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Importance of perturbation in the RBCT badger culling trial.

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Randomised Badger Culling Trial: How big was the perturbation effect?

References

  1. The effects of annual widespread badger culls on cattle tuberculosis following the cessation of culling - Supplementary Information. HE Jenkins et al. International Journal of Infectious Diseases Volume 12, Issue 5, Pages 457-465. September 2008.
  2. The Duration of the Effects of Repeated Widespread Badger Culling on Cattle Tuberculosis Following the Cessation of Culling. HE Jenkins et al. Plos One. Published: February 10, 2010.
  3. Final Report of the Independent Scientific Group on Cattle TB
  4. Results from the Randomised Badger Culling Trial based on data downloaded in July 2013. Report to Defra.
  5. Accruing RBCT benefits to July 2013
  6. The effects of annual widespread badger culls on cattle tuberculosis following the cessation of culling. HE Jenkins et al. Received 20 March 2008. Received in revised form 3 April 2008. Accepted 9 April 2008.
  7. Table of values plotted in RBCT 2007 Final Report. Email from Prof Christl Donnelly. Sent Tue 30/06/2015.
  8. The Effect of Badger Culling on Breakdown Prolongation and Recurrence of Bovine Tuberculosis in Cattle Herds in Great Britain. K Karolemeas et al. DEFRA and Hefce funded. plos.org. Received 31 May 2012. Accepted 1 November 2012. Published 7 December 2012.
  9. Positive and negative effects of widespread badger culling on tuberculosis in cattle. Nature, 439, 843-846. Donnelly CA, Woodroffe R, Cox DR, Bourne FJ, Cheeseman CL et al. (2006). Supplementary Information
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