Monitoring the aquatic toxicity of mosquito vector control spray pesticides to freshwater receiving waters.

@article{Phillips2014MonitoringTA,
  title={Monitoring the aquatic toxicity of mosquito vector control spray pesticides to freshwater receiving waters.},
  author={Bryn Phillips and Brian S. Anderson and Jennifer P Voorhees and Katie Siegler and Debra L. Denton and Patti L Tenbrook and Karen E Larsen and Philip Isorena and Ronald S. Tjeerdema},
  journal={Integrated environmental assessment and management},
  year={2014},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={
          449-55
        }
}
  • Bryn Phillips, Brian S. Anderson, +6 authors Ronald S. Tjeerdema
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    Integrated environmental…
    2014
  • Medicine, Engineering
  • Pesticides are applied to state and local waterways in California to control insects such as mosquitoes, which are known to serve as a vector for West Nile Virus infection of humans. The California State Water Resources Control Board adopted a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System General Permit to address the discharge to waters of the United States of pesticides resulting from adult and larval mosquito control. Because pesticides used in spray activities have the potential to cause… CONTINUE READING

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