Data from: Drought and immunity determine the intensity of West Nile virus epidemics and climate change impacts

Paull SH, Horton DE, Ashfaq M, Rastogi D, Kramer LD, Diffenbaugh NS, Kilpatrick AM

Date Published: January 13, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t0027

 

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Title COMosqDroughtData
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Description Data were collected from the field. The species column indicates whether the mosquitoes were Culex pipiens (PIP) or Culex tarsalis (TAR). Prevalence gives the maximum likelihood prevalence of West Nile virus in mosquitoes of that species in that year for all collections from June through August. SEprev gives the standard error of the prevalence from June through August. The PDSI column gives the average value of the Palmer Drought Severity Index from May through August. The Abun column gives the total number of mosquitoes collected from June through August, and SEAbun gives the standard error of the number of mosquitoes across counties.
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Title COMosqImmunityData
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Description These are field collected data. The vector index is the square root of the maximum likelihood prevalence in a given county and week multiplied by the total abundance of Culex pipiens and Culex tarsalis mosquitoes in a given county and week. The human cases data is the square root of the number of human WNV cases in a county and week. The Year1 column indicates whether the data were collected in 2003 (1) or not (0).
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Paull SH, Horton DE, Ashfaq M, Rastogi D, Kramer LD, Diffenbaugh NS, Kilpatrick AM (2017) Drought and immunity determine the intensity of West Nile virus epidemics and climate change impacts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284(1848): 20162078. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.2078

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Paull SH, Horton DE, Ashfaq M, Rastogi D, Kramer LD, Diffenbaugh NS, Kilpatrick AM (2017) Data from: Drought and immunity determine the intensity of West Nile virus epidemics and climate change impacts. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.t0027
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