Subject: Computational Biology | Research Article | Biology | Infectious diseases | Infectious Disease Epidemiology | Zoonoses | Medicine | Infectious Disease Modeling | Barmah Forest virus | Q | Population Modeling | Epidemiology | R | Ecology | Population Biology | Science | Public Health
BACKGROUND: Mosquito-borne diseases are climate sensitive and there has been increasing concern over the impact of climate change on future disease risk. This paper projected the potential future risk of Barmah Forest virus (BFV) disease under climate change scenarios i... View more
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