University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, 1993, Marine- Estuarine-
|Areas of Expertise/Interest:
factors that influence the density and diversity of wildlife species at
all levels of biological
organizations in support of regulatory and management programs focused on
Adjunct Professor, Department of Animal and Avian Sciences, University of Maryland; Instructor, 'Pesticide effects on fish and wildlife resources'. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Education and Training Center.
The Use of Forward Looking Infrared (FLIR) and Harmonic Radar to Locate Bird Carcasses in Agricultural Areas
Risk quotient field validation pilot project for selected pesticides
N.B., J.W. Spann, G.H. Heinz. 2001. Lead shot toxicity to passerines.
Environ. Pollut. 111:135-138.
Vyas, N.B., J.W. Spann, G.H. Heinz, W.N.
Beyer, J.A. Jaquette, J.M. Mengelkoch, 2000.
Lead poisoning of passerines at a trap and skeet range.
Environ. Pollut. 107:159-166.
Vyas, N.B. 1999.
Factors influencing the estimation of pesticide-related wildlife
mortality. J. Toxicol. Indus. Health.
Vyas, N.B. and D.J.
Call. 1997. A method for
long-distance transport of apple snail (Pomacea paludosa) eggs.
Malacological Rev. 30:87-89.
N. B., Kuenzel, W. J., Hill, E. F., and J. R. Sauer 1995. Organophosphorus
pesticide affects migration of passerine birds. Environ. Toxicol. Chem.
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