[Population growth and global warming: impacts on tsetse and trypanosomoses in West Africa].

@article{Courtin2009PopulationGA,
  title={[Population growth and global warming: impacts on tsetse and trypanosomoses in West Africa].},
  author={Fabrice Courtin and Issa Sidib{\'e} and J{\'e}r{\'e}mi Rouamba and Vincent Jamonneau and A S Gouro and Philippe Solano},
  journal={Parasite},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={3-10}
}
Demographic evolution, climatic change and economical development that happened in West Africa during the XXth century had a lot of consequences on human settlement and landscape. These changes have in turn an impact on the pathogenic system of human and animal trypanosomoses. Since last century, the northern tsetse distribution limit has shifted towards the south, probably due to a decrease in rainfall combined to the impact of human pressure. Sleeping sickness (SS) foci have also shifted from… CONTINUE READING

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