Adsorption of Pesticides by Clay Minerals
The rate and equilibrium of adsorptions of DDT, dieldrin, and heptachlor by illite, kaolinite, and montmorillonite from aqueous pesticidal solutions are evaluated using the batch technique...

Contamination of Oysters by Pesticides
The oyster concerned was the American or Eastern oyster, specifically Crassostrea virginica; the study area was near Barataria Bay and approximately forty miles south of New Orleans. The...

Dieldrin in Runoff from Treated Watersheds

Stable Alkanol Dispersion to Reduce Evaporation
Highly stable sol- or gel-type dispersions of long-chain alkanols in water have been prepared and shown to be more effective than powdered alkanol in reducing evaporation from water surfaces....

Distribution of Pesticides in California
A study of pesticide concentrations in waters, sediments and aquatic organisms provided information on chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticides and thiophosphate pesticides. Results indicate...

Lost River System - A Water Quality Management Study
Substantial kills of wild fowl on northern California refuges directed attention to use of agricultural pesticides and the influence on water quality of recycling irrigation waters in...

Physiological Aspects of Water Quality: Third-Second Progress Report, Committee on Sanitary Engineering Division
Thirty-second Progress Report of Committee on Sanitary Engineering Research dealing with effects of minerals, trace elements, insecticides, and organic substances in potable water....

 

 

 

 

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