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Dense spatiotemporal modelling of freshwater snails that transmit schistosomiasis – a citizen-science approach

Noelia del Carmen Valderrama Bhraunxs
Published May 15, 2023
Last Edited May 15, 2023
Research Category
Impacts, adaptation and vulnerabilities related to climate change
Emissions producing economic sector under study
Not applicable
Geographies Covered
Global South
Country / Countries as Case Study
Congo
City / Cities as Case Study
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Name of University
KU Leuven
Department/ Name of PhD degree
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Division/ School/ Faculty / Area within the University
Division of Geography and Tourism
College Name
Not applicable
Year of start of PhD
2021
Expected year of completion of PhD
2026
Email
noeliadelcarmen.valderramabhraunxs@kuleuven.be
Researcher Profile
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