altonenb

Medical Geography and Disease Mapping

Discussion created by altonenb on Jan 28, 2011
Latest reply on Apr 1, 2014 by haytham1451981
Old Items on Medical GIS:

1. West Nile ecology: http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/west-nile/

2. Mapping Chemical Release Sites: http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/3-gis-environmental-health/

3. Hexagonal Grid Mapping techniques (my most popular topic-1/4 of my site visits, uses Avenue extensions): http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/6-gis-ecology-and-natural-history/hexagonal-grid-analysis/


New items on Medical GIS and History

1.  The 1810 Deforestation and Global Cooling Theory of Diseasehttp://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/6-history-of-medicine-and-pharmacy/hudson-valley-medical-history/1795-1815-biographies/livingstons-manner/a-new-theory-for-disease-by-noah-webster/

2.  Historical Disease Maps: 

Adolph Muhry's Global Disease map, 1846:
http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/gis/historical-disease-maps/

Diseases in Mexico, ca. 1880: http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/gis/historical-disease-maps/centralmexico/

John Lea and the Geology of cholera: http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/gis/historical-disease-maps/john-leas-geology-and-cholera-1851/

Four Prussian Disease, ca. 1880:  http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/gis/historical-disease-maps/deutschland/

3.  Regional Historical Medical Geography articles from medical journals, starting with: http://brianaltonenmph.wordpress.com/gis/historical-medical-geography/

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