Spatial distribution and temporal variability of arsenic in irrigated rice fields in Bangladesh. 2. Paddy soil.

@article{Dittmar2007SpatialDA,
  title={Spatial distribution and temporal variability of arsenic in irrigated rice fields in Bangladesh. 2. Paddy soil.},
  author={Jessica Dittmar and Andreas Voegelin and Linda C. Roberts and Stephan J Hug and Ganesh Chandra Saha and Mohamed Ashraf Ali and A. Borhan M. Badruzzaman and Ruben Kretzschmar},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2007},
  volume={41 17},
  pages={
          5967-72
        }
}
Arsenic-rich groundwater from shallow tube wells is widely used for the irrigation of boro rice in Bangladesh and West Bengal. In the long term this may lead to the accumulation of As in paddy soils and potentially have adverse effects on rice yield and quality. In the companion article in this issue, we have shown that As input into paddy fields with irrigation water is laterally heterogeneous. To assess the potential for As accumulation in soil, we investigated the lateral and vertical… CONTINUE READING

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