Applying a statewide geospatial leaching tool for assessing soil vulnerability ratings for agrochemicals across the contiguous United States.

@article{Ki2015ApplyingAS,
  title={Applying a statewide geospatial leaching tool for assessing soil vulnerability ratings for agrochemicals across the contiguous United States.},
  author={S. Ki and C. Ray and M. Hantush},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2015},
  volume={77},
  pages={
          107-118
        }
}
  • S. Ki, C. Ray, M. Hantush
  • Published 2015
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Water research
  • A large-scale leaching assessment tool not only illustrates soil (or groundwater) vulnerability in unmonitored areas, but also can identify areas of potential concern for agrochemical contamination. This study describes the methodology of how the statewide leaching tool in Hawaii modified recently for use with pesticides and volatile organic compounds can be extended to the national assessment of soil vulnerability ratings. For this study, the tool was updated by extending the soil and recharge… CONTINUE READING

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