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- Gambhir, Manoj, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- ISPRS international journal of geo-information 2013 v.2 no.3 pp. 645-664
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Ixodes scapularis; Lyme disease; climate; climate change; disease vectors; dynamic models; meteorological data; phenology; population dynamics; population size; prediction; risk assessment; seasonal variation; simulation models; Eastern United States
- ... Poikilothermic disease vectors can respond to altered climates through spatial changes in both population size and phenology. Quantitative descriptors to characterize, analyze and visualize these dynamic responses are lacking, particularly across large spatial domains. In order to demonstrate the value of a spatially explicit, dynamic modeling approach, we assessed spatial changes in the populatio ...