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Observatoire de données de Tetiaroa : Contribution à la modélisation de l’environnement des moustiques

Abstract : In 2014, the Institut Louis Malardé from Papeete, launched an innovative vector control experiment on motu Onetahi, Tetiaroa atoll. In order to monitor the Aedes polynesiensis mosquito population, a network of mosquito traps has been deployed and precisely geo-located. To modelize the experiment, the mosquito environment has been completely mapped considering the various land use such as sand, vegetation, and the various anthropic elements such as “The Brando” hotel buildings, staff accommodations, technical facilities, roads, etc. A BOR index triplet (“Breeding”, “Obstacle”, “Resting”) which represents the probabilities of one of the three mosquito’s basic behavior is specified for each vector layer in its attribute table. This exhaustive map feeds the Tetiaroa scientific and environmental data observatory.
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Benoît Stoll, Hervé Bossin. Observatoire de données de Tetiaroa : Contribution à la modélisation de l’environnement des moustiques. Conférence Internationale Francophone Spatial Analysis and Geomatics (SAGEO), Nov 2019, Clermont-Ferrand, France. pp. 293-298. ⟨hal-03180324⟩

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