!!Andrew David Cliff- Selected publications

*2008A 'The geographical spread of avian influenza A (H5N1): panzootic transmission (December 2003–May 2006), pandemic potential and implications'. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 98, pp. 553-82.
*2008B 'The changing shape of island epidemics: historical trends in Icelandic infectious disease waves, 1902–1988 (with P. Haggett and M.R. Smallman-Raynor). Journal of Historical Geography, doi:10.1016/j.jhg.2008.11.001.
*M.R. Smallman-Raynor, A.D. Cliff, B. Trevelyan, C. Nettleton and S. Sneddon. (2006). 'Poliomyelitis. A World Geography: Emergence to Eradication.' Oxford: Oxford University Press, 734pp.
*Cliff, A.D. with M.R. Smallman-Raynor (2004) 'War Epidemics: A Geography of Infectious Diseases in Military Conflict and Civil Strife, 1850-2000'. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 800pp.
*Cliff, A.D. with P. Haggett and M.R. Smallman-Raynor (2004) 'World Atlas of Epidemic Diseases', London: Arnold, 212pp
*D. Low-Beer and Smallman-Raynor, M.R. and Cliff, A.D. (2003) 'Mortality during the South African War: the crossing of military and refugee disease histories' Social History of Medicine. In press.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R and Cliff, A.D. (2003) 'The geographical spread of cholera in the Crimean War: epidemic transmission in the camp systems of the British Army of the East, 1854-5' (with M.R. Smallman-Raynor) Journal of Historical Geography. In press.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R and Cliff, A.D. (2003) 'Wartime evacuation and the spread of infectious diseases: epidemiological consequences of the dispersal of children from London during World War II' (with M.R. Smallman-Raynor and C. Nettleton). Journal of Historical Geography. In press.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R., Johnson, N.P.A.S. and Cliff, A.D. (2002) 'The spatial anatomy of an epidemic: influenza in London and the county boroughs of England and Wales, 1918-19' Transactions & Papers, Institute of British Geographers, NS27, pp. 452-70.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R and Cliff, A.D. (2002) 'The geographical transmission of smallpox in the Franco-Prussian War: Prisoner of War (POW) camps and their impact upon epidemic diffusion processes in the civil settlement system of Prussia, 1870-71' (with M.R. Smallman-Raynor). Medical History, 46, pp.241-64.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R and Cliff, A.D. (2002) 'Epidemiological spaces: the use of multidimensional scaling to identify cholera diffusion processes in the wake of the Philippines Insurrection, 1899-1902' (with M.R. Smallman-Raynor). Transactions & Papers, Institute of British Geographers, NS26, pp. 288-305.
*Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Smallman-Raynor, M.R.. (2000) Island Epidemics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 563pp.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R and Cliff, A.D. (1999) 'The spatial dynamics of epidemics in war and peace: Cuba and the insurrection against Spain, 1895-98.' Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 24: 331-52.
*Smallman-Raynor, M.R., Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P., Stroup, D.F.and Williamson, G.D. (1999) 'The US National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance System (NNDSS): spatial and temporal patterns in final amendments to provisional disease counts: the examples of hepatitis A and B, 1980-92.' Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 5: 68-83.
*Cliff, A.D. and Haggett, P. (1998) 'On complex geographical space: computing frameworks for spatial diffusion processes.' in: P.A. Longley, S.M. Brooks, R. McDonnell and B. Macmillan (eds) Geocomputation: a primer. Chichester: Wiley, 231-256.
*Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Smallman-Raynor (1998) Deciphering global epidemics: analytical approaches to the disease records of world cities, 1888-1912. Cambridge: Cambridge Univesity Press, 471pp.
*Cliff, A.D., Haggett, P. and Smallman-Raynor, M. (1998) 'Detecting space-time patterns in geocoded disease data: cholera in London, 1854 and measles in the United States, 1962-65.' in L. Gierl et al. (eds) GEOMED '97: proceedings of the international workshop on geomedical systems. Stuttgart; Leipzig: Teubner Verlag, 13-42.
*Cliff, A.D. and Smallman-Raynor, M. (1998) 'The Philippines insurrection and the 1904-04 cholera epidemic: part 1 - epidemiological diffusion processes in war.' Journal of Historical Geography 24: 69-89.
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