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Volume 15, Number 10—October 2009

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Fine-scale Identification of the Most Likely Source of a Human Plague Infection

Rebecca E. Colman, Amy J. Vogler, Jennifer L. Lowell, Kenneth L. Gage, Christina Morway, Pamela J. Reynolds, Paul Ettestad, Paul Keim, Michael Y. Kosoy, and David M. WagnerComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA (R.E. Colman, A.J. Vogler, P. Keim, D. Wagner); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA (J.L. Lowell, K.L. Gage, C. Morway, M.Y. Kosoy); New Mexico Department of Health, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA (P.J. Reynolds, P. Ettestad)

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Figure 1

Distribution of rodent trapping stations along a hiking trail in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA. Each red circle indicates a single trapping site that had 3 traps. Trap stations (not shown) also were placed throughout the patients’ yard (green circle).

Figure 1. Distribution of rodent trapping stations along a hiking trail in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, USA. Each red circle indicates a single trapping site that had 3 traps. Trap stations (not shown) also were placed throughout the patients’ yard (green circle).

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