Can timely vector control interventions triggered by atypical environmental conditions prevent malaria epidemics? A case-study from wajir county, kenya.
Harries, Anthony D
Van den Bergh, Rafael
Snow, Robert W
Hinderaker, Sven Gudmund
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AbstractAtypical environmental conditions with drought followed by heavy rainfall and flooding in arid areas in sub-Saharan Africa can lead to explosive epidemics of malaria, which might be prevented through timely vector-control interventions.
PublisherPublic Library of Science
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