Disease interactions between wild and cultured salmonids

Dr. Christine Moffitt, University of Idaho

Peer-reviewed publications

Williams CJ, Moffitt CM 2001. A critique of methods of sampling and reporting of pathogens in populations of fish. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 13(4): 300-309.


Intelmann, S.S. and C.M. Moffitt. 1999. Using GIS to visualize epidemiological interactions among hatchery and free ranging salmonids: A preliminary analysis of Myxobolus cerebralis in Utah. Poster paper presented at AFS/Fish Health Section Annual Meeting and Western Fish Disease Workshop, Twin Falls, Idaho, June 9-11, 1999.

Intelmann, S.S. and C.M. Moffitt. 2000. Exploring the potential use of environmental trend data and GIS to describe and identify factors affecting the distribution of Myxobolus cerebralis at large spatial scales in the Intermountain west. Poster paper presented at the Annual Whirling Disease Symposium, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho, February 3-4, 2000.

C. M. Moffitt, and S. S. Intelmann. 2000. Spatial distribution of pathogens in free ranging populations of salmonids and their potential relationships with anthropogenic influences in the intermountain west. GIS symposium 130th annual meeting of American Fisheries Society, St. Louis MO, 23 August 2000.