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MVCAC Publications 1980-1999

1980
Vector Control by Districts by Fred C. RobertsUtilization of a Microcomputer in a Vector Control Program – Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District by Fred C. Roberts
1981
Why Mosquito Control Agencies Should Consider Automated Data Processing by Fred C. Roberts
1982
The Implications of a Freshwater Simulation Model on the Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District
1983
The Coyote Hills Marsh Model, Conceptual Framework and Directions of Research by Fred C. Roberts, James K. Schooley, and Glenn E. ConnerA Computerized Data Base and Simulation System to Support Decisions in the Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District by John R. Rusmisel, Rosemary O. Abriam, Patrick S. Turney
1984
Preliminary Investigations on Adult Anopheles Occidentalis Activity at Coyote Hills Marsh by R. Garcia, B. Des Rochers and G. Connor
1987
Temperature-Related Growth and Mortality Rates of Four Mosquito Species by Sharon S. Mead and Glenn E. Conner
1989
Vector Control as Coevolution by Fred C. Roberts
1990
An Evolving Computer Simulation (Ecosim) of Mosquitoes to Support a Larval Control Program in Alameda County, California by Fred C. Roberts, Glenn E. Conner and Patrick S. TurneyUse of an Evolving Computer Simulation (Ecosim) to Support Larval Control – An Entomological Perspective by Glenn E. Conner and Fred C. RobertsPrediction of Larval Source Temperatures be Ecosim by Sharon S. Mead, Wesley A. Maffei and Thomas J. McMahonPreliminary Assessment of the Oviposition Component of an Evolving Computer Simulation (Ecosim) of Mosquitoes by John R. Rusmisel and Everett M. King, Jr.A Cost Analysis for Voluntary Compliance with the Endangered Species Act for Aedes Squamiger Control in Two California Counties by Ronald D. Keith and Glenn E. Conner
1992
Paradigms of the Mosquito Control Community of California: Past and Present by Fred C. RobertsComputer Modeling as a Tool to Develop Wetland Design and Management Strategy by Fred C. Roberts and Barbara PageEstablishing an Artificial Aquatic Weather Station and Its Relation to Alameda County Mosquito Abatement Districts Computer Simulation (Ecosim) by Patrick S. Turney and Thomas J. McMahon
1993
How Can Special Districts Survive Regional Government? by Fred C. Roberts
1994
Reinventing Government: Transforming the Alameda County Mosquito Abatement District into a Learning Organization by Fred C. Roberts, William Reckmeyer and Jeffrey Dooley
1996
Public Relations and Its Role in the Future Survival of Local Government Agencies by Wes Maffei and Everett M. King