Corpus ID: 51997644

Mosquito Control : Perspectives on Current Issues and Challenges

@inproceedings{Dale2017MosquitoC,
  title={Mosquito Control : Perspectives on Current Issues and Challenges},
  author={P. Dale and J. Knight},
  year={2017}
}
  • P. Dale, J. Knight
  • Published 2017
  • Mosquitoes are nuisances and vectors of disease. Effective mosquito control minimises human exposure to biting and infection risk. Various species transmit a wide range of diseases [1]. The major potentially deadly ones include yellow fever and malaria; serious and sometimes fatal ones include Dengue, Encephalitis (Eastern Equine encephalitis in USA; Japanese encephalitis in Asia [2]); less serious and often not fatal but nonetheless important diseases include West Nile virus (imported into USA… CONTINUE READING

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