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Biogeography of Human Infectious Diseases: A Global Historical Analysis

Objectives Human pathogen richness and prevalence vary widely across the globe, yet we know little about whether global patterns found in other taxa also predict diversity in this important group of organisms. This study (a) assesses the relative importance of temperature, precipitation, habitat diversity, and population density on the global distributions of human pathogens and ...

Mobility and Navigation among the Yucatec Maya

license, and indicate if changes were made. Elizabeth Cashdan is a professor of anthropology at the University of Utah. She is currently PI on the interdisciplinary Spatial Cognition and Navigation (SCAN