mosquitoes, flooding, west nile virus, south dakota department of health (sddoh)
Heavy rainfall and standing water have created concern about the rapid growth of mosquitoes and the increased risk for contracting West Nile virus (WNV). The South Dakota Department of Health (SDDOH), the South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDOA) and South Dakota State University (SDSU) have been working cooperatively for several years to identify the mosquitoes and the times of the year mosquitoes are most likely to transmit West Nile virus.
Extension Service, Cooperative, "Mosquitoes and Flooding: Is Your Risk From West Nile virus Increased?" (2011). SDSU Extension Extra Archives. 411.