Disease ecology and population - environment interactions: Focus on Kenya and Finland

Four talks of approximately 20 minutes will be given, with time for Q&A and discussion between talks and at the end of the session:

1. Remote sensing of the impact of land change to climate and ecosystem services in tropical highland-lowland ecosystem in Taita Hills, Kenya (Prof Petri Pellikka)

2. Spatiotemporal clustering patterns and sociodemographic determinants of COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) infections in Helsinki, Finland (Mika Siljander)

3. Emerging zoonotic viral infections in changing environment in Kenya (Dr. Essi Korhonen)

4. Seasonal distribution of Stegomyia aegypti and potential effect of house structure on the mosquito abundance in Taita Hills, Kenya (Dr. RuutUusitalo)