Apr 03 2017

Amazing history of maps and diseases

published by Eric van Rees
in blog Geoawesomeness
original entryAmazing history of maps and diseases

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The idea that diseases have a spatial component and therefore can be mapped can be traced as far as the late 1600s. This period is the starting point for author Tom Koch, a clinical ethicist, gerontologist and professor, who was interested in the relationship between mapping and medical science. The motive behind his research that […]

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