EIDs in the Southwest U.S. and Northwest Mexico
Repository for programs (written in R, and executable in RStudio, both open source) simulating the role of disease in the prehistoric Southwest U.S. and Northwest Mexico.
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EIDs in the Southwest U.S. and Northwest Mexico. ( tDAR id: 432145) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8ZK5KB4
Methodology, Theory, or Synthesis
Calendar Date: 500 to 1550
min long: -114.521; min lat: 27.606 ; max long: -104.238; max lat: 39.096 ;
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Contact(s): David Phillips
General Note: Application of standard epidemiological models to propose a hypothesis that population loss and territorial contraction were due to Emerging Infectious Diseases or EIDs triggered by population aggregation in the late precontact southwest U.S. and northwest Mexico.