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Regional warming and malaria resurgence

Simon I. Hay (), Jonathan Cox, David J. Rogers, Sarah E. Randolph, David Stern (), G. Dennis Shanks, Monica F. Myers and Robert W. Snow
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Simon I. Hay: TALA Research Group, University of Oxford
Jonathan Cox: London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
David J. Rogers: TALA Research Group, University of Oxford
Sarah E. Randolph: Oxford Tick Research Group, University of Oxford
G. Dennis Shanks: US Army Medical Research Unit
Monica F. Myers: Decision Systems Technologies
Robert W. Snow: Kenya Medical Research Institute/Wellcome Trust Collaborative Programme

Nature, 2002, vol. 420, issue 6916, 628-628

Abstract: Abstract In our study1 we did not address the impact of predicted climate change on malaria incidence because a complete global assessment is reported elsewhere2. Regarding the climate surfaces we used, the data set has superior spatial resolution compared with other data sets of similar temporal extent3,4, and has been used to quantify climate change across Africa at 0.5 × 0.5° spatial resolution5 (although the resulting maps are smoothed to emphasize regional changes). It is inconsistent to assert that these same data are insufficient to demonstrate a lack of climate change.

Date: 2002
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