Volume 25, Number 6—June 2019
Enhancement of Risk for Lyme Disease by Landscape Connectivity, New York, New York, USA
|Variable||Coefficient estimate||95% CI||RI|
|Intercept||−3.0262||−3.20 to −2.84||NC|
|Flow centrality, amps||0.4058||0.13 to 0.67||1.00|
|Tree canopy area in park, m2||0.1821||−0.001 to 0.55||0.65|
|% Trees†||0.5068||0.27 to 0.73||1.00|
|% Impervious†‡||0.0454||−0.13 to 0.38||0.36|
|% Water†||−0.4285||−0.64 to −0.20||1.00|
|% Soil§||−0.5684||−0.88 to −0.25||1.00|
*Values are for 13 parks on Staten Island. If the CI includes 0, there was no significant effect of the covariate on tick density. NC, not considered; RI, relative importance.
†Within 100-m buffer.
‡Buildings, roads, and paved surfaces.
§Within 300-m buffer.