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Barrett, Janine, Rodwell, Barry, Lunt, Ross, Rupprecht, Charles, Field, Hume, Smith, Greg and Young, Peter (2005). Australian Bat Lyssavirus: Observations of Natural and Experimental Infection in Bats. In: Wildlife Disease Association International Conference, Cairns, Queensland, Australia, (149-150). 26 June - 1 July, 2005. 466 852
Breed, A. C., Field, H. E., Epstein, J. H. and Daszak, P. (2006) Emerging henipaviruses and flying foxes - Conservation and management perspectives. Biological Conservation, 131 2: 211-220. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2006.04.007 73   15 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Mackenzie, J. S., Chua, K. B., Daniels, P., Eaton, B. T., Field, H., Hall, R. A., Halpin, K., Johansen, C., Kirkland, P. D., Lam, S.K., Mcminn, P. C., Nisbet, D. J., Paru, R., Pyke, A. T. and Ritchie, S. A. (2001). Emerging viral diseases of South-East Asia and the Western Pacific: A brief review. In: Emerging Infectious Diseases: Proceedings of the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2000. International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2000, Atlanta, USA, (497-504). July, 2000. 161   115
Field, H., Mackenzie, J. S. and Hall, L. (2001). Emerging zoonotic paramyxoviruses - the role of pteropid bats. In: Emergence and Control of Zoonotic Ortho- and Paramyxoviruses. Emergence and Control of Zoonotic Ortho- and Paramyxoviruses, Les Pensieres, France, (205-209). 13-15 Dec, 2000. 80   4
Jonsson, N. N., Johnston, S. D., Field, H., de Jong, C. and Smith, C. (2004) Field anaesthesia of three Australian species of flying fox. Veterinary Record, 154 21: 664-664. 96   15 Cited 15 times in Scopus15
Mackenzie, J. S. and Field, H. (2001). Hendra virus: A new zoonotic paramyxovirus from flying foxes (fruit bats) in Australia. In: Emergence and Control of Zoonotic Ortho- and Paramyxoviruses. Emergence and Control of Zoonotic Ortho- and Paramyxoviruses, Les Pensieres, France, (177-184). 13-15 Dec, 2000. 140   3
Smythe, L. D., Field, H., Barnett, L. J., Smith, C. S., Dohnt, M. F., Symonds, M. L., Moore, M. R. and Rolfe, P. F. (2002) Leptospiral antibodies in Flying Foxes in Australia. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 38 1: 182-186. 60   18 Cited 22 times in Scopus22
Mackenzie, J. S., Field, H. and Guyatt, K. J. (2002). Managing emerging diseases borne by fruit bats (flying foxes), with particular reference to Hendra, Nipah and Australian bat lysaaviruses, and as hosts to vector-borne diseases. In: Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society for Applied Microbiology. Annual Scientific Mtg of the Society for Applied Microbiology, Nottingham, UK, ((Abstract)). November, 2002. 175  
Mackenzie, J. S., Field, H. E. and Guyatt, K. J. (2003) Managing emerging diseases borne by fruit bats (flying foxes), with particular reference to henipaviruses and Australian bat lyssavirus. Journal of Applied Microbiology, 94 Supp. 1: 59S-69S. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2672.94.s1.7.x 121   15 Cited 41 times in Scopus41 0
Prowse, Stephen J., Perkins, Nigel and Field, Hume (2009) Strategies for enhancing Australia's capacity to respond to emerging infectious diseases. Veterinaria Italiana, 45 1: 67-78. 26 8 5
Mackenzie, J. S. and Field, H. (2001). The emergence of new zoonotic viruses from fruit bats (flying foxes) in Australasia and South-East Asia. In: 1st International Conference on Bacterial and Viral Virulence Factors. 1st Int Conf erence on Bacterial and Viral Virulence Factors, Smolenice, Slovakia, (171-172). September, 2000. 58  
Field, H., Young, P., Yob, J. M., Mills, J., Hall, L. and Mackenzie, J. (2001) The natural history of Hendra and Nipah viruses. Microbes And Infection, 3 4: 307-314. doi:10.1016/S1286-4579(01)01384-3 154   159 Cited 181 times in Scopus181 3