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Volume 16, Number 7—July 2010

Research

Deforestation and Malaria in Mâncio Lima County, Brazil

Sarah H. OlsonComments to Author , Ronald Gangnon, Guilherme Abbad Silveira, and Jonathan A. Patz
Author affiliations: University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA (S.H. Olson, R. Gangnon, J.A. Patz); Santo Antônio Energia, Porto Velho, Brazil (G. Silveira)

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Figure 5

Joint relative risk plot of access to care and health district spatial area, Mâncio Lima, Brazil. Contour lines indicate the joint relative risk for standard deviation changes in percentage access to care and health district spatial area. Open circles are the observed percentage access to care and health district spatial area size data pairs for the 54 health districts. The contour line increment of relative risk is 0.2, increasing with the shading from red to white.

Figure 5. Joint relative risk plot of access to care and health district spatial area, Mâncio Lima, Brazil. Contour lines indicate the joint relative risk for standard deviation changes in percentage access to care and health district spatial area. Open circles are the observed percentage access to care and health district spatial area size data pairs for the 54 health districts. The contour line increment of relative risk is 0.2, increasing with the shading from red to white.

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