Cold-Season Temperature and Rainfall Drive Climate Suitability for Ticks in California

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A new CDC study finds cold-season temperature and rainfall are the two leading factors that determine climate suitability for ticks within California, deeming the state’s far northern coast and the western Sierra Nevada foothills as the most likely habitat for the western…

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