Development of spatial statistical methods for modelling point-referenced spatial data in malaria epidemiology

@inproceedings{Gemperli2003DevelopmentOS,
  title={Development of spatial statistical methods for modelling point-referenced spatial data in malaria epidemiology},
  author={Armin Gemperli},
  year={2003}
}
Plasmodium falciparum malaria is the world’s most important parasitic disease and a major cause of morbidity and mortality in Africa. However figures for the burden of malaria morbidity and mortality are very uncertain, since reliable maps of the distribution of malaria transmission and the numbers of affected individuals are not available for most of the African continent. Accurate statistics on the geographical distribution of different endemicities of malaria, on the populations at risk, and on… CONTINUE READING

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