Evaluation of Pesticides in Ground Water by Willa Y. Garner, Richard C. Honeycutt, and Herbert N. Nigg

By Willa Y. Garner, Richard C. Honeycutt, and Herbert N. Nigg (Eds.)

content material: strategies and elements affecting delivery of insecticides to flooring water / H.H. Cheng and W.C. Koskinen --
Soil features affecting pesticide move into floor water / Charles S. Helling and Timothy J. Gish --
identifying uncertainty in actual parameter measurements through Monte Carlo simulation / David W. Coy, Gregory A. Kew, Michael E. Mullins, and Phillip V. Piserchia --
Quantifying pesticide adsorption and degradation in the course of delivery via soil to floor water / W.Z. Zhong, A.T. Lemley, and R.J. Wagenet --
Geohydrology of a box web site : learn of pesticide migration within the unsaturated and saturated zones of Dougherty simple, southwest Georgia / Sandra C. Cooper --
Spatial variability of pesticide sorption and degradation parameters / P.S.C. Rao, K.S.V. Edvardsson, L.T. Ou, R.E. Jessup, P. Nkedi-Kizza, and A.G. Hornsby --
purposes of floor geophysical easy methods to floor water pollutants investigations / Nicholas De Rose --
DRASTIC, a method to judge the toxins power of hydrogeologic settings via insecticides / Linda Aller, Truman Bennett, Jay H. Lehr, and Rebecca Petty --
Hydrogeologic investigations of pesticide spills / Ralph E. Moon and Carol D. Henry --
tracking flooring water for insecticides / S.Z. Cohen, C. Eiden, and M.N. Lorber --
box, laboratory, and modeling reports at the degradation and delivery of aldicarb residues in soil and floor water / Russell L. Jones --
destiny of aldicarb in Wisconsin floor water / John M. Harkin, Frank A. Jones, Riyadh N. Fathulla, E. Kudjo Dzantor, and David G. Kroll --
Complexity of contaminant dispersal in a karst geological approach / David A. Kurtz and Richard R. Parizek --
1,2-dibromoethane (EDB) in soil profiles / D.W. Duncan and R.J. Oshima --
Chemical and microbial degradation of 1,2-dibromoethane (EDB) in Florida floor water, soil, and sludge / R.A. Weintraub, G.W. Jex, and H.A. Moye --
circulation of chosen insecticides and herbicides via columns of sandy loam / Viorica Lopez-Avila, Pat Hirata, Susan Kraska, Michael Flanagan, John H. Taylor, Jr., Stephen C. Hern, Sue Melancon, and Jim Pollard --
rules of modeling pesticide flow within the unsaturated quarter / R.J. Wagenet --
a style for the review of floor water infection power utilizing a pesticide root sector version (PRZM) for the unsaturated quarter / M.N. Lorber and Carolyn ok. Offutt --
Modeling pesticide flow within the unsaturated area of Hawaiian soils less than agricultural use / R.E. eco-friendly, C.C.K. Liu, and N. Tamrakar --
review of pesticide delivery screening types below box stipulations / William A. Jury, Hesham Elabd, L. Denise Clendening, and Margaret Resketo --
box validation of floor water types / Mary P. Anderson --
Reproductive and developmental toxicity danger review / Jerry M. Smith --
The toxicological and epidemiological results of pesticide infection in California floor water / Peter E. Berteau and David P. Spath --
defense assessment of insecticides in floor water / D.D. Sumner and J.T. Stevens --
chance overview techniques for floor water infection by means of insecticides and different natural ingredients / J.F. Stara, J. Patterson, and M.L. Dourson --
threat, uncertainty, and the criminal technique / Sheila Jasanoff --
standpoint on pesticide and flooring water laws / Loy C. Newby and Charles G. Rock --
floor water laws : influence, public recognition, and enforcement / Orlo R. Ehart, Gordon Chesters, and Kari J. Sherman --
floor water infection by way of poisonous components : a California review / David B. Cohen --
floor water infection difficulties : case experiences / Nancy ok. Kim, Anthony J. gray, Ronald Tramontano, Charles Hudson, and Geoffrey Laccetti --
The rising position of pesticide legislation in Florida because of flooring water infection / Howard L. Rhodes --
contemplating pesticide power for achieving flooring water within the registration of insecticides / Samuel M. Creeger.

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