Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991

D. M. Linn, T. H. Carski, Mark L Brusseau, F. H. Chang

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Abstract

The 14 individually authored contributions bring together current thinking on: coupling biodegradation of organic chemicals to sorption and transport in soils and aquifers; degradation of atrazine and metolachlor in subsoils from an Atlantic Coastal Plain watershed; biodegradation of atrazine and alachlor in subsurface sediments; diazinon degradation and dissipation in the root zone; effect of soil depth on carbofuran and aldicarb degradation; effect of sorption-desorption and diffusion processes on the kinetics of biodegradation of organic chemicals; miscible dispacement and theoretical techniques for simultaneous study of pesticide sorption and degradation during transport; effect of sorption on the degradation of aromatic acids and bases; reductive dechlorination of hexachlorobenzene in wetland soils; bioavailability and bioactivity of sorbed organic chemicals; influence of contaminant ageing and soil organic carbon content on the bioavailability of sorbed napthalene to bacteria; utility of sorption and degradation parameters from the literature for site-specific pesticide impact assessments; integradation between physiochemical processes and microbial ecology in the enhanced biodegradation of soil pesticides; and enhanced biodegradation of the nematicide fenamiphos. -J.W.Cooper

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationSorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991
PublisherSoil Science Society of America Inc., Madison, WI; Special Publication, 32
ISBN (Print)0891188037, 9780891188032
StatePublished - Jan 1 1993
Externally publishedYes

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sorption
pesticide
biodegradation
degradation
soil
atrazine
bioavailability
nematicide
alachlor
metolachlor
carbofuran
diazinon
bioactivity
microbial ecology
hexachlorobenzene
dechlorination
subsoil
soil depth
coastal plain
rhizosphere

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  • Environmental Science(all)
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)

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Linn, D. M., Carski, T. H., Brusseau, M. L., & Chang, F. H. (1993). Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. In Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991 Soil Science Society of America Inc., Madison, WI; Special Publication, 32.

Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. / Linn, D. M.; Carski, T. H.; Brusseau, Mark L; Chang, F. H.

Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. Soil Science Society of America Inc., Madison, WI; Special Publication, 32, 1993.

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Linn, DM, Carski, TH, Brusseau, ML & Chang, FH 1993, Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. in Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. Soil Science Society of America Inc., Madison, WI; Special Publication, 32.
Linn DM, Carski TH, Brusseau ML, Chang FH. Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. In Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. Soil Science Society of America Inc., Madison, WI; Special Publication, 32. 1993
Linn, D. M. ; Carski, T. H. ; Brusseau, Mark L ; Chang, F. H. / Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. Sorption and degradation of pesticides and organic chemicals in soil. Proceedings of a symposium, Denver, October 1991. Soil Science Society of America Inc., Madison, WI; Special Publication, 32, 1993.
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