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The Biting Times Newsletter
 
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Year/Issue
Highlights

2017 Spring

Summer workshop information

American Mosquito Control Association Washington Day

New State Medical Entomologists in NC

2016 Fall

Pre-conference issue

2015 Fall

Pre-conference issue

2015 Spring

  • Conference venue and registration information (Atlantic Beach, November 2-4, 2015)
  • Ochlerotatus j. japonicus in NC

2014 Fall 

Pre-conference issue

2013 Winter

Post-conference issue

2013 Spring

 

  • Conference Information
  • Summary of "The Economics of Mosquito Control:  Current status of mosquito control programs in NC"
  • History of the Vector-Borne Disease Work Group
  • Results of Communications Assessment Survey
  • American Mosquito Control Association Washington Day 2013
  • Surveillance and Reporting of Arboviral Disease in NC

 

2012 Fall

  • Pre-Conference Issue

2010 Fall

  • Pre-Conference Issue

2011 Summer

  • NPDES Talking Points
  • Mosquitoes and the Effects of Weather Phenomena

2011 Spring

  • Legislative Issues and NPDES

2010 Summer

  • crucians complex in NC
  • Tick Dragging

2010 Spring

  • Skeeter Defeater Summer Camps

2009 Fall

  • How to Recognize Bed Bug Infestations
  • Exotic Mosquito Disease Introduction
  • Barrier Sprays:  An Alternate Adulticiding Option
  • Product Spotlight: Spheratax
  • Container Inhabiting Mosquitoes on Western Carolina University’s Campus

2009 Summer

  • Ticks in NC
  • Clarke Introduces New Larvicide

2009 Spring

  • Hot Tips to Help You Identify Rubbed Specimens
  • Rodenticide and Public Health Issues
  • What’s Ticking at PHPM?

2008 Fall

 

  • Variations on Female Mosquitoes that Cause Identification Problems in Keys
  • Looking for “White Boots”
  • 2008 Meeting Information and Registration Form

 

2008 Fall Constitution Edition

  •  Constitution Issue

2008 Summer

  • Oc. japonicus in NC-revisited
  • Ps. columbiae Biology
  • Updated Information from CDC regarding Mosquito Repellents

2008 Summer

  • Effects of Drought on Mosquito Populations
  • Useful Up-to-Date Information on Mosquitoes

2007 Winter

  •  Public Health Licensing and Rodent Control

2007 Fall Constitution Edition

  •  Special Constitution Edition

2007 Fall

  • Ticks in North Carolina: Increasing Disease and Confusion
  • Certification Program for Mosquito Control Professionals
  • Using the Data Your Program Collects Part VI
  • Mosquito Fish and Other Predators: Excerpt from Urban Waterways

2007 Summer

  • Save Those Surveillance Records
  • Using the Data Your Program Collects Part V
  • Outdoor Misting Systems

2007 Spring

  • Targeting “Sneaky”Larvae
  • Using the Data Your Program Collects Part IV


 

Submissions Needed!
 
The NCMVCA newsletter is distributed to members and posted here for the convenience of the members and other interested parties. 
 
The NCMVCA accepts submissions of articles related to mosquito and/or vector control.  To submit an article, please contact:
 
Michael Reiskind (mhreiski@ncsu.edu)

 





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