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    Longitudinal Studies of Rodent Reserviors of Hantaviruses in the American Southwest

    View Protocols:      Mammal Sampling | Plant Sampling | Arthropod Sampling

    New Mexico Research Sites:

    Placitas. New Mexico: Sandoval co. A piñon/juniper woodland site located in the foothills of the Sandia mountains, approximately 24 km N of Albuquerque. Elevation 1830m.

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    Navajo. New Mexico: Mckinley co. A piñon/juniper woodland, ponderosa pine transition zone located approximately 32 km S of Gallup. Elevation 2160 m.

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    Zuni. New Mexico: Mckinley co. A piñon/juniper grassland located on the Zuni Indian reservation, approximately 50 km S of Gallup. Elevation 2040 m.

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    Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge. New Mexico: Socorro co. A desert grassland site located on the Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge, 90 km S of Albuquerque. Elevation 1500m.

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