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Interacting effects of land-use and climate on rodent-borne disease in central Kenya

Bibliographic reference Young, Hillary S. ; McCauley, Douglas J. ; Dirzo,Rodolfo ; Nunn, Charles ; Lambin, Eric ; et. al. Interacting effects of land-use and climate on rodent-borne disease in central Kenya. In: Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. B, Vol. 372, no.0160116, p. 12 (2017)
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