares administrative reports.

July 1999 – May 2001:  Associate Director for Overseas Plans and Operations, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), Silver Spring, MD.
Managed personnel, fiscal, and scientific issues for the successful operation of 3 major overseas laboratories (Africa, Asia, and Europe) and 2 remote laboratories (Texas and Illinois) with a staff exceeding 700 personnel.  Conceptualized, formulated and executed long-range research and development, and organizational developmental plans in a comprehensive and efficient manner.  Achieved a 25% increase in competitive funding, resulting in a significant increase in the number of drugs, vaccines, diagnostics, and vector surveillance devices and control strategies being tested and transitioned to advanced development.  Administered Research and Development Programs of the Institute, which involve overseas elements on a day-to-day basis, with an overall budget exceeding $30 million annually.  Directed special projects such as the negotiation or renegotiation of agreements for research units in foreign countries.  Interfaced with US Army Medical Materiel Development Activity and Industry to develop and monitor plans for successful transition of 31 potential products for the technology base to Advanced/Engineering development and acquisition.  Collaborated with US Army Medical Research Command Research Directors for long term research and development planning.  Successfully interfaced with (1) Deputy Director to assure his smooth execution of program development plans (2) Executive Officer to assure parallel development of resource planning to support established program development goals, and (3) Associate Director for Research Management to assure execution of extramural research plans.

July 1998 – May 2001:  Co-Director for International Affairs (Army), Department of Defense - Global Emerging Infections System, Silver Spring, MD.
Conceptualized, designed, developed, and coordinated Department of Defense emerging infectious disease surveillance, assessment and response, research, and training and capacity building at Army and Navy research laboratories located outside the continental United States, and in civilian laboratories in multiple developing countries.  Contributed management oversight to a world wide surveillance program with a 5-year budget in excess of $54 million that is designed to assure detection and monitoring or emerging pathogens, the diseases they cause, and the factors influencing their emergence in order to protect military readiness, and other national interests.  Developed complex collaborations with international organizations (such as the World Health Organization, Food and Agriculture Organization, CDC, NASA, NOAA), Ministries of Health, and national and international universities to formulate disease forecasting models and real time surveillance utilizing remotely sensed global climate and ecological data from earth orbiting satellites.  Pioneered, designed, established and maintained a world recognized disease surveillance system in Africa and Asia.  Provided consultation for Assistant Secretaries of Army, US Ambassadors, and laboratory commanders on the application of epidemiologic, entomologic, and geographic information systems surveillance and response systems to controlling disease threats.

May 1997 – June 1998:  Deputy Director/ Deputy Commander, Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand.
Deputy Director of the largest Department of Defense overseas Medical Research Laboratory with total operating budget of over $9 million and staff of 270 scientific, technical, and support personnel.  Formulated plans for execution of scientific programs for the Laboratory Commander and provided critical evaluation of research programs and products.  Laboratory successfully tested 10 products and published more than 150 publications in the scientific literature.  Coordinated detection and control of disease threats to military and civilian populations of the US Mission Thailand, and made recommendations to US Ambassadors of Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Burma.   Additionally, conducted basic and applied research as Chief of the largest Entomology Department in the Department of Defense by directing detection and control projects for malaria, dengue and rickettsial diseases.  Served regularly as Acting Laboratory Director as required.

November 1993 - June 1998:  Chief, Department of Entomology, Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand.
Chief of the U.S. Army's largest and most diverse entomology medical research and material department.  Directed laboratory and field research on the epidemiology and ecology of malaria, dengue and scrub typhus in Southeast Asia.  Served as administrative and scientific supervisor for 40 personnel, including 8 doctoral level principal investigators.  Prepared, reviewed, and evaluated research plans, proposals and manuscripts.  Managed a yearly budget of more than $600,000.   Served as Contracting Officer's Representative for 11 non-personnel services contracts in excess of $100,000.  Designed, developed and coordinated 7 collaborative studies to (1) prepare field sites for malaria, dengue 1 and new generation Japanese encephalitis vaccines, (2) evaluate and field testing of new generation repellent and insecticide compounds, (3) determine risk factors involved in acquiring antibiotic resistant scrub typhus, (4) determine mechanisms of scrub typhus antibiotic resistance, (5) safety test live-attenuated candidate dengue vaccines, (6) field test a malaria transmission blocking vaccine, and (7) determine whether gene flow among malaria vectors could provide a viable method to disseminate recombinant transmission interrupting genes among vector populations.  Department staff published 56 papers in the scientific literature and presented 45 papers at national and international meetings.

July 1992 - October 1993:  Assistant Chief, Department of Entomology, US Army Medical Component, Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand.
Formulated, directed, and managed field and laboratory research programs exploring the role of arthropod vectors in the epidemiology of malaria, dengue, and rickettsial diseases in South-East Asia.  Served as Principal Investigator on dengue studies.  Planned the research approach for all field studies on the dynamics of transmission and laboratory studies evaluating factors that influence vector competence.  Supervised 6 doctoral level principal investigators and technical staff working on vector-transmitted viruses.

December 1991 - July 1992:  Chief, Department of Epidemiology, US Army, Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD.
Chief of a medical research and development department that conducted global epidemiological studies of infectious disease threats of military importance and developed medical defensive control strategies measures to these diseases. Formulated research objectives, and directed and managed all aspects of this research program.  Supervised 8 doctoral level principal investigators and their technical staff.  Prepared, reviewed and evaluated research plans, proposals, and manuscripts.  Managed a yearly budget of $300,000 plus salaries and extramural contracts of $50,000.  Coordinated collaborative studies in Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa.  Department published 26 papers in the scientific literature and presented 20 papers at national and international meetings. Represented the Institute and Command as technical expert, and coordinated international collaborative research.  Served as Contracting Officer's Representative for extramural contracts and as advisor to a Senior Research Fellow in the National Research Council Associateship Program.

November 1987 - December 1991:  Chief, Department of Arboviral Entomology, US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Fort Detrick, Frederick, MD.
Chief of a medical research and development department that developed laboratory and field ecology data on vector transmitted viral diseases that are a biological warfare threat or require BL-3 or 4 special containment.  Formulated primary research objectives, and directed and managed all aspects of this research program.  Supervised and provided scientific and military leadership to a professional research staff of 2 military officers and 5 doctoral level civilian scientists.  Served as advisor to 2 post-doctoral fellows.  Managed an annual budget of $250,000 plus salaries, and planned and evaluated programs for 6 research projects.  Served as Contracting Officer's Representative in the management of 8 extramural contracts, totaling in excess of $3,500,000 dollars.  Highly successful department published more than 90 papers in the scientific literature and made more than 110 presentations at national and international scientific meetings.

December 1985 - November 1987:  Research Entomologist, Department of Arboviral Entomology, U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious, Ft. Detrick, Frederick Md.
Served as the Principal Investigator on research projects directed toward studies of arthropod vectors and reservoirs of arboviruses of military importance.  Responsible for the conduct of field-based biological research on arthropod vectors of arboviral diseases and for the performance of laboratory studies on mosquito and tick vectors to establish factors that influence vector competence, vector population levels and geographic distribution.  Supervised one military officer and 3 technicians.  Awarded Department of Defense recognition for innovative arbovirus transmission studies in mosquitoes.

August 1982 - June 1985:  Chief, Arbovirus Section, U.S. Army Medical Research Unit - Kenya, Nairobi, Kenya
Served as Principal Investigator on a project to study the ecology of Rift Valley fever virus in remote rural sub-Saharan Africa.  Developed and directing innovative field ecological and epidemiological investigations of arthropod-borne viruses.  Invented, developed and evaluated novel techniques for the isolation and identification of arboviruses from field-captured arthropods and for the detection and identification of antibodies in vertebrates.  Supervised 3 professional employees of the Government of Kenya and 2 technicians.

November 1980 - August 1982:  Research Entomologist, U.S. Army Biosystematics Unit, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

June 1978 - June 1980:  National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Entomology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C.

June 1977 - June 1978:  Instructor, Department of Biology, California State University, Los Angeles, CA

HONORS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Military
  • Overseas Service Medal - 1985, 1995, 1998
  • National Defense Service Medal - 1980
  • Army Achievement Medal - 1982
  • Army Commendation Medal w/Oak Leaf Cluster - 1984, 1997
  • Meritorious Service Medal w/2 Oak Leaf Clusters - 1985, 1992, 1999
  • Superior Unit Award - 1992
  • Honor Graduate AMEDD Officer Basic Course - 1980
  • Distinguished Honor Graduate AMEDD Officer Advanced Course - 1985
  • Department of Defense Research and Development Achievement Award - 1990
  • Awarded "A" Proficiency Designator - 1996
  • Royal Thai Army 1st Regimental "The King's Own Bodyguard" Ammunition Pouch - 1998
Professional
  • Teaching Assistantship awarded by the University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Biology, 1972 - 1978
  • Research Associateship awarded by the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Public Health, 1972 - 1978
  • Research Associateship awarded by the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., 1975 – 1978
  • National Research Council, National Academies of Science Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Entomology, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C., 1978-1980
  • Invited presentations at International Congress of Tropical Medicine and Malaria, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996
  • Selected to serve on the Regulatory and Liaison Affairs Committee, 1985 - 1992 and Worldwide Representative on the Finance Committee 1995 - 1998 of the American Mosquito Control Association
  • Invited presentations at Annual Meetings of American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene,1985, 1988
  • Elected to serve on the executive council of the American Committee on Medical Entomology, American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1989 - 1993
  • World Health Organization, Tropical Disease Research Grant Awardee, 1993 - 1998
  • World Health Organization, Task Force on Tropical Diseases and the Environment Research Grant Awardee, 1995-1998
  • World Health Organization, Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Disease Grant Collaborator, 1995-1998
  • Selected to serve on Editorial Board Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 1996-2003
  • Selected to serve as an advisor to the USDA on Vector-Borne disease Bioterrorism Threats, 2002
  • Selected to serve on a National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease Special Emphasis Panel, 2002
  • Selected to serve on Univ. Calif. Agricultural and Natural Resources Research Review Panel (2002-04)
  • Awarded the 2003 first place John I. Davidson Award for Practical Papers by the American Society for Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing
  • Selected by United States Secretary of Agriculture Ann M. Veneman to represent the National Aeronautics and Space Administration as a delegate at the 2003 USDA Ministerial Conference and Expo on Agricultural Science and Technology, Sacramento, California, June 2003.
  • Selected to serve as an advisor on infectious diseases, GIS and remote sensing to the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Bangkok Thailand, 2003-2004
  • Selected to serve as an external reviewer of Competitive Research Proposals for the U.S. Amy Medical Research and Materiel Command, 2003-2005
  • Selected to serve as an external reviewer for Gates Foundation’s Global Health program (2003-2005)
  • Selected as Editor-in-Chief (2003-2006) of the Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
  • Selected as Editor-Emeritus (2007-present) of the Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association
  • Awarded USDA-ARS 2009 ARS Superior Effort Technology Transfer Award For outstanding effort and creativity in the development and transfer of Rift Valley fever outbreak early-warning system to protect global agriculture and public health.
  • Awarded Department of Energy, Federal Energy Management USDA Energy Champion Pioneer, September 2009
  • Awarded 2009 USDA-ARS South Atlantic Area Technology Transfer Award for Outstanding Effort in the Development and Transfer
  • Awarded 2009 Federal Laboratory Consortium Southeast Region Honorable Mention for Partnership Award, Naples Florida
  • Awarded 2010 Federal Laboratory Consortium National Technology Transfer Interagency Partnership Award, Albuquerque, NM
  • Awarded Outstanding Poster Presentation at Preventive Medicine 2010, Arlington VA
  • Awarded 2010 Federal Laboratory Consortium Laboratory Director of the Year, Albuquerque, NM
Consultantships
  • Smithsonian Institution Consultant on mosquito biosystematics, Washington, D.C., 1978 - 1982
  • International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases Consultant on arthropods of veterinary importance, Nairobi, Kenya, 1982-1990
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Consultant on the applications of remote sensing technology to disease monitoring, Washington, D.C., Beltsville, MD, and Mountain View, CA, 1985 - present.
  • Organization of African Unity Consultant to the Scientific Technical and Research Commission on Rift Valley fever virus ecology in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya, 1986.
  • University of California, Institute for Space Studies Consultant on the use of remote sensing technology to disease monitoring, La Jolla, CA, 1986 - 1993
  • Institute Pasteur Consultant on Rift Valley fever epidemiology, Dakar, Senegal and Rosso, Mauritania, 1987-1989
  • United Nations Environment Programme Consultant on the application of remote sensing to global environmental monitoring, Nairobi, Kenya and Lusaka, Zambia, 1988- 1989
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency Consultant on the potential impact of climate change on patterns of infectious disease in the United States, Washington, D.C, 1988
  • United States Department of Agriculture Consultant on Rift Valley fever virus, Beltsville, MD, 1988
  • National Geographic Society Consultant on mosquito biology, Washington, D.C., 1988-present
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration Consultant on earth observation use of the Space Shuttle and the Orbiting Space Station, Houston, TX, 1990
  • Thailand National Institutes of Health Consultant on dengue vectors, Bangkok, Thailand, 1992 - present
  • Thailand National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology Consultant on arthropod vectors, Bangkok, Thailand, 1992 - present
  • Thailand Centers for Disease Control Consultant on malaria vectors, Bangkok, Thailand, 1993 - present
  • World Health Organization Technical expert on vectors of malaria in Southeast Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 1993 – present
  • Faculty of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, External Reviewer for Doctoral Programs, 1992-Present
  • Member of the Univ. of Calif. Mosquito Research Review and Advisory Committee (2002-2004)
  • Member of the Florida Coordinating Council on Mosquito Control (2005-present)
  • Member of a Department of Defense Review Panel for Military Infectious Disease Research (2003-present)
  • Member of the Department of Defense-Global Emerging Infections System (2001-present)
  • World Health Organization Member of International Health Regulations Roster of Experts as an expert in Rift Valley fever (2008-2011).

Publications:  199 Peer-reviewed articles and Book Chapters. Topics include vector and disease control, sytematics, arbovirology, malaria, rickettsial diseases, and applications of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing to disease surveillance and epidemiology. Scientific Articles include 2 publications in Science, one in Nature, 2 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, one in Proceedings of the IEEE, and multiple publications is American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association, Journal of Medical Entomology, Medical and Veterinary Entomology, Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Bulletin of the World Health Organization, Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association, and other internationally recognized journals.


Presentations:   338 Oral and Poster scientific presentations at national and international scientific meetings. Presentations have included numerous invited talks at Plenary Sessions.

Publications

1.  Faran, M.E. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1981.  A handbook to the Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus) of the Amazon basin.  Mosquito Systematics 13:1-81.
2.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, C.L. Bailey, and A. Kairo. 1983.  Mosquito species succession a dambo in an East African forest.  Mosquito News 43:464-470.
3.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, C.L. Bailey, and A. Kairo. 1984.  Mosquito species encountered in a flooded grassland dambo in Kenya.  Mosquito News 44:228-232.
4.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, and A. Kairo.  1984.  Observations of the biting activity of mosquitoes at a flooded dambo in Kenya.  Mosquito News 44:595-598.
5.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and F.G. Davies.  1984.  Aerial collection of Culicoides schultzei group (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) in Kenya.  Mosquito News 44:601-603.
6.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, and C.L. Bailey.  1984.  A possible maintenance cycle for Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya by ground pool breeding Aedes mosquitoes.  In Proceedings of XI International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, p. 86, Calgary, Canada.
7.  Davies, F.G., K.J. LINTHICUM, and A.D. James.  1985.  Rainfall and epizootic Rift Valley fever.  Bulletin of the World Health Organization 63:941-943.
8.  LINTHICUM, K.J., H.F.A. Kaburia, F.G. Davies, and K.J. Lindquist.  1985.  A blood meal analysis of engorged mosquitoes found in Rift Valley fever epizootic areas in Kenya.  Journal of the American Mosquito Association 1:93-95.
9.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, and C.L. Bailey.  1985.  Rift Valley fever virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Phlebovirus).  Isolations from Diptera collected during an interepizootic period in Kenya.  Journal of Hygiene, Cambridge 95:197-209.
10.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and A. Kairo.  1985.  Observations on the dispersal and survival of a population of Aedes lineatopennis (Ludlow) (Diptera: Culicidae) in Kenya.  Bulletin of Entomological Research 75:661-670.
11.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, and J. Kamau.  1985.  Predation on emerging adult mosquitoes by Brachydeutera munroi (Diptera: Ephydridae).  Proceedings of the 72nd Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association, p. 178-181.
12.  Davies, F.G. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1986.  The Sudan dioch (Quelea quelea aethiopica) and Rift Valley fever.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 80:171-172.
13.  Gargan T.P. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1986.  Variation in the length of the median pale band on the proboscis of Aedes taeniorhynchus.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 2:222-224.
14.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, C.L. Bailey, H.P. Kaburia, and K.J. Lindquist.  1987.  Field ecological studies on Rift Valley fever virus.  In Advances in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of immunizable diseases in Africa.  Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.  S.N. Kinoti, D.K. Koech, P.M. Tukei (Eds.), paper 21/86, p. 97-108.
15.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and C.J. Tucker.  1988.  Use of satellite remote sensing imagery to predict Rift Valley fever virus activity in Kenya.  In Viral diseases of animals in Africa.  p. 145-162.  A.O. Williams and W.N. Masiga (Eds). Organization of African Unity Scientific, Technical and Research Commission.
16.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and C.J. Tucker.  1987.   Detection of Rift Valley fever viral activity in Kenya by satellite remote sensing imagery.  Science 235:1656-1659.
17.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and A. Kairo.  1988.  Rift Valley fever virus disease in Kenya: role of transovarial transmission, p. 163-172.  In Viral diseases of animals in Africa.  A.O. Williams and W.N. Masiga (Eds).  Organization of African Unity Scientific, Technical and Research Commission.  Lagos, Nigeria.
18.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, and T.M. Logan.  1988.  The horizontal distribution of Aedes pupae and their subsequent adults within a flooded dambo in Kenya: Implications for Rift Valley fever virus control.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 4:551-554.
19.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and C.J. Tucker.  1988.  Use of remote sensing to predict the threat of vector-borne diseases to military deployment.  In Proceedings of the 1988 Army Science Conference.  Vol II. Fort Monroe, Virginia.  Pages 155-167.
20.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1988.  A revision of the Argyritarsis section of the subgenus Nyssorhynchus of Anopheles (Diptera: Culicidae).  Mosquito Systematics 20:98-271.
21.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and C.J. Tucker.  1988.  Use of remote sensing to monitor the threat of vector-borne diseases.  Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Department Biennial Medical Entomology Training Course, pp. 64.
22.  Ambrosia, V.G., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, and P. Sebesta.  1989.  Modeling Rift Valley fever (RVF) disease vector habitats using active and passive remote sensing systems.  In Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 14 July 1989, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York.
23.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts, and D.J. Dohm.  1989.  Experimental infection of six species of ixodid ticks with Dugbe virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Nairovirus).  The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 40:410-417.
24.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K.D. Mitchell, T.M. Logan, F.G. Davies, C.W. Kamau, P.C. Thande, and J.N. Wagateh.  1989.  Monitoring mosquito vector breeding habitats using polar orbiting meteorological satellite imagery.  In Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.
25.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, D.J. Dohm, and J.R. Moulton.  1989.  Transstadial and horizontal transmission of Rift Valley fever virus in the tick Hyalomma truncatum.  The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 41:491-496.
26.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, P.C. Thande, J.N. Wagateh, C.W. Kamau, C.L. Bailey, and F.G. Davies.  1989.  Efficacy of a sustained release methoprene formulation on vectors of Rift Valley fever virus in field studies in Kenya.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 5:603-605.
27.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.P. Kondig, and C.L. Bailey.  1989.  Biology of Hyalomma impeltatum (Acari: Ixodidae) under laboratory conditions.  Journal of Medical Entomology 26:479-483.
28.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts, and J.R. Moulton.  1989.  Experimental transmission of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus by Hyalomma truncatum Koch.  The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 40:207-212.
29.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.W. Kamau, J.N. Wagateh, P.C. Thande, C.L. Bailey, and F.G. Davies.  1989.  Field studies on the use of a mosquito growth regulator to control vectors of Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya.  In Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.
30.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts, D.J. Dohm, and J.R. Moulton.  1989.  Replication of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (Family Bunyaviridae, Genus Nairovirus) in four species of Ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) after experimental infection.  Journal of Medical Entomology 27:537-542.
31.  Watts, D.M., T.G. Ksiazek, K.J. LINTHICUM, and H. Hoogstraal.  1989.  Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever.  In The Arboviruses: Epidemiology and Ecology.  Vol. II.  T.P. Monath (Ed.), CRC Press, Inc.  Chapter 22:177-260.
32.  Bailey, C.L. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1990.  Satellite remote sensing: a future technology for monitoring vector populations and predicting arbovirus outbreaks, pp. 111-116.  In Arbovirus Research in Australia.  Proceedings Fifth Symposium, August 28 - September 1, 1989.  Brisbane, Australia.
33.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K. Mitchell, S.W. Gordon, T.M. Logan, C.J. Peters, and J.P. Digoutte.  1990.  Polar orbiting satellite monitoring of man-made alterations in the ecology of the Senegal River basin, as they relate to a Rift Valley fever epidemic, pp. 116-119.  In Arbovirus Research in Australia.  Proceedings Fifth Symposium, August 28 - September 1, 1989.  Brisbane, Australia.
34.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, and C.L. Bailey.  1990.  Potential control of Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya by applying a juvenile hormone mimic to the immature stages of enzootic/epizootic mosquito vectors, p. 191.  In Arbovirus Research in Australia.  Proceedings Fifth Symposium, August 28 – September 1, 1989.  Brisbane, Australia.
35.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K. Mitchell, S.W. Gordon, T.M. Logan, C.J. Peters, and J.P. Digoutte.  1990.  Impact of an irrigation scheme on Rift Valley fever disease in man and domestic animals.  In Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Nairobi, Kenya.
36.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, and C.J. Tucker.  1990.  A remote-sensing model to predict the threat of vector-borne diseases to military deployment, pp. 29-40.  In Proceedings of the twenty-ninth U.S. Army Operations Research Symposium, 9 October - 11 October 1990, Ft. Lee, VA.
37.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.N. Wagateh, P.C. Thande, C.W. Kamau, and C.R. Roberts.  1990.  Pretreatment of floodwater Aedes habitats (dambos) in Kenya with a sustained-release formulation of methoprene.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 6:736-738.
38.  Turell, M.J., K.J. LINTHICUM, and J.R. Beaman.  1990.  Transmission of Rift Valley fever virus by adult mosquitoes after ingestion of virus as larvae.  Journal of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 43:677-680.
39.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K.D. Mitchell, T.M. Logan, F.G. Davies, C.W. Kamau, P.C. Thande, and J.N. Wagateh.  1991.  Application of polar-orbiting, meteorological satellite data to detect indirectly flooding of Rift Valley fever virus vector mosquito habitats in Kenya.  Medical and Veterinary Entomology 4:433-438.
40.  Dohm, D.J., Romoser, M.J. Turell, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1991.  Impact of stressful conditions on the survival of Culex pipiens exposed to Rift Valley fever virus.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 7:621-623.
41.  Davies, F.G., E. Kilelu, K.J. LINTHICUM, and R.G. Pegram.  1992.  Patterns of Rift Valley fever virus activity in Zambia.  Epidemiology and Infections 108:185-191.
42.  Durden, L.A., K.J. LINTHICUM, M.J. Turell.  1992.  Mechanical Transmission of Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis virus.  Journal of Medical Entomology 29:118-121.
43.  Durden, L.A. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1992.  Efficient laboratory maintenance of blood-feeding mesostigmatid mites (Acari).  Journal of Medical Entomology 29:564-566.
44.  Gordon, S.W., R.F. Tammariello, K.J. LINTHICUM, R.A. Wirtz, and J.P. Digoutte.  1991.  Feeding patterns of mosquitoes collected in the Senegal River Basin.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 7:424-432.
45.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, S.W. Gordon, C.J. Peters, T.P. Monath, J. Osario, B.D. Francy, R.G. McLean, J.W. LeDuc, R.R. Graham, P.B. Jahrling, J.R. Moulton, and D.J. Dohm.  1991.  Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus infection in and transmission by the tick Amblyomma cajennense (Fabricius).  Journal of Medical Entomology 28:405-409.
46.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, J.P. Kondig, S.W. Gordon, and C.L. Bailey.  1991.  Laboratory biology of Hyalomma truncatum (Acari: Ixodidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology 28:280-283.
47.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D. Angleberger, D. Ashby, R. Whittle, P.C. Wagateh, J.N. Thande, and C.W. Kamau.  1991.  An automated technique to map mosquito breeding habitats in Kenya.  In Proceedings of the 12th Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Nairobi, Kenya (pp. 189-192).
48.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, D.R. Angleberger, T. Cannon, T.M. Logan, P.H. Gibbs, and J. Nickeson.  1991.  Towards Real-Time prediction of Rift Valley fever epidemics in Africa.  Journal of Preventive Veterinary Medicine 11:325-334.
49.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D.L. Dickson, and T.M. Logan.  1991.VFeeding efficiency of Hyalomma truncatum (Acari: Ixodidae) on hosts previously exposed to ticks. I. Larvae.  Journal of Medical Entomology 29:310-313.
50.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, P.C.Thande, J.N. Wagateh, and C.R. Roberts.  1991.  Mosquito species collected from a marsh in Western Kenya during the long rainy season.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 7:395-399.
51.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, F.G. Davies, Y.S. Binepal, and C.R. Roberts.  1991.  Isolation of Rift Valley fever virus from mosquitoes collected during an outbreak in domestic animals in Kenya.  Journal of Medical Entomology 28:293-295.
52.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, P.C. Thande, J.N. Wagateh, C.R. Roberts.  1991.  Egg hatching of Aedes mosquitoes during successive floodings in a Rift Valley fever endemic area in Kenya.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 7:109-112.
53.  Logan, T.M., F.G. Davies, K.J. LINTHICUM, and T.G. Ksiazek.  1992.  Rift Valley fever antibody in human sera collected after an outbreak in domestic animals in Kenya.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 86:202-203.
54.  Logan, T.M. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1992.  Survival of Aedes (Neomelaniconion) eggs in the laboratory.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 8:89-91.
55.  Pope, K.O., E.J. Sheffner, K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, T.M. Logan, E.S. Kasischke, K. Birney, A.R. Njogu, and C.R. Roberts.  1992.  Identification of central Kenyan Rift Valley fever virus vector habitats with Landsat TM and evaluation of their flooding status with airborne imaging radar.  Remote Sensing of the Environment 40:185-196.
56.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.W. Gordon, and T.P. Monath.  1992.  Comparative infections of epizootic and enzootic strains of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus in Amblyomma cajennense ticks.  Journal of Medical Entomology 29:827-831.
57.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, and R.K. Whittle.  1992.  Studies on the comparison of chemical, biological, and physical methods to control floodwater Aedes and Culex mosquitoes in Kenya.  Proceedings of the XIII International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, p. 189.
58.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and T.M. Logan.  1992.  Relationship between feeding success of a tick and ingestion of an arbovirus.  Proceedings of the XIII International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, p. 214.
59.  Gordon, S.W., R.F. Tammariello, K.J. LINTHICUM, D.J. Dohm, and J.P. Digoutte.  1992.  Arbovirus isolations from mosquitoes collected during 1988 in the Senegal River Basin.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 47:742-748.
60.  Logan, T.M. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1992.  Evaluation of a briquet formulation of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis (H-14) against Aedes spp. and Culex spp. larvae in dambos in Kenya.  Biocontrol Science and Technology 2: 257-260.
61.  K.J. LINTHICUM.  1992.  TM data helps solve fever mystery in Africa.  LANDSAT Data Users Notes 7(4): 3-4.
62.  Dohm, D.J. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1993.  The effects of temperature on fecundity and virus replication in Amblyomma cajennense (Arachnida:Ixodidae) infected with Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus.  Journal of Medical Entomology 30: 286-290.
63.  Durden, L.A., T.M. Logan, M.L. Wilson, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1993.  Experimental vector incompetence of the soft tick Ornithodoros sonrai (Acari: Argasidae), for Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus. Journal of Medical Entomology 30: 493-496.
64.  Durden, L.A., K.J. LINTHICUM, and T.P. Monath.  1993.  Laboratory transmission of eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus to chickens by chicken mites (Acari: Dermanyssidae).  Journal of Medical Entomology 30: 281-285.
65.  Gordon,S.W., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.R. Moulton, and J.P. Kondig.  1993.  Experimental transmission of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus in two species of Hyalomma ticks from infected adults to cofeeding immatures.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 48: 576-580.
66.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and M.J. Turell.  1993.  Surveillance of Arboviral Diseases by using satellite derived remotely-sensed data.  Vector Control Bulletin of the North Central States 1(2): 52-55.
67.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.R, Moulton, and T.G. Ksiazek.  1993.  Antigen-capture enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detection and quantification of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in the tick, Hyalomma truncatum.  Journal of Virological Methods 42: 33-44.
68.  Whittle, R.K., K.J. LINTHICUM, P.C. Thande, J.N. Wagati, C.M. Kamau, and C.R. Roberts.  1993.  The effect of controlled burning on survival of floodwater Aedes (Diptera: Culicidae) mosquito eggs in Kenya.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 9: 72-77.
69.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and T. M. Logan.  1993.  Feeding of Hyalomma truncatum (Acari:Ixodidae) nymphs on hosts previously exposed to ticks.  Journal of Medical Entomology 30: 1064-1067.
70.  Dohm, D.J. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1993.  Ticks infected with VEE virus.  Proceedings and Abstracts for First International Conference on tick-borne pathogens at the host-vector interface: and agenda for research.  St. Paul, MN, 15-18 Sept., 1992.
71.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1993.  Comment on Case 2852, conservation of specific names Aedes (Neomelaniconion) albothorax, A. (N.) circumluteolus, A. (N.) mcintoshi.  Bull. of Zoological Nomenclature 50: 234-235.
72.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and T.M. Logan.  1994.  Laboratory transmission Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus by the tick Hyalomma truncatum.  Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 88: 126
73.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and T.M. Logan.  1994.  Weight gain, hemoglobin uptake, and virus ingestion by Hyalomma truncatum ticks after engorgement on viremic guinea pigs previously exposed to ticks. Journal of Medical Entomology 31: 306-309.
74.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, S.W. Gordon, T.M. Logan, C.J. Peters, and J.P. Digoutte.  1994.  Observations with NOAA and SPOT satellites on the effect of man-made alterations in the ecology of the Senegal River basin in Mauritania on Rift Valley fever virus transmission.  Sistema Terra 3: 44-47.
75.  Wilson, M.L., L.E. Chapman, D.B. Hall, E.A. Dykstra, K. Ba, H.G. Zeller, M. Traore-Lamizana, J.-P. Hervy, K.J. LINTHICUM, and C.J. Peters.  1994.  Rift Valley fever in rural northern Senegal:  human risk factors and potential vectors.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 50: 663-675.
76.  Peters, C.J. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1994.  Rift Valley fever.  In Handbook of Zoonoses.  Second Edition.  Section B: Viral. G.B. Beran (Ed.), CRC Press, Inc. Boca Raton, Fl
77.  Sithiprasasna, R., D. Strickman, B.L. Innis, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1994.  Enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for detecting dengue and Japanese encephalitis viral antigen in mosquitoes.  Annals of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine 88: 397-404.
78.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and C.L. Bailey.  1994.  Ecology of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever.  In Ecological Dynamics of Tick-Borne Zoonoses, 392-437 pp.  Oxford University Press, New York.
79.  LINTHICUM, K.J., P. Tanskul, R. Rosenberg, D. Leuprasitasankul, P. Watcharapichat, and C. Eamsila.  1995.  Preliminary observations on the temporal and spatial distribution of Leptotrombidium spp. chiggers and rodents in northern Thailand.  Proceedings of the First International Congress of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, PP. 154-159.
80.  LINTHICUM, K.J., K. Platt, K.S. Myint, K. Lerdthusnee, B.L. Innis.  1996.  An immunocytochemical study of the distribution of Dengue 3 virus in Aedes aegypti (Diptera:Culicidae). Medical and Veterinary Entomology 10: 87-92.
81.  Rattanarithikul, R., K. Konishi, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Detection of Plasmodium vivax and Plasmodium falciparum circumsporozoite antigen in anopheline mosquitoes collected in southern Thailand.  The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 54: 114-121.
82.  Rattanarithikul, R., E. Konishi, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Observations on the nocturnal biting activity at human hosts and blood meal analysis of anophelines collected in southern Thailand.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 12: 52-57.
83.  Rattanarithikul, R., K.J. LINTHICUM, and E. Konishi.  1996.  Seasonal abundance and parity rates in Anopheles species in southern Thailand.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 12: 75-83.
84.  Dohm, D.J., T.M. Logan, K.J. LINNTHICUM, C.A. Rossi and M.J. Turell.  1996.  Transmission of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever by Hyalomma impeltatum (Acari: Ixodidae) following experimental infection.  Journal of Medical Entomology 33: 848-851.
85.  Frances, S.P., Chirapa Eamsila, Chaiyaphruk Pilakasiri and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Effectiveness of repellent formulations containing deet against mosquitoes in northeastern Thailand.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 12: 331-333.
86.  Sithiprasasna, R., Ekawan Luepromchai, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Effects of sublethal dosages of methoprene on Anopheles dirus species A and B.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 12:483-486.
87.  Frances, S.P., T.A. Klein, R.A. Wirtz, Chirapa Eamsila, Chaiyaphruk Pilakasiri and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996  Plasmodium falciparum and Plasmodium vivax circumsporozoite proteins in anophelines (Diptera: Culicidae) collected in eastern Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 33: 990-991.
88.  Karnasuta, C, J. Prachumsri , K.J. LINTHICUM, H. Fujioka, M. Aikawa, and G. Watt.  1996.  Drug studies on Plasmodium vivax liver-stage parasites in hepatoma cell cultures.  Proceedings of the XIV International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, p. 73.
89.  LINTHICUM, K. and S.W. Gordon.  1996.  Effective management of epidemiological data for malaria vector control programs.  Proceedings of the XIV International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, p. 104.
90.  Rattanarithikul, R., E. Konishi, and K.J. Linthicum.  1996.  An entomologic study on malarial vectors in southern Thailand.  Proceedings of the XIV International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, p. 332.
91.  Rongnoparut, P., S. Yaicharoen, N. Sirichotpakorn, R. Rattanarithikul, G. Lanzaro and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1997.  Microsatellite polymorphism in Anopheles maculatus, a malaria vector in Thailand.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 55: 589-594.
92.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1997.  Efficacy of topical and uniform impregnated repellents against malaria, dengue and scrub typhus vector in Thailand.  Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Department Biennial Medical Entomology Training Course.
93.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1997.  Use of GPS and GIS in vector surveillance and Control.  Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Department Biennial Medical Entomology Training Course.
94.  Edman, J., P. Kittayapong, K.J. LINTHICUM, T. Scott.  1997.  Attractant resting boxes for rapid collection and surveillance of Aedes aegypti (L.) inside houses.  Journal of the American Mosquito Association 13: 24-27.
95.  Platt, K., LINTHICUM, K.J., K.S. Myint, B.L.Innis, K. Lerdthusnee, D.W. Vaughn.  1997.  Impact of dengue virus on feeding behavior of Aedes aegypti.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 57:119-125.
96.  Tanskul, P. and LINTHICUM, K.J.  1997.  A new species of Leptotrombidium (Acari:Trombiculidae), collected in active rice fields in northern Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 34:368-371.
97.  Nualchawee, K., P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, D. Dowreang, K.J. Linthicum, R. Sithiprasasna, P. Rajbhandari.  1997.  Correlation between malaria incidence and changes in vegetation cover using satellite remote sensing and GIS techniques.  In Proceedings of the 1997 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, New York.
98.  Nualchawee, K., P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, D. Dowreang, K.J. Linthicum, R. Sithiprasasna, P. Rajbhandari.  1997.  Application of satellite remote sensing and GIS techniques to determine correlation between malaria incidence and changes in vegetation cover: a case study of Chanthaburi Province of Thailand.  In Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Remote Sensing Society, The University of Reading, Reading, England.
99.  Nualchawee, K., P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, D. Dowreang, K.J. Linthicum, R. Sithiprasasna, P. Rajbhandari.  1997.  Integration of remote sensing and GIS techniques to study the relationship between vector borne disease and vegetation cover: a case of malaria in Chanthaburi Province of Thailand.  In Proceedings of the 18th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing.  University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
100.  Kittayapong, P., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.D. Edman, and T.W. Scott.  1997.  Further evaluation of indoor resting boxes for Aedes aegypti surveillance.  Dengue Bulletin 21: 77-83
101.  Sithiprasasna, R., K.J. Linthicum, K. Lerdthusnee, and T.G. Brewer.  1997.  Use of geographic information system to study the epidemiology of dengue hemorrhagic fever in Thailand.  Dengue Bulletin 21:68-72.
102.  Myint, K.S.,K.J. Linthicum, P. Tanskul, K. Lerdthusnee, D.W. Vaughn, D. Mongkolsirichaikul, P. Harnsukjariya, and M.W., Hastriter.  1998.  Immunocytochemical methods to study the distribution of Orientia tsutsugamushi in Leptotrombidium chiggers.  Journal of Medical Entomology 35: 556-560.
103.  Tanskul, P., K.J. Linthicum, P. Watcharapichat, D. Phulsuksombati, S. Mungviriya, S. Ratanatham, N. Suwanabun, J. Sattabongkot, and G. Watt.  1998.  A new ecology for scrub typhus associated with a foci of antibiotic resistance in rice farmers in Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 35:551-555.
104.  Hastriter, M.W., P. Tanskul, and K.J. Linthicum.  1998.  A systematic review of Acropsylla (Siphonaptera:Leptopsyllidae) with notes on some fleas from Northern Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 35: 390-395.
105.  Rongnoparut, P., N.Sirichotpakorn, R. Rattanarithikul, and K.J. Linthicum.  1998.  Sequence heterogeneity in Copia-like retrotransposons in Anopheles in Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 35:771-777.
106.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and P. Tanskul.  1998.  Geographic Information Systems to Predict Vector-Borne Disease Threats in South-East Asia.  Proceedings of the 1998 DOD Pest Management Workshop: Force Protection and Environmental Stewardship.
107.  Rongnoparut, P., N. Sirichotpakorn, R. Rattanarithikul, S. Yaicharoen, and K. Linthicum  1999.  Gene flow Estimates of gene flow among Anopheles maculatus populations in Thailand using microsatellite analysis.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 60:508-515.
108.  Tanskul, P., and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1999.  Redescription of Leptotrombidium (Leptotrombidium) imphalum (Acari: Trombiculidae), with observations of the bionomics and medical importance in northern Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 36:88-91.
109.  K. J. Linthicum, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, P. W. Kelley, M.F. Myers, and C. J. Peters.  1999.  Climate and satellite Indicators to forecast Rift Valley fever epidemics in Kenya.  Science 285: 397-400.
110.  Frances, S. P., P. Watcharapichat, D. Phulsuksombati, P. Tanskul, and K.J. Linthicum.  1999.  Seasonal occurrence of Leptotrombidium deliense (Acari: Trombiculidae) attracted to sentinel rodents in an orchard near Bangkok, Thailand.  Journal of Medical Entomology 36:869-874.
111.  P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, S. Yimsamran, K. Linthicum, K. Nualchawee, D. Dawreang, S. Kongrod, N. Premmanisakul, W. Maneeboonyang, and N. Salazar.  1999.  Malaria in tree crop plantations in south-eastern and western provinces of Thailand.  Southeast Asian J. Trop. Med. Public Health.  30:399-404.
112.  K. J. Linthicum, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, P. W. Kelley, M.F. Myers, and C. J. Peters.  2000.  Linkages between El Nino and Rift Valley fever Outbreaks in East Africa.  In Proceedings of the 24th Annual Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop, pp.103-106.  U.S. Department of Commerce, National Centers for Environmental Prediction/NOAA, Washington, D.C.
113.  K.J. Linthicum, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, P.W. Kelley, M.F. Myers, and C.J. Peters.  2000.  Global climate data acquired by satellites and the prediction of Rift Valley fever outbreaks in East Africa.  In Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Ohio Mosquito Control Association. 10: 61-68.
114.  A. Anyamba, K.J. Linthicum, C.J. Tucker.  2000.  Climate-Disease Connections: Rift Valley Fever in Kenya.  Cad. Saude Publica (Reports in Public Health), Rio de Janeiro. 16: 109-118.
115.  A. Anyamba, K.J. Linthicum, Robert Mahoney, and C. J. Tucker.  2001.  Mapping spatial distribution of potential Rift Valley fever outbreaks in southern Africa and the Sahel Region using NOAA - NDVI time series data.  In Proceedings of the 25th Annual Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop, pp. 173-176.
116.  A. Anyamba, K.J. Linthicum, Robert Mahoney, C. J. Tucker, and P.W. Kelley.  2002.  Mapping Potential Risk of Rift Valley fever outbreaks in African savannas using vegetaion index time series data.  Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 68:137-145.
117.  C.J. Tucker, J. M. Wilson, R. Mahoney, A. Anyamba, K.Linthicum, and M.F. Myers.  2002.  Climatic and ecological context of the 1994-1996 Ebola outbreaks.  Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 68: 147-152.
118.  K. Lerdthusnee, N. Khlaimanee, S. Mungviriya, K.J. Linthicum, S. P. Frances, D. Strickman, T.M. Kollars, Jr. and R.E. Coleman.  2002.  Efficiency of Leptotrombidium chiggers (Acari: Trombiculidae) at transmitting Orientia tsutsugamushi to laboratory mice. Journal of Medical Entomology 39: 521-525.
119.  S. P. Frances and K. J. Linthicum.  2002.  Infection and Transmission of Orientia tsutsugamushi following inoculation of adult Leptotrombidium deliense with cultured rickettsiae.  International Journal of Acarology 28: 267-272.
120.  S. Y. Liang, K.J. Linthicum, G.C. Gaydos.  2002.  Climate Change and the Monitoring of Vector-borne disease.  Journal of the American Medical Association 287: 2286.
121.  J. He, B.L. Innis, M.P. Shrestha, E.T. Clayson, R. M. Scott, K.J. Linthicum, G.G. Musser, S.C. Gigliotti, L.N. Binn, R.A. Kuschner, and D.W. Vaughn.  2002.  Evidence that Rodents are a reservoir of Hepatitis E virus for humans in Nepal.  Journal of Clinical Microbiology 40:4493-4498.
122.  K.J. Linthicum, V. Kramer, and The Surveillance Team.  2003.  Aedes albopictus Infestations in California in 2001.  Proceedings and Papers of the 70th Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, January 27 through January 30, 2002. 70:70-72.
123.  K.J. Linthicum, V.L. Kramer, M.B. Madon, K Fujioka, and The Surveillance Control Team.  2003.  Introduction and Potential Establishment of Aedes albopictus in California in 2001.  Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 19: 301-308.
124.  R.E. Coleman, T. Monkanna, K.J. Linthicum, D.A. Strickman, R. Rosenberg, S. P. Frances, P. Tanskul, T.M. Kollars, Jr., I. Inlao, P. Watcharapichat, N. Khlaimanee, D. Phulsuksombati, N. Sangjun, and K. Lerdthusnee.  2003.  Occurrence of Orientia tsutsugamushi in small mammals from Thailand.  American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 69: 519-524.
125.  R. Hu, T. W. Walker, and K.J. Linthicum.  2003.  A regional-based study to evaluate Lyme disease transmission risk in Southern California.  Proceedings and Papers of the 71st Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, January 12 through January 15, 2003. 71:54-57.
126.  T.W. Walker, R. Hu, K.J. Linthicum, S. Frederickson, L. Molina, M.G. Luna, and A.G. Barbour.  2003.  Ecological conditions associated with tick-borne relapsing fever in Inyo and Mono Counties, California, 2000-2002.  Proceedings and Papers of the 71st Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, January 12 through January 15, 2003. 71:64-68.
127.  R. Sithiprasasna, K.J. Linthicum, G.J. Liu, J.W. Jones, and P. Singhasivanon.  2003.  Some entomological observations on temporal and spatial distribution on malaria vectors in three villages in North-western Thailand using a Geographic Information System (GIS).  Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 34:505-516.
128.  R. Sithiprasasna, K.J. Linthicum, G.J. Liu, J.W. Jones, and P. Singhasivanon.  2003.  Use of GIS-based spatial modeling approach to characterize the spatial patterns of malaria mosquito breeding habitats in North-western Thailand.  Southeast Asian Journal of Tropical Medicine and Public Health 34: 517-528.
129.  R. Hu, R. Spano, M. Rood. T.W. Walker, and K.J. Linthicum.  2004.  Temporal distribution of adult Ixodes pacificus at Griffith Park, Los Angeles County.  Proceedings and Papers of the 72nd Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, February 1 through February 4, 2003. 72:61-62.
130.  R. Hu, H. Murray, B. Hess, T.W. Walker, and K.J. Linthicum.  2004.  Seasonal abundance of adult Ixodes pacificus in the San Jacinto Mountains, Riverside County.  Proceedings and Papers of the 72nd Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, February 1 through February 4, 2003. 72:73-76.
131.  T.W. Walker, R. Hu, K.J. Linthicum, M.E. Metzger, S. Frederickson, and l. Molina.  2004.  S Preventive Measure for reducing the risk of tick-borne relapsing fever in Mono and Inyo Counties, California.  Proceedings and Papers of the 72nd Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, February 1 through February 4, 2003. 72:58-60.
132.  Sithiprasasna, R.S., L.W. Ja, D.M. Ugsang, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2005. Identification and characterization of larval and adult anopheline mosquito habitats in the republic of Korea: Potential use of remotely sensed data to estimate mosquito distributions. International Journal of Health Geographics. 4: 17-27.
133.  Chretien, J.P., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.A. Pavlin, J.C. Gaydos, and J.L. Malone. 2006. Epidemiologic applications of emerging infectious disease modeling to support US military readiness and national security. Emerging Infectious Diseases 12(1):05-1214. Available from http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EIDvol12no01/05-1214.htm.
134.  Anyamba, A., J.P Chretien, P. Formenty, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, H. Bushra, V. Martin and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2006. Rift Valley fever potential, Arabian Peninsula. Emerging Infectious Diseases 12: 518-520.
135.  Anyamba, A., J. Small, C.J.Tucker, K. Cressman, T.B. Love, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2006. Remote sensing of eco-climatic conditions associated with the 2004 Desert Locust outbreak in Northwest and Sahelian Africa. In Proceedings of the Pecora 16 Symposium - Global Priorities in Land Remotes Sensing, September 23-27, 2005, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
136.  Rongnoparut, P., P. Rodpradit, P.Kongsawadworakul, R. Sithiprasasna, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2006. Population genetic structure of Anopheles maculatus in Thailand. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 22:192-197.
137.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.Allan, D.R. Barnard, J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, D.A. Carlson, G.G. Clark, C.J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, and D.L. Kline. 2006. The Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology: developing new mosquito surveillance and control products. Proceedings and Papers of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California 74:83-86.
138.  Anyamba, A., J. Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2006. Developing global climate anomalies suggest potential disease risks for 2006-2007. International Journal of Health Geographics 5:60. (http://www.ij-healthgeographics.com/content/5/1/60).
139.  Chretien, J., A. Anyamba, S.A. Bedno, R.F. Breiman, R. Sang, K. Sergon, A.M. Powers, C.O. Onyango, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2006. Drought-associated chikungunya emergence along coastal East Africa. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 76: 405-407.
140.  A. Anyamba, J. Small, J. Tucker, K.J. LINTHICUM and J.-P. Chretien. 2006. Emergency Prevention System for Trans-boundary Animal and Plant Pests and Diseases (EMPRES) Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO-UN) http://www.fao.org/docs/eims/upload//217874/EW_hornafrica_nov06_Rift Valley fever.pdf
141.  Pridgeon, J.W., K.M. Meepagala, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, R.M. Pereira, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2007. Structure-activity relationships of 33 piperidines as adulticides against Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 44:263-269.
142.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, S. Britch, J.-P. Chretien, R.L. Erickson, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, K.E. Bennett, R.T. Mayer, E. T. Schmidtmann, T. G. Andreadis, J. F. Anderson, W. C. Wilson, J. Freier, A. James, R. Miller, B. S. Drolet, S. Miller, C. Tedrow, C. Bailey, D. A. Strickman, D. R. Barnard, G. G. Clark, and L. Zou. 2007. A Rift Valley fever risk surveillance system for Africa using remotely sensed data: potential for use on other continents. Veterinaria Italiana 43: 663-674.
143.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM, and the Rift Valley Fever Working Group. 2007. Developing a research agenda and a comprehensive national prevention and response plan for Rift Valley fever in the U.S. Emerging Infectious Diseases 13(8). Serial on the Internet. 2007 Aug. Available from http://www.cdc.gov/EID/content/13/8/e1.htm
144.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.Allan, D. Barnard, J. Becnel, U. Bernier, S. Britch, G. Clark, M. Cooperband, C. Geden, J. Hogsette, D. Kline, Roberto Pereira, J. Pridgeon, B. Quinn, C. Welch, and L. Zhao. 2007. Mosquito and fly control research by the USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agriculture and Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE) in the Deployed War-Fighter Protection (DWFP) Program. Proceedings and Papers of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California 75:131-133.
145.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, and A. Anyamba. 2007. GIS Early-Warning System for vectors of Rift Valley fever: anomaly analysis of climate-population associations. California Mosquito and Vector Control Association Proceedings. Proceedings and Papers of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California 75:134-137.
146.  Chretien, J.P. and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2007. Chikungunya in Europe: What's next? Lancet 370 (9602): 1805-1806.
147.  Pridgeon, J.W., R. Pereira, J.J. Bencel, S.A. Allan, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Susceptibility of Aedes aegypti, Culex quinquefasciatus Say, and Anopheles quadrimaculatus Say to 19 pesticides with different modes of action. Journal of Medical Entomology 45: 82-87.
148.  Turell, M.J., K.J. LINTHICUM, L.A. Patrican, F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, and C.L. Bailey. 2008. Vector Competence of Selected African Mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) Species for Rift Valley Fever Virus. Journal of Medical Entomology 45:102-108.
149.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, E. Pak, Mosquito Surveillance Team Lake County Florida, Mosquito Surveillance Team Manatee County Florida, Mosquito Surveillance Team Pasco County, Florida, Mosquito Surveillance Team Sarasota County, Florida. 2008. Long-term surveillance data and patterns of invasion of Aedes albopictus in Florida. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 24: 115-120.
150.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, A. Anyamba, J.Small, C.J. Tucker, J.-P. Chretien, R. Sithipraasasna. 2008. Ecology of disease: the intersection of human and animal health. In Vector-borne diseases - Understanding the Environmental, Human Health, and Ecological Considerations, Workshop Summary, pages 78-88. Forum on Microbial Threats, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
151.  Zhao, L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Becnel and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Cytochrome c gene and protein expression: developmental regulation, environmental response and pesticide sensitivity in the Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 45: 401-408.
152.  Katritzky, A.R., Z. Wang, S. Slavov, M.Tsikolia, D. Dobchev, N. Akhmedov, D. Hall, U.R. Bernier, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Synthesis and bioassay of improved mosquito repellents predicted from chemical structure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105:7359-7364.
153.  Pridgeon, J.W., L. Zhao, J.J. Becnel, Daniel A. Strickman, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Topically applied AaeIAP1 double-stranded RNA kills female adults of Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 45: 414-420.
154.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. The value of long-term mosquito surveillance data. Technical Bulletin of the Florida Mosquito Control Association 8: 2-9.
155.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, R. Sithipraasasna, and C.J. Tucker. 2008. Effects of environmental factors on the ability of mosquitoes to transmit arboviruses. Technical Bulletin of Florida Mosquito Control Association 8:24-26.
156.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.A. Allan, D.R. Barnard, J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, D.A. Carlson, C.J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, and D.L. Kline. 2008. Overview of mosquito research programs at the United States Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service, Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology. Wing Beats 19:31-34.
157.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, E. Pak, F.A. Maloney Jr., K. Cobb, E. Stanwix, J. Humphries, A. Spring, B. Pagac, and M. Miller. 2008. Can satellite vegetation index data provide early warning of elevated mosquito population at CONUS military installations? Military Medicine 173:677-683
158.  Chretien, J.P., A. Anyamba, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, S.C. Britch, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Extreme weather and epidemics: Rift Valley fever and chikungunya fever, Workshop Summary, pages 116-128. In Global Climate change and Extreme Weather Events: Understanding the Contributions to Infectious Disease Emergence, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
159.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2008. Insects of war, terror and torture. Nature 456: 37-37.
160.  Pridgeon, J.W., L. Zhao, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Developmental and environmental regulation of AaeIAP1 transcript in Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 45:1071-1079.
161.  Anyamba, A., J.P. Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, P. Formenty, J.H. Richardson, S.C. Britch, D.C. Schnabel, R.L. Erickson and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Prediction of the Rift Valley fever outbreak in the Horn of Africa 2006-2007. Proceedings National Academy of Sciences 106 (3):955-959.
162.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez and H. D. Lothrop. 2009. Evaluation of barrier treatment on native vegetation in a southern California desert habitat. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 25(2): 184-193.
163.  Chretien JP, Anyamba A, Small J, Tucker CJ, Britch SC, and LINTHICUM KJ. 2009. Environmental biosurveillance for epidemic prediction: experience with Rift Valley fever. pp.169-174 in: Zeng D, Chen H, Rolka H, Lober B, eds. Biosurveillance and biosecurity: systems and algorithms. Berlin: Springer.
164.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, C. Gay, S.C. Britch, J.-P. Chretien, C. Witt, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, K. Bennett, W. Wilson, and M.J. Turell. 2009. Rift Valley fever overview and recent developments at USDA. In Proceedings 112th Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association. Meghan Richey Gower, Missouri and Richardson Printing, Kansas City, Missouri.
165.  Phasomkusolsil, S., P. Tanskul, S. Ratanatham, P. Watcharapichat, D. Phulsuksombati, S.P. Frances, K. Lerdthusnee, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Transstadial and Transovarial Transmission of Orientia tsutsugamushi in Leptotrombidium imphalum and Leptotrombidium chiangraiensis (Acari: Trombiculidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 46: 1442-1445.
166.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Permethrin Induces Overexpression of Multiple Genes in Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 46:580-587.
167.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Permethrin Induces Overexpression of Cytochrome c Oxidase Subunit 3 Aedes aegypti (Diptera:Culicidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 46: 810-819.
168.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. A high throughput screening method to identify potential pesticides for mosquito control. Journal of Medical Entomology 46:335-341.
169.  Zhao, L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Mitochondrial Gene Cytochrome b Developmental and Environmental Expression in Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 46(6): 1361-1369.
170.  Zhao, L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Identification of genes differentially expressed during heat shock treatment in Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 46:490-495.
171.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. de La Rocque, P. Formenty, A.W. Hightower, R.F. Breiman. J.-P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, S. Osman Magdi, M. Ally Mohamed, P.M. Nguku, J.-M. Reynes, R. Swanepoel. 2010. Prediction, assessment of the Rift Valley fever activity in East and Southern Africa 2006-2008 and possible vector control strategies. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 83(Supplement 2): 43-51.
172.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez and H.D. Lothrop. 2010. Residual mosquito barrier treatments on U.S. military camouflage netting in a southern California desert environment. Military Medicine. 175: 599-606.
173.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, H.D. Lothrop, J.D. Kerce, J.J. Becnel, W.R. Reid and U.R. Bernier. 2010. Evaluation of ULV and thermal fog mosquito control applications in temperate and desert environments. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 26: 193-197.
174.  Chretien J.P., Moore M., Larasati R.P., Ashar R., Anyamba A., LINTHICUM K.J., Lewis SH. Global infections disease surveillance. 2010. In: Castillo-Chavez C, Chen H, Lober W, Thurmond M, Zeng D, eds. Infectious disease informatics: public health and biodefense. Berlin: Springer.
175.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2010. Controlling vector-borne disease and adapting to climate change with novel research on disease forecasting to target new vector control materials and technologies. In: M. Zaim (ed.). Report of the Seventh Meeting of the Global Collaboration for Development of Pesticides for Public Health, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland.
176.  LINTHICUM, K.J. The Example of Eastern Africa: the dynamic of Rift Valley fever and tools for monitoring virus activity. 2010. In: S. de La Rocque and S. P. Formenty (eds.). Rift Valley fever Outbreaks Forecasting Models. FAO, Rome, Italy.
177.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J.-P. Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, and S.C. Britch. The Role of Global Climate Patterns in the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Vector-borne Disease. 2010. In: P.W. Atkinson (ed.). Vector Biology, Ecology and Control. Springer, Dordrecht.
178.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2010. Structure-Activity Relationships of 33 Carboxamides as Toxicants against Female Adults of Aedes aegypti. Journal of Medical Entomology 47: 172-178.
179.  Turell M.J., D.J. Dohm, C.J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2010. Potential for stable flies and house flies (Diptera:Muscidae) to transmit Rift Valley fever virus. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 26:445-448.
180.  Wiwatanaratanabutr, I., S. Allan, and K.J. LINTHICUM, P. Kittayapong. 2010. Stain-specific differences in mating, oviposition, and host-seeking behavior between Wolbachia - infected and uninfected Aedes albopictus. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 26: 265-273.
181.  Zhao, L, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2010. Multiple Genes Expressed in Response to Magnesium Exposure in Culex quinquefasciatus Larvae. Environmental Entomology 47:367-375.
182.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, S.W. Gordon, J.W. Clark, F. Ngere, D. N'Gonga, and C. Chepchieng. 2011. Evaluation of ULV Applications Against Old World Sand Fly (Diptera: Psychodidae) Species in Equatorial Kenya. Journal of Medical Entomology. 48:1145-1159.
183.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, J.C. Dunford, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, J. Wittie, and G. White. 2011. Longevity and Efficacy of Residual Insecticide Treatment on Desert Pattern US Military Camouflage Netting in a Hot-Arid Environment. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 27: 272-279.
184.  Frances, S.P., R. Sithiprasasna, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2011. Response of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus Uninfected and Infected with Dengue Virus to Deet in the Laboratory. Journal of Medical Entomology 48: 334-336.
185.  Tabachnick W.J., W.R. Harvey, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, R. Connelly, J.F. Day, P.J. Linser, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2011. Countering a bioterrorist introduction of pathogen-infected mosquitoes through mosquito control. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 27: 175-177.
186.  Tucker, C.J., K. Yager, A. Anyamba and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2011. Climate Change, Extreme Weather Events, and Fungal disease Emergence. Workshop Summary, pages 324-342. In Global Climate change and Fungal Disease Emergence, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies.
187.  Zhao, L., J. Chen, J.J. Becnel, D.L. Kline, G.G Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2011. Identification and Transcription Profiling of Trypsin in Aedes taeniorhynchus (Diptera: Culicidae): Developmental Regulation, Blood Feeding, and Permethrin Exposure. Journal of Medical Entomology 48:546-553.
188.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.L. Small, K.M. Collins, C.J. Tucker, E.W. Pak, S.C. Britch, J.R. Eastman, J.E. Pinzon, K.L. Russell. 2012. Climate Teleconnections and Recent Patterns of Human and Animal Disease Outbreaks. PLOS Neglected Diseases. 6(1): e1465. doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0001465
189.  Witt, C.J., Richards, A.L., Masuoka, P.M., Foley, D.H., Buczak, A.L., Musila, L.A., Richardson, J.H., Colacicco-Mayhugh, M.G., Rueda, L.M., Klein, T.A., Anyamba, A., Small, J., Pavlin, J.A., Fukuda, M.M., Gaydos, J., Russell, K.L., Wilkerson, R.C., Gibbons, R.V., Jarman, R.G., Myint, K.S., Pendergast, B., Lewis, S., Pinzon, J.E., Collins, K., Smith, M., Pak, E., Tucker, C., LINTHICUM, K., Myers, T., Mansour, M., Earhart, K., Kim, H.C., Jiang, J., Schnabel, D., Clark, J.W., Sang, R.C., Kioko, E., Abuom, D.C., Grieco, J.P., Richards, E.E., Tobias, S., Kasper, M.R., Montgomery, J.M., Florin, D., Chretien, J.P., Philip, T.L. The AFHSC-Division of GEIS Operations Predictive Surveillance Program: a multidisciplinary approach for the early detection and response to disease outbreaks. BMC Public Health. 2011 11(Suppl. 2):S10.
190.  Romoser W.S., M.N. Oviedo,K. Lerdthusnee, L.A. Patrican, M.J. Turell, D.J. Dohm, K.J. LINTHICUM, C. L. Bailey. Rift Valley fever virus-infected mosquito ova and associated pathology: possible implications for endemic maintenance. 2001. Research and Reports in Tropical Medicine 2011:2 120-127.
191.  Aldridge, R.L., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2012. Aspirator Gun for High-Throughput Mosquito Bioassays. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 28:65-68.
192.  Xue, R.-D., T.-Y. Zhao, C.-X. Li, G.C. Muller, K. LINTHICUM, P. Linser and J. Moeller. 2012. 2nd International Forum for Surveillance and Control of Mosquitoes and Mosquito-borne Diseases. Wing Beats Spring 2012: 16-21.
193.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.J. Tucker, and J.L. Small, S.C. Britch and J. Gaydos. 2012. Remote Sensing Contributions to Prediction and Risk Assessment of Natural Disasters caused by Large Scale Rift Valley Fever Outbreaks. Proceedings of the IEEE 99:http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/JPROC.2012.2194469.
194.  S. Phasomkusolsil, P. Tanskul, S. Ratanatham, P. Watcharapichat, D. Phulsuksombati, S. P. Frances, K. Lerdthusnee and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2012. Influence of Orientia tsuttugamushi infection on the developmental biology of Leptotrombidium imphalum and Leptrotrombidium chiangraiensis (Acari: trombiculidae). Journal of Medical Entomology 49: 1270-1275.
195.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2012. Introduction to the Symposium Global Perspective on the Culex pipiens Complex in the 21st Century: The Interrelationship of Culex pipiens, quinquefasciatus, molestus and others. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 28 (Supplement): 4-9.
196.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2012. Summary of the Symposium Global Perspective on the Culex pipiens Complex in the 21st Century: The Interrelationship of Culex pipiens, quinquefasciatus, molestus and others. Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 28 (Supplement): 152-155.
197.  Kiang, R.K., R.P. Soebiyanto, J.P. Grieco, N.L. Achee, L.C. Harrington; W.K. Reisen, A. Anyamba, K.J. LINTHICUM; J.C. Pinzon, G. Zollner; and M. Collacicco-Mayhugh. 2012. Chapter 2. Vectorborne infectious diseases and influenza. In Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance, pp. 21-86, Stanley A. Morain & Amelia M. Budge eds. CRC Press, The Netherlands.
198.  Murphy, C., S. Morgan, M.J. Ossi, J. Ohlson, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2013. Reductions in energy and water use in a government laboratory through an energy savings performance contract (ESPC). Strategic Planning for the Energy and the Environment 32:65-76.
199.  Aldridge, R, W. Wayne Wynn, S.C. Britch, S.A. Allan, T.W. Walker, C. J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2013. High-throughput mosquito and fly bioassay system of natural and artificial substrates treated with residual insecticides.Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association. 29: 84-87.

Presentations

1.  K.J. LINTHICUM and M. E. Faran, 1981.  A cladistic analysis of the Anopheles (Nyssorhynchus).  Presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 1981, San Antonio, TX
2.  Linthicum K.J.  1982.The role of morphological systematics in a project to determine the enzootic cycle of Rift Valley fever in Kenya.  Presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 18-22 April 1982, Sacramento CA.
3.  Linthicum, K.J., A. Kairo, G. Davies, and C. Bailey.  1983.  Species succession in an aggradational dambo in east Africa.  Presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 27 February - March 2 1983, Lake Buena Vista, FL.
4.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, and C.L. Bailey.  1984.  A possible maintenance cycle for Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya by ground pool breeding Aedes mosquitoes.  Presented at the XI International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, September 1984, Calgary, Canada.
5.  Linthicum, K.J., F. G. Davies, C.L. Bailey and A. Kairo.  1985.  Observations on the dispersion and survival of Aedes lineatopennis Ludlow in Kenya.  Presented at the 41th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 18 - 21 March 1985., Atlantic City. NJ.
6.  Linthicum, K.J., F. G. Davies, and J. Kamau.  1985.  Predation on emerging adult mosquitoes by Brachydeutera munroi (Diptera: Ephydridae). Presented at the 41th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 18 - 21 March 1985., Atlantic City. NJ.
7.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, and C.L. Bailey.  1985.  Rift Valley fever virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Phlebovirus).  Isolations from Diptera collected during an interepizootic period in Kenya.  Presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November, 1985, Miami, FL.
8.  LINTHICUM, K.J., F.G. Davies, A. Kairo, C.L. Bailey, H.P. Kaburia, and K.J. Lindquist.  1986.  Field ecological studies on Rift Valley fever virus.  Presented at the Seventh Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Advances in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of immunizable diseases in Africa, Nairobi, Kenya.
9.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and C.J. Tucker.  1986.  Use of satellite remote sensing imagery to predict Rift Valley fever virus activity in Kenya.  Presented at the Organization of African Unity Scientific, Technical and Research Commission Symposium on Viral diseases of animals in Africa, May-June 1986, Nairobi, Kenya.
10.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and A. Kairo.  1986.  Rift Valley fever virus disease in Kenya: role of transovarial transmission.  Presented at the Organization of African Unity Scientific, Technical and Research Commission Symposium on Viral diseases of animals in Africa, May-June 1986, Nairobi, Kenya.
11.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and C.L. Bailey.  1986.  Use of satellite remote sensing imagery to predict Rift Valley fever virus activity in Kenya.  Presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and the American Society of Parasitologists, December 7-11, 1986, Denver, CO.
12.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and C.L. Bailey.  1987.  Application of remote sensing imagery to the ecology of Rift Valley fever virus.  Presented at the 1987 Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April, Seattle, Washington.
13.  Romoser, W.S., K. Lerdthusnee, L.A. Patrican, K.J. LINTHICUM, D. Dohm and C.L. Bailey.  1987.  An immunocytochemical study of Rift Valley fever virus tissue tropisms in selected African mosquitoes.  Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 29-December 3, 1987, Los Angeles, CA.
14.  LINTHICUM, K,J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts and D.J. Dohm.  1987.  Experimental infection of dugbe virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Nairovirus) in five North American and one African ixodid tick.  Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 29-December 3, 1987, Los Angeles, CA.
15.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts and J. Moulton.  1987.  Transstadial transmission of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus in orally infected Hyalomma truncatum with observations on virus replication in Rhipicephalus appendiculatus.  Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 29-December 3, 1987, Los Angeles, CA.
16.  Turell, M.J., C.L. Bailey, M.F. Faran, K.J. LINTHICUM and L. Patrican.  1987.  Competence of selected African mosquito species for Rift Valley Fever virus.  Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 29-December 3, 1987, Los Angeles, CA.
17.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts, and D.J. Dohm.  1987.  Experimental infection of Dugbe virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Nairovirus) in five North American and one African ixodid ticks.  Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November-December, Los Angeles, CA.
18.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts, and J. Moulton.  1987.  Transstadial transmission of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic fever virus in orally infected Hyalomma truncatum with observations on virus replication in Rhipicephalus appendiculatus.  Presented at the 36th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November-December, Los Angeles, CA.
19.  Romoser, W.S., K. Lerdthusnee, K.J. LINTHICUM, D. Dohm and C.L. Bailey.  1988.  Additional evidence for Rift Valley fever virus dissemination via cells at the Foregut-Midgut Junction.  Presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, February 21-24, 1988, Denver, CO.
20.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, A. Kairo and T. Logan.  1988.  Observations on the horizontal distribution of ground pool Aedes pupae within a flooded dambo in Kenya.  Presented at the 54th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, February 21-24, 1988, Denver, CO.
21.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1988.  Use of remote sensing to monitor the threat of vector-borne diseases.  Presented to 1988 U.S. Army Medical Entomology Training Course, February, San Antonio, TX
22.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, F.G. Davies, and C.J. Tucker.  1988.  Use of remote sensing to predict the threat of vector-borne diseases to military deployment.  Presented at the 1988 Army Science Conference, June, Fort Monroe, VA.
23.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, D.J. Dohm and J.R. Moulton.  1988.  Transstadial and horizontal transmission of Rift Valley Fever virus in the tick Hyalomma truncatum.  Presented in the 37th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December 4-8, 1988, Washington, D.C.
24.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts and J.R Moulton.  1988.  Experimental transmission of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (family Bunyaviridae, Genus Nairovirus) by Hyalomma truncatum Koch.  Presented at the First International Symposium on Hantaviruses and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever viruses in Porto Carras, Halkidiki, Greece, 26-30 September 1980.
25.  Romoser, W.S., K. Lerdthusnee, M.E. Faran, K.J. LINTHICUM, L.A. Patrican and C.L. Bailey.  1988.  Immunocytochemical and ultrastructural studies of Rift Valley fever virus in selected African mosquito species.  Presented at the XVIII International Congress of Entomology, July, Vancouver, Canada.
26.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, and C.L. Bailey.  1989.  Potential control of Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya by applying a juvenile hormone mimic to the immature stages of enzootic/epizootic mosquito vectors.  Presented at the Fifth Australian Arbovirus Symposium, Brisbane, Australia. In Proceedings of the Fifth Australian Arbovirus Symposium, Brisbane, Australia.
27.  Bailey, C.L. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1989.  Satellite remote sensing: the newest technology for monitoring vector populations and predicting arbovirus outbreaks.  Presented at the Fifth Symposium on Arbovirus Research in Australia, August 28 - September 1, 1989, Brisbane, Australia.
28.  Romoser, W.F., K. Lerdthusnee, L.A. Patrican, K.J. LINTHICUM, D. Dohm, and C.L. Bailey.  1989.  Multi-method studies of arbovirus infection and spread within individual mosquitoes: Rift Valley fever virus as a model. Presented at the first Asia-Pacific Conference of Entomology, November 8-13, 1989, Chiangmai, Thailand.
29.  Kondig, J.P., K.J. LINTHICUM, D.L. Dickson, and T.M. Logan.  1989.  Blood hemoglobin uptake in Hyalomma truncatum fed on naive and previously infested guinea pigs.  Presented at the Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Dec. 10-14, 1989, San Antonio, TX.
30.  Kondig, J.P., K.J. LINTHICUM, D.L. Dickson, and J.R. Moulton.  1989.  A model system to study the ability of a tick to ingest an arbovirus.  Presented at the Entomological Society of America Annual Meeting, Dec. 10-14, 1989, San Antonio, TX.
31.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K.D. Mitchell, T.M. Logan, F.G. Davies, D.J. Dohm, C.W. Kamau, P.C. Thande, and J.N. Wagateh.  1989.  Monitoring environmental parameters associated with the flooding of Rift Valley fever virus vector mosquito habitats in Kenya with polar orbiting meteorological satellite data.  Presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December 10-14, 1989, Honolulu, HI.
32.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K. Mitchell, S.W. Gordon, T.M. Logan, C.J. Peters, and J.P. Digoutte.  1989.  Polar-orbiting satellite monitoring of man-made alterations in the ecology of the Senegal River basin, as they relate to a Rift Valley fever epidemic.  Presented at the Fifth Symposium on Arbovirus Research in Australia, August 28 - September 1, 1989, Brisbane, Australia.
33.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan and C.L. Bailey.  1989.  Potential control of Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya by applying a juvenile hormone mimic to the immature stages of enzootic/epizootic mosquito vectors.  Presented at the Fifth Symposium on Arbovirus Research in Australia, August 28 - September 1, 1989, Brisbane, Australia.
34.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K.D. Mitchell, T.M. Logan, F.G. Davies, C.W. Kamau, P.C. Thande, and J.N. Wagateh.  1989.  Monitoring mosquito vector breeding habitats using polar orbiting meteorological satellite imagery.  Presented at the 10th Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Kenya Medical Research Institute, February, 1989, Nairobi, Kenya.
35.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, C.L. Bailey, S.W. Gordon, C.J. Peters, T.P. Monath, J. Osario, D.B. Francy, R.G. McClean, J. LeDuc, R.R. Graham, J. Moulton, and D.J. Dohm.  1989.  Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus infection in and transmission by Amblyomma cajennense (Fabricius).  Presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December 10-14, 1989, Honolulu, HI.
36.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.W. Kamau, J.N. Wagateh, P.C. Thande, C.L. Bailey, and F.G. Davies.  1989.  Field studies on the use of a mosquito growth regulator to control vectors of Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya.  Presented at the 10th Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Kenya Medical Research Institute, February, 1989, Nairobi, Kenya.
37.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.W. Kamau, J.N. Wagateh, P.C. Thande, C.L. Bailey, and F.G. Davies.  1989.  Field studies on the use of a mosquito growth regulator to control vectors of Rift Valley fever virus in Kenya.  Presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Cambridge, MA.
38.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, D.M. Watts, D.J. Dohm, and J.R. Moulton.  1989.  Replication of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus (family Bunyaviridae, genus Nairovirus) in four species of Ixodid ticks (Acari: Ixodidae) after experimental infection.  Presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December 10-14, 1989, Honolulu, HI.
39.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.W. Gordon, C.L. Bailey and T.M. Logan.  1989.  Remotely sensed changes in the ecology of the Senegal River Basin as it relates to a Rift Valley fever epidemic.  Presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 2-6, 1989, Cambridge, MA.
40.  Gordon, S.W., K.J. LINTHICUM and R.F. Tammariello.  1989.  Surveillance for Rift Valley fever virus activity in northern Senegal during 1988.  Presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 2-6, 1989, Cambridge, MA.
41.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and C.L. Bailey.  1989.  Efficacy of a sustained release methoprene formulation on vectors of Rift Valley fever virus in field studies in Kenya.  Presented at the 55th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 2-6, 1989, Cambridge, MA.
42.  Turell, M.J., K.J. LINTHICUM, and J.R. Beaman.  1989.  Transmission of Rift Valley fever virus by adult mosquitoes after ingestion of virus while larvae.  Presented at the 38th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Honolulu, HI.
43.  Ambrosia, V.G., K.J. LINTHICUM, C.L. Bailey, and P. Sebesta.  1989.  Modeling Rift Valley fever (RVF) disease vector habitats using active and passive remote sensing systems.  Presented at the 12th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Vancouver, Canada.  In Proceedings of the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARRS), 12th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Vancouver, Canada.
44.  Gordon, S.W., J.R. Moulton, K.J. LINTHICUM, R.A. Wirtz, and J.P. Digoutte.  1990.  Bloodfeeding patterns of mosquitoes collected during the rainy season in northern Senegal.  Presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 1-5, 1990, Lexington, Kentucky.
45.  Gordon, S.W., J.R. Moulton, K.J. LINTHICUM, R.A. Wirtz, and J.P. Digoutte.  1990.  Incidence of malarial sporozoite infections in Anopheles mosquitoes collected during 1988 in the Senegal River basin.  Presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 1-5, 1990, Lexington, Kentucky.
46.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1990.  Monitoring Rift Valley fever activity throughout Africa with an integrated multiple sensor/platform approach.  Presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 1-5, 1990, Lexington, Kentucky.
47.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1990.  A functional surveillance system to monitor arthropod-borne diseases.  Presented at Proceedings of the U.S. Army Medical Department Biennial Medical Entomology Training Course, 5-9 December 1990, San Antonio, TX
48.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.J. Tucker, D.R. Angleberger, T. Cannon, P.H. Gibbs, and J. Nickeson.  1990.  Towards real-time prediction of Rift Valley fever epidemics in Africa.  Presented at the International Conference on Applications of Remote Sensing to Epidemiology & Parasitology, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
49.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1990.  Predicting arbovirus transmission with remotely sensed data.  Presented at the US/IDF Conference on Infectious Diseases and Vaccines of Military importance, 17-20 June 1990, Gaithersburg, Maryland.
50.  LINTHICUM, K.J., C.L. Bailey, C.J. Tucker, K. Mitchell, S.W. Gordon, T.M. Logan, C.J. Peters, and J.P. Digoutte.  1990.  Impact of an irrigation scheme on Rift Valley fever disease in man and domestic animals.  Presented at the 11th Annual Medical Scientific Conference, Kenya Medical Research Institute, February, 1990, Nairobi, Kenya.
51.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, F.G. Davies, Y.S. Binepal, and C.R. Roberts.  1990.  Isolation of Rift Valley fever virus from mosquitoes collected during an outbreak in domestic animals in Kenya.  Presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December, 1990, New Orleans, LA.
52.  Dohm, D.J., W.S. Romoser, M.J. Turell, K.J. LINTHICUM, and J.P. Kondig.  1991.  Impact of stressful conditions on the survival of Culex pipiens infected with Rift Valley fever virus.  Presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, December, 1991, New Orleans, LA.
53.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D. Angleberger, D. Ashby, R. Whittle, P.C. Wagateh, and J.N. Thande.  1991.  Supervised and unsupervised classification of LANDSAT data to map mosquito breeding habitats in Kenya.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April, 1991, New Orleans, LA.
54.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D. Angleberger, D. Ashby, R. Whittle, P.C. Wagateh, J.N. Thande, and C.W. Kamau.  1991.  An automated technique to map mosquito breeding habitats in Kenya.  Presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Medical Scientific Conference, Kenya Medical Research Institute, February, 1991, Nairobi, Kenya.
55.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, P.C. Thande, J.N. Wagateh, and C.R. Roberts.  1991.  Mosquito species collected from a marsh in western Kenya during the long rainy season.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April, 1991, New Orleans, LA.
56.  Dohm, D.J. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1991.  The effects of temperature on fecundity and virus replication in Amblyomma cajennense infected with Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.
57.  Durden, L.A., K.J. LINTHICUM and M.J. Turell.  1991.  Transmission of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus by hematophagous mites.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.
58.  Logan, T.M., F.G. Davies, K.J. LINTHICUM and T.G. Ksiazek.  1991.  Rift Valley fever virus antibody in human sera collected after an outbreak in domestic animals in Kenya.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.
59.  Wilson, M.L., L.E. Chapman, D.B. Hall, E.A. Dykstra, K. Ba, H.G. Zeller, M. Traore-Lamizana, J.P. Hervy and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1991.  Rift Valley fever virus transmission in rural northern Senegal: Human risk factors and potential vectors.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.
60.  Freier, J.E., K.J. LINTHICUM and D.R. Angleberger.  1991.  Spatial analysis of Rift Valley fever virus vector habitats by integration of sensor data from SPOT, LANDSAT TM, and Airborne Imaging Radar.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.
61.  Tammariello, R.F. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1991.  Ngari virus (Bunyavirus, Bunyaviridae): Replication in and transmission by Aedes aegypti.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.\
62.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.W. Gordon and T.P. Monath.  1991.  Comparative infections of epizootic and enzootic strains of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus in Amblyomma cajennense ticks.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Boston, MA.
63.  Durden, L.A., K.J. LINTHICUM and T.P. Monath.  1991.  Transmission of eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus by chicken mites Dermanyssus gallinae.  Presented at the 1991 Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV.
64.  Logan, T.M. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1991.  Mosquito species collected from a marsh in western Kenya during the long rainy season.  Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting American Mosquito Control Association, Mar 17-21, 1991, New Orleans, LA.
65.  Logan, T.M., J.P. Kondig and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1991.  Survival of Aedes (Neomelaniconion) eggs in the laboratory.  Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting American Mosquito Control Association, Mar 17-21, 1991, New Orleans, LA.
66.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D. Angleberger and D. Ashby.  1991.  Supervised and Unsupervised Classification of Landsat data to map mosquito breeding habitats in Kenya.  Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting American Mosquito Control Association, Mar 17-21, 1991, New Orleans, LA
67.  LINTHICUM, K.J., and R.F. Tammariello.  1992.  Laboratory studies to assess vector competence of Aedes, Culex, and Anopheles species for Ngari virus.  Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting American Mosquito Control Association, Mar 15-19, 1992, Corpus Christi, TX.
68.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1992.  U.S. Army Entomology Research and Development Programs.  Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting American Mosquito Control Association, Mar 15-19, 1992, Corpus Christi, TX.
69.  Freier, J.E., G. Fagut, K.J. LINTHICUM, D. Angelberger, and M. Yates.  1992.  Use of satellite imagery for the detection and mapping of tire piles in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting American Mosquito Control Association, Mar 15-19, 1992, Corpus Christi, TX.
70.  Dohm, D.J. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1992.  The effects of temperature and fecundity and virus replication in Amblyomma cajennense (Arachnida:Ixodidae) infected with Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus.  Presented at the First International Conference on Tick-Borne Pathogens at the Host-Vector Interface: an Agenda for Research, Sept. 15-18, 1992, St. Paul, MN.
71.  Korch, G.W., T.M. Logan, K.J. LINTHICUM, L. Rodriguez, J. Osorio, J.E. Freier, and M.J. Turell.  1992.  Field studies in Central America on the possible role of the tick, Amblyomma cajennense, as a vector of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus.  Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Nov 15-19, 1992, Seattle, WA.
72.  J.E. Freier, T.M. Logan, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1992.  A geographic information system developed with global positioning and remote sensing techniques to analyze Rift Valley fever vector habitats in Kenya.  Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Nov 15-19, 1992, Seattle, WA.
73.  Logan, T.M., K.J. LINTHICUM, J.R.Moulton, and T.G. Ksiazek.  1992.  Relationship between plaque-assay and antigen-capture ELISA for detection of Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever virus in the tick Hyalomma truncatum.  Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Nov 15-19, 1992, Seattle, WA.
74.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and T.M. Logan.  1992.  A model system for studying the ability of a tick to ingest an arbovirus while feeding on viremic guinea pigs.  Presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Nov 15-19, 1992, Seattle WA.
75.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and T.M. Logan.  1992.  Relationship between feeding success of a tick and ingestion of an arbovirus.  Presented at the XIII International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, Nov 29-Dec 4, 1992, Jomtien, Thailand.
76.  LINTHICUM, K.J., T.M. Logan, and R.K. Whittle.  1992.  Studies on the comparison of chemical, biological, and physical methods to control floodwater Aedes and Culex mosquitoes in Kenya.  Presented at the XIII International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, Nov 29-Dec 4, 1992, Jomtien, Thailand.
77.   LINTHICUM, K.J. and R. Wannapong.  1993.  Effect of pooling larval and adult mosquitoes on a flavivirus antigen capture ELISA assay.  Presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Apr 17-22, 1993, Fort Myers, Florida.
78.   LINTHICUM, K.J. and S. Francis.  1993.  Laboratory studies to assess the efficacy of DEET formulations on dengue virus infected Aedes aegypti.  Presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Apr 17-22, 1993, Fort Myers, Florida.
79.  LINTHICUM, K.J., K. Platt, K.S. Myint and K. Lerdthusnee.  1993.  An immunocytochemical study of the distribution of dengue viruses in Aedes aegypti.  Presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the American Society for Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 31 Oct - 3 Nov 1993, Atlanta, Georgia.
80.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and R. Sithiprasasna.  1994.  Efficacy of sustained-release methoprene formulation on Anopheles dirus in the laboratory.  Presented at the Fourth Conference on Malaria Research, 8-10 February 1994, Chiang-Rai, Thailand.
81.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D. Vaughn, K.S.A Myint, R. Wannapong, and K. Lerdthusnee.  1994.  Comparative tropisms of parental and live-attenuated vaccine strains of a dengue 1 virus in Aedes aegypti.  Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 10-14 April 1994, San Diego, California.
82.  LINTHICUM, K.J., and R. Wannapong.  1994.  Evaluation of granule and pellet formulations of methoprene against Aedes aegypti in water jars in Thailand.  Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 10-14 April 1994, San Diego, California.
83.  LINTHICUM, K.J., and R. Wannapong.  1994.  Effect of dengue virus infection on the survival of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus.  Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 10-14 April 1994, San Diego, California.
84.  LINTHICUM, K.J., and R. Wannapong.  1994.  Rapid response to dengue fever outbreaks in Thailand: military medical humanitarian assistance.  Presented at the Fourth Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medical Conference, 18-22 April 1994, Honolulu, Hawaii.
85.  Raengsakulrach B., M. Ngampochjana, A. Nisalak, P. Atsawarat, R. Sithiprasasna, K. LINTHICUM, L.M. Ferguson, B.L. and D.W. Vaughn.  1994.  Feasibility of using swine as a surrogate for vaccine trials for Japanese encephalitis. Presented at the Fifth Annual Meeting of the National Epidemiology Board of Thailand, 4 August 1994, Bangkok, Thailand.
86.  LINTHICUM, K.J., P. Tanskul, R. Rosenberg, D. Leuprasitasankul, P. Watcharapichat, and C. Eamsila.  1994.  Preliminary observations on the temporal and spatial distribution of chiggers and rodents associated with Rickettsia tsutsugamushi in northern Thailand.  Presented at the First International Congress of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, 24-27 August 1994, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
87.  P. Tanskul, K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Rosenberg, P. Watcharapichat, D. Leuprasitasankul, and C. Eamsila.  1994.  Rickettsia tsutsugamushi in a rice-agriculture ecology in northern Thailand: new chigger and rodent associations.  Presented at the First International Congress of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, 24-27 August 1994, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
88.  LINTHICUM, K.J., K.S. Myint, D. Vaughn, A. Na-Nongkai, K. Lerdthusnee, and P. Hansukjariya.  1994.  A method to detect dengue virus tropisms in vector mosquitoes.  Presented at the First International Congress of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, 24-27 August 1994, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
89.  Sithiprasasna, R., LINTHICUM, K.J., B. Raengsakulrach, and D.W. Vaughn.  1994.  Mosquito collection in endemic areas of Japanese encephalitis in Kampaengphet, Thailand.  Presented at the First International Congress of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, 24-27 August 1994, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
90.  LINTHICUM, K.J, P. Tanskul, R. Rosenberg, D. Leuprasitasankul, P. Watharapichat, and C. Eamsila.  1994.  Observations on a new ecology for Rickettsia tsutsugamushi in northern Thailand.  Presented at the 11th Sesqui-Annual Meeting of the American Society for Rickettsiology and Rickettsial Diseases, 17-20 September 1994, St .Simons Island, Georgia.
91.  LINTHICUM, K.J., D. W. Vaughn, K.S. Myint, C.H. Hoke, K.H. Eckels, and K. Lerdthusnee.  1994.  Use of mosquitoes as a model for the evaluation of live-attenuated dengue vaccine candidates.  Presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 13-17 November 1994, Cincinnati, Ohio.
92.  Rongnoparut, P., R. Rattanarithikul, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1994.  Development of RAPD markers to differentiate two geographic races of Anopheles maculatus, a malaria vector in Thailand.  Presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 13-17 November 1994, Cincinnati, Ohio.
93.  LINTHICUM, K.J., P. Tanskul, S.W. Gordon, D. Leuprasitasankul, P. Watharapichat, and C. Eamsila.  1995.  A new ecology for Rickettsia tsutsugamushi in northern Thailand: implication for military operations.  Presented at the 5th Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medical Conference, India, 25-30 January 1995, New Delhi, India.
94.  Sithiprasasna, R., E. Luepromchai, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1995.  Effects of sublethal dosages of Methoprene on Anopheles dirus A and B.  Presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 19-23 March, 1995, Portland, Oregon.
95.  Rattanarithikul, R., E. Konishi, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1995.  Field studies on malaria infection in Anopheles mosquitoes collected in southern Thailand.  Presented at the 61st Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 19-23 March, 1995, Portland, Oregon.
96.  Rongnoparut, P., N. Sirichotprakorn, S. Yaicharoen, R. Rattanarithikul, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1995.  Development of microsatellite markers for Anopheles maculatus, a malaria vector in Thailand.  Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 17-21 November, 1995, San Antonio, Texas.
97.  LINTHICUM, K.J., P. Tanskul, S.W. Gordon, N. Suwanabun, and J. Prachumsri.  1995.  New risk factors associated with Rickettsia tsutsugamushi infections in northern Thailand. Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 17-21 November, 1995, San Antonio, Texas.
98.  Gordon, S.W., N. Choksajjawatee, P. Rongnoparut, K.J. LINTHICUM, G. Watt, P. Watcharapichat, and C. Eamsila.  1995.  PCR detection of Rickettsia tsutsugamushi in blood samples collected on filter paper.  A comparison with mouse isolation and serologic diagnosis.  Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 17-21 November, 1995, San Antonio, Texas.
99.  Suwanabun, N., J. Sattabongkot, K.J. LINTHICUM, and R.M. Rosenberg.1995.  Development of an in vitro model for invasion of mosquito salivary glands by malaria sporozoites.  Presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 17-21 November, 1995, San Antonio, Texas.
100.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1996.  AFRIMS: Efficacy of topical and uniform impregnated repellents against malaria and scrub typhus vectors in Thailand.  Presented at the 1996 Biennial Army Medical Entomology Training Course, 26 February - 1 March 1996, San Antonio, Texas.
101.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1996.  Use of GPS and GIS in vector surveillance and control operations.  Presented at the 1996 Biennial Army Medical Entomology Training Course, 26 February - 1 March 1996, San Antonio, Texas.
102.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and N. Eikarat.  1996.  Efficacy of arthropod repellents against Anopheles minimus in Thailand.  Presented at the 62nd Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 23-28 March 1996, Norfolk, Virginia.
103.  LINTHICUM, K.J., R. Sithiprasasna, K. Thimasarn, and P. Singhasivanon.  1996.  Spatial and temporal distribution of malaria in Thailand.  Presented at the 62nd Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 23-28 March 1996, Norfolk, Virginia.
104.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  1996.  Potential military risk factors associated with scrub typhus infections in Thailand.  Presented at the 6th Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medical Conference, 14-19 April 1996, Sydney, Australia.
105.  N. Sirichotprakorn, P. Rongnoparut, T. Limchindaporn, K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Sequence variation in the ITS2 rDNA among members of the Anopheles maculatus complex.  Presented at the PASEAN Meeting, 15-20 September 1996, Bali, Indonesia.
106.  Karnasuta, C, J. Prachumsri , K.J. LINTHICUM, H. Fujioka, M. Aikawa, and G. Watt.  1996.  Drug studies on Plasmodium vivax liver-stage parasites in hepatoma cell cultures.  Presented at the XIV International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, 17-22 November 1996, Nagasaki, Japan.
107.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and S.W. Gordon.  1996.  Effective management of epidemiological data for malaria vector control programs.  Presented at the XIV International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, 17-22 November 1996, Nagasaki, Japan.
108.  Rattanarithikul, R., E. Konishi, and K.J. Linthicum.  1996.  An entomologic study on malarial vectors in southern Thailand.  Presented at the XIV International Congress for Tropical Medicine and Malaria, 17-22 November 1996, Nagasaki, Japan
109.  Gordon S.W., P. Mahapibul, J. Sattabongkot, C. Wongsrichanalai, D.G. Heppner, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Prevalence of circumsporozoite proteins in potential malaria vectors along the Thai-Myanmar border in northern Kanchanaburi Province, Thailand.  Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1-5 December 1996, Baltimore, Maryland.
110.  Rognoparut P., N. Sirichotprakorn and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Isolation of copia group retrotransposons in Anopheles species in Thailand.  Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1-5 December 1996, Baltimore, Maryland.
111.  Pilakasiri K., J. Sattabongkot, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1996.  Characterization of salivary gland from a malaria vector and a non vector using fluorescein-labelled lectins and electron microscopy.  Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1-5 December 1996, Baltimore, Maryland.
112.  Sattabongkot, J. K.J. LINTHICUM and R.M. Rosenberg.  1996.  Comparison between the salivary gland proteins of vector and non vector mosquitoes for malaria sporozoite binding ability.  Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1-5 December 1996, Baltimore, Maryland.
113.   LINTHICUM, K.J., K. Thimasarn, K. Nualchawee, D. Dowreang, P. Singhasivanon, T. Chongsuphajaisiddhi, R. Sithiprasasna, S. Suvannadabba, P.L. Rajbhandari, and M. Gomes.  1996.  Effect of vegetation cover on the transmission of malaria in Thailand. Presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1-5 December 1996, Baltimore, Maryland.
114.  LINTHICUM, K.J., K. Thimasarn, K. Nualchawee, D. Dowreang, P. Sionghasivanon, T. Chongsuphajaisiddhi, R. Sithiprasasna, S. Suvannadabba, P. Rajbhandari and M. Gomes.  1997.  Impact of deforestation and reforestation malaria transmission to military troops deployed in southeast Asia.  Presented at the 7th Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medical Conference, 2-7 March 1997, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
115.  P. Rongnoparut, N. Sirichotprakorn and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1997.  Transposable elements: A critical link to producing malaria-refractory Anopheles populations of the future.  Presented at the 7th Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medical Conference, 2-7 March 1997, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
116.  N. Sirichotprakorn, P. Rongnoparut and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1997.  Comparison of the sequence in the ITS2 region of rDNA in species of the Anopheles maculatus complex in Thailand.  Presented at the 63rd Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 23-27 March 1997, Salt Lake City, Utah
117.  LINTHICUM, K.J., R. Rattanarithikul, C. Noigamol, S. Ratanawong, P. Mahapibul and S. Chanaimongkol.  1977.  Effect of reforestation on the spatial distribution of malaria vectors in Thailand.  Presented at the 63rd Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 23-27 March 1997, Salt Lake City, Utah
118.  K.J. LINTHICUM.  Update on dengue control measures.  Presented at the WHO bi-regional meeting on Dengue control.  July 1997.  Manila, Philippines
119.  Nualchawee, K., P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, D. Dowreang, K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Sithiprasasna, P. Rajbhandari.  1997.  Correlation between malaria incidence and changes in vegetation cover using satellite remote sensing and GIS techniques.  Presented at the 1997 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), 3-8 August 1997, Singapore.
120.  Nualchawee, K., P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, D. Dowreang, K.J. Linthicum, R. Sithiprasasna, P. Rajbhandari.  1997.  Application of satellite remote sensing and GIS techniques to determine correlation between malaria incidence and changes in vegetation cover: a case study of Chanthaburi Province of Thailand.  Presented at the 23rd Annual Conference and Exhibition of the Remote Sensing Society, 2-4 September 1997, The University of Reading, England.
121.  Nualchawee, K., P. Singhasivanon, K. Thimasarn, D. Dowreang, K.J. Linthicum, R. Sithiprasasna, P. Rajbhandari.  1997.  Integration of remote sensing and GIS techniques to study the relationship between vector borne disease and vegetation cover: a case of malaria in Chanthaburi Province of Thailand.  Presented at the 18th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing. 20-24 October 1997, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
122.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and Panita Tanskul.  1997.  Prediction of the distribution of Leptotrombidium chiangraiensis, the primary vector associated with antibiotic resistant scrub typhus in northern Thailand, using satellite remote sensing imagery.  Presented at the Thirteenth Sesqui-Annual Meeting of the American Society for Rickettsiology, 21-24 September 1997, Champion, PA.
123.  Kittayapong, P., S.B. O’Neill, K.J. Linthicum, R. Rattanarithikul, and K.J. Baisley.  Preliminary survey of Wolbachia in natural populations of culicine mosquitoes in Thailand.  Presented at the Annual Thailand annual Vector Control Association Meeting , Chiang Mai, Thailand, September 1997, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
124.  Use of Geographic Information Systems in the Study of the Distribution of Malaria in Thailand.  Ps. 2.1.  2nd Global Meet on Parasitic Diseases
125.  LINTHICUM, K.J., R. Sithiprasasna, K. Thimasarn, K. Nualchawee, D. Dowreang, P. Singhasivanon, s. Suvannadabba, P.L. Rajbhandari, and M. Gomes.  1997.  Temporal and Spatial distribution of Arthropod-borne diseases in Thailand.  Presented at the Second International Congress of Vector Ecology, 19-24 October 1997, Orlando, FL.
126.   Lerdthusnee, K. T. Chareonviriyaphap, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1997.  Evaluation of Aedes aegypti larval control program using BTI-formulated products in DHF endemic areas in Thailand.  Presented at the Second International Congress of Vector Ecology, 19-24 October 1997, Orlando, FL
127.  Rongnoparut, P., N. Sirichotprakorn, R. Rattanarithikul, S. Yaichareon, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1997.  Genetic variation of Anopheles maculatus populations in Thailand based on microsatellite loci.  Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 7-11 December 1997, Orlando, FL.
128.  Myint, K.S., P. Tanskul, K. LINTHICUM, K. Lerdthusnee, D.W. Vaughn, and D. Mongkolsirichaikul.  1997.  A new method to determine the distribution of Orientia tsutsugamushi in Leptotrombidium chiggers.  Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 7-11 December 1997, Orlando, FL.
129.  Heppner, D.G., C. Wongsrichanalai, D.S. Walsh, P. McDaniel, E. Eamsila, K. Thimasarn, N. Klunsuppha, T.G. Brewer, T. Endy, . LinthIcum, B. Hanson, and H. Paxton.  Serosurvey of rickettsiaceae and other disease threats at sentinel site for emerging infectious diseases in Thailand.  Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 7-11 December 1997, Orlando, FL.
130.  Pilakasiri, K., T. Rungruang, C. Pilakasiri, N. Suwanabun, K.J. LINTHICUM, and J. Sattabongkot.  1997.  A microscopic study of sporogonic development of Plasmodium vivax in Anopheles dirus.  Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 7-11 December 1997, Orlando, FL.
131.  LINTHICUM, K. J., R. Ratttanarithikul, C. Noigamol, S. Ratanawong, P. Mahapibul, S. Chanaimongkol, J. Sattabongkot, T. Brewer, and R. Sithiprasasna.  Spatial distribution of Anopheles dirus infected with malaria in Thailand.  Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 7-11 December 1997, Orlando, FL.
132.  Rongnoparut, P., N. Sirichotprakorn, R. Rattanarithikul, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1997.  Copia-like retrotransposon families in Anopheles species in Thailand.  Presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 7-11 December 1997, Orlando, FL.
133.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and P. Tanskul.  1998.  Geographic Information Systems to Predict Vector-Borne Disease Threats in South-East Asia.  Presented at the 1998 DOD Pest Management Workshop: Force Protection and Environmental Stewardship, 22 - 27 February 1998, Jacksonville, Florida.
134.  LINTHICUM, K.J., R. Sithiprasasna, K. Thimasarn, K. Nualchawee, D. Dowreang, P. Singhasivanon, s. Suvannadabba, P.L. Rajbhandari, and M. Gomes.  1997.  Temporal and Spatial distribution of Arthropod-borne diseases in Thailand.  Presented at the 1998 DOD Pest Management Workshop: Force Protection and Environmental Stewardship, 22 - 27 February 1998, Jacksonville, Florida.
135.  LINTHICUM, K.J..  1998.  Entomology Research at the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences. Presented at the 1998 DOD Pest Management Workshop: Force Protection and Environmental Stewardship, 22 - 27 February 1998, Jacksonville, Florida.
136.  Rongnoparut, P., N. Sirichotprakorn, R. Rattanarithikul, S. Yaichareon, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  1998.  Evidence for gene flow between populations of Anopheles maculatus in Thailand.   Presented at the 64th Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 8-11 March 1998, Reno, Nevada
137.  C. Eamsila, C. Wongsrichanalai, N. Klunsuppha, P. McDaniel, D. Walsh, K. Thimasarn, S. Gordon, H. Paxton, B. Hanson, K. LINTHICUM, T. Endy, T. Brewer, M. McCarthy, P. Kelley, W.R. Ballou, and D.G. Heppner.  1988.  Joint Royal Thai Army and U.S. Army Sentinel Site for Vectorborne Disease.  Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8-11 March 1998, Atlanta, Georgia.
138.  LINTHICUM, K.J. and P. Tanskul.  1998.  Geographic Information System to Predict the Spatial Distribution of Antibiotic-Resistant Scrub Typhus in Southeast Asia.  Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8-11 March 1998, Atlanta, Georgia.
139.  LINTHICUM, K.J., R. Rattanarithikul, P. Singhasivanon, R. Sithiprasasna, and T.G. Brewer.  1988.  Land-Use Practices in Thailand Influence Drug-Resistant Malaria Transmission.  Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8-11 March 1998, Atlanta, Georgia
141.  Sirichotpakorn, N., W. Panbangred, L. Panthusiri, K.J. Linthicum, and P. Rongnoparut.  1998.  Development of a highly efficient mosquito larvcide by using fusion protein of chitinase enzyme and mosquitocidal toxin proteins.  Presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 18-22 Oct 1998, San Juan, Puerto Rico
142.  Rongnoparut, P. and K. J. Linthicum.  1998.  Population genetic structure of Anopheles maculatus, a malaria vector in Thailand.  Presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 18-22 Oct 1998, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
143.  Rongnoparut, P., B. Tippayachai, P. Tan-ariya, C. Wongsrichanalai, J. Sattabongkot, and K. J. Linthicum.  1998.  Competitive and differential polymerase chain reaction for estimation of PFIND I gene copy number.  Presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 18-22 Oct 1998, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
144.  K.J. LINTHICUM, J.. Sattabongkot, P. Tanskul, and C. Rossi.  1998.  Prevalence of Hantavirus antibody in rodents and humans in northern Thailand.  Presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 18-22 Oct 1998, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
145.   LINTHICUM, K.J.  1999.  Global emerging infections surveillance & response system.  Presented at the 65th Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 21-24 February 1999, St. Louis, Missouri.
146.  LINTHICUM, K.J., P. W. Kelley, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, and M. Myers.  1999.  Southern oscillation index data can be used to predict a mosquito-borne disease in East Africa.  Presented at the 65th Annual International Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 21-24 February 1999, St. Louis, Missouri.
147.  K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Sattabongkot, P. Tanskul, and C. Rossi.  1998.  Prevalence of Hantavirus antibody in rodents and humans in northern Thailand.  Presented at the 9th Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medicine Conference, 7-12 March 1999, Bangkok, Thailand.
148.   .J. LINTHICUM.  1999.  Southern Oscillation index, sea surface temperature, and satellite vegetation index indicators to forecast Rift Valley fever epizootics/epidemics in Kenya.  Presented at the 37th Goddard Memorial Symposium, 17-18 March 1999, Greenbelt, Maryland.
149.  G.M. Beaver, E.R. Cross, and K.J. Linthicum.  1999.  Using GIS and Remote Sensing to Assess, Predict and Monitor Insect-Transmitted Disease Risk in Egypt: An Overview of Research at U. S. Naval Medical Research Unit Number Three, Cairo.  Presented at the 1999 International Conference on environmental Management, Health and sustainable Development; March 1999, Alexandria, Egypt.
150.  K.J. Linthicum, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, P.W. Kelley, M.F. Myers, and C.J. Peters.  1999.  Climate and Satellite Indicators to forecast Rift Valley fever Epidemics in Kenya.  Presented at the International Congress on Ecosystem Health, August 1999, Sacramento, California.
151.  K.J. Linthicum.  1999.  Emerging Infectious Diseases.  Keynote Address presented at the 34th Annual Meeting of the Ohio Mosquito Control Association, October 1999, Mansfield, Ohio.
152.  A. Anyamba, K.J. Linthicum, C. J. Tucker, M.F. Myers.  1999.  Rift Valley fever in East Africa: Climate and disease Connections.  Presented at An Ecosystem Approach to Human Health: Communicable and Emerging Diseases, November1999, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
153.  K.J. Linthicum, A. Anyamba, C. J. Tucker, P.W. Kelley, M.F. Myers, C. J. Peters, and M.L. Wilson.  1999.  Climate and Satellite Indicators to Forecast Rift Valley Fever Epidemics in Kenya.  Presented at GEOMED'99 - Second International Workshop on Geomedical Systems, Paris, November 22-23, 1999.
154.  K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, CJ. Tucker, P.W. Kelley, M.F. Myers, and C.J. Peters.  1999.  El Nino/Southern Oscillation, Pacific and Indian Ocean Sea Surface Temperature and Satellite Indicators to Forecast Rift Valley fever Epidemics in East Africa.  Presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 29 - December 2, 1999, Washington DC
155.  K.J. LINTHICUM,  1999.  Drug resistant scrub typhus in Northern Thailand.  Presented at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, December 12-16, 1999, Atlanta GA
156.  R. Sithiprasasna, T.P. Endy, K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, M. Myers, J. M. Wilson, and P.W. Kelley.  2000.  Linkages between climate indicators and dengue hemorrhagic fever transmission in Southeast Asia. Presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 12-16 March 2000, Atlantic city, New Jersey
157.  R. Sithiprasasna, T.P. Endy, K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, and P.W. Kelley.  2000.  Potential role of climate indicators in assessing the risk of dengue infection to military operations in hyperendemic regions of Southeast Asia.  Presented at the 10th Annual Asia-Pacific Military Medicine Conference, 7-12 May 2000, Singapore
158.  K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, and P.W. Kelley.  2000.  Global warming and its impact on Rift Valley fever outbreaks in Africa.  Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2000,16-19 July 2000, Atlanta, Georgia
159.  J.M. Wilson, C.J. Tucker, P. Formenty, R. Arthur, K.J. LINTHICUM, W. Ebisuzaki, M.F. Myers, and P. Jahrling.  2000.  Environmental conditions associated with emergence of Ebola hemorrhagic fever virus.  Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2000,16-19 July 2000, Atlanta, Georgia
160.  A. Anyamba, K.J. Linthicum, Robert Mahoney, C. J. Tucker, and P.W. Kelley.  2000.  Mapping spatial distribution of potential Rift Valley fever outbreaks in continental Africa using NOAA - NDVI time series data.  Presented at the 25th Annual Climate Diagnostics and Prediction Workshop, Columbia University, Palisades, New York, October 23 - October 27, 2000.
161.  R. Sithiprasasna, T.P. Endy, K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, and P.W. Kelley.  2000.  Potential role of climate indicators in assessing the risk of dengue infection in hyperendemic regions of Burma and Thailand.  Presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, October 29 - November 2, 2000, Houston, Texas.
162.  K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Sithiprasasna, T.P. Endy, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, and P.W. Kelley.  2000.  Climate indicators to assess the risk of dengue infection in hyperendemic regions of Southeast Asia.  Presented at The International conference on Dengue and Haemorrhagic Fever, November 20 - 24, 2000, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
163.  K.J. Linthicum, A. Anyamba, Robert Mahoney, and C. J. Tucker.  2001.  Estimating the risk of Rift Valley fever outbreaks in Africa using satellite times series data.  Presented at the 67th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 18-22 February 2001, Dallas, Texas.
164.  Assaf Anyamba, K.J. Linthicum, Robert Mahoney, and Compton J. Tucker.  2001.  Mapping Potential Risk of Rift Valley fever Epizootics/Epidemics in African Savannas using Satellite Time Series Data.  Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, December 09-12, 2001, San Diego CA.
165.  V. Kramer and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2002.  Widespread infestations of Aedes albopictus in California in 2001.  Presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, 16-21 February 2002, Denver, Colorado.
166.  K.J. Linthicum.  2002.  Globalization of viral hemorrhagic fevers: Importance of Identifying linkages between virus, ecosystems and climate.  Presented at the Conference on Emerging Arboviral diseases in the western United States, May 2-3, 2002, Anaheim CA.
167.  J. He, B.L. Innis, M.P. Shrestha, E.T. Clayson, R. M. Scott, K.J. Linthicum, G.G. Musser, S.C. Gigliotti, L.N. Binn, R.A. Kuschner, and D.W. Vaughn.  2002.  Detection of naturally acquired hepatitis E virus (HEV) infection in Nepal rodents.  Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 10-14, 2002, Denver, Colorado
168.  R. Hu, T. Walker, and K.J. Linthicum.  2003.  Evaluation of factors related to transmission risk of Lyme Disease in Southern California.  Presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, January 12-15, 2003, Palm Springs, CA.
169.  T. Walker, R. Hu, K.J. Linthicum, S. Frederickson, l. Molina, M. Gabriela Luna, and A.G. Barbour.  2003.  Epidemiologic Investigation of Tick-borne Relapsing fever cases in Inyo and Mono Counties.  Presented at the 71st Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, January 12-15, 2003, Palm Springs, CA.
170.  K.J. Linthicum.  2003.  Predicting Animal Disease Outbreaks with Remote Sensing and GIS Technologies.  Presented at the USDA Ministerial Conference and Expo on Agricultural Science and Technology, June 22-25, 2003, Sacramento, California.
171.  K.J. Linthicum.  2004.  California West Nile Virus update.  Presented at the 72nd Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, February 1-4, 2004, Sacramento, California.
172.  R. Hu, T. Walker, R. Spano, M. Rood, H.L. Murray, B. Hess and K.J. Linthicum.  2004.  Temporal distribution of adult Ixodes pacificus ticks in Southern California.  Presented at the 72nd Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, February 1-4, 2004, Sacramento, CA.
173.  T. Walker, R. Hu, K.J. Linthicum, S. Frederickson, and L. Molina.  2004.  Risk of tick-borne relapsing fever in Mono County, California.  Presented at the 72nd Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, February 1-4, 2004, Sacramento, CA.
174.  K.J. LINTHICUM.  2004.  California’s surveillance and response plan for West Nile Virus. Presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, February 22-26, 2004, Savannah, Georgia.
175.  R. Sithiprasasna, K.J. LINTHICUM, W. J. Lee, and J.W. Jones.  2004.  Identification of larval Anopheles mosquito habitats using GIS and remote sensing in South Korea.  Presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, February 22-26, 2004, Savannah, Georgia.
176.  R. Hu, K.J. LINTHICUM, V. L. Kramer.  2004.  Vector-borne disease surveillance and control at national forest in California.  Presented at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, February 22-26, 2004, Savannah, Georgia.
177.  K.J. Linthicum.  2004.  Globalization of a Dengue Vector: Introduction of Aedes albopictus in California.  Presented at the 39th Congreso Nacional de Entomologia, May 16-19, 2004, Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico.
178.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2004.  Forecasting Rift Valley and Ebola outbreaks in sub-Saharan Africa: Factors Determining Success or Failure. 36th Annual Society of Vector Ecology Conference, September 26-29, 2004, Boston, MA.
179.  Rongnoparut, P., P. Rodpradit, P. Kongswadworakul, R. Sithiprasasna, K.J. LINTHICUM.  2004.  Population genetic structure of Anopheles maculatus in Thailand. Presented at the 53rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, November 7-11, 2004, Miami Beach, Florida
180.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2005.  West Nile virus expansion in the US: Are we now prepared to contain a globalization of a select biological threat agent? Presented at Conference 2005. West Nile Virus in North America Five Years Later: Lessons to be learned, April 20-22, 2005, Ontario CA.
181.  Sithiprasasna, R., K.J. LINTHICUM, W. J. Lee, T.A. Klein, D.M. Ugsang, and J.W. Jones.  2005.  Identification of larval anopheline habitats in South Korea using remote sensing. Presented at the 71st Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, April 3-7, 2005, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
182.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S. Allan, D.R. Barnard, J.J. Becnel, U. Bernier, D.A. Carlson, J.A. Hogsette, D.L. Kline, and D. Shuman.  2005.  Novel research efforts to prevent West Nile virus transmission and Control Spread of Infected mosquitoes. Presented at the 2005 National Conference on West Nile virus in the United States, February 8-9, 2005, San Jose, California.
183.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2005.  Research efforts at the USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology to control insects. Presented at the FAO/IAEA International Conference on Area-Wide Control of Insect Pests: Integrating the Sterile Insect and Related Nuclear and other Techniques, May 9-13, 2005, Vienna, Austria.
184.  Kline, D.L., S. A. Allan, U. R. Bernier, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2005.  Development of new surveillance technologies for Culex mosquitoes. Presented at the 2005 National Conference on West Nile virus in the United States, February 8-9, 2005, San Jose, California.
185.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J-P Chretien, and C.J. Tucker.  Satellite monitoring in support of GEIS vector borne disease surveillance activities. Presented at the Department of Defense-Global Emerging Infections Systems Symposium on Emerging Infectious Disease Modeling: Epidemiologic Application in the Department of Defense, August 3, 2005, Linthicum, MD.
186.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2005.  Overview of research programs Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology, ARS, USDA, Gainesville, Florida USA. Presented at the 2nd Arbovirus Surveillance & Mosquito Control Workshop, March 22-24.2005, St. Augustine, FL.
187.  Anyamba, A., J. Small, C.J.Tucker, K. Cressman, T.B. Love, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Remote sensing of eco-climatic conditions associated with the 2004 Desert Locust outbreak in Northwest and Sahelian Africa. Presented at the Pecora 16 Symposium - Global Priorities in Land Remotes Sensing, September 23-27, 2005, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
188.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J-P Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, and J. Malone.  2005.  Potential for Rift Valley fever expansion: Eco-climatic conditions on the Arabian Peninsula. Presented at the IV International Congress of Vector Ecology, October 2-7, 2005, Reno, NV.
189.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2005.  Six years of West Nile Virus Expansion in the US: Are we prepared to contain a globalization of Rift Valley fever. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Florida Mosquito Control Association, November 13-16, 2005, Duck Key, FL.
190.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2005.  Factors affecting the ability of mosquitoes to transmit pathogens: In ACME Symposium entitled Environmental factors: Temperature, rainfall, modifications to the environment. Presented at the American Committee on Medical Entomology Symposium at the 54th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Washington DC, 11-15 December 2005.
191.  Barnard, D.R., G.J. Knue, D.L. Kline, U.R. Bernier, S.A. Allan, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2005.  Can the mosquito landing rate on humans be predicted from CDC Light Trap collections? Presented at the American Committee on Medical Entomology Symposium at the 54th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Washington DC, 11-15 December 2005.
192.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, and J-P Chretien.  2006.  Near real-time surveillance for Rift Valley fever in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Presented at the 72st Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, February 25-March 2, 2006, Detroit, Michigan.
193.  Chretien, J., S. Bedno, A. Anyamba, R. Breiman, C. Njuguna, R. Sang, K. Sergon, A. Poweres, C. Onyango, J. Small, K.J. LINTHICUM, and C. Tucker.  2006.  Eco-climatic precursors to large chikungunya outbreaks in Kenya and Comoros, 2004-2005. Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2006, March 19-22, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia.
194.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Chretien, P.B. Formenty, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, J.L. Malone, H. El Bushra, and V. Martin.  2006.  Potential for Rift Valley fever activity on the Arabian Peninsula: detection of suitable eco-climatic conditions. Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2006, March 19-22, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia.
195.  Anyamba, A., J. Chretien, S. Yingst, J. Small, K.J. LINTHICUM, and C. Tucker.  2006.  Satellite-based Rift Valley fever forecasts predict a large yellow fever epidemic in Sudan, 2005. Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2006, March 19-22, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia.
196.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S. Allan, D.R. Barnard, J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, D.A. Carlson, G.G. Clark, C.J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, and D.L. Kline.  2006.  The Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology: developing new mosquito surveillance and control products. Presented at the 74th Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, January 29 through February 1, 2006, Reno, Nevada.
197.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  A GIS early warning system to detect elevated populations of vectors of Rift Valley fever and the contributions from Florida's mosquito control community. Presented at the Florida Mosquito Control Association 2006 Spring Meeting, May 17-18, 2006, St. Petersburg Beach, FL.
198.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2006.  Affects of Environmental Factors on the ability of mosquitoes to transmit arboviruses. Presented at the The 3rd Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop, March 22-24, 2006, St. Augustine, Florida.
199.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2006.  Overview of Research Programs at the CENTER FOR Medical, Agricultural, & Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE), Agriculture Research Service, USDA, Gainesville, Florida. Presented at the 2006 IAEA Training Course, May 10. 2006, Gainesville, Florida.
200.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2006.  Satellite surveillance techniques for forecasting vector-borne disease. Presented at the Collaborative Planning Session on ARS Research Concerning GIS-Based Risk Models for Mosquito Transmission of Rift Valley Fever Virus if Introduced into the U.S., University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY. May 24-25, 2006.
201.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Preparing for Rift Valley Fever in the U.S.: Implementing GIS and Remote Sensing to Understand Population Dynamics of Mosquito Vectors. Presented at the Collaborative Planning Session on ARS Research Concerning GIS-Based Risk Models for Mosquito Transmission of Rift Valley Fever Virus if Introduced into the U.S., University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY. May 24-25, 2006.
202.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Current Issues and Concerns Regarding Rift Valley Fever, An Emerging Virus Threat. Presented at the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Summer Convention, Reno, Nevada. July 11-13, 2006.
203.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Rift Valley Fever Virus: An Emerging Threat to Wildlife, Livestock, and Humans in the U.S. - A Review of Issues and Concerns, and a GIS Early Warning System for RVF Vectors. Presented at the Wildlife Disease Association and American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians 2006 Conference, Storrs, Connecticut. August 6-10, 2006.
204.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  A Review of Issues and Concerns of Rift Valley Fever, A Potential Emerging Threat to Livestock, Wildlife, and Humans in the U.S., and a GIS Early Warning System For RVF Vectors. Presented at the US Animal Health Association and American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota. October 12-18, 2006.
205.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Rift Valley Fever: Preparing for Potential New Mosquito-Borne Diseases in the U.S. with a Vector Surveillance System. Presented at the Society of Vector Ecologists Annual Meeting, Anchorage, Alaska. September 29 - October 3, 2006.
206.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2006.  New Mosquito Repellant and Control Products from the USDA. Presented at the 74th Annual Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, Reno, Nevada. January 20 - February 1, 2006.
207.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Preparing for Rift Valley fever in the U.S.: Implementing GIS and Remote Sensing to Detect Elevated Populations of Mosquito Vectors. Presented at the North West Mosquito Vector Control Association, Newport, Oregon. October 4-6, 2006.
208.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  An Automated GIS/Remotely Sensed Early Warning System to Detect Elevated Populations of Vectors of Rift Valley fever, a Mosquito-Borne Emerging Virus Threat. Presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2006 Conference, Atlanta, GA, November 12-16, 2006.
209.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Florida mosquito surveillance data and GIS: can we predict the "where", "when", and "how many"? Presented at the Florida Mosquito Control Association, Stuart, FL, November 12-15, 2006.
210.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J-P. Chretien, R.L. Erickson, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, S.C. Britch, K. Bennett, R. Mayer, E. Schmidtman, T.G. Andreadis, J.F. Anderson, W. Wilson, J. Freier, A. James, R. Miller, B. Drolet, S. Miller, C. Tedrow, D. Strickman, D.R. Barnard, G.G. Clark, and L. Zou.  2006.  A Rift Valley fever risk surveillance system in Africa using remotely sensed data in a GIS: Potential for use on other continents. Presented at the 1st OIE International Conference. Use of GIS in Veterinary Activities, Silvi Marina, Abruzzo, Italy, October 8-11 2006.
211.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2006.  Are we prepared to prevent or contain an introduction of Rift Valley fever? Presented at the Society of Vector Ecologists Annual Meeting, Anchorage, Alaska. September 29 - October 3, 2006.
212.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2006.  Are we prepared to prevent or contain an introduction of Rift Valley fever? Presented at the USDA Rift Valley Fever Working Group - Fall Meeting, Ft. Collins, Colorado, December 5-6, 2006.
213.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, J.P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker.  2006.  Rift Valley Fever: Overview and Monitoring. Presented at the USDA RVF Working Group - Fall Meeting, in Fort Collins, CO, December 5-7, 2006.
214.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2006.  Update on the RVF Vector Early Warning GIS. Presented at the USDA RVF Working Group - Fall Meeting, in Fort Collins, CO, December 5-7, 2006.
215.  Anyamba, A., J. Small, K.J. LINTHICUM, J.P. Chretien, and C. Tucker.  2006.  Rift Valley fever overview and monitoring in Africa. Presented at the USDA Rift Valley fever Working Group - Fall Meeting at the USDA-APHIS in Fort Collins, CO, December 5-6, 2006.
216.  Allan, S.A., D.R. Barnard, J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, S.C. Britch, G.G. Clark, M.F. Cooperband, C.J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, D.L. Kline, K.J. LINTHICUM, R.M. Pereira, J.W. Pridgeon, B.P. Quinn, J.F. Reinert, C.H.Welch and L. Zhao.  2006.  USDA-ARS-CMAVE pesticide research for the DoD: A needs-based program for vector control. Presented at the Entomological Society of America Meeting, Indianapolis, IN, December 10-13, 2006.
217.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.A. Allan, D.R. Barnard, J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, S.C. Britch, G.G. Clark, M.F. Cooperband, C.J. Geden, J.A. Hogsette, D.L. Kline, R.M. Pereira, J.W. Pridgeon, B.P. Quinn, J.F. Reinert, C.H. Welch, and L. Zhao.  2007.  Mosquito and Fly Control Research by the USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agriculture and Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE) in the Deployed War-Fighter Protection (DWFP) Program. Presented at the 75th Conference of the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California, Fresno, California, February 4-7, 2007.
218.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker  2007.  Developing global climate anomalies suggest potential disease risks for 2007. Presented at the 4th Arbovirus surveillance & Mosquito Control workshop, St. Augustine, Florida, March 27-29, 2007.
219.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, and J. Chretien.  2007.  Forecasting Rift Valley fever transmission using climate and satellite indicators. Presented at the 2007 American Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida, April 1-5, 2007.
220.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2007.  Review of Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE) Activities - Introduction. Presented at the 2007 DoD-Armed Forces Pest Management Board, Pest Management Workshop, Jacksonville, Florida, February 12-16, 2007.
221.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, and S.C. Britch.  2007.  The Role of Global Climate Patterns on the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Vector-Borne Disease. Presented at the Symposium on Vector Biology, Ecology, and Control, Riverside, California, May 29 - June 1, 2007.
222.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Mosquito Surveillance and Emerging Disease Threats in the U.S.: Prevention and Preparation with Vector Early-Warning GIS. Presented at the 73rd Annual Conference of the American Mosquito Control Association of California, Orlando, Florida, April 1-5, 2007.
223.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Chretien, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, and S.C. Britch.  2007.  Ecology of Disease - The Intersection of Human and Animal Health. Presented at the Institute of Medicine's Forum on Microbial Threats' Workshop entitled "Vector-Borne Disease - Understanding the Environmental, Human Health, and Ecological Connections, at Fort Collins, CO, June 19-20, 2007.
224.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Rift Valley fever: a potential emerging threat to livestock, wildlife, and humans in the U.S.: A review and a GIS early warning system for RVF vectors. Presented at the American Sheep Industry Association Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, January 25-27, 2007.
225.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Rift Valley fever, a potential emerging U.S. disease threat, and the unique contribution of CHPM mosquito surveillance data to a GIS early-warning system. Presented at the 2007 DoD Pest Management Workshop at the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, FL, February 12-16, 2007.
226.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  GIS early-warning system for vectors of Rift Valley fever. Presented at the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California 75th Annual Conference, Fresno, CA, February 4-7, 2007.
227.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Long-term mosquito surveillance data and 94th Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, March 13-16, 2007.
228.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  The values of long-term mosquito surveillance data. Presented at the 4th Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop, St. Augustine, FL, March 27-29, 2007.
229.  Anyamba, A., J.P. Chretien, J. Small, C. Tucker, P. Formenty, J. Richardson, S.C. Britch and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Forecasting the temporal and spatial distribution of a Rift Valley fever outbreak in East Africa: 2006-2007. Presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2007 Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 4-8, 2007.
230.  LINTHICUM, K.J.  2007.  Forecasting Rift Valley fever virus activity in the Horn of Africa and potential value in preparing for a introduction into the U.S. Presented at the Rift Valley fever Working Group Meeting in Fort Collins, CO, July 30 - August 1, 2007.
231.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, R. Brieman, A. Hightower, M.K. Njenga, R.Sang, P. Formenty, and S.C. Britch.  2007.  Chikungunya on an island off the coast of Kenya: Impact on the health of the global community and potential development of an early warning system for U.S. Presented at the Florida Mosquito Control Association's 79th Annual Meeting in Jacksonville, FL, November 11-14, 2007.
232.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyama, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, and S.C. Britch.  2007.  Predicting the next outbreak of Rift Valley fever (RVF). Presented at the 111th Annual Meeting United States Animal Health Association and 50th Annual Conference American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians in Reno, NV, October 18-24, 2007.
233.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, R. Breiman, A. Hightower, M.K. Njenga, R. Sang, P. Formenty, J. Richardson, and S.C. Britch.  2007.  Forecasting RVF Outbreaks-Fine Tuning a Model. Presented at the Symposium at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 56th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, November 4-8, 2007.
234.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Progress in understanding the spatial and temporal distribution of potential RFV mosquito vectors in the U.S., and potential routes for introduction of mosquitoes from RVF epizootic/pandemic areas into the U.S. Presented at the RVF Working Groups in Fort Collins, CO, July 30 - August 1, 2007.
235.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2007.  Understanding the spatial and temporal distribution of potential mosquito vectors of Rift Valley fever in the U.S. Presented at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2007 Conference in Philadelphia, PA, November 4-8, 2007.
236.  Zhao, L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2008.  Cytochrome c gene and protein expression: developmental regulation, environmental response and pesticide sensitivity in the Aedes aegypti. Presented at the Entomological Society of America Meeting in San Diego, CA, December 2007.
237.  Zhao, L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2008.  Multiple genes expressed in response heat shock stress of Aedes aegypti adults. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
238.  Zhao, L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2008.  Cytochrome c plays an important functional role in the development of Aedes aegypti. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
239.  Bernier, U.R., A. Katritzky, S. Slavov, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2008.  Discovery of novel biting fly repellents and insecticides from structure-activity studies. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association 74th Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
240.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J.P. Chretien, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, and S.C. Britch.  2008.  The role of global climate patterns in the spatial and temporal distribution of vector-borne disease: Implications for California in 2008. Presented at the Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California 76th Annual Meeting in Palm Springs, CA, January 13-16, 2008.
241.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, S.C. Britch, C.J. Tucker, J. Small, and E. Pak.  2008.  Climate change: Potential affect on pesticide application for vector control. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association 74th Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
242.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, S.C. Britch, and E. Pak.  2008.  Potential for Rift Valley to be introduced into North America. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association 74th Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
243.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2008.  Using satellite climate measurements to understand dynamics of mosquito populations in the US. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association 74th Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
244.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM.  2008.  A high throughput screening method to identify potential pesticides for mosquito control. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association 74th Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
245.  LINTHICUM, K.J., W. Tabachnick, P. Reiter, A. Powers, G.G. Clark, and M. Turell.  2008.  Potential for a Second Generation of Emerging Vector Borne Diseases in North America. Presented at the American Mosquito Control Association 74th Annual Meeting in Reno, NV, March 2-6, 2008.
246.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, and S.C. Britch.  2008.  Impact of Global Climate on Rift Valley fever Outbreaks. Presented at NIH Sumposium: Global Warming: More that Just Hot Air! In Bethesda, MD, April 17 2008.
247.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, S.C. Britch , J. Small, C.J. Tucker, E. Pak, and J.P. Chretien.  2008.  Forecast and Assessment of the rift Valley fever Outbreaks in East and Southern Africa: 2006-2008. Presented at the Workshop entitled "Rift Valley fever 2008" in Nairobi, Kenya, May 5-7 2008.
248.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, and J.P. Chretien.  2008.  Rift Valley fever Ecology and Control of Mosquito Vectors. Presented at the Workshop entitled "Rift Valley fever 2008" in Nairobi, Kenya, May 5-7 2008.
249.  Britch, S.C., K. J. LINTHICUM, W.W. Wynn, T. W. Walker, M. Farooq, C.A. Robinson, V.L. Smith, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A, Gutierrez, H..D. Lothrop.  2008.  Evaluation of barrier treatments on natural and artificial substrates in a souhern California desert habitat. Presented at the 11th Annual Force Health Protection Conference in Albuquerque, NM, August 10-15 2008.
250.  Britch, S.C., K. J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, E.W. Pak, J. Small, Pasco County Mosquito Control, Fl, Chatham County Mosquito Control, GA, USACHPPM-N, USACHPPM-S, USACHPPM-W.  2008.  Satellite-derived climate zones in the U.S. Iraq, and Afghanistan. Presented at the 11th Annual Force Health Protection Conference in Albuquerque, NM, August 10-15 2008.
251.  Britch, S.C., K. J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, E.W. Pak, J. Small, Pasco County Mosquito Control, Fl, Chatham County Mosquito Control, GA, USACHPPM-N, USACHPPM-S, USACHPPM-W.  2008.  Satellite-vegetation Index data as a tool to forecast population dynamics of important mosquitoes at military installations in the Continental U.S. Presented at the 187th Meeting of the Armed Forces Pest Management Board in Silver Spring MD, August 18-22 2008.
252.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, and S.C. Britch.  2008.  Global Surveillance and control of Emerging Arboviruses. Presented at the Workshop entitled "Arboviruses: An Increasing Threat for Temperate Regions in Rome, Italy, 29 September - 3 October 2008.
253.  A. Anyamba, K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, and S.C. Britch.  2008.  Forecast and Assessment of the Rift Valley fever activity in East and Southern Africa: 2006-2008. Presented at the Workshop entitled "Arboviruses: An Increasing Threat for Temperate Regions in Rome, Italy, 29 September - 3 October 2008.
254.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, C. Gay, A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, and C. Witt.  2008.  Rift Valley fever overview and recent developments at USDA. Presented at the Foreign and Emerging diseases Committee, US Animal Health Association Annual Meeting in Greensboro, NC, October 28 2008.
255.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, and J.P. Chretien. 2008. Climate Change and Evolution of Vector Associated Pathogens: Potential to Increase or Decrease Duration and Intensity of Epidemics. Presented at the Climate Changes and Changes in Epidemiology Meeting in Annecy/Les Pensieres, France, November 24-26, 2008.
256.  Zhao L., J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark and K.J. LINTHICUM. Identification of genes specifically expressed during heat shock treatment in Aedes aegypti. Presented at the Entomological Society of America Meeting in Reno, NV. December, 2008.
257.  Aubuchon, M., G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM. 2008. Progress of Deployed Warfighter Protection (DWFP) Research Activities at the USDA Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology (CMAVE). Presented at the Entomological Society of America Meeting in Reno, NV. December, 2008.
258.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, D. Schnabel, S. Bedno, J. Richardson, S.C. Britch, and J. Hogsette. Climate Change: Potential Impact on Insect Vectors and Vector-Borne Diseases. Presented at the Entomological Society of America Meeting in Reno, NV. December, 2008.
259.  Britch, S.C., K. J. LINTHICUM, W.W. Wynn, T. W. Walker, M. Farooq, C.A. Robinson, V.L. Smith, B.B. Lothrop. 2008. Evaluating ULV Mosquito Applications in a Southern California Desert Habitat. Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in New Orleans, LA, December 7-11 2008.
260.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, E. Pak, and J. Small. 2009. Basics of Epidemiology: RVF: A Potential Emerging Mosquito-borne Zoonotic Threat to the United States. Presented at the 25th Annual Dodd Short Courses of the FMCA in Ocala, FL, January 29, 2009.
261.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, C.J. Tucker, E. Pak, and J. Small. 2009. Developing Tools against Existing and Emerging Arthropod-borne Disease Threats. 2nd Annual Meeting, NE 507: Biology, Ecology, & Management of Emerging Disease Vectors Center for Vector Biology, Rutgers University, February 10, 2009.
262.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, J. Clark, D. N'Nonga, F. Ngere, C. Kibet, A. Anyamba, W.W. Wynn, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, J.C. Dunford, and T. Walker. 2009. Reducing Sand Fly Numbers in Leishmania Endemic Regions in Kenya with Insecticide Treated Camouflage Screening. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 2009.
263.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, T. Walker, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, H.D. Lothrop, W.W. Wynn, and J.C. Dunford. 2009. Efficacy of Barrier Treatments on Natural Populations of Mosquitoes in Desert Habitats of California. Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 2009.
264.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Permethrin Induces Overexpression of Multiple Genes in Aedes aegypti. Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 2009.
265.  Pridgeon, J.W., J.J. Becnel, U.R. Bernier, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Structure-Activity Relationships of 33 Carboxamides as Toxicants against Female Adults of Aedes aegypti. Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 2009.
266.  Zhao, L, J.W. Pridgeon, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Cytochrome b Expression and RNAi Knockdown in Aedes aegypti. Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 2009.
267.  Zhao, L, J.J. Becnel, J.W. Pridgeon, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Multiple Genes Expressed in Response to Magnesium Stress of Culex quinquefasciatus Larvae. Presented at the 75th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in New Orleans, LA, April 5-9, 2009.
268.  Anyamba, A. and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2009. Rift Valley fever: Biology, Ecology, Climate Variability, Monitoring, Prediction & Implications for Global Health and Trade. Presented at the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, Department of State in Washington DC, April 28, 2009.
269.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, R. Swanepoel, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, P. Formenty, and S. de La Rocque. 2009. Mapping the Risk of Rift Valley fever re-emergence in Southern Africa using Remote Sensing Data. Presented at the 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium in Cape Town and Africa, July 13-17, 2009.
270.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, R. Swanepoel, S.C. Britch, E.W. Pak, P. Formenty, S. de La Rocque, C.J. Tucker, and M.M. Smith. 2009. Detecting Rift Valley fever Risk in Southern Africa using Remote Sensing Data. Presented at the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII) in Durban, South Africa, August 10-14, 2009.
271.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, R. Swanepoel, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, P. Formenty, and S. de La Rocque. 2009. Mapping the Risk of Rift Valley fever re-emergence in Southern Africa using Remote Sensing Data. Presented at the 12th Conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE XII) in Durban, South Africa, August 10-14, 2009.
272.  Tsikolia, M, U.R. Bernier, S. Slavov, C.D. Hall, G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM, and A.R. Katritzky. 2009. Discovery of novel mosquito repellents from structure-activity studies. Presented at the American Chemical Society National Meeting, in Washington DC, August 16-21, 2009.
273.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, J.W. Clark, D. Ngnonga, F. Ngere, C. Kibet, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, C.A. Robinson, V.L. Smith, J.C Dunford, A. Anyamba. 2009. Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in Washington DC December 7-11 2008.
274.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, S.C. Britch, R. Breiman, A. Hightower, S.de La Rocque, P. Formenty, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, R. Sang, D. Schnabel, and J. Richardson. 2009. Prediction, assessment of the Rift Valley fever activity in East and southern Africa 2006-2008 and possible vector control strategies. Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in Washington DC December 7-11 2009
275.  LINTHICUM K.J., A. Anyamba, B. Killenbeck, H.C. Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavlin, and J. Gaydos. Satellite Measured Climate Variables and Reemergence of Malaria in the Republic of Korea. Presented at Preventive Medicine 2010, in Arlington, VA, February 17-20 2010. (Award Winner)
276.  LINTHICUM, K.J, A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, C. Witt, J. Chretien, S.C. Britch. 2009. Rift Valley fever Entomology, Ecology, and Outbreak Risk Factors. Presented at United States Animal Health Association 2009 Annual Meeting, in San Diego, CA, October 11-16 2009.
277.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2009. Geospatial modeling and disease insect vector management at the USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology. Presented at the Tenth Annual Conference on High Technology in Jackson, Mississippi on November 18-19, 2009.
278.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2009. Research at the USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural, and Veterinary Entomology. Presented at the Tenth Annual Conference on High Technology in Jackson, Mississippi on November 18-19, 2009.
279.  Bernier U.R., M. Tsikolia, N. M. Elejalde, S. Svetoslav, D. Hall, G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM, and A.R. Katritzky. 2009. Research on new repellents. Presented at the Florida Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting, 8-11 November, 2009.
280.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C. A. Robinson, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, H.D. Lothrop. 2009. Evaluation of ULV and thermal fog mosquito control applications in temperate and desert environments. Presented at the Florida Mosquito Control Association Annual Meeting in Tampa, FL, 8-11 November, 2009.
281.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, J.W. Clark, D. Ngnonga, F. Ngere, C. Kibet, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, C.A. Robinson, V.L. Smith, J.C Dunford, A. Anyamba. 2009. Insecticide treated camouflage screening reduces sand fly numbers in Leishmania-endemic regions in Kenya. Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in Washington DC, November 18-22, 2009.
282.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J.P. Chretien, S.C. Britch, R. Breiman, A. Hightower, S.de La Rocque, P. Formenty, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, R. Sang, D. Schnabel, and J. Richardson. 2009. Prediction, assessment of the Rift Valley fever activity in East and southern Africa 2006-2008 and possible vector control strategies. Presented at the 58th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene in Washington DC, November 18-22 2009.
283.  Witt, C., A. Anyamba, K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Grieco, L. Rueda, D. Foley, A. Buczac, and S. Lewis. 2009. Predictive Infectious Disease Surveillance: A Multidisciplinary Approach for the Early Detection and Response to Disease Outbreaks. Presented at the 8th Annual Conference of the International Society for Disease Surveillance in Miami, FL, December 3-4, 2009.
284.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, J.C. Dunford, R. Larson, B.B. Lothrop, J. Wittie, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, H.D. Lothrop, J.D. Kerce, and A. Anyamba. 2010. Efficacy of Barrier Treatments on Natural Populations of Mosquitoes and Sand Flies. Presented at the 35th Annual Meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Mosquito Control Association in Savannah, GA, January 19-21, 2010.
285.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, J.C. Dunford, R. Larson, B.B. Lothrop, J. Wittie, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, H.D. Lothrop, J.D. Kerce, A. Anyamba, M. Turell, and D. Dohm. 2010. Field Studies in Desert and Temperate Environments in the US and Kenya, and Laboratory Studies of Pathogen-Infected Mosquitoes. Presented at the 2010 DoD Pest Management Workshop in Jacksonville Naval Air Station, FL, February 7-12, 2010.
286.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, B. Killenbeck, C. Lee Hee, T. Klein, J. Pavlin, and J. Gaydos. 2010. Satellite Measured Climate Variables and Reemergence of Malaria in the Republic of Korea. Presented at the Preventive Medicine 2010 Meeting in Crystal City, VA, February 17-22, 2010.
287.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, B. Killenbeck, H.C. Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavlin, and J. Gaydos. Satellite Measured Climate Variables and Reemergence of Malaria in the Republic of Korea. Presented at Preventive Medicine 2010, in Arlington, VA, February 17-20 2010. (Award Winner)
288.  Tsikolia, M., U.R. Bernier, S. Slavov, N.M. Elejalde, G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM, and A.R. Katritzky. 2010. New and Improved Mosquito Repellents Based on Structural Similarity. Presented at the 11th Annual Florida Heterocyclic and Synthetic IUPAC-sponsored Conference, in Gainesville, FL, 7-10 March 2010.
289.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2010. Control of Mosquito-Borne Disease: Future Directions. Presented at the 7th Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop in St. Augustine, FL, March 23-25, 2010.
290.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, U.R. Bernier, M. Tsikolia, N.M. Elejalde, G.G. Clark, J.J. Becnel, Y. Pridgeon, M.R. Coy, L. Zhao, W.R. Reid, N.D. Sanscrainte, A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, J. Chretien, C. Witt, D. Schnabel, J. Clark, S. Slavov, and A.R. Katritzky. 2010. Control of Mosquito-Borne Diseases: Future Directions. Presented at the 7th Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop in St. Augustine, FL, March 23-25, 2010.
291.  LINTHICUM, K.J., J. Chretien, and A. Anyamba. 2010. Globalization of Chikungunya Virus: Threat to the U.S. Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in Lexington, KY March 28 - April 1, 2010.
292.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, W.W. Wynn, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, V.L. Smith, C.A. Robinson, B.B. Lothrop, M. Snelling, A. Gutierrez, H.D. Lothrop, J.D., and J. Wittie. 2010. Evaluation of ULV and Thermal Fog Mosquito Control Applications in Temperate and Desert Environments. Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in Lexington, KY, March 28 - April 1, 2010.
293.  Anyamba, A., K.J. LINTHICUM, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. De La Rocque, P. Formenty, A. Hightower, R. Breiman, J. Chretien, C. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H. Lewandowski, and R. Swanepoel. 2010. Prediction, Assessment of the Rift Valley fever Activity in East and Southern Africa 2006-2008 and Possible Vector Control Strategies. Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in Lexington, KY, March 28 - April 1, 2010.
294.  Zhao, L., D.L. Kline, J.J. Becnel, J. Chen, X. Jin, S.A. Allan, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2010. Cloning and mRNA Expression of NADH Dehydrogenase during Ochlerotatus taeniorhynchus Development and Pesticide Response. Presented at the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association in Lexington, KY, March 28 - April 1, 2010.
295.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, J. Richardson, R. Breiman, and A. Hightower. 2010. Joining Together for a Common Cause - Interagency Collaboration to Fight Disease. Presented at the 2010 Federal Laboratory Consortium National Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 26-29, 2010.
296.  LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, A. Anyamba, J. Small, E. Pak, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, J. Richardson, R. Breiman, and A. Hightower. 2010. Interagency Partnership Award - Forecasting Rift Valley fever Outbreaks in Africa. Presented at the 2010 Federal Laboratory Consortium National Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 26-29, 2010.
297.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2010. Laboratory Director Forums: USDA-ARS Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology. Presented at the 2010 Federal Laboratory Consortium National Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, April 26-29, 2010
298.  Tsikolia, M., U.R. Bernier, S. Slavov, N.M. Elejalde, G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM, and A.R. Katritzky. 2010. Modeling, Synthesis and Bioassay of Acylpiperidines and Carboxamides as Improved Mosquito Repellents. Presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Pharmocognosy and Phitochemical Society of North America, in St. Petersburg Beach, FL, 10-14 July 2010.
299.  Witt, C.J., A. Anyamba, M. Colacicco-Mayhugh, P.M. Masuoka, T. Myers, D.H. Foley, A.L. Buczak, L.A. Musila, K.J. LINTHICUM, J.H. Richardson, T.A. Klein, A.L. Richards, and K.L. Russell. 2010. A Multidisciplinary Predictive Approach for the Early Detection and Response to Outbreaks. Presented at the international Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases in Atlanta, GA, July 11-14, 2010.
300.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. de La Rocque, P. Formenty, A.W. Hightower, R.F. Breiman. J.-P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, S. Osman Magdi, M. Ally Mohamed, P.M. Nguku, J.-M. Reynes, R. Swanepoel, B. Killenbeck, HC Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavilin, and J. Gaydos. 2010. Forecasting the Future: Attempts to Predict Outbreaks before They Occur. Presented at the International Military Forum on Emerging Infectious diseases: The Military's Role under International Health Regulations (IHR 2005), St. Petersburg Russia, 13-16 September 2010.
301.  Wilson, W.C., B.S. Drolet, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2010. Rift Valley fever: A Neglected Zoonotic Disease? Presented at the 114th Annual Meeting of the United States Animal Health Association in conjunction with the 53rd Annual Conference of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 11-17, 2010.
302.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. de La Rocque, P. Formenty, A.W. Hightower, R.F. Breiman. J.-P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, S. Osman Magdi, M. Ally Mohamed, P.M. Nguku, J.-M. Reynes, R. Swanepoel, B. Killenbeck, HC Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavilin, and J. Gaydos. 2011. Forecasting Emerging Vector-Borne Diseases. Presented at the 6th International Conference on Emerging Zoonoses, Cancun, Mexico, February 24-27, 2011.
303.  Snelling, M., Britch, S.C., LINTHICUM, K.J., Wynn, W.W., Aldridge, R.L., Bayer, B., Walker, T.W., Farooq, M., Smith, V.L., Robinson, C.A., Dunford, J.C., Lothrop, B.B., Gutierrez, A., Lothrop, H.D., and Wittie, J. Evaluation of barrier treatments against flies in a desert environment. Mosquito & Vector Control Association of California Annual Conference, Indian Wells, CA, 30 Jan-02 Feb 2011.
304.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, and J.W. Clark. 2011. Evaluation of ULV Applications Against Old World Sand Fly Species in Equatorial Kenya. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Anaheim, CA, March 20-24, 2011.
305.  Tsikolia, M., U.R. Bernier, N.M. Elejalde, G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM, A.R. Katritzky, S. Slavov, and C.D. Hall. 2011. Design, Synthesis and Bioassay of New Mosquito Insecticides and Repellents. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Anaheim, CA, March 20-24, 2011.
306.  Zhao, L., J. Chen, J.J. Becnel, D.L. Kline, G.G. Clark, and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2011. Cloning and Transcription Profiling of Trypsin in Aedes taeniorhynchus (Diptera: Culicidae). Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Anaheim, CA, March 20-24, 2011.
307.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2011. Global Perspective on the Culex Pipiens Complex in the 21st Century I. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Anaheim, CA, March 20-24, 2011.
308.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2011. A Scientific Career in USDA Agricultural Research Service. Presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Anaheim, CA, March 20-24, 2011.
309.  Britch, S.C. and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2011. ULV and Thermal Fog Applications Against Mosquitoes and Sand Flies in Hot-Arid Environments. Presented at the 8th Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop, St. Augustine, FL, March 29-31, 2011.
310.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. de La Rocque, P. Formenty, A.W. Hightower, R.F. Breiman. J.-P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, S. Osman Magdi, M. Ally Mohamed, P.M. Nguku, J.-M. Reynes, R. Swanepoel, B. Killenbeck, HC Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavilin, and J. Gaydos. 2011. Global Climate Change/variability and its impacts on mosquito-borne disease. Presented at the 2nd International Forum for Surveillance and Control of Mosquitoes and Mosquito-borne diseases, Beijing, China, May 23-27, 2011.
311.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2011. Overview of the USDA/CMAVE programs. Presented at the 2nd International Forum for Surveillance and Control of Mosquitoes and Mosquito-borne diseases, Beijing, China, May 23-27, 2011.
312.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2011. Overview of the Society of Vector Ecology. Presented at the 2nd International Forum for Surveillance and Control of Mosquitoes and Mosquito-borne diseases, Beijing, China, May 23-27, 2011.
313.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. de La Rocque, P. Formenty, A.W. Hightower, R.F. Breiman. J.-P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, S. Osman Magdi, M. Ally Mohamed, P.M. Nguku, J.-M. Reynes, R. Swanepoel, B. Killenbeck, HC Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavilin, and J. Gaydos. 2011. Attempts to Predict Outbreaks Before they Occur. Presented at the USNORTHCOM One Health Conference, Colorado Springs, CO, June 14-15, 2011.
314.  LINTHICUM, K.J. 2011. A Scientific Career in the USDA Agricultural Research Service. Presented at the University of Georgia Postdoctoral Association Workshop, Athens, GA, September 23, 2011.
315.  LINTHICUM, K.J., Britch, S.C., T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, and J.W. Clark. 2011. Novel field studies to develop methods to protect deployed troops from mosquito and sand fly vectors. Presented at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Society of Vector Ecology, Flagstaff, AZ, September 25-29, 2011.
316.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, and C.J. Tucker. 2011. Prediction of Rift Valley fever outbreaks and impact on disease control. Presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Reno, NV, November 13-16, 2011.
317.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, and C.J. Tucker. 2011. Forecasting models for zoonotic outbreaks: The RVF Example. Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Societyof Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Philadelphia, PA, December 4-8, 2011.
318.  Bast J.D., LINTHICUM, K.J., S.C. Britch, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, T.M. Logan, V.O. Opondo, D. N'gonga, C. Chepchieng. 2011. Evaluation of Ultra-Low Volume and thermal fog pesticide applications against Old World Phlebotomine sand fly vectors of Leishmania in Kenya. Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Philadelphia, PA, December 4-8, 2011.
319.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Aldridge, T.W. Walker, and M. Farooq. 2012. Novel insecticidal barriers and aerosol applications to protect communities from disease vectors. Presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Austin, TX, February 26- March 1, 2012.
320.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Aldridgte, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, J.W. Clark, J. Bast, S. Gordon, T. Logan, F. Ngere, D. Ngonga, V. Opondo and C. Chepchieng. 2012. Ground ULV and thermal fog applications against phlebotomine sand fly vectors of Leishmania in a hot-arid environment in western Kenya. Presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Austin, TX, February 26- March 1, 2012
321.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Aldridge, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, W. Hoffmann, B. Fritz, C. Parker, M. Breidenbaugh, P. Townsend, D. Teig, and J. Kerce. 2012. Aerial ULV application of permethrin against adult mosquitoes over open field and medium density canopy habitat in a hot-temperate zone. Presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Austin, TX, February 26- March 1, 2012.
322.  Anyamba, A., K.M. Collins, J. Small, A.D. LaBeaud, L.J. Sutherland, E.Mohareb, K.J. LINTHICUM, and C.J. Witt. 2012. Historical compilation and georeferencing of dengue and chikungunya outbreak data for disease modeling. Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2012, Atlanta, GA, March 11-14, 2012.
323.  Anyamba, A., J. Small1, K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Swanepoel, E.W. Pak, G. deKlerk, C.J. Tucker, J. Paweska, L. Blumberg, F.G. Benson, S.C. Britch, S. de La Rocque, P.B. Formenty. 2012. Ecoclimatic Conditions Associated with the 2008- 2011 Rift Valley Fever Activity in Southern Africa. Presented at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2012, Atlanta, GA, March 11-14, 2012.
324.  K.J. LINTHICUM. 2012. Overview of the Society of Vector Ecology. Presented at the 9th Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop, St. Augustine, FL, March 27-29 , 2012.
325.  Turell, M.J., D.J. Dohm, K.J. LINTHICUM, R.L. Aldridge, S.C. Britch, C. Boohene, N. Harboe, M.J. Mahler. 2012. Vector competence of Florida mosquitoes for Rift Valley fever virus. Presented at the 9th Arbovirus Surveillance and Mosquito Control Workshop, St. Augustine, FL, March 29-31, 2012.
326.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, and C.J. Tucker. 2012. Rift Valley fever outbreak prediction in Africa and Middle East. Presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, March 28-30, 2012.
327.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba, J. Small, S.C. Britch, E. Pak, S. de La Rocque, P. Formenty, A.W. Hightower, R.F. Breiman. J.-P. Chretien, C.J. Tucker, D. Schnabel, R. Sang, K. Haagsma, M. Latham, H.B. Lewandowski, S. Osman Magdi, M. Ally Mohamed, P.M. Nguku, J.-M. Reynes, R. Swanepoel, B. Killenbeck, HC Lee, T. Klein, J. Pavlin, and J. Gaydos. 2011. Potential to Forecast Vector-Borne Diseases. Presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society of Vector Ecology, St. Augustine, FL, September 23-27, 2012.
328.  K.J. LINTHICUM, S.C. Britch, R. Aldridgte, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, J.W. Clark, J. Bast, S. Gordon, T. Logan, F. Ngere, D. Ngonga, V. Opondo and C. Chepchieng. 2012. Sand fly control studies in Kenya. Presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society of Vector Ecology, St. Augustine, FL, September 23-27, 2012.
329.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, A. Anyamba, E.W. Pak, J. Small, C.J. Tucker, J. Chretien, H.B. Lewandowski. 2012. Climate effects on populations of potential North American mosquito vectors of Rift Valley fever. Presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Society of Vector Ecology, St. Augustine, FL, September 23-27, 2012.
330.  LINTHICUM, K.J., A. Anyamba and SC. Britch. 2012. Impact of environmental factors on the ability of mosquitoes to transmit arboviral diseases. Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America, Knoxville, TN, November 11-14, 2012
331.  Lutomiah, J. d. Omondi, D. Masiga, P. Mireji, M. Warigia, K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Sang. Virus, vector and host interaction in the amplification and transmission of Rift Valley fever and Ndumu viruses during the 2006-2007 epidemic/epizootic in Kenya described through host blood meal analysis. Presented at the 61th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Atlanta, GA, November 11-15, 2012.
332.  Aldridge, R., S. Allan, S. Britch, J. Hogsette, K. LINTHICUM, T. Walker, W. Wynn. 2013. High through-put aspirator and bioassay system for the evaluation of residual pesticides applied to natural and artificial substrates. Presented at the 2013 EPI Research Day: Mapping the Landscape of the Evolving Science. Gainesville, FL February 14, 2013.
333.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Aldridge, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, M. Breidenbaugh, T.E. Janousek, K.A. Haagsma, J. Wittie, G.S. White, A. Gutierrez and M. Snelling. 2013. Aerial ULV application of permethrin against adult mosquitoes in an extreme hot-arid zone. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, February 24-28, 2013.
334.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, R. Aldridge, T.W. Walker, M. Farooq, T.M. Logan J. D. Bast E. Wanja, V. Opondo, D. N'Gonga and C.K. Chepchieng. 2013. Sand fly control in Kenya with residual pesticide application on HESCO barriers. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, February 24-28, 2013.
335.  Tsikolia, M. U.R. Bernier, N.M. Agramonte, N. Tabanca, D.E. Wedge, K.C. Chalaire, J.J. Becnel, G.G. Clark, K.J. LINTHICUM, M.R. Coy, D.R. Swale and J.R. Bloomquist. 2013. Trifluoromethylphenyl amides as novel insecticides and fungicides. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, February 24-28, 2013.
336.  M.J. Turell, S.C. Britch, R.L. Aldridge and K.J. LINTHICUM. 2013. Potential for mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) from Florida to transmit Rift Valley fever. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, February 24-28, 2013.
337.  Zayed, A.B, K.J. LINTHICUM, M. Soliman and S.C. Britch 2013. Environmental factors determining Rift Valley fever virus vectors in Egypt. Presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the American Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, NJ, February 24-28, 2013.
338.  Britch, S.C., K.J. LINTHICUM, and R.L. Aldridge. 2013. Assessing efficacy of aerosol pesticide applications. Presented at the 10th Arbovirus Surveillance & Mosquito Control Workshop, St. Augustine, FL, March 26-28, 2013.


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