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Health of People, Places and Planet

List of Figures

Figure 1 The ‘triangle of biosensitivity’ xlvi

Figure 1.1 Tony McMichael in Anchorage, Alaska, where he spoke at the 20th International Epidemiological Association congress 24

Figure 3.1 A.G. Stokes, Veggies in the sky 52

Figure 3.2 John Reid, View to Grose Valley from Enniskillen Orchard Stall, 2010 53

Figure 3.3 Marzena Wasikowska, Western Sydney Landscape Contestants 1–4 (detail: 1 Intensive Real Estate), 2010 53

Figure 3.4 Leo Robba, Contested Landscapes: Split Views, 2010 54

Figure 3.5 Jo Donnelly, Populate and Perish!, 2010 54

Figure 3.6 Judith Ringger, ‘cheque’ burial, 2010 55

Figure 3.7 Aria Stone, Going … Going … Gone, 2010 55

Figure 3.8 Sue Downes, Keep it cool, 2010 56

Figure 4.1 Levels of work organisation primary interventions and where critical exposure levels can be used to inform these interventions. 88

Figure 7.1 Developmental status at different ages by thirds of lifetime average blood lead concentration at age two years 140

Figure 9.1 The demographic transition in Thailand. 157

Figure 9.2 Multilevel eco-social health model. 160

Figure 9.3 Publications over time for two seminal cohort studies.Data not cumulative 162

Figure 9.4 Mean heights (95 per cent CIs) among Thai men classified by their location (whether rural or urban) at age 10–12 167

Figure 9.5. Publications arising from the Thai Cohort Study each year. 168

Figure 10.1 Trends in annual total rainfall, 1960–2009 (millimetres per decade) 181

Figure 10.2 Broadly defined non-metropolitan climate change impact hotspots in Australia 184

Figure 11.1 Barbara McClintock in the laboratory, 26 March 1947. 198

Figure 11.2 Varieties of maize. 199

Figure 12.1 The dimensions of epidemiological research. 216

Figure 14.1. World hunger (millions) and 2015 hunger targets, 1990–2015. 269

Figure 14.2. Global per capita production of grain and soy, 1961–2013,total and partly adjusted for ethanol from US maize 275

Figure 18.1 The biogas compound. The foreground building contains the latrines and the adjacent building is the community kitchen 359

Figure 18.2 The community towards the end of the wet season,September 2012, looking east from the main road over the river 360

Figure 18.3 The community during the dry season, February 2013. 360

Figure 19.1 Mavis Ngallametta and Stuart Korkaktain discussing the management of their country, Kendal River, Cape York 370

Figure 24.1 Potential relationships between climate change, biodiversity loss and the ‘emergence’ of vector-borne disease problems 443

Figure 28.1 Grey and green space in urban areas. 494

Figure 28.2 Characteristics of urban trees in northern and eastern Adelaide suburbs 498

Figure 29.1 Multiple cross-species origins of human immunodeficiency viruses (HIV) 516

Figure 29.2 Co-speciation of lymphocryptic herpesvirus (EBV) genomes and their hosts. The estimated time back to the most recent common ancestor is broadly the same for virus and host 518

Figure 29.3 Gamma-retrovirus genomes can be transmitted either vertically as Mendelian traits or horizontally as infectious virus particles 523

Figure 36.1 The urban and rural population of the world in millions,1950–2050 596


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