Quantification of Rotavirus Diarrheal Risk Due to Hydroclimatic Extremes Over South Asia: Prospects of Satellite‐Based Observations in Detecting Outbreaks

@inproceedings{Hasan2017QuantificationOR,
  title={Quantification of Rotavirus Diarrheal Risk Due to Hydroclimatic Extremes Over South Asia: Prospects of Satellite‐Based Observations in Detecting Outbreaks},
  author={Mohammad Alfi Hasan and Colleen B. Mouw and Antarpreet S. Jutla and Ali S. Akanda},
  year={2017}
}
33 Rotavirus is the most common cause of diarrheal disease among children under five. Especially in 34 South Asia, rotavirus remains the leading cause of mortality in children due to diarrhea. As climatic 35 extremes and safe water availability significantly influence diarrheal disease impacts in human 36 populations, hydroclimatic information can be a potential tool for disease preparedness. In this 37 study, we conducted a multivariate temporal and spatial assessment of thirty-four (34… CONTINUE READING

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