Projecting future transmission of malaria under climate change scenarios: challenges and research needs

WeiWei Vivian Yu, Kerrie L Mengersen, Patricia Ellen Dale, Xiaofang Ye, Yuming Guo, Lyle Turner, Xiao Yu Wang, Yan Bi, William John McBride, John S Mackenzie, Shilu Tong

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Abstract

There has been an intense debate about climatic impacts on the transmission of malaria. It is vitally important to accurately project future impacts of climate change on malaria to support effective policy-making and intervention activity concerning malaria control and prevention. This paper critically reviewed the published literature and examined both key findings and methodological issues in projecting future impacts of climate change on malaria transmission.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)777 - 811
Number of pages35
JournalCritical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology
Volume45
Issue number7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Yu, WeiWei Vivian ; Mengersen, Kerrie L ; Dale, Patricia Ellen ; Ye, Xiaofang ; Guo, Yuming ; Turner, Lyle ; Wang, Xiao Yu ; Bi, Yan ; McBride, William John ; Mackenzie, John S ; Tong, Shilu. / Projecting future transmission of malaria under climate change scenarios: challenges and research needs. In: Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. 2015 ; Vol. 45, No. 7. pp. 777 - 811.
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