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Volume 20, Number 3—March 2014

Research

Hantavirus Infections among Overnight Visitors to Yosemite National Park, California, USA, 2012

Jonathan J. Núñez, Curtis L. Fritz, Barbara Knust, Danielle Buttke, Barryett Enge, Mark G. Novak, Vicki Kramer, Lynda Osadebe, Sharon Messenger, César G. Albariño, Ute Ströher, Michael Niemela, Brian R. Amman, David Wong, Craig R. Manning, Stuart T. Nichol, Pierre E. Rollin, Dongxiang Xia, James P. Watt, Duc J. VugiaComments to Author , and for the Yosemite Hantavirus Outbreak Investigation Team
Author affiliations: California Department of Public Health, Richmond and Sacramento, California, USA (J.J. Núñez, C.L. Fritz, B. Enge, M.G. Novak, V. Kramer, S. Messenger, M. Niemela, D. Xia, J.P. Watt, D.J. Vugia); Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (J.J. Núñez, B. Knust, L. Osadebe, C.G. Albariño, U. Ströher, B.R. Amman, C.R. Manning, S.T. Nichol, P.E. Rollin); National Park Service, Fort Collins, Colorado, and Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA (D. Buttke, D. Wong)

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Figure 2

Regular and signature tent cabins, Yosemite National Park, summer, 2012. A) Outside view of a regular tent cabin. B). Outside view of a signature tent cabin. C) Inner layer of foam insulation underthe canvas of a signature tent cabin.

Figure 2. Regular and signature tent cabins, Yosemite National Park, summer, 2012A) Outside view of a regular tent cabinB)Outside view of a signature tent cabinC) Inner layer of foam insulation under the canvas of a signature tent cabin.

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1Members of the Yosemite Hantavirus Outbreak Investigation Team are listed at the end of this article.

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