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Wildlife effects of DDT dust used for tick control on a Texas prairie
A large scale field triai of the value of DDT in control of the Lone Star tick (Amblyomma americanum) was made by the U. S. Army and the U. S. Department of Agriculture in the summer of 1947. A 10Expand
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Preliminary Screening of White-Tailed Deer Repellents
groups per SU. Precision based on TEMP plots was at least equal to precision based on PERM plots. Potential bias in placing TEMP plots established by pacing was not examined by this study becauseExpand
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Evaluation of White-Tailed Deer Repellents
Land and Water Resour., Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park. 96pp. BLOMQUIST, G. 1981. The value of human life: an empirical perspective. Econ. Inq. 19:157-160. DILLMAN, D. A. 1978. Mail andExpand
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A PRACTICAL FENCE TO REDUCE DEER DAMAGE
A survey of the growers. M.S. Thesis. The Ohio State Univ., Columbus. viii + 118pp. SEN, A. R. 1973. Some non-sampling errors in the Canadian waterfowl mail survey. J. Wildl. Manage. 36:951-954.Expand
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The Program to Eradicate the Fire Ant
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Effects on wildlife of aerial applications of strobane, DDT, and BHC to tidal marshes in Delaware
The principal purpose of this study was to ascertain what effects on wildlife, if any, would result from the use of Strobane for mosquito control. Its potentialities as a control agent have beenExpand
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