Project

Integrated risk mapping and targetted snail control to support schistosomiasis elimination in Brazil and Cote d'Ivoire under future climate change

Funded by Natural Environment Research Council.

Collaboration with Stanford University and University of St Andrews.

Project to investigate the effect of increasing temperatures, temperature variability and shift in precipitation patterns due to climate change on the dynamics of snail borne schistosomiasis. Collaborating with Standford who are project leads, university of california, Stony Brook University, University of Washington, st Andrews, Cote d'Ivoire and Brazil.

Total award value £250,816.80

People (3)

People

Professor Rachel Norman
Professor Rachel Norman

Chair in Food Security & Sustainability, Maths

Professor Dave Little
Professor Dave Little

Professor, Institute of Aquaculture

Mr Reed Ozretich
Mr Reed Ozretich

Research Assistant, Institute of Aquaculture

Outputs (1)

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Article

Ozretich RW, Wood CL, Allan F, Koumi AR, Norman R, Brierley AS, De Leo GA & Little DC (2022) The Potential for Aquaculture to Reduce Poverty and Control Schistosomiasis in Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) during an Era of Climate Change: A Systematic Review. Reviews in Fisheries Science and Aquaculture. https://doi.org/10.1080/23308249.2022.2039096

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