STP 974 is the latest offering in the continuing series on the subject of test methods development for materials used in controlling of managing vertebrate pests. Information on birds, rodents and predators/deer is presented in 18 papers. A majority of the papers in this volume are directed toward efficacy evaluation based on new or existing field test methods.
Bullard R., Shumake S.
Key Word Standardization in Vertebrate Pest Control
Salmon T., Schmidt R., Timm R.
Surveys as an Approach to Gathering Animal Damage Information
Crabb A., Marsh R., Salmon T.
Evaluating Corn Varieties for Resistance to Damage by Blackbirds and Starlings
Dolbeer R., Otis D., Woronecki P.
Evaluation of Repellent Seed Treatments and Effects on Early Corn Performance
Burnside O., Johnson R., Koehler A., Lowry S.
A Test Method That Evaluates Avian Perch Repellents
Schafer E., Scott E.
Efficacy Testing of an Ultrasonic Bird Repeller
Procedures for Assessing Secondary Poisoning Hazards of Rodenticides to Owls
Colvin B., Hegdal P.
Tetracyclines as Fluorescent Bone Markers in Cotton and Roof Rats
Decker D., Lefebvre L., Pendergast J.
Retention of Physiological Marks by Coyotes Ingesting Baits Containing Iophenoxic Acid, Mirex, and Rhodamine B
Hayes D., Knowlton F., Savarie P., Wahlgren C.
Test Methods for Steel Foothold Traps: Criteria and Performance Standards
Linhart S., Linscombe R.
A Methodology for Identifying Sources of Indirect Costs of Predation Control: A Study of Wyoming Sheep Producers
Anderson S., Jahnke L., McDonald L., Phillips C.
A Review of Some Mule Deer Capture Operations
Browne R., Godfrey M., Smith L.
Paper ID: STP974-EB