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Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing technologies in Parasitology, No 1, March 2005

 

Guest Editors’ Preface
G. CRINGOLI, J.B. MALONE, L. RINALDI
pages 3 - 4
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In memoriam of Byron L. Wood and Louisa R. Beck
S.J. CONNOR
pages 5 - 7
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Disease mapping and risk assessment in veterinary parasitology: some case studies
G. CRINGOLI, L. RINALDI, V. VENEZIANO, V. MUSELLA
pages 9 - 25
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Biology-based mapping of vector-borne parasites by Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing
J.B. MALONE
pages 27 - 50
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Advances in satellite Remote Sensing of pheno-climatic features for epidemiological applications
G. CRINGOLI, A. IPPOLITO, R. TADDEI
pages 51 - 62
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Sizing up human health through Remote Sensing: uses and misuses
V. HERBRETEAU, G. SALEM, M. SOURIS, J-P. HUGOT, J-P. GONZALEZ
pages 63 - 79
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Application of Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing technologies for assessing and monitoring malaria risk
P. CECCATO, S.J. CONNOR, I. JEANNE, M.C. THOMSON
pages 81 - 96
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Geographical Information Systems in parasitology: a review of potential applications using the example of animal trypanosomosis in West Africa
S. DE LA ROCQUE, J.F. MICHEL, J. BOUYER, G. DE WISPELAERE, D. CUISANCE
pages 97 - 104
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A study of the environmental determinants of malaria and schistosomiasis in the Philippines using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
L.R. LEONARDO, P.T. RIVERA, B.A. CRISOSTOMO, J.N. SAROL, N.C. BANTAYAN, W.U. TIU, N.R. BERGQUIST
pages 105 - 114
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Modeling the distribution of Schistosoma mansoni and host snails in Uganda using satellite sensor data and Geographical Information Systems
A. STENSGAARD, A. JØRGENSEN, N.B. KABATAREINE, J.B. MALONE, T.K. KRISTENSEN
pages 115 - 125
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A potential impact of climate change and water resource development on the transmission of Schistosoma japonicum in China
G.J. YANG, P. VOUNATSOU, X.N. ZHOU, M. TANNER, J. UTZINGER
pages 127 - 134
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Use of Geographic Information Systems in the development of prediction models for onchocerciasis control in Ethiopia
T. GEBRE-MICHAEL, J.B. MALONE, K. MCNALLY
pages 135 - 144
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Geographical pattern od onchocerciasis in southern Venezuela: relationships between environment and infection prevalence
C. BOTTO, E ESCALONA, S. VIVAS-MARTINEZ, V. BEHM, L. DELGADO, P. CORONEL
pages 145 - 150
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Geographical Information Systems risk assessment models for zoonotic fasciolosis in the South American Andes region
M.V. FUENTES, S. SAINZ-ELIPE, P. NIETO, J.B. MALONE, S. MAS-COMA
pages 151 - 156
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Statistical modelling of the spatial distribution of prevalence of Calicophoron daubneyi infection in sheep from central Italy
A. BIGGERI, D. CATELAN, L. RINALDI, E. DREASSI, C. LAGAZIO, G. CRINGOLI
pages 157 - 163
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Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems and risk of American Visceral Leishmaniasis in Bahia, Brazil
M.E. BAVIA, D.D. MADUREIRA TRABUCO CARNEIRO, H. DA COSTA GURGEL, C. MADUREIRA FILHO, M.G. RODRIGUES
BARBOSA
pages 165 - 169
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Geographical Information Systems and on-line GIServices for health data sharing and management
L. PAOLINO, M. SEBILLO, G. CRINGOLI
pages 171 - 175
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A classification model of grazing areas using Remote Sensing data
C. CASCONE, A. IPPOLITO, L. RINALDI, R. TADDEI
pages 177 - 182
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Eventi

21st annual Woods Hole Immunoparasitology Meeting, Woods Hole, USA, 2-5 April 2017

6th International Conference on Cryptosporidium and Giardia Research, Havana, Cuba, 26-28 April 2017

WorldLeish-6 Congress, Toledo, Spain, 16-20 May 2017

IECID 2017: Impact of Environmental Changes on Infectious Disease conference, Trieste, Italy, 17-19 May 2017

XIII Biomalpar Conference: Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite, EMBL Heidelberg, Germany,  29-31 May 2017

Toxo14: Toxoplasma gondii research community biennial meeting 2017, Tomar, Portugal, 31 May-4 June 2017

6th International Conference on Plasmodium vivax Research, Manaus, Brazil, 11–14 June 2017

3rd World Congress on Parasitology & Pathogenesis, 12-13 July 2017 Chicago, USA

XX Congreso Sociedad Española de Parasitología Congress, San Cristóbal de la Laguna (Tenerife), 19-21 July 2017

"Facing the Challenges of Global Health” An Advanced Residential Course on Poverty-Related and Neglected Tropical Diseases (PR&NTD), July 17-August 4, 2017

4th International Conference on Parasitology, 1-2 Sep 2017, Prague, Czech Republic

26th International Congress of the WAAVP, 4-8 Sept 2017, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Malaysia

International Conference on Parasitology and Infectious Diseases, September 21-22, 2017 San Antonio, Texas, USA

3rd International Congress on Parasites of Wildlife, 24-27 September 2017, Kruger National Park, South Africa

4th International Meeting on Apicomplexan Parasites in Farm Animals, Madrid, Spain 11-14 October 2017

XIV ICOPA, Daegu, South Korea, August 19-23, 2018