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Pesticide Environmental Fate : Bridging the Gap Between Laboratory and Field Studies - Warner Phelps

Pesticide Environmental Fate

Bridging the Gap Between Laboratory and Field Studies

By: Warner Phelps (Editor), Kim Winton (Editor), William R. Effland (Editor)

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Published: 11th April 2002
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This book examines types of bridging studies currently being performed to help facilitate the transition from laboratory studies to field studies in support of pesticide registration. It includes discussions of modeling, variation in field sample profiles, bound vs. available residues, bare ground studies vs. cropped studies, the role of macropores in the field, pipe studies, hop plot studies, the tracking of material balance, and data interpretation.

Prefacep. ix
Integrating Laboratory and Field Environmental Fate Studies: An Introductionp. 1
GIS Decision Support System to Evaluate U.S. and Canada Field Study Areas for Pesticidesp. 7
Designing Effective Runoff Research Studies: A Review of Issues of Scalep. 23
An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide Dissipation under Diverse Conditions I: Field Study Designp. 43
An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide Dissipation under Diverse Conditions II: Field Study Observationsp. 57
An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide Dissipation under Diverse Conditions III: Site Specific Model Validation Using GLEAMS, EPICWQ, and EXAMSp. 73
An Integrated Approach for Quantifying Pesticide Dissipation under Diverse Conditions IV: Scaling and Regional Extrapolationp. 89
Modeling Pesticide Transformations in Soil and Aquatic Environments: Development of a Common Approachp. 103
Laboratory, Greenhouse, and Field Lysimeter Studies of [superscript 14]C-Atrazine Volatilizationp. 125
S, S, S-Tributyl Phosphorotrithioate Washoff and Dissipation of Foliar Residuesp. 143
Evaluation of Laboratory and Field Extraction Methods: Extraction of [Phenyl-U-[superscript 14]C] Flufenacet from Aged Soilsp. 153
Outdoor Soil Metabolism of [Phenyl-U-[superscript 14]C] Flufenacet on California Soilsp. 167
Use of [superscript 14]C-Flupyrsulfuron-methyl in Small Plot Field Soil Dissipation Testing to Validate Laboratory Soil Degradation Rate Measurementsp. 183
Changes in Soil Biomass and Microbial Community Structure as Affected by Storage Temperature and Duration: Effect on the Degradation of Metsulfuron Methylp. 195
Degradation of Pyrithiobac Sodium in Soil in the Laboratory and Fieldp. 207
Author Indexp. 223
Subject Indexp. 225
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ISBN: 9780841237261
ISBN-10: 0841237263
Series: ACS Symposium Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 248
Published: 11th April 2002
Publisher: Oxford University Press Inc
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 15.5  x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.45