|Title||Modelling and observing the role of wind in Anopheles population dynamics around a reservoir|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Endo, N. & Eltahir, E. A. B.|
Background: Wind conditions, as well as other environmental conditions, are likely to in uence malaria transmission through the behaviours of Anopheles mosquitoes, especially around water-resource reservoirs. Wind-induced waves in a reservoir impose mortality on aquatic-stage mosquitoes. Mosquitoes’ host-seeking activity is also in uenced by wind through dispersion of CO2. However, no malaria transmission model exists to date that simulated those impacts of wind mechanistically.