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Urban rats have less variable, higher protein diets

Study investigating the role of human foods in brown rat (Rattus norvegicus) diets in urban and rural areas over a … Continued

Responses of small mammal communities to environment and agriculture in a rural mosaic landscape

Study assessing the driving factors of small mammal communities in agricultural landscapes. Response of small mammals to environmental variables is … Continued

Quantitative and quality losses caused by rodents in on-farm stored maize: a case study in the low land tropical zone of Kenya

Study assessing maize losses in on-farm storages in Kenya. Authors: Kukom Edoh Ognakossan & Christopher M. Mutungi & Tobias O. … Continued

Trap Barrier System: an effective technique for protecting the rice nurseries against Bandicota bengalensis in rodent endemic areas

Assessment of the Trap Barrier System efficiency against the lesser bandicoot rat. Authors: S. Namala & A. Bonku

Working with Cambodian rice farmers to combat a plague of rodents

Paper assessing EBRM measures taken in Cambodia to combat rodent pests in rice fields. Authors: Rica Flor, Emily Kraus, Rathmuny … Continued

Beyond zoonosis: the mental health impacts of rat exposure on inner-city residents

Master thesis reviewing the published literature to explore the effect of rat exposure on mental health among inner-city residents. Author: … Continued

Rodent control

Blog reviewing rodent control in Ethiopia Read blog >

Rodent damage in Ethiopia

Controlling the rodent threat, biologically

Field trials of biological rodent control methods

Field trials of biological rodent control methods, Mogshe Village, Amhara Region, Ethiopia  

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