Field assessments in western Kenya link malaria vectors to environmentally disturbed habitats during the dry season

@article{Carlson2004FieldAI,
  title={Field assessments in western Kenya link malaria vectors to environmentally disturbed habitats during the dry season},
  author={John C. Carlson and Brian D. Byrd and Francois X Omlin},
  journal={BMC Public Health},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={33 - 33}
}
BACKGROUND Numerous malaria epidemics have occurred in western Kenya, with increasing frequency over the past 20 years. A variety of hypotheses on the etiology of these epidemics have been put forth, with different implications for surveillance and control. We investigated the ecological and socioeconomic factors promoting highland malaria vectors in the dry season after the 2002 epidemic. METHODS Investigations were conducted in Kisii District during the dry season. Aquatic habitats in were… CONTINUE READING
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