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Characterization of Avian Hazards Following Chlorophacinone Use for Prairie Dog Control

Managing Free-Roaming Cats at the Patuxent Research Refuge



Borges, S. L., N. B. Vyas, and M. C. Christman. 2013. The Influence of Study Species Selection on Estimates of Pesticide Exposure in Free-Ranging Birds. Environmental Management 53(2):416-428. Abstract


Vyas, N. B., C. S. Hulse, C. U. Meteyer, and C. P. Rice. 2013. Evidence of songbird intoxication from Rozol (R) application at a black-tailed prairie dog colony. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4(1):97-103. Abstract

Vyas, N. B. 2013. Untested pesticide mitigation requirements: ecological, agricultural, and legal implications. Drake Journal of Agricultural Law 18(2):335-348. Abstract


Vyas, N. B. and B. A. Rattner. 2012. Critique on the use of the standardized avian acute oral toxicity test for first generation anticoagulant rodenticides. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 18(5):1069-1077. Abstract

Vyas, N. B., C. S. Hulse, and C. P. Rice. 2012. Chlorophacinone residues in mammalian prey at a black-tailed prairie dog colony. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31(11):2513-2516. Abstract


Vyas, N. B., J. W. Spann, and E. F. Hill. 2009. Acute oral toxicities of wildland fire control chemicals to birds. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 72(3):862-865. Abstract

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