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Urban Rats (Rattus norvegicus) through a One Health Lens: Social and Ecological Factors Promote Opportunities for Urban Leptospirosis in Rats, Dogs, and People

By studying rats and residents on the same blocks, this study found that lower-income residents had more exposure to rat … Continued

Urban rats are the ‘fall-guy’: Resident motivations for municipal rat complaints

The objective of this study was to identify why the residents of Vancouver, Canada care about rats and what they … Continued

Active monitoring of long-eared owl (Asio otus) nestlings reveals widespread exposure to anticoagulant rodenticides across different agricultural landscapes

Study using the long-eared owl (Asio otus) as a model predator to assess anticoagulant rodenticides exposure in different agricultural landscapes … Continued

Balancing food security, vertebrate biodiversity, and healthy rice agroecosystems in Southeast Asia

Review summarizing the literature on the ecosystem benefits that amphibians, birds, bats, and rodents support in the context of the … Continued

A comparative assessment on rodent impacts and cultural perceptions of ecologically based rodent management in three Afro-Malagasy farming regions

Study assessing the household impacts of rodent pests and current perceptions and preferences associated with several rodent control measures. Authors: … Continued

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