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Mar-2011What is driving salt marsh mosquito peaks in Darwin: tides or rainfall?Jacups, Susan P; Whelan, Peter I; Carter, Jane MBulletinDarwin; Mosquitoes; Surveys; Monitoring; Management; Disease vectors; Arboviruses
Jun-2012Anthropogenic ecological change and impacts on mosquito breeding and control strategies in salt marshes, Northern Territory, AustraliaJacups, Susan P; Warchot, Allan; Whelan, Peter IJournal ArticleAustralia; Northern Territory; Darwin; Mosquitoes; Insects; Vector control; Engineering; Public health
Dec-2011What is driving Aedes vigilax peaks in the Karama weekly mosquito trap in Darwin: tides or rainfallJacups, Susan P; Carter, Jane M; Whelan, Peter IBulletinDarwin; Mosquitoes; Arboviruses; Disease vectors; Monitoring; Management
Jan-2011What is driving Aedes vigilax peaks in the Karama weekly mosquito trap in Darwin: Tides or rainfall?Jacups, Susan P; Carter, Jane M; Whelan, Peter IJournal ArticleInsects; Mosquitoes; Darwin; Monitoring; Public health; Vector control
Mar-2010Salt marsh mosquito larval control in Leanyer coastal wetland, Northern TerritoryKurucz, Nina; Whelan, Peter I; Carter, Jane M; Jacups, Susan P; McDonnell, JosephBulletinDarwin; Mosquitoes; Insects; Disease vectors; Vector control; Insecticides; Surveys; Plants; Arboviruses; Ross River virus infections; Encephalitis; Urban; Public health; Meteorological factors; Medical Entomology
1-Mar-2011What is driving salt-marsh mosquito peaks in Darwin: tides or rain?Jacups, Susan P; Whelan, Peter I; Carter, Jane MBulletinDarwin; Mosquitoes; Vector control; Disease vectors; Monitoring; Arboviruses; Ross River virus infections; Prevention and control; Meteorological factors
Dec-2012A comparison of adult mosquito trapping regimes across seasons and ecosystems in Darwin, AustraliaJacups, Susan P; Whelan, Peter IJournal ArticleInsects; Mosquitoes; Australia; Northern Territory; Darwin; Monitoring; Arboviruses; Vector control; Public health