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Brooker, S., Beasley, M., Ndinaromtan. M., Madjiouroum, E.M., Baboguel, M., Djenguinabe, E., Hay, S.I. and Bundy, D.A.P. (2002). Use of remote sensing and a geographical information system in a national helminth control programme in Chad. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 80 (10) : 783-789. PDF

Brooker, S., Hay, S.I. and Bundy D.A.P.. (2002). Tools from ecology: useful for evaluating infection risk models. Trends in Parasitology, 18 (2) : 70-74. DOI

Brooker, S., Hay, S.I., Tchuem Tchuenté, L-A. and Ratard, R. (2002). Using NOAA-AVHRR data to model human helminth distributions on planning disease control in Cameroon, West Africa. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 68 (2) : 175-179. PDF

Green, R.M. and Hay, S.I. (2002). The potential of Pathfinder AVHRR data for providing surrogates of climatic variables across Africa and Europe for epidemiological applications. Remote Sensing of Environment, 79 (1) : 165-175. DOI

Hay, S.I. (2002). The inter-sectoral response to the 2002 malaria outbreak in the highlands of western Kenya. Kenya Country Office (KCO), United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), Nairobi, Kenya, : 1-49. PDF

Hay, S.I., Cox, J., Rogers, D.J., Randolph, S.E., Stern, D.I., Shanks, G.D., Myers, M.F. and Snow, R.W. (2002). Climate change and the resurgence of malaria in the East African highlands. Nature, 415 (6874) : 905-909. DOI

Hay, S.I., Cox, J., Rogers, D.J., Randolph, S.E., Stern, D.I., Shanks, G.D., Myers, M.F. and Snow, R.W. (2002). Regional warming and malaria resurgence. Nature, 420 (6916) : 628. DOI

Hay, S.I., Cox, J., Rogers, D.J., Randolph, S.E., Stern, D.I., Shanks, G.D., Myers, M.F. and Snow, R.W. (2002). East African highland malaria resurgence independent of climate change. Directions in Science, 1 : 82-85. PDF

Hay, S.I., Myers, M.F., Maynard, N. and Rogers, D.J. (2002). From remote sensing to relevant sensing in human public health. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 68 (2) : 109-111. PDF

Hay, S.I., Noor, A.M., Simba, M., Busulo, M., Guyatt, H.L., Ochola, S.A. and Snow, R.W. (2002). Clinical epidemiology of malaria in the highlands of Western Kenya. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8 (6) : 619-624. DOI

Hay, S.I., Rogers, D.J., Randolph, S.E., Stern, D.I., Cox, J., Shanks, G.D. and Snow, R.W. (2002). Hot topic or hot air? Climate change and malaria resurgence in East African highlands. Trends in Parasitology, 18 (12) : 530-534. PDF

Hay, S.I., Simba, M., Busulo, M., Noor, A.M., Guyatt, H.L., Ochola, S.A. and Snow, R.W. (2002). Defining and detecting malaria epidemics in the highlands of western Kenya. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8 (6) : 550-556. DOI

Omumbo, J.A., Hay, S.I., Goetz, S.J., Snow, R.W. and Rogers, D.J. (2002). Updating historical maps of malaria transmission intensity in East Africa using remote sensing. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 68 (2) : 161-166. PDF

Rogers, D.J., Myers, M.F., Tucker, C.J., Smith, P.F., White, D.J., Backenson, B., Eidson, M., Kramer, L.D., Bakker, B. and Hay, S.I. (2002). Predicting the distribution of West Nile fever in North America using satellite sensor data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 68 (2) : 112-114. PDF

Rogers, D.J., Randolph, S.E., Snow, R.W. and Hay, S.I. (2002). Satellite imagery in the study and forecast of malaria. Nature, 415 (6872) : 710-715. DOI

Shanks, G.D., Hay, S.I., Stern, D., Biomondo, K. and Snow, R.W. (2002). Meteorologic influences on Plasmodium falciparum malaria in the highland tea estates of Kericho, western Kenya. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 8 (12) : 1404-1408. PDF

Smith D.L., Lucey B., Waller L.A., Childs J.E., Real L.A. (2002). Predicting the spatial dynamics of rabies epidemics on heterogeneous landscapes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 99 (6) : 3668-72 DOI

Wint, G.R.W., Robinson, T.P., Bourn, D.M., Durr, P., Hay, S.I., Randolph, S.E. and Rogers, D.J. (2002). Mapping bovine tuberculosis in Great Britain using environmental data. Trends in Microbiology, 10 (10) : 441-444. DOI