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The American Mosquito Control Association’s mission is to provide leadership, information, and education leading to the enhancement of health and quality of life through the suppression of mosquitoes and other vector-transmitted diseases, and the reduction of annoyance levels caused by mosquitoes and other vectors and pests of public health importance.

Latest Articles

Mosquito Community and West Nile Virus Risk on a National Guard Training Base in Oklahoma
Factors Modulating Captures of Gravid Aedes aegypti Females

Editor

Lal S. Mian
California State University - San Bernardino

eISSN: 1943-6270

ISSN: 8756-971X

Current Issue
Volume 36,
Issue 2s
1 June 2020

Most Cited Articles

First Record of Invasive Mosquito Aedes albopictus in Tabasco and Yucatan, Mexico
First Record of Aedes japonicus japonicus in Oklahoma, 2017
Ultra-Low Volume Application of Spinosad (Natular 2EC) Larvicide as a Residual in a Tropical Environment Against Aedes and Anopheles Species

Features & Information

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Call for Review Papers

JAMCA solicits review papers on any topic relevant to mosquito control such as methodology, new technologies, innovative outreach and public education activities, vector behavior that affects the efficacy of mosquito control operations, impact of policies of other agencies on mosquito control, summary of the evidence of the impact of mosquito control operations on pollinators or other non-target organisms, status of taxonomy for a particular group of mosquitoes/arthropod vectors, etc. Papers can summarize the current knowledge of a particular topic, provide opinions from different investigators/practitioners on a particular topic including current controversies related mosquito control, or provide an overview of a topic relevant to mosquito control practitioners and integrated mosquito management. Prospective authors should contact the JAMCA Editor (edjamca@csusb.edu) to discuss potential papers and current policy regarding the waiving of page charges and related topics.

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