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Fig. 7

From: Assessing changing weather and the El Niño Southern Oscillation impacts on cattle rabies outbreaks and mortality in Costa Rica (1985–2016)

Fig. 7

Cross correlation functions between weather variables and cattle rabies. a Temperature and cattle rabies outbreaks (most significant correlations at lags 4 and 17 months). b Rainfall and cattle rabies outbreaks (most significant correlations at lags 6, 11 and 16 months). c Temperature and cattle rabies outbreak mortality (significant at lag 17 months). d Rainfall and cattle rabies outbreak mortality (no significant lag). Blue dashed lines indicate the 95% confidence limits for correlations that can be expected by random

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