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References, Links, and Distribution of Labor

Cited References

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Faust, E.C. Malaria mortality in the southern United States for the year 1936. So Med J 31:816-818 (1938).

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New Scientist, May 20, 1995. Available at the New Brunswick Environmental Network's homepage, http://www.web.net/~nben/envnews/bytes/byfe96.htm.)

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Platt, A. 1995. The Resurgence of Infectious Diseases. World Watch 8:26-32

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Useful Links

We recommend these links for learning more about this topic.

Distribution of Labor

Marc Bittner - Research and report on disease vectors and background information.

Laura Brunengraber - Research and report on malaria and future projections, web page design.

David Zimet - GIS analysis, web page design, and background research.