STP625

    Test Methods for Vertebrate Pest Control and Management Materials

    Jackson WB, Marsh RE
    Published: 1977


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    Presents information on controls for forest and rangeland birds and rodents, commensal rodents, larger mammals, disease control and protection of crops.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Marsh R.

    Summary
    Jackson W.

    Evaluations of Control Agents for Conifer Seed Protection
    Lindsey G.

    Exclusion Cyclinders as a Means of Assessing Losses of Vegetation Due To Ground Squirrel Feeding
    Sauer W.

    An Exclosure Method for Quantifying Vertebrate Pesticide Residues from Rangeland Vegetation
    Tietjen H.

    A Device for Bioassay of Response to Olfactory Stimuli in Wild Rodents
    Christiansen E., Døving K., Mørk E.

    A Method for Assessing Deposits of Aerially Applied Aqueous Pest Control Agents
    Cunningham D., Schafer E., Starr R.

    Bioassay Methods Guilding the Development of a Big Game Repellent
    Gauditz I.

    Impact of Pocket Gophers (Thomomys talpoides) on the Quantitative Productivity of Rangeland Vegetation in Southern Alberta: A Damage Assessment Tool
    Alsager D.

    Rat and Mouse Acute Liquid Bait Test Method
    Palmateer S.

    Field Testing Method Used in Evaluating Acute Commensal Rodenticides
    Peardon D.

    Cage Units and Procedures Designed for the Testing of Toxic Rodent Tracking Powders
    Marsh R.

    Equipment and Methods Available for Measuring the Behavioral Response of Rodents to Odors
    Marsh R., Salmon T.

    Techniques for the Evaluation of Potential Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) Chemosterilants
    Godfrey M.

    Chemosterilant Evaluation in Coyotes: Parameters for Animal Selection and Laboratory Methodology
    Gates N.

    Test Methods for Determining the Efficacy of Coyote Attractants and Repellents
    Dasch G., Linhart S., Roberts J., Savarie P.

    Proposed Efficacy Test for Aerosol Dog Repellents that Are Designed to Reduce Damage to Garbage Bags
    McCann J., Snider C.

    Considerations in the Application of Aversive Conditioning
    Dorrance M., Gilbert B.

    Guidelines for Field Evaluations of Repellents to Control Deer Damage to Reforestation
    Campbell D., Evans J.

    A Method for Evaluating Coyote Scent Baits
    Howard W., Monroe M., Murphy E., Teranishi R., Timm R.

    Standard Guideline for the Use and Development of Sodium Monofluoroacetate (Compound 1080) as a Predacide (ASTM Designation E 590-76)
    Wade D.

    A Cage Test for the Evaluation of House Finch Repellents for Grapes
    Crase F., DeHaven R.

    Field Testing a Bird Repellent Chemical on Cereal Crops
    Jackson J., Martin L.

    Learned Aversion in Wild Birds: A Method for Testing Comparative Acute Repellency
    Brunton R., Lockyer N., Schafer E.

    Considerations in Testing Vertebrate Pesticides To Be Used in Disease-Control Activities
    Beck J., Jackson W.

    Testing Effectiveness of a Chemical as a Bird Repellent on Pearl Millet in Somalia
    Holcomb L.

    Efficacy Experiments Involving Avian Pest Control Materials: Design Considerations Imposed by the Scientific Method
    Ingram C.

    Use of Male Coturnix Quail in the Laboratory Development of Avian Chemosterilants
    Brunton R., Guarino J., Schafer E.

    A Simplified Method to Evaluate the Efficacy Potential of Spray-on Bird Repellents Under Simulated Natural Conditions in Cornfields
    Alsager D.

    Index


    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP625-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP625-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4698-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0199-9

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