Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Pesticide Wildlife Review, 1959 (Classic Reprint) by James B. DewittBureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Pesticide Wildlife Review, 1959 (Classic Reprint) by James B. Dewitt

Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Pesticide Wildlife Review, 1959 (Classic Reprint)

byJames B. Dewitt

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Excerpt from Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Pesticide Wildlife Review, 1959

Arkansas: Messrs. Harold E. Alexander, Clyde Goddard, and Sam Gooden, of the State Game and Fish Commission, who supplied reports on the wildlife effects of 20 pounds of 10% heptachlor granules as used in the fire ant pro gram in Union County; and Mr. W. P. Boyer, entomologist at the Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Arkansas, who furnished a summary of a study of insects in hibernation in treated and untreated fire ant areas in Union County.

Florida: Mr. Donald D. Strode, of the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis sion, who furnished reports on the effects of 20 pounds per acre of 10% heptachlor granules as used in the fire ant program in Jefferson County.

Georgia: Dr. James H. Jenkins, of the University of Georgia, who super vised the studies of Mr. Curtis Wilson and furnished reports on the wildlife effects of 20 pounds per acre of 10% heptachlor granules in Decatur County, and of the results of pen tests at the University. The extensive quail cen suses in Decatur County were taken by Mr. Walter Rosene, Jr., of the Bureau's pesticide-wildlife staff.

Louisiana: Dr. Leslie L. Glasgow, of Louisiana State University, who conducted studies, partly under contract with the Bureau, of the effects of 20 pounds per acre of 10% heptachlor granules as used in the imported fire ant control program on various vertebrate and invertebrate populations in Acadia, West Baton Rouge, Concordia, St. Landry, Iberville, and Vermillion Parishes; and Mr. John D. Newsom, of Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission, who studied the effects of heptachlor on wildlife in Concordia Parish.

Massachusetts: Dr. William G. Sheldon of this Bureau and Leader of the Massachusetts Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, and Mr. Wendell B. Dodge, who furnished, under contractual arrangement with the Bureau, a report of the effects of ddt, heptachlor, and dieldrin on penned woodcock.

Michigan: Professor George J. Wallace, of Michigan State University, who studied (partly under contract with the Bureau) the effects of ddt as used in Dutch elm disease control on birds in 1 sprayed and l unsprayed community.

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Title:Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife, Pesticide Wildlife Review, 1959 (Classic Reprint)Format:PaperbackDimensions:48 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.1 inPublished:January 17, 2019Publisher:1KG LimitedLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0259756067

ISBN - 13:9780259756064

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