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Atrazine in North American surface waters

a probabilistic aquatic ecological risk assessment

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Published by Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry in Pensacola, FL .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North America.
    • Subjects:
    • Atrazine -- Toxicology -- North America.,
    • Aquatic organisms -- Effect of water pollution on -- North America.,
    • Atrazine -- Environmental aspects -- North America.,
    • Ecological risk assessment -- North America.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. ).

      StatementJeffrey M. Giddings ... [et al.].
      ContributionsGiddings, J. M.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB952.A82 A87 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3425563M
      ISBN 101880611783
      LC Control Number2005049017
      OCLC/WorldCa60589164

      The book is available from UC Press. Literature references beginning with letter: Ecological risk assessment of atrazine in North American surface waters. CIBA Crop Protection, Greensboro, North Carolina. Aubry, K.B. Amphibians in managed, second-growth Douglas-fir forests. Journal of Wildlife Management – Atrazine and two of its metabolites, deethylatrazine (DEA) and deisopropylatrazine (DIA), are frequently detected in surface runoff. Although their health and environmental effects may be similar to that of atrazine and ratios of their concentrations are useful in delineating sources of contamination, there have been few long-term studies of the factors affecting their losses in runoff.

      Effect of Scale on the Behavior of Atrazine in Surface Waters. Atrazine is the second-most commonly used herbicide in the United States after glyphosate, with application of approximately 76,, pounds (34, t) of the active ingredient in The U.S. EPA said in the Interim Reregistration Eligibility Decision, "The total or national economic impact resulting from the loss of atrazine to control grass and broadleaf weeds in corn, sorghum and.

      Herbicide and Nitrate in Surface and Ground Water: Results from the Iowa Management Systems Evaluation Area Abstract Herbicides are transported through subsurface drainage to surface waters from corn-growing areas of the USA and Canada. Herbicide losses are highly variable, ranging between to 10 g/ha. The magnitude of. KENDALL, R.J. l Toxic Substances in the Environment. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa. (A textbook on toxic chemicals written primarily for use as a classroom text for junior and senior high school students and also for continuing education of adults; prepared by the Toxic Substances Education Group, Western Washington University, where I served as Project Director working with.


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Moreno. @article{osti_, title = {A solid phase extraction procedure for determination of triazine herbicides and polar metabolites in natural waters}, author = {Young, M.S.}, abstractNote = {Atrazine and related triazine herbicides are used in great quantities throughout the world for pre-emergence weed control.

In the central United States, for example, millions of kilograms of triazines are. Ron Kendall. Personal Webpage. Email. Professor, A Probabilistic Aquatic Ecological Risk Assessment of Atrazine in North American Surface Waters and Perchlorate Ecotoxicology, New Developments in Biological and Chemical Terrorism Countermeasures Received the President’s Book Award, “Advances in Biological and.

Considering the widespread use of atrazine in Australia, its frequent detection in surface and ground waters, the controversial effects on amphibians and the variations in inter- and intra-species sensitivity, the aim of this study was to compare the sensitivities of selected larval developmental stages to atrazine in both the introduced cane Cited by: 3.

In this study, atrazine has been shown to act as a potent endocrine disruptor in amphibians either alone or in combination with nitrate under stable laboratory conditions, causing altered gonadal development at the sub-lethal concentrations.

A control group and three treatments were tested; atrazine, nitrate, atrazine- nitrate treatments with doses of μg/L, mg/L and their combination Author: Ali Gamal Gadel-Rab, Fatma Abdel-Regal Mahmoud, Rashad El Sayed Said, Samy Abdel-Latif Saber, Boshra.

acute toxicological effects from exposure to atrazine and metolachlor Linda Suzanne Gucciardo Gucciardo, Linda Suzanne, "The use of anuran larvae to determine chronic and acute toxicological effects from exposure to atrazine and metolachlor " ().

native species to agricultural chemicals commonly found in North American surface waters. Atrazine is widely documented as a “powerful chemical castrator today atrazine is the principal contaminant of American surface and ground waters, and that’s when I understood that the decline in North American and European frog populations was due to pesticide contamination that affected their reproduction systems.”.

Adsorption–desorption behavior of atrazine was studied in three soils belonging to different soil geographical zones. Experimental investigations focused on the effect of laccase addition on adsorption and desorption of target chemical when present in solution.

Addition of laccase resulted in a dramatic increase in adsorption of the southindiatrails.com: Natalia A. Kulikova, Valentina N. Davidchik, Elena V. Stepanova, Olga V. Koroleva. The University of Guelph’s SES distinguishes itself from other environmental science programs in that it comprises a true integration of the life and physical sciences to address important environmental problems in forest, aquatic and agro-ecosystems.

In addition to our unique research capabilities, the SES is committed to providing a learner-centered environmental science education to. Atrazine concentrations of 20 μg·L −1 have been commonly detected in surface water runoff, while concentrations as high as μg·L −1 have been reported [5–7].

Due to the low persistence of atrazine herbicide, repeated applications are practiced for the control of weeds in agricultural fields, and as a result, large quantities of the Cited by: 1. Introduction. Newly discovered ecotoxicological problems (e.g. endocrine disrupting effects) related to pesticide residues, as well as the tightening of legal regulations regarding pesticide residues in drinking water (in conjunction with Hungary joining the European Union,), require analytical methods of increased sensitivity for monitoring pesticide residue southindiatrails.com by:.

Typha latifolia Linneaus (common cattail) represents a plant species commonly found in wetlands, as well as roadside and agricultural drainage ditches. Its reported distribution in North America ranges from central Alaska, throughout the continental United States, into Mexico [I].Cited by: Aug 02,  · Abstract.

Vernal pools are sensitive environments that provide critical habitat for many species, including amphibians.

These small water bodies are not always protected by pesticide label requirements for no-spray buffer zones, and the occurrence of pesticides in them is poorly southindiatrails.com by: Lauded as the “DDT for weeds” when it was put on the market intoday atrazine is the principal contaminant of American surface and ground waters, much like in the majority of European countries (with France in the lead), despite the ban.