Monday 22 September, 2014

Researchers map areas at risk of Ebola outbreak

This image shows the countries at risk of Ebola transmission from animal host species to the human population. The scale reflects the relative probability that transmission of Ebola from a host animal to a human could occur. Areas in red are those where transmission is most likely, whereas those areas shown in blue represent the least likely. Image Credit: Pigott et al.

An international collaboration of researchers has mapped regions most at risk of an Ebola outbreak. Continue reading “Researchers map areas at risk of Ebola outbreak” »  More...

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