Grass management regimes affect grasshopper availability and subsequently American crow activity at airports
Contributor(s):: Kennedy, Laura A., Otter, Ken A.
Wildlife strikes with U.S. military rotary-wing aircraft deployed in foreign countries
Contributor(s):: Washburn, Brian E., Cisar, Paul J., DeVault, Travis L.
Soil quality manipulation to reduce bird presence at airports
Contributor(s):: Johnston, Theresa K., Branham, Bruce, Brawn, Jeffrey
Population trends of resident and migratory Canada geese in relation to strikes with civil aircraft
Contributor(s):: Dolbeer, Richard A., Seubert, John L., Begier, Michael J.
Integrating mammalian hazards with management at U.S. civil airports: a case study
Contributor(s):: Biondi, Kristin M., Belant, Jerrold L., Martin, James A., DeVault, Travis L., Wang, Guiming
Beware the Boojum: caveats and strengths of avian radar
Contributor(s):: Beason, Robert C., Nohara, Tim J., Weber, Peter
Rodent population management at Kansas City International Airport
Contributor(s):: Witmer, G. W.
Using radar cross-section to enhance situational awareness tools for airport avian radars
Contributor(s):: Nohara, T. J., Beason, R. C., Weber, P.
The effects of radar on avian behavior: implications for wildlife management at airports
Contributor(s):: Sheridan, E., Randolet, J., DeVault, T. L., Seamans, T. W., Blackwell, B. F., Fernandez-Juricic, E.
Airports often contain foraging, breeding, and roosting resources for wildlife. Airports also have different types of radars to assist with air traffic control, monitoring weather, and tracking wildlife that could become a risk for collision with aircraft. The effect of radar electromagnetic...
Pack pooches in the cargo hold, CMA says
Contributor(s):: Collier, Roger
An alternative approach for investigating the carcinogenicity of indoor air pollution: pets as sentinels of environmental cancer risk
Contributor(s):: Bukowski, J. A., Wartenberg, D.
Indoor pet exposure and the outcomes of total IgE and sensitization at age 18 years
Contributor(s):: Wegienka, G., Johnson, C. C., Havstad, S., Ownby, D. R., Zoratti, E. M.
Pets in airplane cabins: an unnecessary allergic hazard
Contributor(s):: Stanbrook, M. B., Kovesi, T., Hebert, P. C.
Pets in airplane cabins: Con
Contributor(s):: Warrington, R. J.
Pets in airplane cabins: Pro
Contributor(s):: Colby, W. D.
Quality of life and pets
Contributor(s):: Brenna, O. V.
Allergen avoidance does not alter airborne cat allergen levels in classrooms
Contributor(s):: Karlsson, A. S., Renström, A., Hedrén, M., Larsson, K.
Fel d 1 and Can f 1 in settled dust and airborne Fel d 1 in allergen avoidance day-care centres for atopic children in relation to number of pet-owners, ventilation and general cleaning
Contributor(s):: Wickman, M., Egmar, A., Emenius, G., Almqvist, C., Berglind, N., Larsson, P., Van Hage-Hamsten, M.
Indoor factors and behavioural problems in children: the GINIplus and LISAplus birth cohort studies
Contributor(s):: Casas, L., Tiesler, C., Thiering, E., Bruske, I., Koletzko, S., Bauer, C. P., Wichmann, H. E., von Berg, A., Berdel, D., Kramer, U., Schaaf, B., Lehmann, I., Herbarth, O., Sunyer, J., Heinrich, J., Giniplus, Group, L. ISAplus Study
Organohalogenated contaminants (OHCs) in the serum and hair of pet cats and dogs: biosentinels of indoor pollution
Contributor(s):: Ali, N., Malik, R. N., Mehdi, T., Eqani, S. A., Javeed, A., Neels, H., Covaci, A.