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Title Mosquito eradication : the story of killing Campto / editors, Brian H. Kay and Richard C. Russell.

Published Collingwood, Victoria : CSIRO Publishing, [2013]
©2013.

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Physical description 1 online resource (279 pages) : illustrations
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1 How it was before: historical perspectives on receptivity and risk / Brian Kay Kay, Brian, JR Gardner Gardner, JR, Gene Browne Browne, Gene 1 -- Mosquito and its compatibility 1 -- Possible virus impact 3 -- Vertebrate hosts 4 -- Invasive species in NZ 5 -- Early surveillance and international obligations 8 -- What does it take for a pest to establish? A lot of luck helps! 10 -- Kay Review 1997 12 -- 2 Strategy development and refinement at Hawke's Bay / Steve Garner Garner, Steve, Noel Watson Watson, Noel, Henry Dowler Dowler, Henry, Darryl McGinn McGinn, Darryl, David Sullivan Sullivan, David, Brian Kay Kay, Brian 19 -- In the beginning 20 -- Getting started 21 -- Mosquito Response Centre fights back - the Bti chronicles 23 -- Eradication planning - the evolution of a plan 24 -- Characteristics of methoprene products 25 -- S-methoprene registration in NZ 26 -- Egg survival in relation to treatment regimen 27 -- Choice of S-methoprene 29 -- Eradication begins 30 -- 3 Solid government legislation and support as a key to success / Sally Gilbert Gilbert, Sally, Andrew Forsyth Forsyth, Andrew, Ian Gear Gear, Ian, David Sullivan Sullivan, David, David Yard Yard, David 35 -- Role of government 35 -- Role of the Ministry of Health 38 -- MoH's immediate response 39 -- Moving to eradication 41 -- Coordinated Incident Management System (CIMS) 43 -- Transfer from the MoH to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry 45 -- MAF stewardship 47 -- Structural Arrangements: Evolution from Local to Regional to National Eradication 48 -- Roles of other government agencies 50 -- Liaison with local government 51 -- Biasecurity Act 1993 52 -- Resource Management Act 1991 54 -- Health Act 1956 57 -- Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996 57 -- International Health Regulations 2005 57 -- Funding 58 -- Role of the Health Funding Authority 60 -- Programme transfer to the MAF 61 -- 4 Listening to the experts - the advice that drove the national programme / Sally Gilbert Gilbert, Sally, Andrew Forsyth Forsyth, Andrew, Ian Gear Gear, Ian, David Sullivan Sullivan, David, David Yard Yard, David 65 -- Southern Saltmarsh Mosquito Technical Advisory Group 65 -- Transferring the TAG to the MAF 73 -- Other expert advice 74 -- Community Liaison Group 75 -- Cost-benefit analysis 76 -- Health risk assessment 78 -- 5 Who knows how to do broad-scale aerial control of mosquitoes? / Darryl McGinn McGinn, Darryl, David Sullivan Sullivan, David 81 -- Into the storm 81 -- Napier Mosquito Response Centre (MRC) 83 -- First strike 85 -- Scaling up and overcoming habitat influences 89 -- Getting XR-G to NZ 89 -- Broad-scale treatment refinement 91 -- 6 Coming to grips with ProLink XR-G at Hawke's Bay / Brian Kay Kay, Brian, Michael Brown Brown, Michael, Gene Browne Browne, Gene, Barbara Thomson Thomson, Barbara 97 -- Background 97 -- S-methoprene trials 98 -- Nightmare begins - detecting S-methoprene in water samples 100 -- Do aerial applications of granules reach the ground? 102 -- Characteristics of the XR-G product 103 -- Was there enough XR-G released to kill mosquitoes? 106 -- Environmental variables 107 -- Acknowledgements 110 -- 7 Pathways of entry and mosquito dispersal / Andrew McFadden McFadden, Andrew, Graham Mackereth Mackereth, Graham, Ruud Kleinpaste Kleinpaste, Ruud, Robert Sanson Sanson, Robert, Nigel Beebe Beebe, Nigel, Bryn Gradwell Gradwell, Bryn, Mark Bullians Bullians, Mark, Ruth Frampton Frampton, Ruth 111 -- Introduction 111 -- Pathways for entry 112 -- Pathways for spread within NZ 115 -- Understanding human-mediated methods of spread 119 -- Mitigating risk of pathway spread 122 -- Understanding spread through molecular analysis 125 -- Sequence of translocations 129 -- Modelling spread 129 -- Acknowledgements 135 -- 8 Camp Kaipara - a mosquito or programme death camp? / Bryn Gradwell Gradwell, Bryn, Monica Singe Singe, Monica, Shaun Maclaren Maclaren, Shaun, Steve Crarer Crarer, Steve, Jessica Taylor Taylor, Jessica, Mark Disbury Disbury, Mark 137 -- Kaipara - the initial find 137 -- Habitat reassessment 138 -- Turning the mountain into a molehill 138 -- Painting by helicopter 139 -- MoH response 140 -- Delimiting the Kaipara 141 -- NZ BioSecure Report to the MoH 141 -- Resource Management Act 1991 142 -- Establishing the team 143 -- Kaipara eradication programme operational planning 144 -- Training requirements 145 -- Quality management 147 -- Additional training/education undertaken 148 -- Training outcomes 148 -- Team organisation 148 -- Establishing the base 150 -- Field supervision 151 -- Radio communications/repeater station 152 -- Daily briefings and debriefings 152 -- Reporting 153 -- Equipment and vehicles 153 -- Equipment and vehicle maintenance 153 -- Wash point design and implementation 154 -- Landowner liaison 154 -- Troubleshooting complaints 155 -- Weather patterns 155 -- Kaipara treatment plan 155 -- Sentinel monitoring 157 -- Killing Campto 158 -- Campto raises its ugly head 158 -- Death knell 159 -- Acknowledgements 160 -- 9 Developing detection and surveillance / Graham Mackereth Mackereth, Graham, Monica Singe Singe, Monica, Mark Disbury Disbury, Mark, Sally Gilbert Gilbert, Sally, Noel Watson Watson, Noel, Craig Williams Williams, Craig, Rachel Cane Cane, Rachel, Scott Ritchie Ritchie, Scott 163 -- This is not New Zealand! 163 -- Napier infested 165 -- Surveillance before 1999 165 -- Early days at Napier 166 -- Rise of entomology laboratory services 167 -- Rise of a national database 168 -- Surveillance at Napier: is eradication working? 168 -- National saltmarsh surveillance: a paradigm shift 169 -- Public health unit surveillance success 170 -- Growing concerns 170 -- Review of national surveillance 2002 171 -- Towards a national surveillance programme 172 -- National Saltmarsh Mosquito Surveillance Programme 173 -- NSP surveillance based on prior probabilities 173 -- NSP habitat identification 174 -- NSP habitat classification 175 -- NSP measures of surveillance 175 -- Surveillance operations 176 -- NSP results 177 -- Adult surveillance 177 -- Surveillance in the end game: are they really gone? 177 -- 10 National Saltmarsh Mosquito Surveillance Programme / Monica Singe Singe, Monica, Mark Disbury Disbury, Mark, Darryl McGinn McGinn, Darryl 181 -- Background 181 -- NSP operations: NZ BioSecure 2005-2010 181 -- Success - Coromandel Campto detection 185 -- Laboratory identification 188 -- A history of NSP surveillance outcomes 189 -- 2007 surveillance 190 -- 2008 surveillance 193 -- 2009 surveillance 195 -- 2010 surveillance 195 -- Acknowledgements 196 -- 11 Maintaining environmental integrity in invasion areas / Helen Gear Gear, Helen, Travis R.
Glare Glare, Travis R., Maureen O'Callaghan O'Callaghan, Maureen 197 -- Introduction 197 -- Environments suitable for Campto 198 -- Areas in NZ infested with Campto 201 -- Environmental effects of the control agents 205 -- Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis (Bti) 205 -- Methoprene 208 -- Anticipated effect on NZ flora and fauna 210 -- Habitat management and steps taken to minimise the effect of the treatment programme 210 -- So were there any lasting effects of the eradication programme? 211 -- 12 Communications and cultural issues / JR Gardner Gardner, JR, Val Aidridge Aidridge, Val, Bryn Gradwelt Gradwelt, Bryn 215 -- Introduction 215 -- Communications - just another health crisis 216 -- Selling the scene 221 -- Strategic communications response 222 -- Kaipara Communications Plan, a case study 224 -- Communications timeline 229 -- Acknowledgements 244 -- 13 Reflections on a successful eradication programme / Richard Russell Russell, Richard, Henry Dowler Dowler, Henry, JR Gardner Gardner, JR, Sally Gilbert Gilbert, Sally, Matthew Stone Stone, Matthew 245 -- Being prepared 245 -- Having good people 246 -- Having good leadership 247 -- Using established systems and processes 247 -- Accessing expert advice 247 -- Having international help 247 -- Developing rigorous analyses 248 -- Having legislation that works 248 -- Planning effectively 248 -- Managing risk 249 -- Communicating effectively 249 -- Maintaining effective field operations 251 -- Maintaining confidence 252 -- Satisfying the funders 252 -- Using intelligence to drive responses 252 -- Providing an ongoing capability 253 -- Preparing for the future 254 -- NZ vulnerability 254 -- NZ susceptibility 255 -- NZ's capacity to respond 255.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed October 27, 2013).
Local Note Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries.
Other author Kay, Brian H.
Russell, Richard C. (Richard Charles), 1947-
Subject Communicable diseases -- New Zealand -- Prevention.
Mosquitoes as carriers of disease -- New Zealand.
Mosquitoes -- Control -- New Zealand.
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