Soil-air relationships for toxaphene in the southern United States.

@article{Bidleman2004SoilairRF,
  title={Soil-air relationships for toxaphene in the southern United States.},
  author={Terry F Bidleman and Andi D. Leone},
  journal={Environmental toxicology and chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={23 10},
  pages={2337-42}
}
Volatilization of toxaphene residues from agricultural soil was investigated at farms in the southern United States by collecting air samples 40 cm above the soil. The concentration of total toxaphene ranged over several orders of magnitude, from <3 to 6,500 ng g(-1) dry weight in soil, and <0.3 to 42 ng m(-3) in air. A log-log plot of total toxaphene concentrations in soil and overlying air showed a significant (p < 0.001) positive relationship, with r2 = 0.73. The soil/air fugacity ratio (FR… CONTINUE READING
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