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tick-exposure risk map

tick-exposure risk map

A new study finds tick-exposure risk can be mapped at a high level of precision using geographic information systems, which could allow tick-management measures to be more accurately targeted and more cost-effective for public-health efforts. Researchers tested the map’s predicted density of nymphs (DON) in west-central Vermont. (Image originally published in Baldwin et al 2021, Journal of Medical Entomology)

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