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IJSTR >> Volume 3- Issue 8, August 2014 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Gis Based Site Selection For Fixing Uv Light Adult Mosquito Trap And Gravid Adult Mosquito Trap For Epidemic Control In The Urban Settlements

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AUTHOR(S)

M. Palaniyandi

 

KEYWORDS

Keywords: GIS grid sampling, GPS, UV light adult mosquito trap, gravid adult mosquito trap, mosquito nuisance, vector mosquito control, epidemic control

 

ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT: The mosquito’s nuisance becomes major problems in the metropolitan cities in India now days. The endemic situation of vector borne diseases (VBDs) and the sporadic of such diseases, known as, malaria, filariasis, JE, dengue and chikungunya have been most important challenging problems in the urban settlements now days in India. The Arc View 3.2, Arc View Spatial analysis and Arc View image analyst GIS was used for creating a systematic grids on 2.5 km interval for fixing the UV adult traps for collecting the optimum vector mosquitoes in the domestic and peripheral domestic areas in the city. The GIS based (2.5km X 2.5km) grid map was overlaid on the Pondicherry town digital map on 1:50,000 scale. GARMIN 12XL GPS was used for site selection for fixing the adult UV traps in the inter section or nearby inter section of the grids points. The of Anopheles genus, Culex genus and Aedes genus vector mosquitoes were collected every day, using normal light adult trap and UV light adult trap, and it was transferred to MS excel work sheet for mapping and analysis. The GIS was used to analysis and recommended for control activities and management of the present situation of mosquito nuisance in the metropolitan cities.

 

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