Medieval plague outbreaks in Europe, and the main traderoutes at that time linking Europe to Asian plague reservoirs


<p>Data presented here is based on the paper </p> <p>"<strong>Climate-driven introduction of the Black Death and successive plague reintroductions into Europe</strong>", in PNAS.org</p> <p>Raw datasets of the <em>medieval</em> plague outbreaks, <em>current-day</em> plague reservoirs, and the compilation of <em>medieval traderoutes</em> (based on OWTRAD) available at Zenodo.</p> <p> </p> <p>Note that the maps of current-day plague reservoirs were based on publically available data, are focused on Asia, and are not exhaustive. These were gathered and digitized by W. Ryan Easterday. Source articles for each of the plague foci are available in the Plague Foci Eurasia.kmz at Zenodo</p> <p> </p> <p>Traderoute data:</p> <p>Ciolek, T. Matthew. 1999 - present. Old World Trade Routes (OWTRAD) Project. Canberra: www.ciolek.com - Asia Pacific Research Online.<br>www.ciolek.com/owtrad.html</p

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