Occurrence of glyphosate in surface waters of Southern Ontario.

@article{Struger2008OccurrenceOG,
  title={Occurrence of glyphosate in surface waters of Southern Ontario.},
  author={John Struger and Dean G Thompson and Bozena Staznik and Pamela Martin and Tana V. McDaniel and Chris Marvin},
  journal={Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology},
  year={2008},
  volume={80 4},
  pages={
          378-84
        }
}
Glyphosate in surface waters of southern Ontario (Canada) was studied over a 2-year period. A small percentage of samples exhibited glyphosate concentrations greater than the analytical limit of quantitation (17 microg a.e./L), and the maximum concentration of glyphosate measured was 40.8 microg/L. No samples of roughly 500 analyzed exceeded the Canadian Water Quality Guideline of 65 microg a.e./L considered protective of aquatic life. Typical concentrations of glyphosate in amphibian habitats… CONTINUE READING