Readership: Academic, industry and government researchers. Scientific and regulatory community, environmental activist groups.
Edited by Chris Peterson, USDA Forest Service, and Daniel Stout, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Chris J. Peterson is a research entomologist with the USDA Forest Service working on termite toxicology and the longevity of termiticide treatments. Previous research includes work on natural products, most notably the use of catnip oil as an insect repellent.
Daniel M. Stout II has been associated with residential pesticides for over 20 years. His primary interests are in the fate and transport of residentially applied pesticides and the potential for human exposure. In addition Dr. Stout has background in the development of measurement techniques for human exposure studies and has conducted numerous field measurement studies.
1.: The Chemistry of Household, Structural and Residential Insect Management - Chris J. Peterson and Dan Stout, II
2.: Amyris and Siam-wood Essential Oils: Insect Activity of Sesquiterpenes - Gretchen E. Paluch, Junwei Zhu, Lyric Bartholomay, and Joel R. Coats
3.: Structure-activity relationships of naphthalene and 10 related compounds on Coptotermes formosanus
(Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) - Sanaa A. Ibrahim, Gregg Henderson, and Roger A. Laine
4.: Inhibition of Blattella germanica Acetylcholinesterase by Bis(n)-Tacrines: Prospects for the Molecular Design of a Selective Insecticide for a Household Pest - James M. Mutunga, Troy D. Anderson, Dawn M. Wong, Paul C. Carlier, and Jeffrey R. Bloomquist
5.: Screening insecticides for use as soil termiticides requires a series of bioassays: lessons from trials using Reticulitermes flavipes (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae) - Brian T. Forschler
6.: Colony differences in termiticide transfer studies, a role for behavior? - Thomas G. Shelton
7.: . Biological Activities of a Bait Toxicant for Population Management of Subterranean Termites - Nan-Yao Su and Mike Lees
8.: Depth of initial penetration of two aqueous termiticide formulations as a function of soil type and soil moisture - Chris J. Peterson
9.: Fipronil: Toxicity to Subterranean Termites and Dissipation in Soils - J.E. Mulrooney, T. L. Wagner, and P. D. Gerard
10.: Least Toxic Strategies for Managing German Cockroaches - Changlu Wang and Gary W. Bennett
11.: Movement of Diazinon Residues into Homes Following Applications of a Granular Formulation to Residential Lawns - D. M. Stout II, M. K. Morgan, P. P. Egeghy, J. Xue
12.: Exposure of Adults and Children to Organophosphorus Insecticides used in Flea Collars on Pet Dogs - Janice E. Chambers and M. Keith Davis