Vertebrate Pest Control and Management Materials

    Beck JR
    Published: 1979

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    The second symposium on Test Methods for Vertebrate Pest Control and Management Materials was held 10 March 1978 in Monterey, Calif. Committee E35 on Pesticides of the American Society for Testing and Materials sponsored the event. J. R. Beck, Biological Environmental Consultant Services, presided as chairman of the symposium and served as editor of this publication.

    Table of Contents

    Beck J.

    Beck J.

    Use of Burrows for Evaluating Rodenticide Efficacy in Urban Areas
    Jackson W.

    Comparison of EPA Animal Biology Laboratory and Company Laboratory Efficacy Data for Federally Registered Rat and Mouse Baits
    Palmateer S., Peacock D.

    Procedures for Sampling Urban Rat Populations for Anticoagulant Resistance Evaluation
    Frantz S.

    Evaluation of Nonlethal Electrical Barriers for Crop Protection Against Rodent Damage
    Fall M., Kolz A., Reidinger R., Shumake S.

    Rodent Population Activity Monitoring Methods for Evaluating Acute Rodenticide Tracking Powders
    Williams R.

    Test Method for Evaluating the Efficacy of Rodenticides Against Anticoagulant-Resistant Norway Rat
    Matheny R., Peacock D., Peardon D., Ware J.

    A Safe and Inexpensive Way of Making South Korean Villages Rodent-Free
    Cho W., Howard W., Kim S., Park J.

    Criteria for Trap Evaluation
    Jackson W., Temme M.

    Field Methods for Census Taking of Commensal Rodents in Rodenticide Evaluations
    Kaukeinen D.

    Age as a Factor in Rodent Susceptibility to Rodenticides—A Review
    Marsh R., Salmon T.

    Microtus Dry Bait Laboratory Efficacy Test Method
    Byers R., Palmateer S.

    Peromyscus Acute and Anticoagulant Dry Bait Laboratory Efficacy Test Method
    Palmateer S.

    The Influence of Four Exclusion Cylinder Designs on Alfalfa Growth
    Sauer W.

    Seed Impregnation with Rhodamine B Dye for Studying Wild Animals
    Anthony R., Evans J., Heebner C., Lindsey G.

    Evaluation of Deer Damage in Mature Apple Orchards
    Katsma D., Rusch D.

    Evaluation of Deer Damage to Hay in Southern Wisconsin
    Mullen C., Rongstad O.

    Indicator Bird Species for Toxicity Determinations: Is the Technique Usable in Test Method Development?
    Brunton R., Schafer E.

    Evaluation and Results of a Survey of Blackbird and Mammal Damage to Mature Field Corn Over a Large (Three-State) Area
    Otis D., Palmer D., Stickley A.

    Two-Choice Preference Testing of Taste Repellency in Quelea quelea
    Bullard R., Shumake S.

    Evaluating Curb as a Crop Repellent to West African Bird Pests
    Bruggers R.

    Procedure for Visually Estimating Bird Damage to Grapes
    DeHaven R., Hothem R.

    Preliminary Studies of a Bird Damage Assessment Technique for Trellised Grapes
    Crabb A., Martin L.

    Evaluating Bird Protection to Mechanically Sown Rice Seed Treated with Methiocarb at Nianga, Senegal, West Africa
    Bruggers R., Ruelle P.

    Improving Efficacy Testing of Bird-Repellent Seed Treatments
    Linehan J.

    Laboratory Trials Using Fluorescent Dyes and Paints as Marking Agents for Quelea Studies
    Bortoli L., Bruggers R.

    Testing for Daily Susceptibility Cycles in Birds Exposed to Avicides
    Crabb A.

    Laboratory Method for Determining the Lethal Exposure Time50 (LET50) of Contact Avicides Used in Wicked-Perches
    Crabb A., Nichols C.

    Experimental Design for Field Evaluation of Odor Attractants for Predators
    Bowden D., Roughton R.

    Testing the Responses of Coyotes and Other Predators to Odor Attractants
    Bullard R., Green B., Popelka M., Turkowski F.

    Evaluation of Oral Central Nervous System Depressants in Coyotes
    Roberts J., Savarie P.

    Proposed Efficacy Test for Dog Repellents Designed to Reduce Urination on Established Scent Posts
    McCann J., Snider C.

    Rationale for Testing Vertebrate Pesticides and Devices in Actual Field Situations
    Beck J., Stein H.

    The Effects of Environmental-Political Factors on Predator Research
    Beasom S., Wade D.

    Using Computers in Evaluating Vertebrate Pest Control Procedures
    Giles R.


    Committee: E35

    DOI: 10.1520/STP680-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4748-5

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0594-2

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