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Visualizing the uncertainty in the relationship between seasonal average climate and malaria risk

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Around $1.6 billion per year is spent financing anti-malaria initiatives, and though malaria morbidity is falling, the impact of annual epidemics remains significant. Whilst malaria risk may increase with climate change, projections are highly uncertain and to sidestep this intractable uncertainty, adaptation efforts should improve societal ability to anticipate and mitigate individual events. Anticipation of climate-related events is made possible by seasonal climate forecasting, from which ...

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10.1038/srep07264

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MPLS Division
Department:
Physics
Sub department:
Atmospheric Oceanic and Planetary Physics
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Publisher:
Springer Nature
Journal:
Scientific Reports More from this journal
Volume:
4
Article number:
7264
Publication date:
2014-12-02
Acceptance date:
2014-11-11
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2045-2322
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English
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uuid:d38b77fc-6373-4df1-ba1c-1eede497398a
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pubs:503624
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503624
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2015-02-24

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