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Volume 13, Number 8—August 2007

Letter

Ecoregional Dominance in Spatial Distribution of Avian Influenza (H5N1) Outbreaks

Raja Sengupta*Comments to Author , Lauren Rosenshein*, Mark Gilbert*, and Claire Weiller*
Author affiliations: *McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada;

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Twenty-five ecoregions with large numbers of avian influenza cases (November 2003-November 2006). A) Eurasia; B) Southeast Asia; C) Africa. Yellow regions are composed of aggregated dots representing individual cases.

Appendix Figure. Twenty-five ecoregions with large numbers of avian influenza cases (November 2003-November 2006). A) Eurasia; B) Southeast Asia; C) Africa. Yellow regions are composed of aggregated dots representing individual cases.

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