Seasonal drivers of human infectious diseases (continued from Table 1).

2018-11-08T19:07:40Z (GMT) by Micaela Elvira Martinez
<p>Drivers categorized as being related to (a) vector seasonality, (b) seasonality in nonhuman animal host (i.e., livestock, other domestic animals, or wildlife), (c) seasonal climate (e.g., temperature, precipitation, etc.), (f) seasonal exposure and/or behavior and/or contact rate, (g) seasonal biotic environment (e.g., algal density in waterbodies), (h) seasonal flare-up/symptoms and/or remission/latency, (i) observed seasonal incidence with no hypotheses regarding drivers.</p>