Linking ground-water age and chemistry data along flow paths: implications for trends and transformations of nitrate and pesticides.

@article{Tesoriero2007LinkingGA,
  title={Linking ground-water age and chemistry data along flow paths: implications for trends and transformations of nitrate and pesticides.},
  author={Anthony J Tesoriero and David A. Saad and Karen R. Burow and Elizabeth A. Frick and Larry J. Puckett and Jack E. Barbash},
  journal={Journal of contaminant hydrology},
  year={2007},
  volume={94 1-2},
  pages={139-55}
}
Tracer-based ground-water ages, along with the concentrations of pesticides, nitrogen species, and other redox-active constituents, were used to evaluate the trends and transformations of agricultural chemicals along flow paths in diverse hydrogeologic settings. A range of conditions affecting the transformation of nitrate and pesticides (e.g., thickness of unsaturated zone, redox conditions) was examined at study sites in Georgia, North Carolina, Wisconsin, and California. Deethylatrazine (DEA… CONTINUE READING

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