Malaria Control on Impounded Waters

Edited by C. I. Mansur. Publication of the United States Public Health Service and Tennessee Valley Authority. Pp. i–xiii, 1-422, illustrated. U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C., 1947

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Principal contributors to this manual were: Mr. C. Kiker, Dr. A. D. Hess, Dr. R. B. Watson, Mr. C. W. Kruse, Dr. R. L. Metcalf and Mr. F. E. Gartrell, of the Tennessee Valley Authority; and Mr. C. I. Mansur, Mr. G. H. Bradley, Mr. R. S. Howard and Dr. C. M. Tarzwell, of the U. S. Public Health Service. The manual was prepared under the general guidance of Dr. E. L. Bishop, Director, Health and Safety Department, Tennessee Valley Authority, and Mr. M. D. Hollis, Sanitary Engineer Director, in charge of malaria control for the U. S. Public Health Service.

An orderly arranged text, which includes 43 tables and 215 figures, describes the development of vegetation favoring anopheline breeding and attendant control methods applicable for antimalarial protection of both urban and isolated rural residents near impoundments in the southern United States.