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Under the weather : climate, ecosystems, and infectious disease / National Research Council Division on Earth and Life Studies Board on Atmospheric Sciences and Climate Committee on Climate, Ecosystems, Infectious Disease, and Human Health.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 115-126) and index.
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Climate and Infectious Diseases: The Past as Prologue -- Origins of Environmental Medicine -- The Early Merger of Meteorology and Medicine -- Meteorology Becomes an Independent Discipline -- Medical Environmentalism Without Meteorology -- Twentieth Century Teleconnections -- Linkages Between Climate, Ecosystems, and Infectious Disease -- Weather and Climate: Background Concepts -- Infectious Disease Dynamics: Background Concepts -- Weather/Climate Influences on Infectious Diseases: An Overview -- Other Factors that Affect Infectious Disease Dynamics -- Climate Influences on Specific Diseases -- Dengue -- Malaria -- St. Louis Encephalitis -- Rift Valley Fever -- Hantavirus -- Lyme -- Influenza -- Cryptosporidium -- Cholera and other Vibrios -- Analytical Approaches for Studying Climate/Disease Linkages -- Observational and Experimental Studies -- Mathematical Modeling -- Risk Assessment Frameworks -- Integrated Assessment -- Surveillance/Observational Data Needs -- Temporal and Spatial Scaling: an Ecological Perspective -- Biological Effects of Observed Climate Variability -- Confounding Influences on Ecological Forecasting -- Towards the Development of Disease Early Warning Systems -- Developing Effective Early Warning Systems -- Examples of the Use of Climate Forecasts.
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