For more information regarding ArcGIS, visit http://www.esri.com

For information summarizing GIS and medicine, see Ostfeld, Richard, Gregory Glass, and Felicia Keesing. “Spatial Epidemiology: An Emerging (or Re-Emerging) Discipline.” Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20 (2006): 328-336.

For information on GIS resources at Stanford University, visit the Branner Earth Sciences Library or the GIS at Branner Library page


For further information on Google Maps mashups, visit the blog, “Google Maps Mania:” http://googlemapsmania.blogspot.com/

Or see http://www.epispider.org and http://www.healthmap.org

For further information on Google Earth mapping avian flu (HN51), see

http://earth.google.com/ to install the Google Earth software and then download http://www.nature.com/nature/googleearth/avianflu1.kml

For futher information on the WHO Public Health Mapping and GIS Program, visit http://www.who.int/health_mapping/en/

For more information on stochastic modeling and its potential application to parasitic disease, visit Harvard Professor Marcia Castro’s publications page http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/faculty/marcia-castro/.

For more information regarding the Malaria Atlas Project, visit http://www.map.ox.ac.uk/

For further information on an example schistosomiasis research in China, see


For more information specifically on the NASA MMS project, visit the 2006 report released under the Public Health section http://aiwg.gsfc.nasa.gov/current_dss.html

For more information (link to additional resources tab) on the NASA Applied Sciences Programs in general, visit:




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