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Mapping Malaria Risk in Dakar, Senegal

Abstract : Independent entomological variables and human socio-economic characteristics can influence the risk of malaria infection in urban areas, yet the imbalanced spatial distribution of infection remains in question. There is often a lack of simultaneous consideration of the factors responsible for the transmission of parasites. This work examines interactions between the entomological profile of urban places and their socio-economical characterization through the implementation of a geographic information system (GIS) database.
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Sébastien Oliveau, Marion Borderon, Alphousseyni Ndonky, Richard Lalou. Mapping Malaria Risk in Dakar, Senegal. GI_Forum 2014. Geospatial Innovation for Society, Wichmann-Verlag, pp.192-196, 2014, 978-3-87907-545-4. ⟨10.1553/giscience2014s192⟩. ⟨halshs-01131900⟩

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