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Génération d'environnements artificiels pour la simulation spatiale d'arboviroses en milieu urbain : application à la dengue et au virus Zika

Abstract : Aedes aegypti is the main vector of dengue and Zika virus. Along with vaccine research, vector control is a major lever for fighting these diseases. Studying dynamical and non-linear relationships between the environment and vectors provides guidance for monitoring and control strategies. MODE's (Model of Dynamical Environement) objective is to identify environmental dynamics that contribute to the spatiotemporal distribution of Aedes aegypti in urban areas. This paper presents (1) the resource-based habitat concept and its application to Aedes aegypti, (2) the generic methods for estimating the environmental factor of this habitat and (3) the factors dynamics. These concepts and methods are illustrated in (4) with an application on Bangkok, Thailand. We conclude with a discussion on the contribution of environmental dynamics modelling for the study of arboviruses. MOTS-CLES : maladies à transmission vectorielle, resource-based habitat concept, biogéographie, simulation spatiale, SIG, télédétection, simulation à base d'agents
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Renaud Misslin, Éric Daudé. Génération d'environnements artificiels pour la simulation spatiale d'arboviroses en milieu urbain : application à la dengue et au virus Zika. Colloque SAGéo, Dec 2016, Nice, France. pp.389-402. ⟨halshs-02194160⟩

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