Environmental antimicrobial contamination from terraccumulation and diffuse pollution pathways.

@article{Rooklidge2004EnvironmentalAC,
  title={Environmental antimicrobial contamination from terraccumulation and diffuse pollution pathways.},
  author={Stephen J Rooklidge},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2004},
  volume={325 1-3},
  pages={1-13}
}
The fate of antimicrobial pharmaceuticals entering the aquatic environment has become an increasing concern for researchers and regulators in the past decade, and recent research has focused on antimicrobial contamination from point sources, such as wastewater treatment facility outfalls. Terraccumulation is the concentration of pollutants in soils from land application of contaminated biosolids generated by agricultural practices and water and wastewater facilities. The terraccumulation of… CONTINUE READING

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