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Influence of host diversity on development of epidemics: an evaluation and elaboration of mixture theory
P Skelsey, WAH Rossing, GJT Kessel, J Powell, W Van der Werf
Phytopathology 95 (4), 328-338, 2005
Invasion of Phytophthora infestans at the Landscape Level: How Do Spatial Scale and Weather Modulate the Consequences of Spatial Heterogeneity in Host …
P Skelsey, WAH Rossing, GJT Kessel, W van der Werf
Phytopathology 100 (11), 1146-1161, 2010
Leptosphaeria spp., phoma stem canker and potential spread of L. maculans on oilseed rape crops in China
X Zhang, RP White, E Demir, M Jedryczka, RM Lange, M Islam, ZQ Li, ...
Plant Pathology, 2013
Regional spore dispersal as a factor in disease risk warnings for potato late blight: a proof of concept
P Skelsey, GJT Kessel, AAM Holtslag, AF Moene, W Van Der Werf
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 149 (3-4), 419-430, 2009
Parameterization and evaluation of a spatiotemporal model of the potato late blight pathosystem
P Skelsey, GJT Kessel, WAH Rossing, W Van Der Werf
Phytopathology 99 (3), 290-300, 2009
Development and validation of a quasi-Gaussian plume model for the transport of botanical spores
P Skelsey, AAM Holtslag, W van der Werf
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 148 (8-9), 1383-1394, 2008
Scenario Approach for Assessing the Utility of Dispersal Information in Decision Support for Aerially Spread Plant Pathogens, Applied to Phytophthora infestans
P Skelsey, WAH Rossing, GJT Kessel, W Van der Werf
Phytopathology 99 (7), 887-895, 2009
Why dispersal should be maximized at intermediate scales of heterogeneity
P Skelsey, KG K With
Theoretical Ecology 6 (2), 203-211, 2013
Future environmental and geographic risks of Fusarium head blight of wheat in Scotland
P Skelsey, AC Newton
European Journal of Plant Pathology 142 (1), 133-147, 2015
Crop connectivity under climate change: future environmental and geographic risks of potato late blight in Scotland
P Skelsey, DEL Cooke, JS Lynott, AK Lees
Global change biology 22 (11), 3724-3738, 2016
Threat of establishment of non-indigenous potato blackleg and tuber soft rot pathogens in Great Britain under climate change
P Skelsey, SN Humphris, EJ Campbell, IK Toth
PLoS One 13 (10), e0205711, 2018
Multi-scale modeling of potato late blight epidemics
P Skelsey
PQDT-Global, 2008
Potential impacts of climate change on the threat of potato cyst nematode species in Great Britain
P Skelsey, H Kettle, K MacKenzie, V Blok
Plant Pathology 67 (4), 909-919, 2018
Spatial analysis of blackleg‐affected seed potato crops in Scotland
P Skelsey, JG Elphinstone, GS Saddler, SJ Wale, IK Toth
Plant Pathology 65 (4), 570-576, 2016
Pest and disease management: why we shouldn't go against the grain
P Skelsey, KA With, KA Garrett
PloS one 8 (9), e75892, 2013
Forecasting the spread of aerially transmitted crop diseases with a binary classifier for inoculum survival
P Skelsey, SR Dancey, K Preedy, AK Lees, DEL Cooke
Plant Pathology 67 (4), 920-928, 2018
Multi‐scale modelling of infection pressure from Phytophthora infestans*
P Skelsey, W Van Der Werf, GJT Kessel, WAH Rossing, AAM Holtslag
EPPO Bulletin 37 (2), 313-316, 2007
Forecasting risk of crop disease with anomaly detection algorithms
P Skelsey
Phytopathology® 111 (2), 321-332, 2021
The Hutton Criteria: a classification tool for identifying high risk periods for potato late blight disease development in Great Britain
SR Dancey, P Skelsey, DEL Cooke
EuroBlight Workshop, 53, 2017
Scale-dependent assessment of relative disease resistance to plant pathogens
P Skelsey, AC Newton
Agronomy 4 (2), 178-190, 2014
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