Surface Water and Flood Dynamics Increase Population Vulnerability to Waterborne Disease and Climate Change

They discovered that increases in diarrheal disease cases were closely tied to periods of rainfall, flood recession, and changes in surface water quality, with a 1 meter drop in river height in the dry season associated with a staggering 16.7 percent increase in diarrheal disease in children under 5.

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