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Volume 14, Number 5—May 2008

Research

Efficacy of Aerial Spraying of Mosquito Adulticide in Reducing Incidence of West Nile Virus, California, 2005

Ryan M. Carney*1Comments to Author , Stan Husted*, Cynthia Jean*, Carol Glaser*, and Vicki Kramer†
Author affiliations: *California Department of Public Health, Richmond, California, USA; †California Department of Public Health, Sacramento, California, USA;

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Figure 2

Locations of treated areas and human cases of West Nile virus by temporal classification, Sacramento County, California, 2005. Shown are treated areas (dark gray), surrounding 0.8-km buffers (thin regions around dark gray areas), untreated areas (light gray), and location of human cases within each of these regions (red, blue, and green circles, respectively). For display purposes, we used the NAD83 HARN California II State Plane coordinate system (Lambert Conformal Conic projection).

Figure 2. Locations of treated areas and human cases of West Nile virus by temporal classification, Sacramento County, California, 2005. Shown are treated areas (dark gray), surrounding 0.8-km buffers (thin regions around dark gray areas), untreated areas (light gray), and location of human cases within each of these regions (red, blue, and green circles, respectively). For display purposes, we used the NAD83 HARN California II State Plane coordinate system (Lambert Conformal Conic projection).

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1Current affiliation: Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA

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