Urban Pest Management Edition 2
The management and control of pests in the urban environment in the 21st Century faces many challenges. Pest populations adapt to changing conditions brought about by environmental changes caused by global warming, human population growth, and increased pollution. Urban pests are able to expand their ranges, densities, and habitats, sometimes causing large-scale damage and disease.
This book provides collective insights from academic and industry experts on perspectives concerning urban pest management and regulatory innovations arising from the rapid onset of recent environmental challenges. Chapter topics address pest biology, advances in urban pest management practices, emerging urban pest control developments, new technologies, and regulations.
The book describes new methods of pest control, their impacts on human health and the environment, and strategies for integrated management limiting the use of chemicals. It provides a practical resource for researchers and policy makers in pest management, urban health, medical entomology and environmental science.
- An up-to-date and comprehensive resource on environmental urban pest management
- Designed to appeal to pest control operators, public health professionals, and a range of field workers, as well as researching academics and graduate students
- Brings both academic and industry experts together in one volume.
1. An Environmental Perspective on Urban Pests and their Management—Partho Dhang
2. Environmentally sound bed bug management solutions—Changlu Wang and Richard Cooper
3. Providing Integrated Pest Management to Multi-Dwelling Low Income Housing: Challenges and Opportunities for Healthier Environments—Sam Bryks
4. A Review of Advances in Pest Control Products and Services in Urban Pest Management—Zia Siddiqi
5. Role of Insect Bait in Sustainable Management of Urban Pests—Partho Dhang
6. A Stand-Alone Termite Management Technology in Australia—Steven Broadbent
7. Encapsulation: An effective environmentally friendly technology for delivery of insecticides and repellents—Janusz Swietoslawski, Pawel Swietoslawski, David Liszka and Aleksandra Gliniewicz
8. Importance of Insect Light Traps as an Environmental Solution to Flying Insect Management—Roberto M. Pereira
9. Insect pheromone use in the food industry—Nayem Hassan
10. Present and Future Approaches to Urban Pest Management: A Global Pesticide Regulatory Perspective—Kevin Sweeney
11. Effective Regulation of the Practice of Structural Pest Management—Steven Dwinell
12. Emerging Urban Pests and Vector-borne Diseases in Brazil—Ana Eugênia de Carvalho Campos and
Tamara Nunes Lima-Camara
13. A Review of Sand fly Management Methodologies—Huseyin Cetin and Yusuf Özbel