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Table 1 Characteristics of the communities where the surveys were carried out [24]

From: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding vector-borne diseases in central Mexico

  Characteristics
Regions Municipalities Coordinates Altitude (masl) Study site Total population (inhabitants) T Precipitation (mm) Climate
North Jonotla 20° 00’ and 20° 10’ N, 97° 27’ and 97° 36’ W 100–1100 20 4,678 20–26 °C 2400–4100 Semi-hot humid
Xicotepec de Juárez 20° 13’ and 20° 26’ N, 97° 45’ and 98° 02’ W 180–1700 108 71 454 16–26 °C 1900–2600 Semi-hot humid
Center Tepeaca 18° 55’ and 19° 08’ N, 97° 48’ and 97° 58’ W 2080–2860 64 67,157 12–18 °C 600–900 Temperate subhumid
San Andres Cholula 18° 59’ and 19° 04’ N, 98° 15’ and 98° 21’ W 2000–2180 23 80,118 14–18 °C. 800–1000 Temperate subhumid
South Jolalpan 18° 10’ and 18° 26’ N, 98° 45’ and 99° 04’ W 700–1700 64 11,771 22–28 °C 800–1000 Hot subhumid
Zapotitlán Salinas 18° 07’ and 18° 25’ N, 97° 24’ and 97° 41’ W 1200–2500 69 7774 14–22 °C 400–700 Semiarid temperate