ecological change as a factor in renewed malaria transmission in an eradicated area. a localized outbreak of a. aquasalis-transmitted malaria on the demerara river estuary, british guiana, in the fifteenth year of a. darlingi and malaria british guiana, the successful eradication of anopheles darlingi and malaria from the coastal areas has caused a very rapid increase in the population and has favoured a considerable social and economic improvement and expansion of both agriculture and industry. housing and industrial developments and the constantly expanding rice cultivation have taken over most of the accessible pasture-lands, displacing the livestock which previously abounded around villages and settlements. mechanization ...196314056265
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