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Transboundary animal diseases, such as foot and mouth disease (FMD) pose a significant and ongoing threat to global food security. Such diseases can producearge, spatially complex outbreaks. Mathematical models are often used to understand the spatio-temporal dynamics and create response plans for possible disease introductions. Model assumptions regarding transmission behavior of premises and movement patterns ofivestock directly impact our understanding of the ecological drivers of outbreaksdoi:10.3390/life12101604 fatcat:vcg7kjezcvafzf6uso6o77mkpu