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Volume 8, Number 6—June 2002

Research

Defining and Detecting Malaria Epidemics in the Highlands of Western Kenya

Simon I. Hay*†Comments to Author , Milka Simba†, Millie Busolo‡, Abdisalan M. Noor†, Helen L. Guyatt*†, Sam A. Ochola‡, and Robert W. Snow*†‡
Author affiliations: *University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom; †Kenya Medical Research Institute/Wellcome Trust Collaborative Programme, Nairobi, Kenya; ‡Ministry of Health, Nairobi, Kenya;

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Meteorologic time-series for study hospitals. Temperature and rainfall profiles for a synoptic (1980-1995). (a) minimum (bottom), mean (middle), and maximum (top) monthly temperatures (°C); (b) average total monthly rainfall (mm). The error bars denote standard errors of the calculated month means.

Figure 2. Meteorologic time-series for study hospitals. Temperature and rainfall profiles for a synoptic (1980-1995). (a) minimum (bottom), mean (middle), and maximum (top) monthly temperatures (°C); (b) average total monthly rainfall (mm). The error bars denote standard errors of the calculated month means.

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