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Pesticide run-off study at ADAS Rosemaund: report of years 2 to 4 - Autumn 1989 to Spring 1991

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Topics: Agriculture and Soil Science, Hydrology
Publisher: Institute of Hydrology
Year: 1991
OAI identifier: oai:nora.nerc.ac.uk:14362

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  1. (1989). 0: I roturcn lindane iment Field drain at id ref: SO 5672 4842 Site 3 Date Time Rainfall Drain Isoprotural Lindane (mm) flcwrate concentraticn concentration (1/sec) in drain in drain water water (pg/1) (pg/l)
  2. (1989). 90: turon 1 Unent Field 'n a id ref: SO 5672 4842 ite 3 Date Time Rainfall Drain Isoproturon Lindane (mm) flowrate concentration concentration (1/sec)
  3. (1985). A
  4. (1988). A report on phage tracing exi_riments at Rosenaund Farm,
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  7. (1990). and February very wet and mild; March warm and very dry; April average; May warm and dry; cool and dry June; July and AugNst very hot and dry; dry September; October average; dry November and cold
  8. (1991). and modelling of pesticide residues at Rosemaund Farm. Brighton Crop Protection Conference Proceedings,
  9. (1992). Ca no rr os o u m o r 0 1 t i on SI m a a n o a a vs a a a as a Sa a a aa APPENDIX IX THE SOIL HYDROILGY
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  11. Caparison of spiked concentration of dinethcate with the mean, standard deviation and range of neasurements corrected for the blank Spiked conc. Measured values (pg/l) (pg/l) Mean n-1
  12. (1985). Chlorophencxy acidic herbicides, trichlorbenzoic acid, chlorephenols, triazines and glypbosate in water; In: Methods for the examination of waters and associated materials, HMSO,
  13. Date Time Rain Flow Atrazine Simazine IsoproturonDinettoate (mm) (1/s) (pg/l) (Mg/1) (pg/i) (pg/l)
  14. Dept of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, II Conservation Branch Report no. 31, National Technical Informaticn Service,
  15. (1991). Develccment and validation of a modified fugacity model of pesticide leaching from farmland.
  16. (1988). Dispersal of pesticides from non-point sources. MAFF Aquatic Environment Protecticn 2, Confidential report,
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  18. (1989). Fig 6.11) Lindane levels in stream following rainfall event of 13
  19. (1979). Finding fugacity feasible.
  20. (1991). Flow Atrazine SimazineIsocroturonDimethoate (mm) (1/s) (P4/1) (pg/1) (pg/l)
  21. (1987). Herbicide levels in rivers draining two prairie agricultural watersheds.
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  23. i afti U)1 a .: I .1 e : 'V:
  24. (1990). I roturon dimethoate iment in Foxbri e and lands Soil water taken b suction leis a) Isoproturan (pg/l) - sprayed 23.11.90
  25. (1990). I turon dimethoate iment Soil water taken ion lers in Foxbri e lands. b) Dimethoate (pg/I)- sprayed 28.11.90 Date Depth Site No.
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  28. (1992). Interim report on the soil water sampling and soil characterisation programme within a small catchment at Rosamund EHF, Herefordshire (1990-91). SSLRC Research Contract 82/3823, undertaken for the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food,
  29. lOIKP F0441 I/147 FIGURE 15. Soil.water content variation, 1989/90, for the soil layer (0 to 80 cm.) and the geological parent material beneath (100 to 180 cm.)
  30. Longterm mean since 1951. 113 1991 Rainfall(mm)Sunshine(hrs)Mean 10 cm NO.of days No.of No.of 0C rain(0.1mm airSoil temp @ 0900 hrs ground frosts or more) frosts GMT
  31. (1991). LTM = Longterm mean since 1951 January wet; February dry with some snow; March wet; April average; May very dry and dull; June wet and dull; July wet; August very dry, September and October drier 11 than average; NOvember average; Deoanber dry and dull.
  32. (1990). Measured and predicted mecoprcp concentrations in the top 1 m of soil in Foxbridge and Longlands following the Spring
  33. (1991). Measurenent and modelling of pesticide residue at Rosamund Farm.
  34. (1991). Measurenent and modelling of pesticide residues at Rosemaund EHF.
  35. (1992). Nitrate, Pesticides and Lead
  36. (1988). Pesticide transport into streams. Poster paper presented at "Since Silent Spring" symposium, Institute of Biology,
  37. (1991). Pesticide transport to streams. Poster exhibit for the Royal Show,
  38. (1989). Rainfall(mm)Sunshine(hrs)Mean 10 cm No.of days No.of No.of Soil temp °C rain(0.1mmground air @ 0900 hrs or more) frosts frosts GMT
  39. (1988). Recent attempts to measure the behaviour and impact of pesticides in aquatic envircnnents.
  40. (1990). Results and Discussicn The results presented here are from a very preliminary application of the model and should be viewed as an attempt at using the model outlined above. The model was run using hourly data from
  41. (1991). Results of MCPA analysis Soil levels of MCPA in Foxbridge and Longlands following Spring
  42. (1991). Rosemaund Farm, soil moisture status (FoXbridge and Longlands). Interim ACAS report on drainage investigation. ADAS FDEU Cambridge.
  43. (1991). Rosemaund Pesticide Run-off Study. Poster exhibit for the Royal Show,
  44. (1988). Rosemaund pesticide study: summary report 88/1. Internal report.
  45. (1988). Roserraund pesticide study: summary report 88/2. Internal report.
  46. (1991). Soil Hydrology at Ramemaund; First Interim Report - A sumary of results for 1989/90; Institute of Hydrology internal report.
  47. (1991). Soil Hydrology at Rosemaund; Second Interim Report - A sannary of results for 1990/91; Institute of Hydrology internal report.
  48. (1989). Statutory Instnnent Nb. 1147, The Water Supply (Water Quality) Regulations,
  49. (1990). stream flow data derived from the flow gauge at SO 5582 4789 - shifted back 1 hour and divided by 10. The flow gauge at SO 5665 4841 had been damaged by flooding 179 SRI 11111(4 6 flgt el 1111 rirdrd§4§ ci -e-E-E-E666 12 RR I 'no1 7M7g7g,o 2,RSP P
  50. (1988). Study of Pesticide run-off at Rosamund EHF
  51. (1990). t A I t.. rrl r r-r`rrerrwri— 3
  52. The 2-dinensional diagram for 27/12/90 showing the same wet zone 2 months after FIG. 3. The top zone now has higher potentials (i.e. is wetter) but below 80 cm. the soil remains dry.
  53. The autosampler failed to trigger,and samples were taken after it was triggered" manually. 184 AUPONATTC MIER SAMPLES Table W11. S ri 1991. I roturon dime te Site 1 stream Date Time Rainfall Flcw rate* Isoproturcn (nn) (1/sec) ocnceTtation (pg/1)
  54. (1987). The Granta catchment pesticide study: piuyLess report,
  55. (1979). The principles of the model have been described by Mackay and oo-workers
  56. (1989). The Soils of Rosamund Experimental Husbandry Farm, 11 Soil Survey and Land Research Centre.
  57. (1991). Time Rain Flow Ispproturon Dimethoate (mm) (1/s) (Pg/I) (pg/l)
  58. (1930). Time RainFlow Isoproturcn Dimethoate Oxydemeton
  59. (1989). to March very dry and mild; cool and wet in April; all summer very hot and dry; September dry; very wet October; November average; December very wet and cold. LTM = Longterm mean since 1951. 112
  60. (1989). Total impact assessment of pollutants in riverbasins: Phase 2. Piuyiess report in DoE contract 7/7/170,
  61. (1987). Total impact of pollutants in river basins;
  62. (1988). Total Umpact assessment of pollutants in riirerbasins:Phase 2. Progress report on DoE contract 7/7/170,
  63. (1992). Translccation of some herbicides between soil and water in a small catchment.Journal of the Institute of Water and EnvironmentalManagement6
  64. (1991). UNGLANDS DRAIN SITE @ GRID REF; S05688 4849 Date Time Rain Flow Isoproturon Dimethoate (pg/l)
  65. vomer col s000ll Ov hoc. tal.ng sersoralimmoomne Sublo.lis wet lot MOO erupes owingmai t' anotally Sall%

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