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  • Disease ; Health ; Malaria ; Tourism ; Tropical endemic disease
  • AVHRR ; Africa ; Biota ; Central Africa ; Climatic variation ; Desert ; Dune ; Endemic disease ; NOAA ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeogeomorphology ; Pleistocene ; Quaternary ; Remote sensing ; West Africa
  • New geomorphological evidence from satellite images is interpreted in the light of recent work on Quaternary desert advance in West and Central Africa to suggest that regions currently supporting tropical lowland rain forest were during
  • the Quaternary period, covered by windblown sand in the form of linear desert dunes. These findings have implications for Pleistocene refugia in Africa and may explain both the relative paucity and high degree of endemism observed among African biota.
  • Ecosystem ; Environment ; Environmental management ; Forest ; Tropical endemic disease ; Tropical zone ; Zaire
  • Atlantique tropical ; Bahamas ; Bahamas, îles ; Caicos ; Flore ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Ile ; Turks Islands ; Végétation ; Zone intertropicale ; Zone subtropicale
  • The flowering plants and ferns of the Bahama, Turks and Caicos islands are incorporated in 659 genera in 144 families. There are 1 371 species and varietal taxa, of which about 9 % are endemic to the islands. All of the indigeneous genera, and those
  • Health and tropical geography
  • Disease ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Tropical endemic disease ; Tropical geography ; Tropical zone ; Underdevelopment
  • Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Space time ; Tropical endemic disease ; Tropical zone ; World
  • Caribbean ; Disease ; Health ; Latin America ; Medical geography ; Medical services ; Regional pathology ; Research ; Spatial analysis ; Tropical endemic disease
  • Accessibility ; Benin ; Disease ; Location ; Location-allocation model ; Medical services ; Service ; Tropical endemic disease
  • Disease ; Epidemic ; Health ; Medical geography ; Spatial distribution ; Tropical endemic disease ; World
  • Brazil ; Diffusion ; Disease ; Drought ; Fauna ; Health ; Migration ; Mollusca ; Nordeste ; Rainfall deficit ; Tropical endemic disease ; Water
  • Cameroon ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Spatial differentiation ; Tropical endemic disease ; Urban area ; Urbanization ; Yaoundé
  • Argentina ; Geographical information system ; Health ; Malaria ; Medical geography ; Spatial distribution ; Tropical endemic disease ; World
  • Cambodia ; Economic activity ; Environment ; Forest ; Gender difference ; Health ; Infant mortality ; Marginal area ; Tropical endemic disease ; Woman
  • Woody vegetation of a Peruvian tropical dry forest along a climatic gradient depends more on soil than annual precipitation
  • Biogeography ; Floristic area ; Hydrological gradient ; Peru ; Scrub ; Soil ; Tropical rain forest ; Vegetation
  • Biogeografía ; Formación arbustiva ; Perú ; Selva tropical ; Suelo ; Vegetación ; Área florística
  • of the study area may possibly be beneficial for local residents. However, it will almost certainly trigger the extinction of the last remnants of the highly endemic tropical dry forest formations.
  • plant functional groups: a tropical desert formation and a shrub and dry forest formation. Variation partitioning reveals edaphic variables to be more important in structuring vegetation than mean annual rainfall. Extending irrigation in parts
  • Africa ; Burundi ; Central Africa ; Epidemic ; Health ; Medical geography ; Medicine ; Rwanda ; Tropical endemic disease ; Tropical zone ; Zaire
  • Black Africa ; Cameroon ; Chad ; Cotton ; Crisis ; Cultivated plants ; Farming system ; Fishing ; Irrigation ; Niger ; Philippines ; Rural community ; Rural society ; Terroir ; Tropical endemic disease ; Tropical zone
  • Colonial period ; Colonization ; Diffusion ; Epidemic ; Gabon ; Health ; Malaria ; Preventive measure ; The 1950's ; Tropical endemic disease
  • Colonización ; Difusión ; Endemia tropical ; Epidemia ; Gabón ; Paludismo ; Prevención ; Salud ; Época colonial
  • Aquatic ecosystem ; Cholera ; Ecology ; Epidemic ; Global change ; Health ; Induced effect ; Sea level ; Tropical endemic disease
  • favorisée par l'inondation de zones littorales peuplées du monde tropical, permise par cette élévation. Une transmission secondaire peut survenir si certains niveaux d'hygiène ne sont pas atteints. Facteurs de sa distribution géographique : écologiques
  • Cause of death ; French Polynesia ; Health ; Health policy ; Hospital ; Island ; Medical services ; Morbidity ; Mortality ; Regional pathology ; Tahiti ; Tropical endemic disease
  • Diffusion ; Disease ; Epidemiology ; Health ; Insect ; Latin America ; Livestock farming ; Regional pathology ; Tropical endemic disease