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Towards a resource-based habitat approach for spatial modelling of vector-borne disease risks

Bibliographic reference Hartemink, Nienke ; Vanwambeke, Sophie ; Purse, Bethan V. ; Gilbert, Marius ; Van Dyck, Hans. Towards a resource-based habitat approach for spatial modelling of vector-borne disease risks. In: Biological Reviews, , p. n/a-n/a (2014)
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