Exploring the Association between Remotely Sensed Environmental Parameters and Surveillance Disease Data: An Application to the Spatiotemporal Modelling of Schistosomiasis in Ghana

Wrable, Madeline.

2017

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  • Abstract: Schistosomiasis control in sub-Saharan Africa is enacted primarily through mass drug administration, where predictive modeling plays an important role in filling knowledge gaps in the distribution of disease burden. Remote sensing (RS) satellite imagery is used to predictively model infectious disease transmission in schistosomiasis, since transmission requires environmental conditions t... read more
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