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Volume 5, Number 1—February 1999

Research

Long-Term Studies of Hantavirus Reservoir Populations in the Southwestern United States: Rationale, Potential, and Methods

James N. Mills, Terry L. Yates, Thomas G. Ksiazek, C.J. Peters, and James E. Childs
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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Geographic locations of nine sites where mark-release-recapture webs are being operated to study rodent reservoirs of hantaviruses in a three- state area of the southwestern United States. PCMS=Pinyon Canyon Maneuver Site (U.S. Army).

Figure 2. Geographic locations of nine sites where mark-release-recapture webs are being operated to study rodent reservoirs of hantaviruses in a three- state area of the southwestern United States. PCMS=Pinyon Canyon Maneuver Site (U.S. Army).

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