Spatial epidemiology of networked metapopulation : An overview

@inproceedings{Wang2014SpatialEO,
  title={Spatial epidemiology of networked metapopulation : An overview},
  author={Lin Wang},
  year={2014}
}
An emerging disease is one infectious epidemic caused by a newly transmissible pathogen, which has either appeared for the first time or already existed in human populations, having the capacity to increase rapidly in incidence as well as geographic range. Adapting to human immune system, emerging diseases may trigger large-scale pandemic spreading, such as the transnational spreading of SARS, the global outbreak of A(H1N1), and the recent potential invasion of avian influenza A(H7N9). To study… CONTINUE READING
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