Sorption and Degradation of Pesticides and Organic Chemicals in Soil

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  • Author : Daniel M. Linn
  • Publisher : Soil Science Society of Amer
  • Pages : 260 pages
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Sorption and Degradation of Pesticides and Organic Chemicals in Soil

Sorption and Degradation of Pesticides and Organic Chemicals in Soil
  • Author : Daniel M. Linn
  • Publisher : Soil Science Society of Amer
  • Release : 24 June 1993
GET THIS BOOK Sorption and Degradation of Pesticides and Organic Chemicals in Soil

Reports the current thinking on the role that adsorption may play in the rate and extent of an organic compound's degradation in the soil. Among the topics of the 14 papers are diazinon degradation and dissipation in the root zone, the reductive dechlorination of hexachlorobenzene in wetland soils, and the utility of sorption and degradation parameters from the literature for site-specific pesticide impact assessments. Proceedings from an October 1991 symposium in Denver. No index. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Non First Order Degradation and Time Dependent Sorption of Organic Chemicals in Soil

Non First Order Degradation and Time Dependent Sorption of Organic Chemicals in Soil
  • Author : Wenlin Chen
  • Publisher : Amer Chemical Society
  • Release : 24 February 2015
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Pesticides are essential tools for crop protection and disease prevention. These agricultural chemicals (and their associated uses) continue to be subject to increased regulatory scrutiny, even though modern pesticides have become safer, more effective, and target specific. Pesticide persistence, off-target movement to ground and surface water systems, and potential for impacting non-target organisms are the major focus for regulatory assessments. Sorption and degradation are among the dominant processes that determine the fate and ecological risk of pesticides in the environment.

Reactions and Movement of Organic Chemicals in Soils

Reactions and Movement of Organic Chemicals in Soils
  • Author : B. L. Sawhney,Kirk W. Brown,K. Brown,Soil Science Society of America,American Society of Agronomy
  • Publisher : Soil Science Society of Amer
  • Release : 24 June 1989
GET THIS BOOK Reactions and Movement of Organic Chemicals in Soils

Theoretical considerations of the partition uptake of nonionic organic compounds by soil organic matter. The sorption of nonpolar organics by soils and sediments. Sorption dynamics of organic compounds in soils and sediments. Adsorption and reactions of selected organic molecules on clay mineral surfaces. Effect of sunlight on organic contaminants at the atmosphere-soil interface. Dehalogenation of pesticides by anaerobic microorganisms in soils and groundwater: a review. Volatilization of pesticides from soil. Chlorophenols in soils. Hydrolytic transformations of organic chemicals in the

Toxic Chemicals in the Soil Environment Volume 2 Interactions of Some Toxic Chemicals Chemical Warfare Agents and Soils

Toxic Chemicals in the Soil Environment  Volume 2  Interactions of Some Toxic Chemicals Chemical Warfare Agents and Soils
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 24 June 1985
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This report contains an extensive review on the nature of soil- pesticide interactions. Included are discussions on (1) the unique properties of the sorbing soil surfaces, (2) exchangeable cations on clay surfaces, (3) hydration status of soils, (4) properties of pesticides, (5) organic matter content of soils, (6) photolysis of organophosphorus pesticides, and (7) microbial degradation of organophosphorus pesticides. From the above information, the potential interactions of chemical warfare agents and soils were evaluated and discussed. This report also contains an evaluation and discussion of available models

Fate and Transport of Organic Chemicals in the Environment

Fate and Transport of Organic Chemicals in the Environment
  • Author : Ronald E. Ney
  • Publisher : Government Inst
  • Release : 24 June 1998
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Fate and Transport provides the equations and background information you need to predict the fate and transport of chemicals in air, water, soil, flora, and fauna, and to prevent your exposure to toxic chemicals. Featuring 22 new mathematical calculations for predicting the fate and transport of 100 non-pesticide organic compounds, this Third Edition provides you with easy-to-read explanations of how chemicals travel through the environmental compartments, how they break down, and how key physical and chemical properties of chemicals (including water solubility,

Soil Water Solute Process Characterization

Soil Water Solute Process Characterization
  • Author : Javier Alvarez-Benedi,Rafael Munoz-Carpena
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 28 December 2004
GET THIS BOOK Soil Water Solute Process Characterization

The practitioner or researcher often faces complex alternatives when selecting a method to characterize properties governing a soil process. After years of research and development, environmental and agricultural professionals now have an array of methods for characterizing soil processes. Well-established methods, however, may not be suitable for

Pesticidal Pollution of Environment and Control

Pesticidal Pollution of Environment and Control
  • Author : K. V. Paliwal
  • Publisher : M.D. Publications Pvt. Ltd.
  • Release : 24 June 1994
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In this annotated bibliography, an attempt has been made to summarise the international research experience up to date covering various aspects of environmental degradation, by pesticides and organic chemicals and its control. Broadly, it enlists adsorption-desorption behaviour of soils; microbial activity, degradation and bio-remedition; soil, water and atmospheric pollution; agricultural activity; crop rotation; climate run off and water pollution; disease, pest control and plant protection measures.