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From: Effects of georeferencing effort on mapping monkeypox case distributions and transmission risk

Figure 2

Exploration of effects of different levels of care and detail in georeferencing of human MPX cases on derivative transmission risk maps. Models derived from the automated and worked occurrence data differ in environmental and geographic dimensions from those based on the carefully researched occurrence data points. See text for additional detail. Red and orange areas in panels C and D are those that are more extensive in the researched data set, while blue areas are those that are less extensive. Panel E highlights portions of the ecological niche unique to the West African countries (Nigeria, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Sierra Leone) which were located using the researched method, but largely missed by the other two methods.

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