Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate

Böckmann M, Joyner TA (2014)
Health & Place 30: 70-77.

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Böckmann, MelanieUniBi ; Joyner, T. Andrew
Erscheinungsjahr
2014
Zeitschriftentitel
Health & Place
Band
30
Seite(n)
70-77
ISSN
1353-8292
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2943870

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Böckmann M, Joyner TA. Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate. Health & Place. 2014;30:70-77.
Böckmann, M., & Joyner, T. A. (2014). Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate. Health & Place, 30, 70-77. doi:10.1016/j.healthplace.2014.08.004
Böckmann, M., and Joyner, T. A. (2014). Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate. Health & Place 30, 70-77.
Böckmann, M., & Joyner, T.A., 2014. Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate. Health & Place, 30, p 70-77.
M. Böckmann and T.A. Joyner, “Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate”, Health & Place, vol. 30, 2014, pp. 70-77.
Böckmann, M., Joyner, T.A.: Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate. Health & Place. 30, 70-77 (2014).
Böckmann, Melanie, and Joyner, T. Andrew. “Old health risks in new places? An ecological niche model for I. ricinus tick distribution in Europe under a changing climate”. Health & Place 30 (2014): 70-77.

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