Neighborhood Structure, Household Behaviors, and Their Effects on Spatial Clustering of Risk of Exposure to Fecal Contamination in Urban Flood Areas - SaniPath
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Neighborhood Structure, Household Behaviors, and Their Effects on Spatial Clustering of Risk of Exposure to Fecal Contamination in Urban Flood Areas

D Berendes, D Beno, J Clennon, BC Ghale, A Gunasekaran, G Kang, A Kartikeyan, A Kirby, JS Kumar, VR Mohan, S Raj, S Roy, H Yakubu, and C Moe
UNC Water and Health 2015 (October 2015)

David Berendes presented results from the SaniPath study site in Vellore, India that demonstrated how spatial analyses could be a powerful tool for visualizing risk and prioritizing interventions to reduce exposure to fecal contamination in urban environments. The goal of this study was to understand the potential drivers of spatial clustering of risk of exposure to fecal contamination in urban flooding areas.

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