West Nile Virus Maps, 2003
Why does the US Geological Survey have the best maps for West Nile virus? It’s a USGS processing of official CDC data, and it’s very usable. Just click on your state for a county by county breakdown. I like this kind of data because it’s very accessible to any reader.
I have no idea why some states aren’t supplying data to the CDC. Can someone enlighten me? The other thing that comes screaming through is that Colorado is West Nile central.
Update: Californias’ not providing data to the CDC is all the more curious: CDC: Calif. next year’s likely West Nile epicenter