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GHGeneral Hospital
GHGhana
GHGrowth Hormone
GHGuitar Hero (video game)
GHGhost Hunters
GHGreatest Hits
GHGran Hermano (Spanish TV program)
GHGlobal Health
GHGood Housekeeping (magazine)
GHGarden Hose
GHGastroenterology and Hepatology (journal)
GHGameHouse (website)
GHGeorge Harrison (musician)
GHGrand Haven (Michigan, USA)
GHGenital Herpes
GHGame Hunter (online gaming)
GHGrays Harbor (Washington state)
GHGig Harbor (Washington)
GHGesamthochschule (German: Integrated University on Major and Minor Academic Degrees)
GHGoosebumps Horrorland (horror novella)
GHGood Hand
GHGreen Howards (a British regiment)
GHGlenohumeral (joint)
GHGung Ho (album)
GHGalbadia Hotel (compter gaming website)
GHGeneral Hardness
GHGestational Hypertension (pregnancy)
GHGlobal Hero
GHGrant Hill (NBA Player)
GHGovernment House
GHGreenhorn
GHGesamthärte (German: Total Hardness of water)
GHGetting Hard
GHGordie Howe (pockey player)
GHGlobal Hawk (UAV)
GHGood Half (Counter-Strike gaming)
GHGun Hill (unstable mutant hemoglobin)
GHGuild House (Curtin University student housing, Australia)
GHGeneralized Hyperbolic
GHGunstar Heroes (game)
GHGlobal Hell
GHGhoti Hook (band)
GHGiga Hertz
GHGage Height
GHGakuen Heaven (anime)
GHGhana Airways - Ghana (IATA airline code)
GHGun Hill (NY bus depot)
GHGlobal Hand (Hong Kong)
GHGlast Heim (gaming, Ragnarok Online)
GHGameHippo (freeware gaming website)
GHGathering Home (eco-living website)
GHGood Hank (King of the Hill character)
GHGain Hit (Hekimian)
GHGustatory Hallucination (psychiatric assessment)
GHGlobalHelp (Help Desk Solutions)
GHGuardians of Honor (gaming community)
GHGrassheads (band)
GHGift and Hospitality
GHGlobal Hubbing (Global One)
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Figure 2A shows that the frequency of norovirus outbreaks has a highly nonlinear relationship with the normalized gage height (GH) and daily change in gage height (DCGH).
The data for gage height, temperature, and salinity were collected from USGS station 8211503, and rainfall data were collected from USGS station 8288570.
Changes in gage height and temperature had the greatest influence on model predictions, whereas salinity, rainfall, and wind also affected model predictions.
Environmental conditions that favored an outbreak in Area 7 on this date included an extremely low gage height (normalized value = 0.
2010), to our knowledge, this is the first time that gage height has been identified as an environmental factor associated with oyster norovirus outbreaks.
Our findings also suggest that norovirus outbreaks generally occur when extremely low gage height occurs in combination with low water temperature, low salinity, strong offshore wind, and heavy antecedent rainfall.
Gage height and temperature were the most important environmental predictors of oyster norovirus outbreaks, whereas wind, rainfall, and salinity also predicted norovirus outbreaks.