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To the Editor: Spatial incidence of dengue infections in Queensland, Australia

  • SCOTT A. RITCHIE (a1), JEFFREY N. HANNA (a2), CHRISTINE E. SELVEY (a3) and RICHARD C. RUSSELL (a4)
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Author for correspondence: Professor J. N. Hanna School of Public Health, Tropical Medicine and Rehabilitation Sciences, James Cook University, Cairns. (Email: jeffrey.hanna@jcu.edu.au)

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1.Hu, W, et al. Spatial analysis of notified dengue fever infections. Epidemiology and Infection 2011; 139: 391399.
2.Kay, BH, et al. Dengue fever: reappearance in northern Queensland after 26 years. Medical Journal of Australia 1984; 140: 264268.
3.Hanna, JN, Ritchie, SA. Outbreaks of dengue in north Queensland, 1990–2008. Communicable Diseases Intelligence 2009; 33: 3233. [An updated version of the Table is available upon request.]
4.Hughes, L.McMichael, T (Climate Commission). The critical decade: climate change and health. Commonwealth of Australia (Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency), 2011, pp. 1921 (http://climatecommission.gov.au/wp-content/uploads/111129_FINAL-FOR-WEB.pdf). Accessed 30 January 2012.
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