STP817

    Vertebrate Pest Control and Management Materials: Fourth Symposium

    Kaukeinen DE
    Published: 1983


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    Succeeds STP 752. 24 papers cover:
    • rodent an bird pests that affect agricultural crops
    • rodent behavior in the penetration of food packaging materials
    • canine predators that create nuisance or live stock depredation problems
    • new control approaches for these pests
    • and the impact of control on non-target animals.


    Table of Contents

    Introduction
    Kaukeinen D.

    Summary
    Kaukeinen D.

    Comparisons Between Vertebrate Pest Control Materials: Essential Considerations
    Lickliter R., Salmon T.

    Exploitable Characteristics of Neophobia and Food Aversions for Improvements in Rodent and Bird Control
    Mason J., Reidinger R.

    Bird Dispersal Recordings: An Overview
    Johnson R., Schmidt R.

    Tests of the Enhancement of Avian Repellent Chemicals with Sensory Cues
    Bruggers R., Bullard R., Schafer E.

    Estimating Bird Damage to Sprouting Rice
    Holler N., Lefebvre P., Mott D., Otis D.

    Laboratory Methods for Evaluating Bird Repellents Applied to Ripening Fruits
    DeHaven R., Tobin M.

    A Changeover Test Design to Compare the Relative Efficacies of Bird Repellent Seed Corn Treatments
    Heisterberg J., Otis D.

    A Test Protocol for Assessment of Primary Poisoning Hazard to Ground-Feeding Birds from Broadcast Pelletized Rodenticides
    Byers R., Kaukeinen D., Merson M.

    Development of a Preferred Bait for Quelea Control
    Gaddis S., Garrison M., Shumake S.

    Use of Outdoor Pens in Evaluating Field Efficacy of Rodenticides
    Daniel Ashton A., Jackson W., McCumber J.

    An Evaluation of Methods Used in Comparative Field Testing of Commensal Rodenticides
    Daniel Ashton A., Jackson W., McCumber J.

    A Method for Inferring the Taste Qualities of Rodenticides to Rodents
    Mason J., Reidinger R., Stewart C.

    Design and Evaluation Criteria for Development of Toxic Wicks for Rodent Control
    Kaukeinen D., Morris K., Proctor R.

    Field Methodology for Evaluating Rodenticide Efficacy
    Jackson W., Spaulding S.

    An Approach for Evaluating Food Container Resistance to Damage by Individual Norway Rats
    Glahn J., LaVoie G.

    A Laboratory Test Method for Evaluating the Efficacy of Glueboards for Trapping House Mice
    Frantz S., Padula C.

    A Simulated Burrow System for Laboratory Evaluation of Vertebrate Control Fumigants
    Elias D., Fall M., Hayes D., Savarie P.

    Methods for Assessing Rat Damage to Growing Wheat in Bangladesh, with Examples of Applications
    Brooks J., Poché R., Sultana P.

    An Evaluation of Visual Counts for Censusing Ground Squirrels
    Fagerstone K.

    Plot Occupancy for Indicating Pocket Gopher Abundance and Conifer Damage
    Anthony R., Barnes V.

    Methods Used in the Field Evaluation of Anticoagulant Rodenticides in India
    Mathur R., Prakash I.

    Criteria for the Development of Coyote Lures
    Barnum D., Fagre D., Howard W., Schultz T., Stern D., Teranishi R.

    Criteria for the Selection and Development of Predacides
    Connolly G., Savarie P.

    Evaluation and Control Implications of Behavior of Feral Dogs in Interior Alaska
    Gipson P.

    Index


    Committee: E35

    Paper ID: STP817-EB

    DOI: 10.1520/STP817-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4883-3

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0213-2

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