Climate change and epidemiology of human parasitoses in Saudi Arabia: A review

@article{Lotfy2016ClimateCA,
  title={Climate change and epidemiology of human parasitoses in Saudi Arabia: A review},
  author={W. Lotfy and S. M. Alsaqabi},
  journal={Journal of coastal life medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={4},
  pages={580-588}
}
Climate change is one of the most serious and rapidly emerging global issues. Such change and its sequels are strongly affected by human activities and not by natural fluctuations[1]. Human activities that depend on fossil fuels as a source of energy result in the production of greenhouse gases like CO2. Such gases cause temperature-increment in the troposphere. Recent global warming is unusual in the view of the time scale accompanied with natural climate oscillations. Many reports showed the… Expand
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