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Predicting the distribution of tsetse flies in West Africa using temporal Fourier processed meteorological satellite data.

 

External Contact Person: 

Rogers, D.J.

Email: 

david.rogers [at] zoo.ox.ac.uk
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Rogers, D.J. et al. (1996): Predicting the Distribution of Tsetse Flies in West Africa Using Temporal Fourier Processed Meteorological Satellite Data. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, Vol. 90, No. 3, 225-241.

Remote Sensing and Climate Data as a Key for Understanding Fasciolosis Transmission in the Andes: Review and Update of an Ongoing Interdisciplinary Project

 

External Contact Person: 

Mario V. Fuentes

Email: 

mario.v.fuentes [at] uv.es
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Fuentes, M.V. (2006): Remote Sensing and Climate Data as a Key for Understanding Fasciolosis Transmission in the Andes: Review and Update of an Ongoing Interdisciplinary Project. Geospatial Health, Vol. 1, 59-70.

Upscale or downscale: applications of fine scale remotely sensed data to Chagas disease in Argentina and schistosomiasis in Kenya

 

External Contact Person: 

Kitron, U.

Email: 

ukitron [at] uiuc.edu
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Kitron, U. et al. (2006): Upscale or Downscale: Applications of Fine Scale Remotely Sensed Data to Chagas Disease in Argentina and Schistosomiasis in Kenya. Geospatial Health, Vol. 1, 49-58.

Geographical Information System (GIS) in Decision Support to Control Malaria - A Case Study of Koraput District in Orissa, India

Vector-borne diseases such as malaria cause tremendous public health burden globally. Malaria is endemic in >100 countries and ~40% of the world’s population is at malaria risk. Malaria is a local and focal disease. Besides ecological parameters which influence the disease there are some important local factors such as socioeconomic, socio-cultural and behaviour patterns of the community which play a major role in disease transmission.

External Contact Person: 

Annjaan Daash

Email: 

b_n_nagpal [at] hotmail.com
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Daash, A. et al. (2009): Geographical Information System (GIS) in Decision Support to Control Malaria - A Case Study of Koraput District in Orissa, India. Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, Vol. 46, 72-74.

Mapping of Risk Prone Areas of Kala-Azar (Visceral leishmaniasis) in Parts of Bihar State, India: an RS and GIS Approach

 

External Contact Person: 

S. Sudhakar

Email: 

sudhakar_s [at] nrsa.gov.in
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Sudhakar, S. et al. (2006): Mapping of Risk Prone Areas of Kala-Azar (Visceral leishmaniasis) in Parts of Bihar State, India: an RS and GIS Approach. Journal of Vector Borne Diseases, Vol. 43, 115-122.

Predicted Hantavirus Risk in 2006 for the Southwestern U.S.

 

External Contact Person: 

Gregory E. Glass

Email: 

gglass [at] jhsph.edu
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Glass, G.E. et al. (2006): Predicted Hantavirus Risk in 2006 for the Southwestern U.S. Occasional Papers, Museum of Texas Tech University, No. 255.

Mosquito Larval Habitat Mapping Using Remote Sensing and GIS: Implications of Coalbed Methane Development and West Nile Virus

 

External Contact Person: 

Zou, L.
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Zou, L. et al. (2006): Mosquito Larval Habitat Mapping Using Remote Sensing and GIS: Implications of Coalbed Methane Development and West Nile Virus. Journal of Medical Entomology, Vol. 45, No. 5, 1034-1041.

Satellite imaging and vector-borne diseases: the approach of the French National Space Agency (CNES)

 

External Contact Person: 

Marechal, F.
Antonio Güell

Email: 

antonio.guell [at] cnes.fr
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Marechal, F. et al. (2008): Satellite Imaging and Vector-borne Diseases: the Approach of the French National Space Agency (CNES). Geospatial Health, Vol. 3, No. 1, 1-5.

Climate and Infectious Disease: Use of Remote Sensing for Detection of Vibrio Cholerae by Indirect Measurement

 

External Contact Person: 

Brad Lobitz

Email: 

colwell [at] umbi.umd.edu
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Lobitz, B. et al. (2000): Climate and Infectious Disease: Use of Remote Sensing for Detection of Vibrio Cholerae by Indirect Measurement. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 97, No. 4, 1438-1443.

Landscape Determinants and Remote Sensing of Anopheline Mosquito Larval Habitats in the Western Kenya Highlands

 

External Contact Person: 

Emmanuel Mushinzimana
Stephen Munga

Email: 

Emushinzimana [at] kisian.mimcom.net
English

Bibliographic reference: 

Mushinzimana, E. et al. (2006): Landscape Determinants and Remote Sensing of Anopheline Mosquito Larval Habitats in the Western Kenya Highlands. Malaria Journal, Vol. 5, No. 13.

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