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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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Figure 3

A. Characteristics of landscape and vegetation near Fort Lewis trapping web "A," southwestern Colorado. Photo courtesy of C. Calisher. B. Schematic representation of a trapping web showing the relative locations of the 148 trap stations. Small circles indicate the location of one Sherman trap, larger circles, one Sherman plus one Tomahawk trap. Diameter of the web was 200 m. After Parmenter et al. (25).

Figure 3. A. Characteristics of landscape and vegetation near Fort Lewis trapping web "A," southwestern Colorado. Photo courtesy of C. Calisher. B. Schematic representation of a trapping web showing the relative locations of the 148 trap stations. Small circles indicate the location of one Sherman trap, larger circles, one Sherman plus one Tomahawk trap. Diameter of the web was 200 m. After Parmenter et al. (25).

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