Long-term relationships among pesticide applications, mobility, and soil erosion in a vineyard watershed.

  title={Long-term relationships among pesticide applications, mobility, and soil erosion in a vineyard watershed.},
  author={Pierre Sabatier and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Poulenard and Bernard Fanget and J. L. Reyss and Anne-Lise Develle and Bruno Wilhelm and Estelle Ployon and C{\'e}cile Pignol and Emmanuel Naffrechoux and Jean-Marcel Dorioz and Bernard Montuelle and Fabien Arnaud},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  volume={111 44},
Agricultural pesticide use has increased worldwide during the last several decades, but the long-term fate, storage, and transfer dynamics of pesticides in a changing environment are poorly understood. Many pesticides have been progressively banned, but in numerous cases, these molecules are stable and may persist in soils, sediments, and ice. Many studies have addressed the question of their possible remobilization as a result of global change. In this article, we present a retro-observation… CONTINUE READING
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