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    * Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
    * Pages: 208
    * Edition: 2008-07-25
    * Language: English
    * ISBN: 978-0198509882

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    This accessible text is aimed at graduate students and researchers dealing with spatial data
    in the fields of epidemiology (both medical and veterinary), ecology, zoology and
    parasitology, environmental science, geography and statistics.

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