Climate Change May Increase Presence Of Cholera, But New Data Can Predict, Prevent Future Outbreaks, Study Says

International Business Times: Climate change will increase Cholera outbreaks in vulnerable regions
“Climate change will lead to more frequent cholera outbreaks in vulnerable regions, a study has found. However, a method using satellite data has been developed to anticipate an outbreak two to four months in advance. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Maryland, used 40 years of hydrological and climatological data to look into patterns of cholera outbreaks…” (Jayalakshmi, 12/18).

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