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figure, tablereferencevariablelocationareapositionperiod (YYY1M1-YYY2M2)mosquito speciesnote
Anderson and May 1991 (fig. 14.3) proportion of subjects remaining malaria infectiousPuerto Rico----study of Earle et al. (1939)
Anderson and May 1991 (tab. 14.2) latent period and duration of infectiousness------
Beier et al. 1999 (fig. 1) PR, EIRa------
Beier et al. 1999 (fig. 2) PR, EIRa categories------
Bild Der Wissenschaft 2006 (fig. 2a) malaria parasite cycle------
Bild Der Wissenschaft 2006 (fig. 2b) malaria parasite cycle------
Billingsley et al. 2005 (fig. 4) RR & MOSQ-----sketch
Bockarie et al. 1994 (tab. 3) CSPRaSierra Leone4 villages in Bo districtsee Bockarie et al (1993a); - , -, - , -199001-199104Anopheles gambiae sensu stricto, Anopheles funestus??mean of high/low altitude villages
Boudin et al. 1991a (tab. 1) gametocyte prevalences and densities according to age classesBurkina FasoBobo-Dioulasso11°12'N, 4°18'W1985 to 1987-savanna area
Cox et al. 2007 (fig. 1) estimates of populations of risk from malaria epidemicsAfrica-----
Cox et al. 2007 (tab. 1) statistics regarding malaria epidemicsAfrica-----
Cox et al. 2007 (tab. 3) calculations of estimated annual burden of malaria epidemicsAfrica-----
Craig et al. 1999 Box1) duration sporogonic cycle, pd, vectors surviving sporogony, larval survival-----Martens (1997) pd formula
Craig et al. 1999 Box2) RRm, Tmin, Tmax-----climate characteristics of stable, epidemic malaria and malaria free regions
De Savigny and Binka 2004 (fig. 1) MALDworld--1990, 2000-children under five
Detinova 1962 Annexfig2) structures in an ovariole during successive gonotrophic cycles------
Detinova 1962 (tab. 4) calculation of the duration of the sporogonic cycle------
Dietz et al. 1974 (tab. 2) malaria variablesNigeriaKano State12°N, 8°30E---
Greenwood et al. 2005 (fig. 1) malaria parasite cycle------
Greenwood et al. 2005 (fig. 4) merozoites ring stage-----microscope photo
Gubler 1998 (fig. 2) CMCa, CMCm-Sri Lanka, India, Korea, Manaus---evolution of the worldwide malaria situation
Gupta et al. 1999 (fig. 1) CMCThe Gambia, KenyaSukuta, Kilifi, Siaya---age categories; z(Sukuta)<35, z(Kilifi)=1, z(Siaya)=1224
Guyatt and Snow 2004 (fig. 2) numbers of low birth weight due to malariasub-Saharan Africa--2000, 2001-flow chart
Hagmann et al. 2003 (fig. 2) PR according to different agesPrincipe-135'N, 725'E199905-199908--
Hagmann et al. 2003 (tab. 1) risk factors for malaria infectionPrincipe-135'N, 725'E199905-199908--
Hay and Snow 2006 (fig. 1) collected survey dataworld----malaria atlas project
Hay et al. 2003a (fig. 1) epidemic-prone districtsKenyadistricts----
Hay et al. 2004 (tab. 1) population at risk from malariaworld--1900 to 2010--
Hay et al. 2005a (fig. 2) population densityAfrica--2000-rural, urban
Hay et al. 2005a (fig. 3) EIRa by land-use categoryAfrica----rural, urban
Hay et al. 2005a (fig. 4) PRa by log(EIRa)Africa----urban, peri-urban and rural data
Hay et al. 2005a (fig. 5) childhood mortality according to PR classesAfrica----urban, peri-urban and rural data
Hay et al. 2005a (fig. 7) PRa by log(EIRa)Africa----fit-lines for rural and urban
Hay et al. 2005a (tab. 2) populations at malaria riskAfrica--2000-with and without urban corrections
Hay et al. 2005a (tab. 3) estimates of malaria deathsAfrica--2000-urban corrected
Hoshen and Morse 2005 (fig. 5) INC??BotswanaERA40 grid point17°30'S, 25°00'E199501-200112-LMM sensitivity relative to different inoculation-efficiency parameters
Hoshen and Morse 2005 (fig. 6) INC??BotswanaERA40 grid point17°30'S, 25°00'E199501-200112-LMM sensitivity relative to different precipitation amounts
Hoshen and Morse 2005 (fig. 7) INC??BotswanaERA40 grid point17°30'S, 25°00'E199501-200112-LMM sensitivity relative to different values of malaria parasite clearance
Hoshen and Morse 2005 (fig. 8) INC??BotswanaERA40 grid point17°30'S, 25°00'E199501-200112-LMM sensitivity relative to different temperatures
Hoshen and Morse 2005 (fig. 9) INC??Botswana8 ERA40 grid pointslatitudes: 17°30'S and 22°30'S, longitudes: 20°00'E, 22°30'E, 25°00'E, 27°30'E and 30°00'E199501-200112-LMM sensitivity relative to different temperatures
Ijumba and Lindsay 2001 (fig. 2) African rice production, populationAfrica--196101-199012--
Keiser et al. 2004 (fig. 2) INCa by EIRaAfricaurban settings---children
Keiser et al. 2004 (fig. 3) CMCa, EIRaAfricaurban settings---flow chart
Keiser et al. 2004 (tab. 3a) PRa, EIRaAfricaurban settings---broken down into countries; sources
Keiser et al. 2004 (tab. 3b) PRa, EIRaAfricaurban settings---broken down into countries; sources
Keiser et al. 2005 (fig. 1) malaria risk near dam reservoirs-----sketch
Keiser et al. 2005 (fig. 2) relationship between malaria and water projects-----flow chart
Killeen et al. 2000 (fig. 1) nature of malaria-----outline of the model
Le Houérou 1996 (fig. 4) populationnorthern Africa, Near East--190001-199012--
Le Houérou 1996 (fig. 5) populationsub-Saharan Africaarid lands of the Sahel, eastern Africa, southern Africa-190001-199012--
Macdonald 1957 (fig. 1) duration of sporogony------
Macdonald et al. 1968 (fig. 6) observed and simulated INCdSyriaDamascus-196505-196508--
MARA/ARMA 1998 (fig. 6) duration of the sporogonic cycle, pd, vectors surviving sporogonyAfrica-----
Martens and Thomas 2005 (fig. 1) temporal and spatial malaria scales------
Molineaux and Gramiccia 1980 (fig. 1) study areaNigeriaGarki district12°26'N, 9°11'E---
Molineaux and Gramiccia 1980 (fig. 31) age classes regarding the daily recovery rateNigeriaGarky district12°26'N, 9°11'E197001-197212--
Ndiaye et al. 2001 (fig. 1) RRa, annual amount of malaria deathsSenegalNiakhar1428'N, -1624'E1984 to 1996--
Ndiaye et al. 2001 (fig. 4) RRmSenegalNiakhar1428'N, -1624'E1984 to 1996--
Ndiaye et al. 2001 (fig. 5) monthly malaria deathsSenegalNiakhar1428'N, -1624'E1984 to 1996--
Ndiaye et al. 2001 (fig. 6) covariation of the number of malaria deaths during September to October and the August rainfallSenegalNiakhar1428'N, -1624'E1984 to 1996--
Ndiaye et al. 2001 (tab. 2) correlation between the number of malaria deaths during September to October and monthly climate indicesSenegalNiakhar1428'N, -1624'E1984 to 1996--
Ndiaye et al. 2001 (tab. 3) lagged correlation coefficients between monthly malaria and precipitation indicesSenegalNiakhar1428'N, -1624'E1984 to 1996--
Norris 2004 (fig. 1) river, lake and paddy as vector habitat-----sketch
Omumbo et al. 2004 (fig. 2) PR by fuzzy climate suitabiltyKenya----among children under the age of 15 years
Pascual et al. 2006 (fig. 1) TmKenyaKericho, Kabale, Gikongoro, Muhanga-195001-200012-CRU data?? for highland in Kenya
Pascual et al. 2006 (fig. 3) relative difference in simulated MOSQm and TmKenyaKericho, Kabale, Gikongoro, Muhanga-195001-200012-CRU data?? for highland in Kenya
Pascual et al. 2006 (fig. 6) relative difference in simulated MOSQm for the original and detrended temperature dataKenyaKericho--- the simulation is using the daily rainfall data at the local station in the Kericho region
Phillips 2001 (fig. 1) malaria parasite cycle------
Price et al. 1996 (fig. 1) malaria parasite cycle------
Robert et al. 2003 (fig. 1) EIRasub-Saharan Africa----values for rural and urban sites
Robert et al. 2003 (tab. 1) EIRasub-Saharan Africa----values for rural and urban sites, sources
Rogier and Trape 1995 (fig. 2) PR according to different age groupsSenegalDielmo, Ndiop(1345'N, 1625'W), (1341'N, 1623'W)199001-199012 and 199301-199312, respectively-Dielmo is situated at a small river, that enables year around larval breeding sites
Rogier and Trape 1995 (fig. 4) parasite density according to different age groupsSenegalDielmo, Ndiop(1345'N, 1625'W), (1341'N, 1623'W)199001-199012 and 199301-199312, respectively-Dielmo is situated at a small river, that enables year around larval breeding sites
Rogier and Trape 1995 (fig. 6) INCa according to different age groupsSenegalDielmo, Ndiop(1345'N, 1625'W), (1341'N, 1623'W)199001-199012 and 199301-199312, respectively-Dielmo is situated at a small river, that enables year around larval breeding sites
Rogier and Trape 1995 (tab. 1) PR according to different malaria speciesSenegalDielmo, Ndiop(1345'N, 1625'W), (1341'N, 1623'W)199001-199012 and 199301-199312, respectively-children up to 15 years; Dielmo is situated at a small river, that enables year around larval breeding sites
Sachs and Malaney 2002 (fig. 2) gross national product per capitaworld--1995--
Smith et al. 2005 (fig. 1) parasite ratio models by EIRa values Africa-----
Smith et al. 2005 (tab. 1) connection between EIRa and parasite ratio Africa----data and fitted functions and a sensitivity analysis for the best overall model
Smith et al. 2007 (fig. 1) malaria life cycle model and R0------
Smith et al. 2007 (fig. 2) R0 esimates for 121 African populationsAfrica-----
Snow et al. 1999a (fig. 2) population densityAfrica-----
Stafford Smith 1981 (fig. 1) map of survey areaNiger-----
Stafford Smith 1981 (fig. 1 Zoom) map of survey areaNiger-----
Sutherst 2004 (fig. 1) a host-pathogen-vector-environment framework-----flow chart
Tanser et al. 2003 (fig. 1) distribution of parasite survey sites, orographyAfrica-----
Toure and Oduola 2004 (fig. 1) malaria distributionglobal------
Toure and Oduola 2004 (fig. 2) antimalarial drug resistance------
Van Lieshout et al. 2004 (fig. 4) countries classified according to current malaria control statusglobal--2003--
Worral et al. 2007 (tab. 1) values of model variables------
Worral et al. 2007 (tab. 2) model variables included in an uncertainty analysis-----includes arbitrary values

Notes

position taken from http://www.heavens-above.com/countries.aspx
˜position roughly rated from Fig. 2 in Hay et al. (2002c)
position roughly rated from information provided by Patz et al. (1998)
position of the meteorological station
that is the position of Sapu, located in the vicinity of Jahally
position roughly rated from Fig. 1 in Molineaux and Gramiccia (1980)
position taken from Hay et al. (2005a)