alexa Abstract | Indian Monsoon Climate and Malaria: Medical Meteorology
ISSN: 2470-6965

Malaria Control & Elimination
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India has among the highest rates of malaria mortality, inoculation and infection, human and socio-economicadministrative costs. India is a subcontinent having monsoon climate (most variable). Meteorology being all about atmospheric processes and dynamics envelopes much of the ecology and environment. This communication presents Indian sub-continental atypical monsoon meteorology, east coast’s geography, geomorphology of eosin plateaus (plateau environment in particular), orography (delta type sea with parabolic shore line) as having a nexus with the ever present human health hazard of malaria infection. There is not much scope for inter-disciplinary studies. Ongoing decadal works have been cited to indicate the historical etiology of the term ‘Medical Meteorology’ in clinical-cum- met domains. The finding is that due to such all-pervading meteorology the nature of the nexus is planetary in scale and all enveloping. Malaria is part of ecology. It is aided and abetted by Mother Nature. Malaria is here to stay.

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Author(s): Deepak Bhattacharya

Keywords

Medical meteorology, Malaria, Koraput, Odisa, Bay of Bengal, Multi-discipline, Malaria is ecological, Malaria is Here-to-Stay, Malaria Management

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