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[FIGURE 1 OMITTED] The integrated mosquito management concept currently employed by many mosquito abatement districts is an evidence-based decision support system anchored by a monitoring program providing data that describe * the conditions and habitats that produce vector mosquitoes, * the abundance of those mosquitoes over the course of a season, * the infection rate of WNV in mosquito vectors, and * other parameters that influence local mosquito populations and WNV transmission.
The application of pesticides in irrigation districts, mosquito abatement districts and forestry operations in many states are now subject to Clean Water Act permitting requirements.
Experts say these fluctuations are due to changing temperatures, rainfall and humidity, bird reservoirs, mosquito populations and efforts by mosquito abatement districts to kill mosquitoes.
Kathy Hartman AGENCY: archer>malmo, Memphis--Mike Butler MESSAGE: Encourage concerned citizens to call local government officials and/or mosquito abatement districts and ask that they use larvicides to prevent mosquitoes.
has local governments, mosquito abatement districts and the public on high alert.
The Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District in Hayward, Calif.
The old Moorpark Mosquito Abatement District was formed in 1961 to combat fly problems from several large chicken ranches.
Run by a board appointed by county supervisors, the mosquito abatement district was established in 1958 to finance inspection for mosquito- breeding sites and the killing of mosquito larvae in a 280-square-mile area covering most of Lancaster, parts of Quartz Hill, central and eastern Palmdale and farmland east of Lancaster.