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Verification of a theoretical model for pesticidal pollution


, : Verification of a theoretical model for pesticidal pollution. Science of the Total Environment 35(1): 13-22

Lin, Sahi and Eyring's model for the accumulation of pesticide residues in soil, which may relate to pollution by pesticides, has been further developed to estimate maximum pesticide residues in soil and vegetation as a function of time for different orders of pesticide decomposition reactions. The developed model was also verified from some experimental data available in the literature on solbar, carbofuron, phorate, picloram, linuron and 2,4,5-T pesticides for 1st or 2nd order reactions using correlation methods. From this model, the eventual persistence of pesticide residues in soil and vegetation was predicted.

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DOI: 10.1016/0048-9697(84)90364-4

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