Forest connectivity, host assemblage characteristics of local and neighboring counties, and temperature jointly shape the spatial expansion of lyme disease in United States

Yingying X.G. Wang, Kevin D. Matson, Yanjie Xu, Herbert H.T. Prins, Zheng Y.X. Huang*, Willem F. de Boer

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