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network epidemiology, Phytophthora ramorum, network theory, plant pathology, epidemic spread, clustering, smallworld, random, scalefree. Introduction: interconnected world, growing interest in network theory and disease spread in networks. Examples of recent work modelling disease (i) spread and (ii) control in networks of various kinds
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