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Exploring uncertainty in canine cancer data sources through dasymetric refinement - Gianluca Boo, Stefan Leyk, Sara I. Fabrikant, Ramona Graf and Andreas Pospischil
Type: Article | 2019

Exploring fine-scale human and livestock movement in western Kenya - Jessica R. Floyd, Nick W. Ruktanonchai, Nicola Wardrop, Andrew J. Tatem, Joseph Ogola and Eric M. Fèvre
Type: Article | 2019

Type: Article | 2019

Utilizing general human movement models to predict the spread of emerging infectious diseases in resource poor settings - M. U.G. Kraemer, N. Golding, D. Bisanzio, S. Bhatt, D. M. Pigott, S. E. Ray, O. J. Brady, J. S. Brownstein, N. R. Faria, D. A.T. Cummings, O. G. Pybus, D. L. Smith, A. J. Tatem, S. I. Hay and R. C. Reiner
Type: Article | 2019

Past and future spread of the arbovirus vectors Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus - Moritz U. G. Kraemer, Robert C. Reiner, Oliver J. Brady, Jane P. Messina, Marius Gilbert, David M. Pigott, Dingdong Yi, Kimberly Johnson, Lucas Earl, Laurie B. Marczak, Shreya Shirude, Nicole Davis Weaver, Donal Bisanzio, T. Alex Perkins, Shengjie Lai, Xin Lu, Peter Jones, Giovanini E. Coelho, Roberta G. Carvalho, Wim Van Bortel, Cedric Marsboom, Guy Hendrickx, Francis Schaffner, Chester G. Moore, Heinrich H. Nax, Linus Bengtsson, Erik Wetter, Andrew J. Tatem, John S. Brownstein, David L. Smith, Louis Lambrechts, Simon Cauchemez, Catherine Linard, Nuno R. Faria, Oliver G. Pybus, Thomas W. Scott, Qiyong Liu, Hongjie Yu, G. R. William Wint, Simon I. Hay and Nick Golding
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Review | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Changing epidemiology and challenges of malaria in China towards elimination - Shengjie Lai, Junling Sun, Nick Ruktanonchai, Sheng Zhou, Jianxing Yu, Isobel Routledge, Liping Wang, Yaming Zheng, Andrew J. Tatem and Zhongjie Li
Type: Article | 2019

Exploring the use of mobile phone data for national migration statistics - Shengjie Lai, Elisabeth DP Zu Erbach-schoenberg, Carla Pezzulo, Nick Ruktanonchai, Alessandro Sorichetta, Jessica Steele, Tracey Li, Claire Dooley and Andrew Tatem
Type: Article | 2019

Inter-annual variation in seasonal dengue epidemics driven by multiple interacting factors in Guangzhou, China - Rachel J. Oidtman, Shengjie Lai, Zhoujie Huang, Juan Yang, Amir S. Siraj, Robert C. Reiner, Andrew J. Tatem, T. Alex Perkins and Hongjie Yu
Type: Article | 2019

Assessing the spatial sensitivity of a random forest model: Application in gridded population modeling - Parmanand Sinha, Andrea E. Gaughan, Forrest R. Stevens, Jeremiah J. Nieves, Alessandro Sorichetta and Andrew J. Tatem
Type: Article | 2019

Global Input Data - Alessandro Sorichetta and WorldPop
Type: Dataset | 2019 | University of Southampton | Item not available on this server.

Using parasite genetic and human mobility data to infer local and cross-border malaria connectivity in Southern Africa - Sofonias Tessema, Amy Wesolowski, Anna Chen, Maxwell Murphy, Jordan Wilheim, Anna Rosa Mupiri, Nick W. Ruktanonchai, Victor A. Alegana, Andrew J. Tatem, Munyaradzi Tambo, Bradley Didier, Justin M. Cohen, Adam Bennett, Hugh Jw Sturrock, Roland Gosling, Michelle S. Hsiang, David L. Smith, Davis R. Mumbengegwi, Jennifer L. Smith and Bryan Greenhouse
Type: Article | 2019

Mapping vaccination coverage to explore the effects of delivery mechanisms and inform vaccination strategies - C. Edson Utazi, Julia Thorley, Victor A. Alegana, Matthew J. Ferrari, Saki Takahashi, C. Jessica E. Metcalf, Justin Lessler, Felicity T. Cutts and Andrew J. Tatem
Type: Article | 2019

Type: Review | 2019

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