Health Hazard

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spatial identification of potential health hazards: a systematic areal search approach "spatial identification of potential health hazards: a systematic areal search approach", by . Fig1: Input morbidity patterns (left panel) and risk source estimates (right panel). Notes: Green dots in the left panel diagrams indicate morbidity observations with the size of each dot set proportional to the morbidity prevalence...

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