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C. ) (percentage per ecoregion; total = percentage of overall coverage) (according to Schröder and Schmidt 2008) Total Months Ecoregions (ER)* after Schröder et al. c. 9 °C. 3 °C. 9). Again, only the highlands in the south (ER 12 and ER 62) and the coastal zone in the north (ER 22) differed (3–4 months). 10). 6 %). 4 %) were located in a broad belt in the south and in the south-western part of Lower Saxony (ER 42 and ER 47). Also coastal areas at the North Sea were included and tidal mud flat islands, too (ER 22).

C. ) (percentage per ecoregion; total = percentage of overall coverage) (according to Schröder and Schmidt 2008) Total (%) Months Ecoregions (ER)* after Schröder et al. c. ) (percentage per ecoregion; total = percentage of overall coverage) (according to Schröder and Schmidt 2008) Total (%) Months Ecoregions (ER)* after Schröder et al. c. 2 %) was found within the rectangle of the river Weser in the north-west and the waterway ‘Mittellandkanal’ in the south (ER 43). Another area covered the low mountain range in the south of Lower Saxony (ER 12).

1 Basic Information on Anopheles Mosquitoes Modelling and mapping of the potential temperature-dependent malaria spread requires quantitative information on the ontology and ecology of the relevant Anopheles vector. From the literature research (Sect. 1) we learned that Anopheles (Diptera, Culicidae) is one of 41 mosquito genera. The females of 30–40 of the 430 Anopheles species transmit the malaria pathogen, Plasmodium, to humans. Six of the 16 European Anopheles species occur in Germany, three of which were responsible for malaria transmissions till the post-war era (An.

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