Dataset of entomological indicators for all Anopheles species caught in Western Province, Solomon Islands

A series of experiments examining the demographics of adult female anophelines were conducted in Western Province, Solomon Islands. This work commenced on 19/03/2014 and was completed on 13/07/2017. The data from the entire set of experiments has been archived into one database, which has been analysed over a series of manuscripts.  Each experiment can be quickly identified using the “ProjectID” which runs from ENT03 to ENT15.

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  • Description

    A series of experiments examining the demographics of adult female anophelines were conducted in Western Province, Solomon Islands. This work commenced on 19/03/2014 and was completed on 13/07/2017. The data from the entire set of experiments has been archived into one database, which has been analysed over a series of manuscripts.  Each experiment can be quickly identified using the “ProjectID” which runs from ENT03 to ENT15.

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    • Descriptor

      This dataset consists of a description of data archiving and data dictionaries in PDF format and a spreadsheet in both MS Excel (.xlsx) and Open Document (.ods) formats

    • Descriptor type Note
  • Data type dataset
  • Keywords
    • Anopheles farauti
    • Anopheles hinesorum
    • malaria
    • receptivity
    • elimination
    • Solomon Islands
  • Funding source
  • Research grant(s)/Scheme name(s)
    • 19377 - (James Cook University Research Activities) Malaria Transmission Consortium Supplement
    • 20247 - (James Cook University Research Activities) International Centres of Excellence in Malaria Research
  • Research themes
    Tropical Health, Medicine and Biosecurity
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 060207 - Population Ecology
    SEO Codes
    • 920404 - Disease Distribution and Transmission (incl. Surveillance and Response)
    Specify spatial or temporal setting of the data
    Temporal (time) coverage
  • Start Date 2014/03/01
  • End Date 2017/07/31
  • Time Period
    Spatial (location) coverage
  • Locations
    • Western Province, Solomon Islands
  • Related publications
      Name Burkot, Thomas R., Bugoro, Hugo, Apairamo, Allan, Cooper, Robert D., Echeverry, Diego F., Odabasi, Danyal, Beebe, Nigel W., Makuru, Victoria, Xiao, Honglin, Davidson, Jenna R., Deason, Nicholas A., Reuben, Hedrick, Kazura, James W., Collins, Frank H., Lobo, Neil F., and Russell, Tanya L. (2018) Spatial-temporal heterogeneity in malaria receptivity is best estimated by vector biting rates in areas nearing elimination. Parasites & Vectors, 11 (1). p. 606.
    • URL https://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-018-3201-1
    • Notes Open Access
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    Citation Russell, Tanya (2018): Dataset of entomological indicators for all Anopheles species caught in Western Province, Solomon Islands . James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.25903/5b722d8d5daf3