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Pesticide Environmental Fate. Bridging the Gap Between Laboratory and Field Studies

ISBN/ASIN: 9780841237261,9780841219120,0841237263 | 2002 | English | pdf | 234/234 pages | 24.1 Mb
Publisher: American Chemical Society | Author: Warner Phelps, Kim Winton, and William R. Effland (Eds.)

Content: Machine generated contents note: Prefaceix —
1. Integrating Laboratory and Field Environmental Fate —
Studies: An Introduction1 —
K. Winton —
2. GIS Decision Support System to Evaluate U.S. and —
Canada Field Study Areas for Pesticides7 —
William R. Effland, Nelson C. Thurman, Raju Gangaraju, —
Ian Nicholson, and David Kroetsch —
3. Designing Effective Runoff Research Studies: A Review —
of Issues of Scale23 —
Mary Nett and Paul Hendley —
4. An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide Dissipation —
under Diverse Conditions I: Field Study Design43 —
S.A. Cryer, P.N. Coody, and J. White —
5. An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide Dissipation —
under Diverse Conditions II: Field Study Observations57 —
S.A. Cryer, H.E. Dixon-White, C.K. Robb, P.N. Coody, —
and J. White —
6. An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide —
Dissipation under Diverse Conditions III: Site Specific —
Model Validation Using GLEAMS, EPICWQ, and EXAMS73 —
S.A. Cryer —
7. An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide —
Dissipation under Diverse Conditions IV: Scaling —
and Regional Extrapolation89 —
S.A. Cryer and P.L. Havens —
8. Modeling Pesticide Transformations in Soil and Aquatic —
Environments: Development of a Common Approach103 —
John B. Tarr, Jeremy S. Dyson, Peter F. Chapman, —
and Roberta J. Dark —
9. Laboratory, Greenhouse, and Field Lysimeter Studies —
of 14C-Atrazine Volatilization125 —
Jerome B. Weber, David H. Hardy, and Ross B. Leidy —
10. S, S, S-Tributyl Phosphorotrithioate Washoff —
and Dissipation of Foliar Residues143 —
John M. Fisher, R.J. Ripperger, S.M. Kimball, —
and A.M. Bloomberg —
11. Evaluation of Laboratory and Field Extraction Methods: —
Extraction of [Phenyl-U-l4C] Flufenacet from Aged Soils153 —
Christopher K. Lam, Mary K. McKinney, and Val E. Clay —
12. Outdoor Soil Metabolism of [Phenyl-U-14C] Flufenacet —
on California Soils167 —
Annette M. Bloomberg, Barbara A. Shadrick, Ellen L. Arthur, —
and Val E. Clay —
13. Use of 14C-Flupyrsulfuron-methyl in Small Plot Field —
Soil Dissipation Testing to Validate Laboratory Soil —
Degradation Rate Measurements183 —
Suzanne Koch Singles, Aldos C. Barefoot, and David M. Esterly —
14. Changes in Soil Biomass and Microbial Community —
Structure as Affected by Storage Temperature and Duration: —
Effect on the Degradation of Metsulfuron Methyl195 —
Steven L. Trabue, Tara M. Crowe, and Joseph H. Massey —
15. Degradation of Pyrithiobac Sodium in Soil in the —
Laboratory and Field207 —
Suzanne Koch Singles, Robert F. Dietrich, —
and Richard D. McFetridge —
Author Index223 —
Subject Index225.

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