Predicting spatial distribution of pathogens transmitted by ticks in Northern Europe

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Ana Carolina Cuellar - Speaker

The aim is to predict the spatial variation of tick borne pathogens in northern Europe using prevalence data from 13 sites in five different countries (England, France, Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden) and environmental variables obtained from remote sensing imagery as predictors. For two species out of seven, the model was significant. Remote sensing imagery is a powerful tool to model the prevalence of tick borne pathogens in northern Europe
2 Feb 2016

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TitleNordTick 2016
Date02/02/201604/02/2016
LocationÖrenäs Slott
CityÖrenäs
CountrySweden

    Keywords

  • tick borne pathogens, spatial modelling
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