Data from: The importance of accounting for larval detectability in mosquito habitat-association studies

Low M, Tsegaye AT, Ignell R, Hill S, Elleby R, Feltelius V, Hopkins R

Date Published: May 5, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.98q2r

 

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Title individual dip sampling data for mosquito larvae in Ethiopia
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Description Site: sites visited labelled from A-Z (with 2 meaning second visit). Sample: count of individual samples taken at each site. Depth: depth in cm at the point of each individual dip sample. Area: area of the water body being sampled. Mean_depth: mean of depth measures from site. ph: ph at each site. Tall_rip: percentage estimate of tall (>20cm) riparian vegetation around the water body. Temp: temperature in degrees celsius at the sampling point. Anoph10: yes/no variable for whether Anopheles larvae were found in an individual dip sample. Algae: whether algae were visibly present in the water body. Sunny: if it was sunny on the surface of the water body at the time of collection.
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Low M, Tsegaye AT, Ignell R, Hill S, Elleby R, Feltelius V, Hopkins R (2016) The importance of accounting for larval detectability in mosquito habitat-association studies. Malaria Journal 15: 253. http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12936-016-1308-4

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Low M, Tsegaye AT, Ignell R, Hill S, Elleby R, Feltelius V, Hopkins R (2016) Data from: The importance of accounting for larval detectability in mosquito habitat-association studies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.98q2r
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