Different responses of Ross River virus to climate variability between coastline and inland cities in Queensland, Australia.

@article{Tong2002DifferentRO,
  title={Different responses of Ross River virus to climate variability between coastline and inland cities in Queensland, Australia.},
  author={Shilu L Tong and Wenchuan Hu},
  journal={Occupational and environmental medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={59 11},
  pages={739-44}
}
AIMS To examine the potential impact of climate variability on the transmission of Ross River virus (RRv) infection, and to assess the difference in the potential predictors of RRv incidence in coastline and inland regions, Queensland, Australia. METHODS Information on the RRv cases notified between 1985 to 1996 was obtained from the Queensland Department of Health. Climate and population data were supplied by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and the Australia Bureau of Statistics… CONTINUE READING

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