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Table 1 Literature review data categorized* according to spatiotemporal scales of human mobility

From: Analysing human population movement data for malaria control and elimination

  Spatial scales of human mobility
Neighbourhood Regional Intranational International
Temporal scales of human mobility
 Daily Carrasco-Escobar et al. [13]
Hast et al. [14]
Searle et al. [15]
   
 Periodic Carrasco-Escobar et al. [13]
Hast et al. [14]
Searle et al. [15]
Knudson et al. 2020 [16] Sinha et al. 2020 [17], Guerra et al. 2019 [18], Chang et al. 2018 [19], Ihantamalala et al. 2018 [20], Tatem et al. 2014 [21], Wesolowski et al. 2014 [22], Wesolowski et al. 2012 [23],
Le Menach et al. 2011 [24]
Tessema, Wesolowski et al. 2019 [25], Tatem et al. 2017 [26], Ruktanonchai et al. 2016 [27], Huang et al. 2013 [28]
 Seasonal Hast et al. [14]
Searle et al. [15]
  Cohen et al. 2013 [29] Saita et al. 2019 [30]
 Migration     Pindolia et al. 2014 [31], Pindolia et al. 2013 [32], Tatem et al. 2010 [33]
  1. *Definition of spatial and temporal categories [34]:
  2. Spatial categories
  3. Spatial categories were defined according to the spatial resolution of sampling
  4. Neighbourhood: Sampling occurred within a district
  5. Regional: Sampling occurred within an administrative division of a country
  6. Intranational: Sampling occurred within a nation
  7. International: Sampling occurred in two or more nations
  8. Temporal categories
  9. Temporal categories were defined according to the temporal resolution of sampling
  10. Daily: The timing of the usual activities of participants’ days was captured
  11. Periodic: Intermittent movement at intervals was captured. In this paper, these intervals are defined as longer than a day [e.g. weekly, monthly], but not capturing seasonal variations
  12. Seasonal: Movement relating to certain seasons of the year was captured, thus capturing seasonal variations of movement
  13. Migration: Movement from one’s place of abode to settle in another country