Hi Siriphak. Same to Boonyarat, I was joining this forum when it was almost finished. My apologize. But I catched up some points in this paper.
While most kinds of the literature suggest that submicroscopic malaria (defined as low-density Plasmodium) is detected in the migrant population through travel activities from an endemic area, this research revealed that residing in the lakeshore contributes to vulnerability the most. I preferably argue that the male factor supports the continuity of SMM chain transmission as they have much more opportunities to go outside in the afternoon and back home at night while the home is around the lakeshore. To address the 2nd discussion, my opinion is human behavior. People tend to have much more activities in the dry season which shares a significant impact on the prevalence of Malaria.