Ecological niche modeling (ENM) has been used in the study of the ecological characteristics and distribution of a variety of diseases, such as dengue fever (12), leishmaniasis (13), plague (14,15), tularemia (14,16), West Nile virus infection (17), avian influenza (18,19), filovirus infections (20,21), and monkeypox (22-24).
What does ENM stand for?
ENM stands for Ecological Niche Modeling
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We have 61 other meanings of ENM in our Acronym Attic
- European Nutrition Leadership Program (est. 1994)
- Marine Corps Enlisted Promotion Manual
- Emergency Neurologic Life Support
- Essex-Newark Legal Services (New Jersey)
- European Network for Language Testing and Assessment (The European Commission)
- Extending and Enhancing the National Library of Virtual Manipulatives (Utah State University)
- École Nationale de la Magistrature (French)
- École Nationale de la Météorologie (French: National School of Meteorology)
- École Nationale de Musique (French: National School of Music)
- École Normale de Musique de Paris
- Emergency Notification Message
- Ensemble Neue Musik (German music ensemble)
- Enterprise Network Management
- Enterprise Network Model
- EPLRS (Enhanced Position Location Reporting System) Network Manager
- Ethical Non-Monogamy (dating)
- Extended Network Manager (Harris Corp.)
- Energy Management Association of the Philippines
- Environmental Mapping and Analysis Program (German Aerospace Center)
- Estonian National Maritime Board (est. 1991; Ministry of Transport and Communications; Estonia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Predicting distributions of Mexican mammals using ecological niche modeling.
A recently developed approach to predicting species distribution is ecological niche modeling ("ENM"; Peterson 2003) where a suite of techniques are used to estimate the species' environmental requirements in broad, coarse-resolution dimensions (Soberon 2007, 2010).
Here the geographical distributions of two Mesobuthus scorpions in China are provided through a combined study of systematic field surveys and GIS-based ecological niche modeling using 227 surveyed point occurrence data across an area of ca.
Other topics include ecological niche modeling in Western North American deserts, climatologic effects on the risk of infection, molecular cloning and expression of a cDNA, treatment of ocular coccidioidimycosis in a captive chimpanzee, and azole therapy.
Ecological niche modeling and differentiation of populations of Triatoma brasiliensis Neiva, 1911, the most important Chagas disease vector in northeastern Brazil (Hemiptera, Reduviidae, Triatominae).
Distributional prediction based on ecological niche modeling of primary occurrence data.