Tick-Borne Disease Ecology: Research Program of Freehold Township
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Publications

The following publications will provide educational information on tick biology, ecology, behavior and signs and symptoms of tick-borne diseases in New Jersey:


Lyme Disease: Assessment and Management of Vector Tick Populations in New Jersey


Provides a comprehensive summary of published research conducted in New Jersey and elsewhere on the management of populations of the blacklegged tick, Ixodes scapularis, in an effort to reduce Lyme Disease transmission.


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A Homeowner's Guide to Assessment and Management of Vector Tick Populations in New Jersey


Tick-borne diseases, particularly Lyme disease, have become a significant public health issue during the last decade. This pamphlet provides a summary of published research on managing exposure to ticks. It includes information on tick biology, ecology, and behavior, because an understanding of these factors is helpful in avoiding exposure to ticks, and in developing a successful tick reduction program.

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Tick-borne Diseases of New Jersey


This pamphlet provides basic information about signs and symptoms, transmission, tick biology and ecology, and the current status of tick-borne diseases in New Jersey, with prevention and early recognition as the major goals. It should not be considered a substitute for the patient-physician relationship.


 

 

 
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