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Simulation of Organic Chemical Movement in Hawaii Soils with PRZM: 2. Predicting Deep Penetration of DBCP, EDB, and TCP

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Title:Simulation of Organic Chemical Movement in Hawaii Soils with PRZM: 2. Predicting Deep Penetration of DBCP, EDB, and TCP
Authors:Loague, Keith
Giambelluca, Thomas W.
Green, Richard E.
Liu, Clark C.K.
Liang, Tony C.
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Date Issued:Oct 1989
Publisher:University of Hawaii Press
Citation:Loague KM, Giambelluca TW, Green RE, Liu CCK, Liang TC, Oki DS. 1989. Simulation of organic chemical movement in Hawaii soils with PRZM: 2. predicting deep penetration of DBCP, EDB, and TCP. Pac Sci 43(4): 362-383.
Abstract:PRZM was employed to simulate deep leaching of three fumigant
chemicals beneath a central Oahu pineapple field. Our results suggest that PRZM,
although not deployed here within the range of conditions for which the model
was developed, can be a useful tool for making pesticide leaching assessments in
Hawaii.
URI/DOI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/1233
ISSN:0030-8870
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 43, Number 4, 1989


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