Abiotic Factors Influence Surface Water Herbicide Concentrations Following Silvicultural Aerial Application in Oregon's North Coast Range

@article{Caldwell2019AbioticFI,
  title={Abiotic Factors Influence Surface Water Herbicide Concentrations Following Silvicultural Aerial Application in Oregon's North Coast Range},
  author={Lucius K. Caldwell and Lauren A Courter},
  journal={Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management},
  year={2019},
  volume={16},
  pages={114 - 127}
}
  • Lucius K. Caldwell, Lauren A Courter
  • Published in
    Integrated environmental…
    2019
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Non-target impacts of routine aerial silvicultural practices on surface water quality are not well documented. Thus, uncertainty remains regarding herbicide treatment effects on ecological and human health. To investigate factors that influence silvicultural herbicide concentrations in surface water and identify any potential risks, we conducted a two-year study that monitored multiple streams for herbicide residues following aerial application of glyphosate, clopyralid, sulfometuron methyl… CONTINUE READING

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