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			Arne Bomblies

Publications: the open-access publications are available here, or contact me for a copy of any of the others.


16. Bomblies A (2014) Agent-based modeling of malaria vectors: the importance of spatial simulation. Parasites and Vectors 7:308. PDF

15. Guilbert J, Beckage B, Winter JM, Horton R, Perkins T, and Bomblies A (2014) Impacts of projected climate change over the Lake Champlain basin in Vermont. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology.


14. Gingras C and Bomblies A (2013) High resolution topography as an indicator of malaria risk: a remote sensing approach with satellite radar imagery. Biological Engineering Transactions 6(2):117-140.

13. Yamana T, Bomblies A, and Eltahir EAB. (2013) Linking environmental variability to village-scale malaria transmission using a simple immunity model. Parasites and Vectors 6(1):1-14. PDF

12. Haque U, Glass GE, Bomblies A, Hashizume M, Mitra D, Noman N, Haque W, Kabir M, Yamamoto T, and Overgaard HJ (2013). Risk factors associated with clinical malaria episodes in Bangladesh: a longitudinal study. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. 88(4): 727-732.


11. Stryker J and Bomblies A (2012) The impacts of land use change on malaria vector abundance in a water-limited, highland region of Ethiopia. EcoHealth. 9(4):455-470.

10. Bomblies A. (2012) The role of rainfall patterns in seasonal malaria transmission. Climatic Change 112(3): 673-685.


9. Trudel, RE and Bomblies, A. (2011) Larvicidal effects of Chinaberry (Melia azederach) powder on Anopheles arabiensis in Ethiopia. Parasites and Vectors 4, 72. PDF


8. Bomblies, A., and Eltahir, E.A.B. (2009) Assessment of the impact of climate shifts on malaria transmission in the Sahel. EcoHealth 6:426-437.

7. Bomblies, A., Duchemin, J.B., and Eltahir, E.A.B. (2009) A mechanistic approach for accurate simulation of village-scale malaria transmission Malaria Journal 8:223.

6. Gianotti, R. L., A. Bomblies, and E. A. B. Eltahir (2009), Hydrologic modeling to screen potential environmental management methods for malaria vector control in Niger, Water Resources Research, 45, W08438, doi:10.1029/2008WR007567.

2008 and older

5. Bomblies, A., J.-B. Duchemin, and E. A. B. Eltahir (2008), Hydrology of malaria: Model development and application to a Sahelian village, Water Resources Research, 44, W12445, doi:10.1029/2008WR006917.

4. Gianotti, R. *, Bomblies, A. *, Dafalla, M., Arzika, I., Duchemin, J.B. and Eltahir, E. (2008) Efficacy of local neem extracts for sustainable malaria vector control in an African village. Malaria Journal 7:138 *co-first authors PDF

3. Eltahir, E. A. B., Loux, B., Yamana, T.K., Bomblies, A. (2004), A see-saw oscillation between the Amazon and Congo basins, Geophysical Research Letters, 31(23): L23201, doi:10.1029/2004GL021160.

2. Bomblies, A., McKnight, D.M., and Andrews, E.D., (2001), Retrospective simulation of lake level rise in Lake Bonney based on recent 21-year record: Indication of recent climate change in the McMurdo Dry Valleys: Journal of Paleolimnology 25: 477-492.

1. McKnight, D.M., Niyogi, D.K., Alger, A.S., Bomblies, A., Conovitz, P.A., and Tate, C.M., (1999). Dry Valleys streams in Antarctica: ecosystems waiting for water. BioScience 49: 985-995.