Pesticides in Surface Water

Monitoring, Modeling, Risk Assessment, and Management

Kean S. Goh (Redaktør) ; Jay Gan (Redaktør) ; Dirk F. Young (Redaktør) ; Yuzhou Luo (Redaktør)

Newly developed pesticides are present in surface waters, but how do we evaluate and understand their effects? Evidence of pesticide contamination of surface waters has spurred interest in aquatic pesticide exposure and its subsequent effects on humans and the environment. Les mer
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Newly developed pesticides are present in surface waters, but how do we evaluate and understand their effects? Evidence of pesticide contamination of surface waters has spurred interest in aquatic pesticide exposure and its subsequent effects on humans and the environment. This book discusses monitoring, aquatic toxicology, risk assessment, modeling, mitigation, and regulatory efforts to minimize contaminants and protect environmental integrity. Researchers and
students at universities, chemists and toxicologists at agrochemical companies and contract laboratories, and consultants involved with resource conservation and environmental risk mitigation will find this work helpful.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Preface

Chapter 1. Surface Water Protection Program for Pesticide Use in California, Kean S. Goh, Yuzhou Luo, and Nan Singhasemanon
Chapter 2. Ecotoxicology Data Requirements and Evaluation in California, Alexander Kolosovich and Richard Bireley
Chapter 3. Chemistry Data Supporting the Registration of New Pesticide Active Ingredients in California: Regulatory Background and Evaluation, Jonathan J. Sullivan
Chapter 4. Pesticide Fate and Occurrence on Urban Hard Surfaces, Zachary Cryder, Jaben Richards, and Jay Gan
Chapter 5. Occurrence and Sources of Pesticides to Urban Wastewater and the Environment, Rebecca Sutton, Yina Xie, Kelly D. Moran, and Jennifer Teerlink
Chapter 6. Pesticide Storage Dissipation in Surface Water Samples, Chang Sook Lee Peoples
Chapter 7. Pesticide Use and Monitoring in Surface Waters of California Rice Production Regions, Scott Wagner, Dan Wang, and KayLynn Newhart
Chapter 8. Pesticide Detections, BenchmarkExceedances, and Temporal Trends in Surface Water of California's Imperial,Salinas, and Santa Maria Valleys, Xin Deng, Scott Wagner, Dan Wang, Yuzhou Luo, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 9. Pesticide Monitoring of Surface Water in the Complex Agronomic and Ecological Landscape of California's Central Coast, Sarah G. Lopez
Chapter 10. Eyes to the Future: Approaches To Assess Pesticide Impact on Surface Waters in a Changing Climate, Simone Hasenbein, Erika B. Holland, and Richard E. Connon
Chapter 11. The Surface Water Database (SURF): A California Database for Surface Water Pesticide Monitoring Data, Xuyang Zhang, Michael Ensminger, Xin Deng, Robert Budd, Yina Xie, Dan Wang, Nan Singhasemanon, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 12. Modeling the Effectiveness of Management Practices for Reducing Pesticide Residues in Surface Water, Xuyang Zhang, Yuzhou Luo, Minghua Zhang, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 13. Improved Modeling Approaches for Pesticide Registration Evaluation for Surface Water Protection in California, Yuzhou Luo, Xin Deng, Yina Xie, Nan Singhasemanon, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 14. Modeling the Mitigating Effects of Conservation Practices for Pyrethroid Uses in Agricultural Areas of California, Yuzhou Luo
Chapter 15. Modeling Pesticide Aquatic Exposures in California for Regulatory Purposes: Model Review and Scenario Assessment, Yina Xie, Yuzhou Luo, Nan Singhasemanon, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 16. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Model for Estimating Pesticides in Surface Water, Dirk F. Young
Chapter 17. Agricultural Chemical Concentrations and Loads in Rivers Draining the Central Valley, California: Before, During, and After an Extended Drought, Joseph Domagalski
Chapter 18. Statistical Considerations for Interpreting Censored and Intermittent Surface Water Monitoring Data, Dan Wang, Nan Singhasemanon, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 19. Quantitative Interpretation ofSurface Water Monitoring Data Using Physical and Statistical Models, Dan Wang, Yuzhou Luo, Nan Singhasemanon, and Kean S. Goh
Chapter 20. Modeling Pesticide Fate and Transport at Watershed Scale Using the Soil & Water Assessment Tool: General Applications and Mitigation Strategies, Ruoyu Wang, Huajin Chen, Yuzhou Luo, Haw Yen, Jeffrey George Arnold, David Bubenheim, Patrick Moran, and Minghua Zhang
Chapter 21. Current and Proposed Prospects of Integrated Pest Management in Reducing Insecticide Use and Movement in the Central Coast of California, Shimat V. Joseph
Chapter 22. Effectiveness of Constructed Water Quality Treatment Systems for Mitigating Pesticide Runoff and Aquatic Organism Toxicity, Marie E. Stillway, Bruce G. Hammock, and Swee J. Teh
Chapter 23. Ant Control and Insecticide Runoffaround Urban Houses, Les Greenberg and Michael K. Rust
Chapter 24. Isolation of Microbial Populations with the Ability To Use Pesticides as a Sole Carbon Source in Multichannel Woodchip Bioreactors under a Controlled Environment, Zane Mortensen, Jennifer Kato, John Silveus, Alyza Valdez, Sylveen Hall, Kirstyn Nimmers, and Arlene L. Maki Haffa
Chapter 25. Antifouling Paint Biocide Monitoring and Modeling To Support Mitigation, Aniela Burant, Xuyang Zhang, and Nan Singhasemanon
Chapter 26. Best Management Practices for Mitigating Pesticides in Runoff from Vegetable Systems in California, Michael D. Cahn and Bryn Phillips

Editors' Biographies

Indexes
Author Index
Subject Index

Om forfatteren

Kean S. Goh recently served as the Environmental Program Manager for the Surface Water Protection Program at the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. He has a doctorate from the University of California, Davis in Entomology and with emphasis in Environmental Toxicology. He directed the statewide program to protect the aquatic environment from pesticide contamination. He has over 35 years of US and international experience in pesticide
research, assessment, and mitigation of the impacts of pesticides on human and the environment, including teaching, extension and research with Cornell University and research and development with DuPont Agricultural Chemicals. He has contributed to over 50 journal articles, book chapters, and co-edited a book in
pesticide fate, risk assessment and analytical method for pesticides.


Jay Gan is a professor in the Department of Environmental Science at University of California, Riverside, and has over 30 years of research experience on

environmental fate, transport, risk assessment and pollution mitigation of organic contaminants including pesticides. He served as the Department Chair at UC Riverside in 2007-2010, and the Division Chair of Agrochemicals of American Chemical Society. He is an elected fellow of AAAS, ASA, SSSA and AGRO Division of ACS. To date he has authored over 270 journal articles and 4 edited books. His publications have been widely cited, with a cumulative citation number of over 11,000 and an H-index of
59 (as of June 2018) according to Google Scholar. His research interests include development of novel sampling and analytical methods, phase partition of contaminants, abiotic and biotic transformations, aquatic toxicology, plant accumulation, bioremediation, and risk assessment and mitigation of
man-made chemicals.


Dirk F. Young is a senior engineer in the Office of Pesticide Programs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and has over 20 years of experience in pesticide fate and transport,

risk assessment, and model development. He coordinates model development in the Office of Pesticides and is the lead developer of EPA's main models for estimating pesticide concentration in surface waters, ground water, and rice environments. He also is a frequent consultant for model development in other U.S. and international regulatory agencies. He has a doctorate in Environmental Engineering from Johns Hopkins University where he specialized in contaminant transport.


Yuzhou Luo is a research scientist with the Surface Water Protection Program, California Department of Pesticide Regulation. He has a doctorate in Environmental Engineering from the University of Connecticut. His areas of technical expertise include ecological risk assessment, simulation of pesticide fate and transport, and spatial data analysis. He has 20 years of experiences on model development and applications for surface water protection. He contributed over 40 journal
papers, and edited a book on risk assessment

approaches.