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Example from Chetumal, Mexico, of quality of imagery accessed through Google Earth,

 

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Outline of data potentially included in a full-capacity Dengue Decision Support System,

 

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Phylogenetic tree of West Nile virus,

 

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Equine and human West Nile virus neuroinvasive disease cases, by year, United States,

 

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West Nile virus activity and human neuroinvasive disease incidence per million population, by county, United States, 1999-2006,

 

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Reported number of human West Nile virus disease cases, by week of symptom onset, 2006, United States,

 

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2-8

 

Human cases of West Nile virus and St. Louis encephalitis neuroinvasive disease, by year, 1932-2006, United States,

 

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Phylogenetic analysis of West Nile virus E gene sequences, by (A) year and (B) location, United States,

 

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2-10

 

By monitoring the species density on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, the malaria control program was able to detect a reduced impact of IRS with pyrethroid on An. gambiae compared to An. funestus,

 

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Resistance in Africa, 1950-2006,

 

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Insecticide resistance monitoring methods,

 

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Monitoring of insecticide resistance in Mozambique has resulted in several policy changes on the insecticide of choice for the country’s IRS program,

 

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Insecticide rotation,

 

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Malaria Decision Support System,

 

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2-16

 

Distribution of Culicoides episystems and bluetongue virus topotypes,

 

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2-17

 

Bluetongue virus and Culicoides vector cycle,

 

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Progression of bluetongue viruses emergence in Europe,

 

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Overview of Red Rocks Canyon, Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site, southeastern Colorado,

 

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Close-up view of rocky area in Red Rocks Canyon, Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site, southeastern Colorado,

 

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Quarterly precipitation as recorded at three weather stations in or near the Pinon Canyon Maneuver Site, southeastern Colorado, 1995-2000,

 

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Deviations from the 50-year mean (1951-2000) for quarterly (A) mean maximum and (B) mean minimum temperatures and quarterly precipitation at Rocky Ford, Colorado, weather station,

 

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(A) Quarterly trap success for deer mice and total quarterly precipitation; (B) percent of adults in reproductive condition and percent of captures consisting of juveniles, at two mark-recapture sites in southeastern Colorado, 1995-2000,

 

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