The following are published articles that support the SES plan:

Sasidhar Malladi, J. Todd Weaver, Timothy L. Clouse, Kathe E. Bjork and Darrell W. Trampel (2011), “Moving-Average Trigger for Early Detection of Rapidly Increasing Mortality in Caged Table-Egg Layers,” Avian Diseases, 55(4):603-610. 2011.

Spickler, A. R., D. W. Trampel, and J. A. Roth (2008), “The onset of virus shedding and clinical signs in chickens infected with high pathogenicity and low pathogenicity avian influenza viruses,” Avian Pathology 37:555-577.

Trampel, D. W., J. T. Zack, T. Clouse, D. Bickett-Weddle, G. B. Brown, V. Rao, H. S. Hurd, G. I. Garris, and J. A. Roth (2009), “A federal and state transport plan for movement of eggs and egg products from commercial egg production premises in a high-pathogenicity avian influenza control area,” Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 235:1412-1419.

Additional references can be found within the specific documents that support the plan.