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Fig. 5 | Malaria Journal

Fig. 5

From: Evaluation of different deployment strategies for larviciding to control malaria: a simulation study

Fig. 5

Relative reduction in prevalence due to larviciding compared by seasonal timing at moderate transmission intensity (EIR = 10). A Reduction in prevalence after one year with larviciding deployed for one year compared to 120 days at varying seasons. The x-axis shows the effective larviciding coverage, with coverage above 60% shadowed in grey as these coverage levels might be difficult to achieve in practice [54, 56]. The diagonal black line indicates a 1-to-1 relationship. B Relative reduction in prevalence at the end of the deployment period (120 days) at moderate transmission for varying deployment starts, relative to the peak in transmission. The t denotes the time in days after intervention start. Mosquito density-dependence parameters were fixed and uncertainty intervals are not shown

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