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Sorption and degradation of wastewater-associated non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and antibiotics in soils.
Comparative uptake and translocation of pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPCPs) by common vegetables.
Efficacy of constructed wetlands in pesticide removal from tailwaters in the Central Valley, California.
- R. Budd, A. O'Geen, K. Goh, S. Bondarenko, J. Gan
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental science & technology
- 17 March 2009
Results from this study show that flow-through CWs, when properly designed, are an effective practice for mitigating hydrophobic pesticides in the irrigation tailwater.
Distribution and persistence of pyrethroids in runoff sediments.
- J. Gan, S. J. Lee, W. Liu, D. Haver, J. Kabashima
- Environmental ScienceJournal of environmental quality
- 20 April 2005
Pesticide enrichment along the runoff path coincided with enrichment of organic carbon and clay fractions in the sediment, as well as increases in adsorption coefficient K(d), suggesting that the runoff flow caused selective transport of organic matter and chemical-rich fine particles.
Methods to assess bioavailability of hydrophobic organic contaminants: Principles, operations, and limitations.
Plant uptake of pharmaceutical and personal care products from recycled water and biosolids: a review.
Sorption of the herbicide terbuthylazine in two New Zealand forest soils amended with biosolids and biochars
Background, aim, and scopeTerbuthylazine is one of the most commonly used herbicides for vegetation management in forest plantations in New Zealand. Knowledge about the sorption of terbuthylazine on…
Treated wastewater irrigation: uptake of pharmaceutical and personal care products by common vegetables under field conditions.
- Xiaoqin Wu, J. Conkle, F. Ernst, J. Gan
- Environmental Science, MedicineEnvironmental science & technology
- 25 September 2014
Results from the present study showed that the accumulation of PPCPs in vegetables irrigated with treated wastewater was likely limited under field conditions, and annual exposure from the consumption of mature vegetables irrigation with fortified water was estimated to be only 3.69 μg per capita.
Effect of Pinus radiata derived biochars on soil sorption and desorption of phenanthrene.