Berrang-Ford, L., J.D. MacLean, T.W. Gyorkos, J.D. Ford, N.H. Ogden (2009).¬†Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Infectious Disease¬†(ID 385487):1-13. Find PDF. This article examines the potential for changes in imported and autochthonous malaria incidence in Canada as a consequence of climate change. Drawing on a systems framework, we qualitatively characterize and assess the potential direct and indirect impact of climate change on malaria in Canada within the context of other concurrent ecological and social trends. Competent malaria vectors currently exist in southern Canada, including within this range several major urban centres, and conditions here have historically supported endemic malaria transmission. Climate change will increase the occurrence of temperatureRead More →