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Urban rat surveys
  • Published Date:
    March 1974
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Urban rat surveys
  • Corporate Authors:
    Center for Disease Control, Environmental Health Services Division.
  • Description:
    The exterior urban rat survey provides information on rat infestations and the housing and premises sanitation deficiencies favoring rat populations. It fulfills a basic requirement in every rat control program, the need for knowledge of conditions in the community served by the program. The necessity for a rat control program and the directions it must take are determined from survey results. The survey and subsequent periodic resurveys also provide the bases for later evaluation o f program progress. Surveys also contribute detailed information for use in television and radio programs, newspaper articles, brochures, posters, exhibits, and personal contacts, to inform the public of community environmental problems and developments.

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