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Consequences of landscape fragmentation on Lyme disease risk : A cellular automata approach

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Bibliographic reference Li, Sen ; Hartemink, Nienke ; Speybroeck, Niko ; Vanwambeke, Sophie. Consequences of landscape fragmentation on Lyme disease risk. In: PLoS One, Vol. 7, no. 6, p. e39612 (2012)
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