Title: Integrated mosquito control in Darwin
Authors: Whelan, Peter I
Publisher: Queensland Institute of Medical Research
Issue Date: Aug-1989
Series/Report no.: Arbovirus Research in Australia
Symposium 5
Abstract: Darwin, the northern gateway to Australia, is both vulnerable and receptive to a range of exotic and endemic mosquito borne diseases, including malaria, dengue, epidemic polyarthritis and Australian encephalitis. The Medical Entomology Branch has developed an integrated mosquito control program.
Subjects: Insects;Mosquitoes;Northern Territory;Darwin;Arboviruses;Dengue;Malaria;Encephalitis;Ross River virus infections;Endemic polyarthritis;Engineering;Vector control;Surveys;Monitoring;Public awareness;Prevention and control;Quarantine;Disease vectors;Planning;Urban
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10137/286
ISSN: 0725-4989
Series/Report no.: Arbovirus Research in Australia
Symposium 5
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