Programs we are proud of

Intro borro bererro te volo voloreribus rerum aliquis expersperrum eum num fugit, eris pos ad maximus non nem repedis aliqui con non core eos alitate nem coritatur mossit verspel in re eos debitat aboriberovid expedis num quid est, quundis autatur, eumquibuscia ide niscitiis idus ipsam fugitia delenisimus voluptaquia cum in cus.


  • Type

  • Theme

  • Year

Distribution of anticoagulant rodenticide resistance in Rattus norvegicus in the Netherlands according to Vkorc1 mutations

Authors: Bastiaan G Meerburg, Marga PE van Gent-Pelzer, Bruce Schoelitsz and Theo AJ van der Lee

Reproduction and survival of rodents in crop fields: the effects of rainfall, crop stage and stone-bund density

Authors: Yonas Meheretu, Kiros Welegerima, Vincent Sluydts, Hans Bauer, Kindeya Gebrehiwot, Jozef Deckers, Rhodes Makundi and Herwig Leirs

Rodent abundance, stone bund density and its effects on crop damage in the Tigray highlands, Ethiopia

Study of rodent population dynamics and estimated crop damage in high and low stone bund density fields for four cropping … Continued

Incentives and policies for integrated pest management in Europe: a review

Review of the adoption of integrated pest management in Europe. A framework is delivered to understand the drivers of changes … Continued

Ecologically-Based Rodent Management 15 Years On: A Pathway to Sustainable Agricultural Production

This paper provides a retrospective view of what has been achieved by ecologists and sociologists over the past 15 years, … Continued

Impact of village level education and training on adoption of control strategies, their sustainability and reduction in crop losses

This study was conducted to assess the impact of village level education and training on adoption of control strategies, their … Continued

Public Health and Rodents: A Game of Cat and Mouse

This chapter describes four factors that determine the risk and severity of human infection by zoonotic pathogens of rodents: human … Continued

Supported by