One study attempted to identify the particular species in the Anopheles gambiae complex that was responsible for the large-scale South American malaria outbreaks in the early 20th century (19), and another evaluated the geographic
potential of a possible monkeypox host (Cricetomys spp.
Tsering Wangyal Shawa is a Geographic
Information Systems Librarian at Princeton University.
Disease mapping may be very valuable as a means of assessing geographic
differences in health, but several pitfalls need to be considered.
team at the biennial National Geographic
World Championship, held in July.
14 permits attribution of revenues, expenses and identifiable assets to geographic
segments based on several criteria, including the locations of accounting records, assets, customers and risks associated with assets and liabilities.
Under such an approach, the HIPC would be given a franchise to supervise the availability of health plans for a given geographic
The theoretical basis for defining banking markets over small geographic
areas is a consideration of transaction costs.
Edward Borgerding, CEO of Abu Dhabi Media Company and Imagenation, said, "This deal with National Geographic
continues our strategy of building relationships with the world's leading media companies.
II did genetic and geographic
distances show a correlation ([rho] = 0.
For example, the CDC suggested that health departments could target children ages 6 months to 2 years who reside in geographic
areas, such as zip codes or census tracts, where at least 27% of the housing stock was constructed before 1950.
information systems are considered one of the hottest technologies for the 21st century, Steve Standerfer said.
A longstanding and contentious problem in the antitrust analysis of proposed bank mergers has been the definition of the geographic
area and services that constitute a particular market for financial services.