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Potential impact of global climate change on malaria risk.
The biological activity and geographic distribution of the malarial parasite and its vector are sensitive to climatic influences, especially temperature and precipitation. We have incorporatedExpand
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Dengue fever epidemic potential as projected by general circulation models of global climate change.
Climate factors influence the transmission of dengue fever, the world's most widespread vector-borne virus. We examined the potential added risk posed by global climate change on dengue transmissionExpand
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Global assessment of the potential impacts of anthropogenically-induced climate change on vector-borne diseases suggests an increase in extent of the geographical areas susceptible to transmission ofExpand
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Climate change and vector-borne diseases. A global modelling perspective.
Abstract GCM-based scenarios of anthropogenic global climate change are used for the assessment of potential changes in areas vulnerable to malaria and schistosomiasis transmission. The study showsExpand
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Potential changes in the distribution of dengue transmission under climate warming.
  • T. H. Jetten, D. Focks
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The American journal of tropical medicine and…
  • 1 September 1997
The purpose of the present paper is to document an initial attempt to quantify the influence of warming temperatures on the intensity and distribution of dengue transmission throughout the worldExpand
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Distribution and Dynamics of Larval Populations of Anopheles messeae and A. atroparvus in the Delta of the Rivers Rhine and Meuse, The Netherlands
Abstract The distribution and ecology of mosquitoes of the Anopheles maculipennis complex were studied in the delta of the rivers Rhine and Meuse in the southwest of The Netherlands. The study areaExpand
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Diurnal temperature fluctuations in a natural shallow water body
Abstract For many biological processes, the diurnal and annual behavior of the temperature of the water layer close to the water surface is very important. A simple one-dimensional model has beenExpand
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Model Simulations To Estimate Malaria Risk Under Climate Change
The current geographic range of malaria is much smaller than its potential range. In many regions there exists a phenomena characterized as“Anophelism without malaria.“ The vectors are present butExpand
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Physical description of transport processes inside an open top chamber in relation to field conditions.
The impact of ozone, nitrogen oxides and other air pollutants on plants in natural vegetations cannot be described by simple exposure-yield response relationships. Outdoor experiments in which plantsExpand
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