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Fig. 4 | BMC Infectious Diseases

Fig. 4

From: Spatial prediction and validation of zoonotic hazard through micro-habitat properties: where does Puumala hantavirus hole – up?

Fig. 4

Predicted relationships between mean micro-habitat variables and presence of all bank voles (a, c, e, g, i, k) and infected bank voles (b, d, f, h, j, l) in spring (two left columns: a, b, e, f, I, j) and fall (two right columns: c, d, g, h, k, l) in fall 2003–2013. Large holes and bilberry cover were important predictors in both spring and fall models predicting overall bank vole and infected bank vole presence (a-h). In spring, coarse woody debris was an important predictor for both bank vole and infected bank vole presence (i, j). In fall, spruce cover (%) was an important predictor for the presence of infected bank voles (l) but not of overall bank vole presence (k). The boxes encompass percentiles: 25%–50% and the error bars represent the 95% confidence intervals

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