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International Journal of Mosquito Research
Vol. 5, Issue 5, Part A (2018)

Modelling of malaria hotspot sites using geospatial technology in the north-western highlands of Ethiopia

Location of Fogera District
Fig. 1: Location of Fogera District
Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. a) Reclassified elevation.
Fig. 2: Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. a) Reclassified elevation.
Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. b) Reclassified slope.
Fig. 3: Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. b) Reclassified slope.
Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. c) Reclassified soil.
Fig. 4: Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. c) Reclassified soil.
Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. d) Reclassified distance from breeding sites
Fig. 5: Environmental factors that greatly influence malaria incidence and prevalence in the study. d) Reclassified distance from breeding sites
Socio-economic factors that affect malaria occurrence and distribution in the study. a) Reclassified population density.
Fig. 6: Socio-economic factors that affect malaria occurrence and distribution in the study. a) Reclassified population density.
Socio-economic factors that affect malaria occurrence and distribution in the study. b) Reclassified distance from health facilities.
Fig. 7: Socio-economic factors that affect malaria occurrence and distribution in the study. b) Reclassified distance from health facilities.
Socio-economic factors that affect malaria occurrence and distribution in the study. c) Reclassified land uses
Fig. 8: Socio-economic factors that affect malaria occurrence and distribution in the study. c) Reclassified land uses
Malaria Hazard Layer developed in Arc GIS software
Fig. 9: Malaria Hazard Layer developed in Arc GIS software
Malaria hazard areas mapped using weighted overlay Model in Arc GIS
Fig. 10: Malaria hazard areas mapped using weighted overlay Model in Arc GIS
Malaria Risk layer developed in Arc GIS software
Fig. 11: Malaria Risk layer developed in Arc GIS software
Malaria Risk Areasidentified using Weighted overlay Model in Arc GIS
Fig. 12: Malaria Risk Areasidentified using Weighted overlay Model in Arc GIS
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