Published Research Funded by the Vertebrate Pest Control Research Advisory Committee
Hueth, B., D. Cohen, D. Zilberman. 1998. Non-predator vertebrate pest damage in California agriculture: An assessment of economic impacts in selected crops. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 18:371–377.
Whisson, D. A., and T. P. Salmon. 2002. Effect of diphacinone on blood coagulation in Spermophilus beecheyi as a basis for determining optimal timing of field bait applications. Pest Management Science 58:736–738.
Whisson, D. A., and T. P. Salmon. 2002. Effect of the timing of applications and amount of 0.01% diphacinone consumed on mortality of California ground squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi). Crop Protection 21:885–889.
Timm, R. M., D. L. Schnabel, T. P. Salmon, W. P. Gorenzel, N. Dechoretz, M. Meyers. 2004. California's rodenticide surcharge program: history and accomplishments. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 21:350–356.
Ellis, T., T. P. Salmon, and C. Wilen. 2006. Evaluation of irrigation valve boxes as underground bait stations for California ground squirrel control. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 22: 148–150.
Kowalski, V. J., R. Long, J. Sullins, S. Garcia, and T. P. Salmon. 2006. Grower evaluation of California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi) control using anticoagulant baits. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 22:142–147.
Salmon, T. P., and N. A. Dochtermann. 2006. Rodenticide grain bait ingredient acceptance by Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus), California ground squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi) and pocket gophers (Thomomys bottae). Pest Management Science 62:678–683.
Salmon, T. P., and S. J. Lawrence. 2006. Zinc phosphide-treated bracts as an alternative rodenticide in artichoke fields for meadow vole (Microtus californicus) control. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 22:161–165.
Shwiff, S. A., R. T. Sterner, K. N. Kirkpatrick, R. M. Engeman, and C. C. Coolahan. 2006. Benefits and costs associated with wildlife services activities in California. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conferences 22:356–360.
Salmon, T. P., D. A. Whisson, A. R. Berentsen, and W. P. Gorenzel. 2007. Comparison of 0.005% and 0.01% diphacinone and chlorophacinone baits for controlling California ground squirrels (Spermophilus beecheyi). Wildlife Research 34:14–18.
Salmon, T. P., B. Faber, G. Bender, D. Shaw, V. J. Kowalski, A. Berentsen. 2008. Volunteer researchers: moving beyond cooperators. Journal of Extension 46 Article 2FEA7. Available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2008april/a7p.shtml
Coates, R. W., M. J. Delwiche, W. P. Gorenzel, and T. P. Salmon. 2010. Evaluation of damage by vertebrate pests in California vineyards and control of wild turkeys by bioacoustics. Human-Wildlife Interactions 4:130–144.
Krason, R. S., L. L. Lima, and T. P. Salmon. 2010. Vertebrate pest conference education and outreach for dealing with California wildlife pests. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 24:356–360.
Salmon, T. P., and P. D. Newman. 2010. Efficacy of oat and pellet anticoagulant baits following treatment with oat and pellet zinc phosphide baits: Implications for secondary hazard management. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 24:186–190.
Rattner, B. A., K. E. Horak, S. E. Warner, D. D. Day, C. U. Meteyer, S. F. Volker, J. D. Eisemann, and J. J. Johnston. 2011. Acute toxicity, histopathology, and coagulopathy in American kestrels (Falco sparverius) following administration of the rodenticide diphacinone. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 30:1213–1222.
Anderson, A., K. Kirkpatrick, and S. A. Shwiff. 2012. The net benefits of controlling bird and rodent pests in wine grape and avocado production. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 25:353–356.
Hornbaker, V. L., R. A. Baldwin, and S. N. Richards. 2012. Fiscal impact of the Rodenticide Risk Mitigation Decision to the California Department of Food and Agriculture's rodenticide research program. Proceedings of the Verebrate Pest Conference 25:164–168.
Rattner, B. A., K. E. Horak, R. S. Lazarus, K. M. Eisenreich, C. U. Meteyer, S. F. Volker, C. M. Campton, J. D. Eisemann, and J. J. Johnston. 2012. Assessment of toxicity and potential risk of the anticoagulant rodenticide diphacinone using Eastern screech-owls (Megascops asio). Ecotoxicology 21:832–846.
Rattner, B. A., R. S. Lazarus, K. M. Eisenreich, K. E. Horak, S. F. Volker, C. M. Campton, J. D. Eisemann, C. U. Meteyer, and J. J. Johnston. 2012. Comparative risk assessment of the first-generation anticoagulant rodenticide diphacinone to raptors. Proceedings of the Vertebrate Pest Conference 25:124–130.
Witmer, G. W., N. P. Snow, and R. S. Moulton. 2013. The effects of vitamin K1-rich plant foods on the efficacy of the anticoagulant rodenticides chlorophacinone and diphacinone used against Montane voles (Microtus montanus). International Journal of Pest Management 59:205–210.
Baldwin, R. A., N. Quinn, D. H. Davis, and R. M. Engeman. 2014.
Effectiveness of rodenticides for managing invasive roof rats and native deer mice in orchards. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 21:5795–5802.
Rattner, B. A., K. E. Horak, R. S. Lazarus, D. A. Goldade, and J. J. Johnston. 2014. Toxicants and coagulopathy threshold of the rodenticide diphacinone in Eastern screech-owls (Megascops asio). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33:74–81.
Witmer, G., R. Moulton, and R. A. Baldwin. 2014. An efficacy test of cholecalciferol plus diphacinone rodenticide baits for California voles (Microtus californicus Peale) to replace ineffective chlorophacinone baits. International Journal of Pest Management 60:275–278.
Baldwin, R.A., R. Meinerz, H. Jantz, and G. Witmer. 2015. Impact of capture and transportation methods on survival of small rodents during relocation events. The Southwestern Naturalist 60(4): 385-389.