Data from: Temperature and population density determine reservoir regions of spatial persistence in highland malaria

Amir S. Siraj, Menno J. Bouma, Mauricio Santos-Vega, Asnakew K. Yeshiwondim, Dale S. Rothman, Damtew Yadeta, Paul C. Sutton & Mercedes Pascual
A better understanding of malaria persistence in highly seasonal environments such as highlands and desert fringes requires identifying the factors behind the spatial reservoir of the pathogen in the low season. In these ‘unstable’ malaria regions, such reservoirs play a critical role by allowing persistence during the low transmission season and therefore, between seasonal outbreaks. In the highlands of East Africa, the most populated epidemic regions in Africa, temperature is expected to be intimately connected...
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