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Volume 6, Number 3—June 2000

Research

Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems: Charting Sin Nombre Virus Infections in Deer Mice

John D. Boone*Comments to Author , Kenneth C. McGwire†, Elmer W. Otteson*, Robert S. DeBaca†, Edward A. Kuhn*, Pascal Villard*, Peter F. Brussard*, and Stephen C. St. Jeor*
Author affiliations: *University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada, USA; and †Desert Research Institute, Biological Sciences Center, Reno, Nevada, USA

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Figure 1

Location of Walker River Basin (17) and its eight major vegetation types, as well as developed areas. Piñon-juniper woodland and montane shrubland tend to be highly interspersed and were combined for visual clarity. Because meadows occurred in very small patches, they could not be represented on this map. Map generated at Utah State University as part of the GAP conservation mapping project.

Figure 1. Location of Walker River Basin (17) and its eight major vegetation types, as well as developed areas. Piñon-juniper woodland and montane shrubland tend to be highly interspersed and were combined for visual clarity. Because meadows occurred in very small patches, they could not be represented on this map. Map generated at Utah State University as part of the GAP conservation mapping project.

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