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Relative importance of meteorological variables in predicting the probability of F. hepatica infestation, as determined by the jackknife analysis. Variables producing higher trainings gain are considered to be more important (more predictive). L1 – Water; L2 – Deciduous Needleleaf Forest; L3 – Deciduous Broadleaf Forest; L4 – Theropencedrymion; L5 – Wooded Grassland; L6 – Grassland; L7 – Closed Shrubland; L8 – Open Shrubland; L9 – Cropland; L10 – Bare Ground; L11 – Urban and Built; L12 – Slope; L13 – Digital elevation; M1 – Monthly maximum temperature; M2 – Monthly minimum temperature; M3 – Mean monthly temperature; M4 – Monthly temperature range; M5 – Relative humidity; M6 – Rainfall; M7 – Solar radiation.

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