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Volume 10, Number 4—April 2004

Research

Predicting Geographic Variation in Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, Colombia

Raymond J. King*Comments to Author , Diarmid H. Campbell-Lendrum†, and Clive R. Davies†
Author affiliations: *Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; †London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom

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Table 1

Land-cover classification used in the analysis

Identification no. Land-cover class label
1
Fragmented evergreen forest/grassland/savanna
2
Tropical evergreen rainforest
3
Montane evergreen rainforest
4
Submontane evergreen rainforest
5
Dry deciduous forest
6
Subtropical moist deciduous forest
7
Deciduous woodland
8
Fragmented evergreen forest/cropland
9
Deciduous forest/cropland—includes coffee
10
Fragmented evergreen forest/cropland—includes coffee
11
Cropland—includes coffee/woodland
12
Cropland—includes coffee/savanna/grassland
13
Cropland
14
Cropland/savanna/grassland/pasture
15
Cropland/ woodland
16
Fragmented montane forest/cropland
17
Grassland/savanna/woodland
18
Semiarid deciduous shrub
19
Semiarid thorn shrub/grassland/cropland
20
Flooded grassland
21
Flooded grassland/fragmented forest
22
Flooded evergreen broadleaf forest
23
Andean tundra/shrubland
24
Sparsely vegetated
25 Wooded wetland

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