A comparison of predicted and measured levels of runoff-related pesticide concentrations in small lowland streams on a landscape level.

@article{Berenzen2005ACO,
  title={A comparison of predicted and measured levels of runoff-related pesticide concentrations in small lowland streams on a landscape level.},
  author={Norbert Berenzen and Annette Lentzen-Godding and Michael Probst and Holger Schulz and Ralf Schulz and Matthias Liess},
  journal={Chemosphere},
  year={2005},
  volume={58 5},
  pages={683-91}
}
Short-term pollution events via runoff are typical of streams in agricultural areas. Existing runoff models that simulate pesticide loss from agricultural fields require extensive input of information. There is thus a need for a simple model that can predict runoff-related pesticide concentrations in many streams on a landscape level when only limited data are available. To validate such a model, the runoff-related pesticide load of 18 small lowland streams was predicted with an extended… CONTINUE READING

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