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Risk of Malaria Reemergence in Southern France: Testing Scenarios with a Multiagent Simulation Model

Bibliographic reference Linard, Catherine ; Ponçon, Nicolas ; Fontenille, Didier ; Lambin, Eric. Risk of Malaria Reemergence in Southern France: Testing Scenarios with a Multiagent Simulation Model. In: EcoHealth : conservation medicine: human health: ecosystem sustainability, Vol. 6, no. 1, p. 135-47 (2009)
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