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Main Title Effect of Pesticide Residues and Other Organo-Toxicants on the Quality of Surface and Ground Water Resources.
Author Ahlrich, J. L. ; Chandle, L. ; Monk, E. J. ; Reusze, H. W. ;
CORP Author Purdue Univ., Lafayette, Ind. Water Resources Research Center.
Year Published 1970
Report Number TR-10; DI-14-31-0001-3014; OWRR-A-005-IND; 11867,; A-005-IND(16)
Stock Number PB-211 080
Additional Subjects ( Water pollution ; Insecticides) ; ( Ecology ; Insecticides) ; ( Limnology ; Insecticides) ; Ground water ; Surface waters ; Rivers ; Water quality ; Soil chemistry ; Biodeterioration ; Indicator species ; Surface water runoff ; Carbamates ; Phosphorus organic acid esters ; Adsorption ; Soil microbiology ; Bacteria ; Aquatic microbiology ; Sediments ; Insects ; Dieldrin ; Phorate ; Carbaryl ; Phosphorodithioates ; Water pollution effects(Animals) ; Collembola ; Odonta
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NTIS  PB-211 080 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
An interdisciplinary study was made on the terrestrial and aquatic effects of two organo-toxicants, Phorate and Carbaryl, as applied on experimental watersheds in Southern Indiana. Studied were the physio-chemcial properties of the soil constituents on the sorption reactions of the toxic substances; bacterial degradation of the pesticides in the reservoirs, terrestrial and aquatic indicator organisms which denoted the presence or effect of the substances, and feasible methods for removal of the substance once entered into the water system. The amount of pesticide lost from an application site into the water system was dependent on the occurrence of runoff-producing storms shortly after application. Bacteria were found which could break the ring structure of the carbaryl; however, data concerning the role of microorganisms in the elimination of organo-toxicants from surface water were variable.