Two new publications by Russian CLINF researchers


Now available in the IJERPH CLINF Special Issue!

Two more articles have recently been published in the CLINF Special Issue of the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health:

Andrei Tronin et al suggest a direct positive relationship between ambient air temperature and the number of tick-bitten humans in the north of European Russia.

The team of Dmitry Orlov provides a comprehensive medical-geographical assessment of eight emerging natural infectious diseases for the whole of Russia. Based on demographic and ecological data and on incidence data from the past 20 years they calculated the risk of infection for each of these diseases and per administrative district.