Monthly Archives: October 2013

A model of malaria epidemiology involving weather, exposure and transmission applied to North East India

Malaria continues to be a killer disease for many regions across the world; people living in remote areas away from adequate medical facilities are especially vulnerable. Outbreaks of malaria depend on the abundance of mosquito density, exposure of the human host to bites and the rate of transmission.

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