Modeling approaches for pesticide exposure assessment in rice paddies

Luo, Yuzhou, Williams, W. Martin, Young, Dirk F., Watanabe, Hirozumi, Boulange, Julien, Ritter, Amy M. and Thai Khanh Phong (2011). Modeling approaches for pesticide exposure assessment in rice paddies. In Kean S. Goh, Brian L. Bret, Thomas L. Potter and Jay Gan (Ed.), Pesticide mitigation strategies for surface water quality (pp. 203-226) Washington, DC, United States: American Chemical Society. doi:10.1021/bk-2011-1075.ch014

Author Luo, Yuzhou
Williams, W. Martin
Young, Dirk F.
Watanabe, Hirozumi
Boulange, Julien
Ritter, Amy M.
Thai Khanh Phong
Title of chapter Modeling approaches for pesticide exposure assessment in rice paddies
Title of book Pesticide mitigation strategies for surface water quality
Place of Publication Washington, DC, United States
Publisher American Chemical Society
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.1021/bk-2011-1075.ch014
Series ACS Symposium Series
ISBN 9780841226562
ISSN 0097-6156
Editor Kean S. Goh
Brian L. Bret
Thomas L. Potter
Jay Gan
Volume number 1075
Chapter number 14
Start page 203
End page 226
Total pages 24
Total chapters 21
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Pesticide use in paddy rice production may contribute to adverse ecological effects in surface waters. Risk assessments conducted for regulatory purposes depend on the use of simulation models to determine predicted environment concentrations (PEC) of pesticides. Often tiered approaches are used, in which assessments at lower tiers are based on relatively simple models with conservative scenarios, while those at higher tiers have more realistic representations of physical and biochemical processes. This chapter reviews models commonly used for predicting the environmental fate of pesticides in rice paddies. Theoretical considerations, unique features, and applications are discussed. This review is expected to provide information to guide model selection for pesticide registration, regulation, and mitigation in rice production areas.
Keyword IV fugacity model
Management practice
Vadoft model
Surface soil
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status UQ

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