(ädämäwä`, ăd'əmä`wə), plateau, c.26,000 sq mi (67,300 sq km), N central Cameroon and E Nigeria, W central Africa. It is sparsely populated, and chiefly used for grazing. Tin is mined there and bauxite mining began in 1976. The Benue River rises on the plateau.
To assess herdsmen's ability to correctly identify FMD and to compare the sensitivity and specificity of herdsman reporting with that of serologic testing, we conducted a cross-sectional study of FMD on the Adamawa plateau, the major cattle-rearing area of Cameroon.
Prevalence of FMD among cattle, Adamawa plateau, Cameroon, according to different surveillance methods, 2000 * Previous 2 years, % (95% Previous 1 year, % CI)([dagger]) (95% CI)([dagger]) Administrative Herdsmen's VN testing Herdsmen's I-ELISA division reports reports Vina 89.