Figure 5. Msasani salt pans in Tanzania identified by aerial photo interpretation, planned drainage work, and abundance of Anopheles larvae between June 1994 and May 1995.

Figure 5

Msasani salt pans in Tanzania identified by aerial photo interpretation, planned drainage work, and abundance of Anopheles larvae between June 1994 and May 1995. Areas marked with orange in the aerial photograph indicate potential sites for Anopheles breeding, which were investigated in the ground survey.

From: Integrated Urban Malaria Control: A Case Study in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

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The Intolerable Burden of Malaria II: What's New, What's Needed: Supplement to Volume 71(2) of the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.
Breman JG, Alilio MS, Mills A, editors.
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