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Table 1 Summary of statistical characteristics of the climatic and socioeconomic variables used for this study in Mexico and Europe

From: Climate change and the emergence of vector-borne diseases in Europe: case study of dengue fever

  Mean s.d Min Max
Mexican data     
Population density 260.22 989.96 3.6 5923.8
Urban population 71.72 15.59 35.72 100
GDP 10.55 5.11 4.31 33.16
Tmin 13.29 5.58 -2.87 24.88
Tmax 28.5 4.39 13.32 39.95
Precipitation 72.73 88.49 0 802.45
Humidity 70.79 17.66 13.34 97.41
European data     
Baseline conditions     
Population density 105.06 360 0 14820.6
Urban population 16.82 31.3 0 100
GDP 23.57 8.78 4.62 129
Tmin 4.52 6.92 -16.57 24.01
Tmax 12.3 10.05 -11.84 44.09
Precipitation 70.98 39 0 620.19
Humidity 81.08 14.01 25.69 97.75
2011-2040     
Tmin 5.01 7.24 -15.79 24.75
Tmax 12.82 10.5 -10.55 44.45
Precipitation 69.6 39.53 0 650.34
Humidity 80.5 14.76 25.82 97.99
2041-2070     
Tmin 6.60 6.91 -14.44 26.66
Tmax 14.52 10.4 -8.88 46.46
Precipitation 69.98 39.64 0 628.87
Humidity 79.76 15.89 24.35 98.25
2071-2100     
Tmin 7.92 6.88 -12.21 28.4
Tmax 15.88 10.54 -7.65 48.45
Precipitation 70.28 42.21 0 718.44
Humidity 79.26 16.51 23.65 98.22
  1. s.d: standard deviation, Min: minimum value, Max: maximum value. Tmin: minimum temperature, Tmax: maximum temperature. Units of measures: Population density (number of people/km2), Urban population (% population living in urban areas), GDP (thousand International dollars), Temperature (degrees Celsius), Precipitation (milimetres), Humidity (milibars).