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“…Most specialized studies map snail infections or relate snail distributions to schistosomiasis prevalence with the objective of identifying high-risk areas, by studying human water contact sites (Barbosa et al, 2004(Barbosa et al, , 2014Kloos et al, 2004;Araujo et al, 2007). It is clear that the ability to predict the spatial distribution of infections improves our understanding of co-endemicity and its distribution, which can be used as evidence base for the spatial orientation of large integrated control programs (Brooker and Clements, 2009).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Most specialized studies map snail infections or relate snail distributions to schistosomiasis prevalence with the objective of identifying high-risk areas, by studying human water contact sites (Barbosa et al, 2004(Barbosa et al, , 2014Kloos et al, 2004;Araujo et al, 2007). It is clear that the ability to predict the spatial distribution of infections improves our understanding of co-endemicity and its distribution, which can be used as evidence base for the spatial orientation of large integrated control programs (Brooker and Clements, 2009).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Malacological surveys revealed the high transmission potential of the 11 types of natural and manmade snail habitats studied by Kloos et al (2004). Concomitant water contact studies carried out in three representative localities in the study area that used multiple methodologies indicate high exposure risk levels for the study population (Kloos et al, in press).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The most frequent taxa (Biomphalaria, Pomacea canaliculata and Drepanotrema) was previously observed in different wetland classes, such as lakes, ponds, streams, backwater rivers, dams and rice fields (Chieffi and Moretti, 1979;Bonetto et al, 1982;Mochida, 1991;Pereira et al, 2000aPereira et al, ,b, 2001Kloos et al, 2004;Agudo-Padrón and Oliveira, 2008). The high frequency of Pomacea canaliculata, Pisidium and Eupera can be attributed to their ability to support variations at water level (Bachmann, 1960;Junk andRobertson, 1997, Kretzschmar andHeckman, 1995).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 76%