Malaria as a Reemerging Disease

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Emerging Infectious Diseases—CDC

Pesticides and Public Health: Integrated Methods of Mosquito Management, R.I. Rose
Volume 7(1) January-February 2001

Remote Sensing and Human Health: New Sensors and New Opportunities, L.R. Beck
Volume 6(3) May-June 2000 

Malaria on the Move: Human Population Movement and Malaria Transmission, P. Martens 
Vol. 6(2) March-April 2000

From Shakespeare to DeFoe: Malaria in England in the Little Ice Age, P. Reiter 
Volume 6(1) January-February 2000

Malaria Reemergence in the Peruvian Amazon Region, J. Aramburú Guarda, C. Ramal Asayag, and R. Witzig
Volume 5(2) March-April 1999

Insecticide Resistance and Vector Control, W.G. Brogdon and J.C. McAllister 
Volume 4(4) October-December 1998

Malaria: A Reemerging Disease in Africa, T. Nchinda Volume 4(3) July-September 1998

Environmental Health Perspectives—NIEHS

Coupling between Annual and ENSO Timescales in the Malaria-Climate Association in Colombia. 109:489-493 (2001).

El Niño and the Dynamics of Vectorborne Disease Transmission
Simon Hales, Phil Weinstein, Yvan Souares, and Alistair Woodward (107:99-102)

Potential Impact of Global Climate Change on Malaria Risk
Willem J.M. Martens, Louis W. Niessen, Jan Rotmans, Theo H. Jetten, and Anthony J. McMichael (103:458-464)

World Health Organization Bulletin

Combination therapy for malaria in Africa: hype or hope? by Peter B. Bloland, Mary Ettling, & Sylvia Meek: vol.78, no.12, 1378-1388. [PDF]

Comparison of house spraying and insecticide-treated nets for malaria control by Christopher F. Curtis & Abraham E.P. Mnzava: vol.78, no.12, 1389-1400. [PDF]

Spatial targeting of interventions against malaria by Richard Carter, Kamini N. Mendis, & Donald Roberts: vol.78, no.12, 1401-1411. [PDF]

Molecular entomology and prospects for malaria control by Frank H. Collins, Luna Kamau, Hilary A. Ranson, & John M. Vulule: vol.78, no.12, 1412-1423. [PDF]

Using a geographical information system to plan a malaria control programme in South Africa by Marlize Booman, Dave N. Durrheim, Kobus La Grange, Carrin Martin, Aaron M. Mabuza, Alpheus Zitha, Frans M. Mbokazi, Colleen Fraser, & Brian L. Sharp: vol.78, no.12, 1438-1444. [PDF]

Climate change and vector-borne diseases: a regional analysis by Andrew K. Githeko, Steve W. Lindsay, Ulisses E. Confalonieri, & Jonathan A. Patz: vol.78, no.9, 1136-1147.  [PDF]

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