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From predicting mosquito habitat to malaria seasons using remotely sensed data: practice, problems and perspectives.

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Remote sensing techniques are becoming increasingly important for identifying mosquito habitats, investigating malaria epidemiology and assisting malaria control. Here, Simon Hay, Bob Snow and David Rogers review the development of these techniques, from aerial photographic identification of mosquito larval habitats on the local scale through to the space-based survey of malaria risk over continental areas using increasingly sophisticated airborne and satellite-sensor technology. They indicat...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Clinical Medicine, Tropical Medicine
Role:
Author
Journal:
Parasitology today (Personal ed.)
Volume:
14
Issue:
8
Pages:
306-313
Publication date:
1998-08-05
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ISSN:
0169-4758
URN:
uuid:efe8262e-9822-4115-96a1-7afeeeeecf70
Source identifiers:
33633
Local pid:
pubs:33633
Language:
English

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