Master of Environmental Studies (MES)
Dr. Krystyna Stave, Dept. of Environmental Studies-Content Advisor
Jim Pollard, Harry Reid Center for Environmental Studies-Content Advisor
Dr. Helen Neill, Dept. of Environmental Studies-Class Advisor
Number of Pages
The Nature Preserve at the Clark County Wetlands Park is a constructed wetland that has the potential to produce new mosquito habitat. This thesis evaluates the potential for the development of a mosquito problem at the newly constructed wetland system by assessing the population dynamics of mosquitoes within the Nature Preserve. Based on data collected from May 2001 through January 2002, I describe fluctuations in mosquito genus and relative abundance during the first summer through winter period of wetland development.
Aedes; Anopheles; Clark County Wetlands Park (CCWP); Culex; Culiseta; Las Vegas Valley; Nevada; Las Vegas wash; Mosquito habitat; Mosquito populations; Psorophora; Retention ponds; Uranotaenia; Vegetation; Water reclamation; Wetlands
Desert Ecology | Entomology | Environmental Sciences
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Newman, April, "Mosquito population dynamics during the establishment phase of a constructed desert wetland" (2002). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 190.
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