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"Effect of Sodium Monofluoroacetate ('compound 1080') on the Soil Microflora." Soil Biology and Biochemistry 11: 13-18.
A good example arose in March 2014 when New Zealand officials revealed that ecoterrorists had threatened to contaminate infant formula from New Zealand with a rodenticide known as compound 1080. A test was needed immediately, and AOAC was able to respond with alacrity.
Garcelon (1988) hypothesized that the Bald Eagle population on Santa Catalina Island, California, became extirpated after scavenging on the carcasses of California Ground Squirrels that were poisoned with strychnine and sodium monofluroacetate (compound 1080).