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Fig. 6 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 6

From: Microclimatic temperatures at Danish cattle farms, 2000–2016: quantifying the temporal and spatial variation in the transmission potential of Schmallenberg virus

Fig. 6

Map of Danish cattle farms showing the 17-year average extrinsic incubation period (EIP) of Schmallenberg virus in spring (April 1st - May 31st), summer (June 1st - August 31st), and autumn (September 1st - September 30th) using random resting-site temperatures, Danish Meteorological Institute-modeled (DMI-modeled) temperatures, and maximum and minimum hourly microclimatic temperatures. The EIP is generated from our virus development model using estimated hourly microclimatic temperatures. The white color indicates the farms where virus development is not possible in 60 days on average

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