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Title: Vector mosquito and quarantine survey, north coast of the Northern Territory, 2-12 November 1985
Authors: Northern Territory. Medical Entomology Branch.
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Medical Entomology Branch.
Abstract: As in previous years, the Commonwealth Quarantine Service organised and conducted a 30 day quarantine survey of the North Coast of the Northern Territory between Gove and Darwin during October-November 1985. The survey was divided into 3 x 10 day patrols and it was intended that the participants visit as many settlements as possible, liaise with the various communities on quarantine matters and search for possible unauthorised landings on remote islands or beaches. It was also planned to carry out a survey of vector mosquitoes during one of the patrols and an officer of the Medical Entomology Branch of the Northern Territory Health Department joined the survey for the second 10-day patrol between Maningrida and Croker Island, the itinerary of which is given in Appendix I, along with a map showing each location visited-Map 1.
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Type: Report
Subjects: Mosquitoes -- Northern Territory
Appears in Collections:Historical Collection

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