Travel Patterns in China

@inproceedings{Garske2011TravelPI,
  title={Travel Patterns in China},
  author={Tini Garske and Hongjie Yu and Zhibin Peng and Min Hua Ye and Hang Zhou and Xiaowen Cheng and Jiabing Wu and Nyssa Ferguson},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2011}
}
The spread of infectious disease epidemics is mediated by human travel. Yet human mobility patterns vary substantially between countries and regions. Quantifying the frequency of travel and length of journeys in well-defined population is therefore critical for predicting the likely speed and pattern of spread of emerging infectious diseases, such as a new influenza pandemic. Here we present the results of a large population survey undertaken in 2007 in two areas of China: Shenzhen city in… CONTINUE READING
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