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Brown tree snakes

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Aerial Application of Acetaminophen Baits for Removing to Prevent Introduction of Brown Treesnakes on Military Materiel, 2006

 File
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series III contains digital records for two research proposals (dated 2006 and 2009) related to the aerial application of baits for brown treesnake control on Guam.

Dates: 2006

Aerial Application of Acetaminophen-treated Baits for Control of Brown Treesnakes, 2009

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Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series II contains four PowerPoint Presentations created by Pete Savarie between 2008 and 2010. Three are about the aerial application of acetaminophen baits for control of brown treesnakes. The fourth presentation is about the Invasive Species program at the Hilo, Hawaii, Field Station.

Dates: 2009

Aerial Application of Acetaminophen-treated Baits for Control of Brown Treesnakes, Progress Review, 2010

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Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series II contains four PowerPoint Presentations created by Pete Savarie between 2008 and 2010. Three are about the aerial application of acetaminophen baits for control of brown treesnakes. The fourth presentation is about the Invasive Species program at the Hilo, Hawaii, Field Station.

Dates: 2010

BTS Bait Devices, 2013

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Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series I contains digital images taken by Pete Savarie. Included are images of a display of various bait delivery devices (dated 2013), bait despening methods (dated 1999-2008), and images of graphs used in Savarie's PowerPoint Presentations (dated 2007-2008).

Dates: 2013

BTS Bait Dispensing, 1999 - 2008

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Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series I contains digital images taken by Pete Savarie. Included are images of a display of various bait delivery devices (dated 2013), bait despening methods (dated 1999-2008), and images of graphs used in Savarie's PowerPoint Presentations (dated 2007-2008).

Dates: 1999 - 2008

Craig Ramey Records--

 Collection
Identifier: NWRC 0054
Abstract

Craig A. Ramey worked as Research Wildlife Biologist with Center from 1989-2017, where he investigated canine rabies, gas cartridges, and pesticide impacts on birds and skunks. He was also instrumental in setting up the Center’s Registration Unit, where he developed and maintained the pesticide registration database for monitoring the progress of data collection for pesticide registration with the EPA.

Dates: 1970 - 2007; Majority of material found within 1989 - 1998

Development of Non-Prey Baits for Delivery of Acetaminophen to Brown Treesnakes, 2009

 File
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series II contains four PowerPoint Presentations created by Pete Savarie between 2008 and 2010. Three are about the aerial application of acetaminophen baits for control of brown treesnakes. The fourth presentation is about the Invasive Species program at the Hilo, Hawaii, Field Station.

Dates: 2009

Evaluation of Bait Matrices for Brown Treesnakes, 2009

 File
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series III contains digital records for two research proposals (dated 2006 and 2009) related to the aerial application of baits for brown treesnake control on Guam.

Dates: 2009

Hawaii Field Station Records --

 Collection
Identifier: NWRC 0024
Scope and Contents The Hawaii Field Station Records consists of three boxes of materials dated from the mid-1930s through early 2000s. Materials in this collection document many of the research activities at the station including rodent control efforts and efforts to control invasive species such as coqui frogs and brown tree snakes. In addition to documents, this collection also includes hundreds of slides and photographs of personnel conducting lab and field work in Hawaii and Guam. Series I...
Dates: 1935 - 2012; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2000

Kathy Fagerstone Records --

 Collection
Identifier: NWRC 0035
Abstract Kathy Fagerstone began her career with the Center in 1971, becoming the first female physical science technician at the Research Center. During her 40 year career with the Center, Kathy advanced from a technician, to a wildlife biologist, to a research wildlife biologist, to project leader, and finally to a program manager. Her research interests included risk assessment and small mammal ecology of prairie dogs, ground squirrels and black-footed ferrets. However, the focus of her work...
Dates: 1968 - 2013; Majority of material found within 1980 - 2000